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By Michael P. Orsi
Edward Snowden should declare his patriotism in court
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Sharon Evans
Oprah Winfrey ended her famous talk show Wednesday by telling her viewers of 25 years that they weren't saying goodbye.
There were no free cars or vacations. No favorite things or makeovers. No celebrity guests on stage _ though there were plenty in the audience.
Mark Haines, co-anchor of CNBC's morning "Squawk on the Street" show, died unexpectedly on Tuesday evening, the network said. He was 65.
"She was very subdued today, and I appreciated that she was taking that last hour not to showcase any celebrities or favorite things," Ms. Evans said. "It was truly what she said, a love letter to us."
"She was very subdued today and I appreciated that she was taking that last hour not to showcase any celebrities or favorite things," Evans said. "It was truly what she said, a love letter to us."