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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Mike Johnson
It's gotten a little quiet out there. Too quiet.
After three suicides at the D.C. Jail in the past two months, union officials say corrections officers don't have the resources to provide appropriate mental health monitoring of inmates.
A 53-year-old man awaiting trial on sexual abuse charges was found hanging in his cell at the D.C. Jail on Monday, the third apparent suicide at the facility in the last two months.
Ovechkin still enjoys scoring goals, but he's no longer the kid at Christmas he used to be. The goals don't come quite as easily anymore, at least not often enough to drown out the wave of criticism around him.
If you are hosting family and friends for the holidays, especially if this is a yearly tradition, you may be wishing your home looked a little fresher. While a total renovation may not be in the budget during these lean times, local interior designers have plenty of suggestions to add some pizazz without cutting into your gift-giving budget.
Rick Neuheisel returned to UCLA determined to do everything correctly after a coaching career filled with big successes and equally big trouble.
Stories of people helping one another, often without being asked and demanding nothing in return, were a heartwarming counterpoint to the destruction from unprecedented flooding along the Souris Valley in north-central North Dakota.
Quarterback Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons' offense is clicking, putting up points and getting the job done.
Beware, this is a professional wrestling story. And when professional wrestling stories turn up in newspapers, on television and all over the Internet and provide material for the talk shows — as they have lately — something must have gone terribly wrong.
"The level of what they allow is higher than the NFL or anti-doping agencies," Johnson said.
"When it came to the theater of professional wrestling, Chris Benoit was considered as good within his realm as Michael Jordan in basketball," said Mike Johnson, who writes for the Web site Pro Wrestling Insider (pwinsider.com). "This guy was revered in the industry."