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Topic - Russell
Americans love Bob Dole. There are those that are drawn to his humor. There are those that know him from his presidential campaign.
It turns out the "rogue agents" at the Internal Revenue Service field office in Cincinnati weren't quite so rogue after all. Democrats had hoped some low-level minion at the agency would serve as the fall guy in the expanding snooping scandal.
An eclectic band of humans survive a famed zombie apocalypse in a new interactive story from Telltale Games.
There's no missing the venomous cynicism in "Killing Them Softly," a grimly witty crime thriller that works in a mode familiar to fans of both Quentin Tarantino and "The Sopranos."
Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe lost his way kayaking in the waters off New York's Long Island and was picked up by a U.S. Coast Guard boat and ferried to a harbor, officials said Sunday.
Roger Kimball, essayist, editor and publisher of the New Criterion, publisher of Encounter Books, and author of a number of highly regarded books, among them "Tenured Radicals," is in many ways a throwback to a time, not that long ago, when there were men of letters and the talk was of literature, life, manners, morals and values -- when it was widely understood not only that ideas have consequences, but that those ideas are shaped by immutable truths and values worth defending and preserving.
Which `bots are in, and which are out?
The Virginia Senate on Tuesday passed a bill that will require women to undergo ultrasound imaging before having an abortion, after a torturous process through the legislature that saw Gov. Bob McDonnell broker a compromise on the high-profile measure.
If Les Miles had any concerns about a short week to prepare for LSU's Southeastern Conference opener at Mississippi State on Thursday night, they've all but vanished.
A woman identified by some media as the mother of former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's out-of-wedlock son has hired a Los Angeles law firm.
Jackie Cooper, 88, died Tuesday at a nursing facility in Santa Monica, Calif., said his other son, John.
In a 6-2 ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld a lower court decision denying a Pennsylvania family the right to sue a vaccine maker, preserving a 25-year arrangement aimed at shielding manufacturers from lawsuits that would keep such disease-prevention products off the market.
Tom Brady's agent thinks he has a solution for an 18-game NFL regular season: Limit how many games each player can suit up.
The makers of Academy Awards favorites "The Social Network" and "The King's Speech" are among those competing for top honors from the Directors Guild of America, one of Hollywood's last prize shows before the Oscars.
"Anyone who has worked with me on either side of the political spectrum will say that I call it like I see it," he says.