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- Gun giveaways gain popularity among Republican candidates
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- Teen from ‘Jihad Jane’ plot becomes youngest ever to serve time on U.S. terror charges
- Iranian woman forgives son’s killer at the gallows
- Nebraska principal sorry for ‘don’t tattle’ flier
- Illinois readies to spend $100M for Obama museum in Chicago
- John Edwards back in court — this time as a lawyer for Va. boy’s malpractice case
- Covered California reports more than 200K in overtime Obamacare sign-ups
- Thanks, Chuck: Hagel says U.S. sending Ukraine sleeping mats, helmets
By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - David
Alabama gymnastics was a fledgling program with a tiny fan base when Sarah Patterson took over as a 22-year-old in 1978.
Lea Hartman used a black washable marker and a steady hand to write the word "independent" down Jacki Raney's left leg. Both women are professional photographers, but on this day, they were just Army wives.
A former rebel testified Tuesday that an ex-guerilla commander didn't consult with his superiors in giving the order to kill 22 rural villagers the rebels suspected of collaborating with the army during Guatemala's civil war.
People know what to do with the physical things left behind after a loved one dies, but what about the digital legacy of social media sites, email accounts, digital photographs and music? Who controls that? Is there Internet life after death?
Eydie Gorme, a popular nightclub and television singer as a solo act and as a team with her husband, Steve Lawrence, has died. She was 84.
A team of Israeli archaeologists believes it has discovered the ruins of a palace belonging to the biblical King David, but other Israeli experts dispute the claim.
"We've sat in a lot of stadiums for a lot of reasons over the years," his mother Tambra said. "But [Karns' major league debut] was so different. All that work, all that effort — and there's still a long ways to go — but at that point, it didn't matter. It was official."
He's not much known in this country, but across the Atlantic, Dannie Abse is a recognized and highly regarded poet, a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and honored by Queen Elizabeth with the prestigious CBE. This decoration, just below knight in rank, is often an indication that a knighthood awaits down the road. Since Dr. Abse will turn 90 next year, let us hope that Her Majesty does not wait too long before bestowing this title.
The economy may well be the best form of birth control. U.S. births dropped for the third straight year _ especially for young mothers _ and experts think money worries are the reason.
The economy may well be the best form of birth control.
At the remains of an ancient metropolis in southern Israel, archaeologists are piecing together the history of a people remembered chiefly as the bad guys of the Hebrew Bible.
Democratic Rep. David Wu of Oregon announced Tuesday that he will resign amid political fallout from an 18-year-old woman's allegations she had an unwanted sexual encounter with him.
Prime Minister David Cameron dragged his political foes into Britain's phone-hacking scandal Wednesday as he sought to distance himself from a former aide at the heart of the allegations and denied that his staff had tried to thwart police investigations.
When making the case over the weekend for his proposed fiscal 2012 budget, President Obama mentioned a letter he had received from Brenda Breece, a special-education teacher from Missouri. Her husband, David, had to take early retirement when the local Chrysler plant closed, so he's making just half of what he was. Also, school budget cuts left Brenda paying for her students' school supplies out of her own pocket.
Rhythm and Jews converge in "David in Shadow and Light," a world-premiere, chockablock postmodern musical about Old Testament stone-slinger King David by Yehuda Hyman and Daniel Hoffman at Theater J.
He said Solano Barillas also ordered a guerrilla member killed as a suspected army informant.
"When she was 4, she just picked it up. She was so gifted. A natural, the way she could hit a golf ball," he said.