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By Tammy Bruce
Only IRS employees could expect rewards for failing to pay their taxes
Topic - park
The convicted ringleader of a massive identity fraud operation that caused more than $4 million in losses to banks, credit card companies and other lenders was sentenced to 12 years in prison Tuesday.
Authorities say it appears a man whose body was found in Riverton City Park died of hypothermia.
Andre Agassi says one of the biggest regrets of his career was waiting until 1995 _ a full decade after turning professional _ to play in the Australian Open.
Nearly 40 years after she won the last of her 11 Australian Open singles titles, Margaret Court is back in the news at Melbourne Park for her opposition to gay marriage.
The head of a leading news service covering North Korea is predicting that the ruling communist regime is headed for the dustbin of history - and soon.
A criminal complaint says 24-year-old Matthew Boos, of St. Louis Park, told investigators he had posed as a 15-year-old girl on Facebook and another social media site.