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By Donald Lambro
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Katie
A "wild" young woman in 1936 Ireland was one who didn't conform to rigid societal expectations. Just being alone in a room with a young man would subject her to gossipy suspicions about her character.
"Safe Haven" belongs to the specialty genre of romantic thriller about an abused woman often derided as fit for the Lifetime cable network. Even by that dismal standard, "Safe Haven" is a bit of a clunker.
Feeling "a little upset" that Texas didn't move quickly enough to re-sign him, free-agent outfielder Josh Hamilton donned a Los Angeles Angels jersey on Saturday after finalizing a $125 million, five-year contract that he called a new chapter in his life.
Some of the victims fighting for their lives after being wounded in the movie-theater shooting rampage may face another challenge when they get out of the hospital: enormous medical bills without the benefit of health insurance.
DirecTV subscribers are losing access to "The Daily Show" and "SpongeBob SquarePants."
Katie Couric feels bad for Ann Curry.
Television journalist Katie Couric urged University of Virginia graduates to take risks and persevere.
Katie Couric is launching a weekly Web series for Yahoo News and ABC News about health and lifestyle issues.
Johnson Wagner's first PGA tour victory proved to be more of an anomaly than a springboard.
Slugger Josh Hamilton openly acknowledges he'll be an addict for life. As far as slip-ups are concerned, he prays they will be few and far between along his path to sobriety.
Texas Rangers outfielder and recovering drug addict Josh Hamilton scheduled a news conference for Friday amid reports that he had a relapse this week when he drank alcohol at a Dallas-area bar.
Reigning AL MVP Josh Hamilton was scratched from the Texas Rangers' lineup and was with his wife for the birth of their fourth daughter Friday night.
"It has a 409 V-8," former Kansas Gov. Bill Graves says about his 1964 Chevrolet Impala Super Sport convertible. "That's the important part."
"I feel like someone has ripped out my very soul," my eldest daughter says, flinging herself on the floor of my home office.
Showtime's dangerous Eden
Hamilton interjected, saying, "She said, `You should have put a ring on it.'"
"We were with them for five years. If you're going to date someone, you make it known and official pretty quick," she said. "They let us date other teams and Josh had said he would give them first chance and they didn't (make a move)."