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Topic - James Campbell
Republican Gov. Paul LePage is honoring dozens of Maine lawmakers and staff who served in the military during four conflicts.
Maine Gov. Paul Page and First Lady Ann LePage are honoring Maine National Guard soldiers who recently returned from a nearly year-long deployment in Afghanistan.
For more than two decades, crime writer Patricia Cornwell has famously dramatized the life of a fictional medical examiner in her best-selling books. Now, she has her own personal drama unfolding in federal court.
LSU hit tying home runs in the ninth, 10th and 11th innings, prolonging a wild NCAA tournament game Friday with upstart Stony Brook long enough for a downpour to postpone it until Saturday morning tied at 4.
High gasoline prices that are expected to continue rising will force motorists to shell out more at the pump and may have many people reconsidering summer travel plans to save money.
It's Walter Mondale and Friends to the rescue in Minnesota, where the state's political elders have staged a third-party intervention.
Just as Hollywood has been inundated with movies about American military engagement in recent years, the game market has been crowded with war-themed shooters. But in sharp contrast to films like "Lions for Lambs," "Syriana," and "Redacted," military shooters have often been astoundingly successful.
Three days a week, Yale sophomore James Campbell rises at 5 a.m. for ROTC drills on a college campus that isn't his own. He would gladly do push-ups and run circles on Yale's campus.
"Where did the money go? Ms. Cornwell and Dr. Gruber spent the money," Campbell said. "You have to consider the large lifestyles involved, the spending habits, impulsive buying."
Mr. Campbell said he filled up two trucks for $3.85 per gallon in Maryland — $90 for one truck and $60 to top off another.