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By returning to Christian roots, the nation can achieve greatness once again
Topic - Hoover
Nothing went right for the Cincinnati Reds in the ninth inning.
Hoover Dam has been showing its age lately, and the problem can't be fixed with fresh concrete or new equipment.
Kelsey Mitchell saved the best for last.
Las Vegas and Phoenix are linked by a road that narrows to two lanes, hits stoplights in a Depression-era town and until recently backed up traffic over the Hoover Dam.
Relatives of a 42-year-old Phoenix woman who jumped to her death from the Hoover Dam bypass bridge are calling for stronger safety measures to deter suicides at the span 30 miles east of Las Vegas.
In a town short these days on good political manners, let alone magnanimity, Washington would do well to recall the remarkable contribution of former President Herbert Hoover to the nation's bipartisan history. The 31st chief executive, a Republican, was the only one to write a biography of another one, Woodrow Wilson -- number 28 and a Democrat. Hoover not only was admiring in his book, but he accomplished the endeavor when he was in his eighties.
Retired Navy Adm. Gary Roughead, chief of naval operations until a year ago, said the coming defense budget sequester will be tantamount to shooting the military in the head.
Thanks to the increasingly evident failure of President Obama's economic policies, Republicans have the opportunity to regain the White House in 2012. Defeating the Democrats is the first step, but will the GOP be able to govern consistently with its campaign pledges? A brief look at 1932 provides a sober warning.
The Southeastern Conference baseball tournament is staying in Hoover for at least five more years.
The unemployment rate fell in two-thirds of the nation's states last month, the latest evidence that the strengthening economy is encouraging many employers to boost hiring.
TV Land is looking at Cedric the Entertainer as a series star, Associated Press reports.
A Hoover executive whose wife and mother are big fans of two ABC soap operas that were canceled last week said he is yanking the vacuum-maker's ads from the network in protest.
The Obama administration is playing with fire when it tries to bully other countries like Mexico and China to satisfy protectionist interest groups in the United States.
Georgia receiver A.J. Green says he has "never" been to Miami and isn't focused on the NCAA investigation of the Bulldogs.
A wooden deck crumpled under a group of Fourth of July partiers in Alabama, killing one person and injuring six others.