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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Pat O'Brien
A spider monkey that bit the employee of a northeast Ohio car dealership was found not to be rabid in tests performed after the animal was euthanized.
Days after the Washington Redskins used the No. 2 pick in April's NFL Draft on Robert Griffin III, posters bearing his aw-shucks smile, braids and the word "hope" spun through the Internet.
It took a return to the South to get me back on Foursquare.
As Charlie Sheen continued to rant on, his bosses at "Two and a Half Men" seemed prepared Friday to move on. The network's decision to stop production of television's most popular sitcom this season _ and maybe for good _ has multimillion-dollar implications for CBS and producer Warner Bros. Television, but it's hardly fatal.