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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Jim Miller
Former Republican Sen. John W. Warner, never bashful about defying the Virginia GOP establishment, endorsed his Democratic successor's re-election bid Monday.
Recession? What recession? At top area colleges, applications for admission are actually up, despite continuing economic stagnation at the national level.
It's bad enough that sports journalists around the country are shredding the Washington Nationals for the Shutdown Stephen Strasburg project. Most local media, however, seem to agree with the decision, probably due to our proximity and our inherent interest in the team's long-term planning.
NFL fans want their football. Some believe the owners tried to give it back to them, only to have the players balk.
COFFEYVILLE, Kan. (AP) — The flood engulfing homes to the rooftops carried an extra curse yesterday as a slick of 42,000 gallons of thick crude oil floated downstream with the mud and debris, coating everything it touched with a slimy, smelly layer of goo.
"The highly selective, high-profile institutions are not seeing any adverse change in the number of students applying," he said in an interview Thursday. "When you go down the ladder a peg or two, the economic fallout becomes more important as more families are thinking more critically about the cost."
"People are somewhat shocked the players haven't approved this deal as well," Miller said.