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- Tea partiers turn on Capitol Hill budget deal
- Budget deal to get quick vote in the House
By Donald Lambro
Growth spikes are little more than trend-free anomalies
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - John Wayne
The next time a liberal tries to tell you the media aren't biased, remember these important words spoken by John Wayne in "The Sands of Iwo Jima": "Life is tough; it's tougher when you're stupid."
Vin Scully will usher in 2014 as grand marshal of the 125th Rose Parade, an honor the Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster initially wasn't sure he would accept.
Just because the mountain air is thin at 7,800 feet and the New Age is evident in various ways doesn't mean that Coloradans have totally lost their sense of reality.
U.S. Navy Lt. Mike McGrath was just 27 years old, with a wife and two toddler sons in the U.S., when he was shot down and taken prisoner on his 179th bombing mission during the Vietnam War.
The film producer and director whose credits included "The Magnificent Seven" and "West Side Story has died. Robert E. Relyea was 82.
"The Searchers: The Making of an American Legend" (Bloomsbury), by Glenn Frankel
Star-crossed lovers, an onstage brawl, great singing and gentle mockery of Irish stereotypes have a perfect confluence in the charming revival of the 1961 musical "Donnybrook!" currently at the Irish Repertory Theatre.
The Hollywood hero who boosted Republican morale during the 2012 presidential election campaign remains an all-American favorite.
No last name necessary.
Stan the Man won seven National League batting titles, was a three-time MVP and helped the Cardinals capture three World Series championships in the 1940s.
No last name necessary.
I didn’t know Richard Ben Cramer when Bill Schulz, then the Washington editor of the Reader’s Digest, called me at the beginning of the 1988 presidential campaign to say that Mr. Cramer was writing a book about the candidates and their campaigns, but couldn’t get the access to Bob Dole he needed.
Tom Hanks. Quincy Jones. Kristen Stewart. Warren Beatty. Quentin Tarantino. George Lucas. Steven Spielberg. Kirk Douglas. Amy Adams. Richard Gere.
The honorary Oscar winners at the 4th annual Governors Awards include a stuntman who broke 56 bones during his performing career, a documentarian who has made movies for six decades, the founder of the American Film Institute and a philanthropist who has raised hundreds of millions of dollars for arts, education and health-related causes.
At the end of a long day, Kathie Lee Gifford offers a visitor a cup of coffee. Not wine, coffee.
Depending on the age of the respondent, the answer was utterly predictable, he said.
"My mom's looking down on tonight with a big smile on her face," he said, choking up and dabbing at his eyes with a handkerchief.