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Topic - Megan
NASCAR chief executive Brian France said in court documents that his former wife spent a "staggering" amount of his fortune on her family and friends. Megan France said her former husband spent little time with their two children and became verbally abusive when he didn't get his way.
Cindy McCain, the wife of Sen. John McCain, is hitting the stage with a role in next month's Herberger Theater Center production of a play about Proposition 8, the California same-sex-marriage case that's woven its way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Olympic champion swimmer Ryan Lochte is diving into the world of reality television with a six-episode series debuting in April.
Illinois fired Bruce Weber on Friday, letting go of a fiery coach whose first three years with the Illini included a run to the national championship game before a long slide the past six years ended with a 17-15 mark this season.
NASCAR drivers Regan Smith and Paul Menard escaped injury Wednesday when Smith lost control of his truck and crashed into trees after hitting a patch of ice near his mountain home in Evergreen, Colo.
Garrett Uekman was remembered Monday night for his love for Arkansas, and those who knew him best said his impact on the university was far greater than the short time he spent there.
There is a new war on choice in this country, and the leaders are none other than the captains of the abortion industry. Their target: pregnancy care centers (PCCs). Their technique: Brand the centers with a "scarlet letter" and force them to advertise abortion. Their goal: disparage the centers and drive women to abortion clinics.
Maryland delegates chose to cut loose late Monday night with just minutes remaining in their 90-day legislative session.
One year after President Barack Obama signed his historic health care overhaul, the law is taking root in the land. Whether it bears lasting fruit is still in question.
A year after President Barack Obama signed his health care overhaul, the law remains so divisive that Americans can't even agree on what to call it. Even so, it is taking root in the land.
For Pennsylvanian missionaries to Uganda gathering to watch the World Cup, festivities took an unexpected turn.
"He's very hands-on, as you can imagine," said Olsen's wife, Megan. "He's the fun dad at the park, running around and going down the slide, because you know Ben obviously wants to play. He loves the kids, the kids love him, and they miss him a lot while he's away. But he talks to them on the phone every night or on FaceTime. When he gets home, he's extra helpful."
"The visit to the pregnancy care center changed my life," Megan said.