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There are devastating reminders of what took place Sept. 11, 2001, the most prominent being the holes where the original towers once stood. Today, 10 years after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, ground zero is a jumble.
Within sight of the Golden Gate Bridge lies another landmark cherished by a small but fervent group of travelers: a full-size replica of Yoda, George Lucas' master of the Force.
The Republican candidates in the 2012 presidential sweepstakes haven't been shy about invoking Ronald Reagan's sunny disposition and rhetoric about American exceptionalism, or painting their prescriptions for the nation's woes as a natural extension of his political orthodoxy.
Menacing alien machines descend on Earth, and amid all-out war, a soldier searches a building to find a frightened boy hiding in a vent.
Joining the presidential race is easy - winning is hard. If former Ambassador Jon Huntsman hopes to win, he needs to start with getting the basics right ("Santorum welcomes Huntsman to GOP race with parody ad," Web, Politics, Tuesday).
Painting himself as the sunny, optimistic Republican choice, former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. on Tuesday officially joined the 2012 GOP presidential field, laying out a broad call to push through tough economic times, but with few specifics on how he would do so.
Though he has one of the most impressive resumes in the GOP presidential field, Jon Huntsman Jr. is relatively unknown outside his home state — a fact that presents both challenge and opportunity as the former Utah governor officially launches his campaign Tuesday.
Despite a mea culpa, NBC is not off the hot seat for cutting "under God" from the Pledge of Allegiance, not once but twice, during a video montage during the recent U.S. Open coverage.
Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman, a Republican who until the spring served as President Obama's ambassador to China, is running for president, officials said Tuesday.