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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Owen
President Barack Obama on Wednesday urged Massachusetts Democrats to focus on this fall's midterm elections including boosting turnout, and to pass the hope of opportunity to future generations.
Kelli O'Hara is back in the same theater where she made her Broadway debut in 2000. The name on it has changed - from the Plymouth Theatre to the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre - and she's in the star's dressing room this time, not sharing one with the ensemble.
A Southern California woman has given birth to identical triplets, instantly doubling the size of her family.
Ray can't talk, read, organize books or work the computer, and he often falls asleep on the job, but the 5-year-old Labrador is one of the Coal City Public Library's most beloved volunteers.
A five-week old baby is back home in western Pennsylvania after having life-saving surgery at Boston Children's Hospital to correct a brain defect.
A long-serving Air Force chaplain has left the Southern Baptist Convention after the conservative denomination publicly questioned his attendance at a same-sex civil union ceremony at his base in New Jersey.
Scott Bakula, husband and father of four, gets a kick out of portraying a feckless playboy at mid-life on TNT's "Men of a Certain Age."
Mr. Luskin, who refers to the author's pen name, "Mark Owen," said, "Mr. Owen sought legal advice about his responsibilities before agreeing to publish his book and scrupulously reviewed the work to ensure that it did not disclose any material that would breach his agreements and put his former comrades at risk."
"I think they're really proud of the old man right now," he said.