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"Anna Karenina" is that rare film adaptation that stands on its own as a vital work of art, and not merely a retelling of a canonical tale. A bold, inventive reimagining of the Tolstoy novel, director Joe Wright's new film still manages to stay remarkably true to the emotional and lyrical core of its classic source.
Medical marijuana is online in Arizona.
SAN FRANCISCO — The ball went sailing into the night, made a beeline for the bleachers in right-center field and landed amid a sea of humanity.
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Barry Bonds swung, took a half-dozen steps and clapped his hands. With no trace of a smile but a strong shot for all the doubters, he caught Hank Aaron and tied the career home run record last night.
When The Associated Press on Monday asked her father, Nikolai, if Natasha could be interviewed, he said he had been ordered not to comment to news media, but declined to say who issued the order.