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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Sydney
A central Indiana man said it took just seconds for him to recognize a dark-haired man as his son who was abducted as a small blond boy by his mother 18 years earlier.
Nathan Slinkard was 5 years old when his mother failed to return him to his father as an Indiana court had ordered.
Janet Evans finished 53rd out of 65 swimmers in the 800-meter freestyle preliminaries at the U.S. trials on Saturday, ending the former Olympic champion's comeback at age 40 with a smile on her face.
Delivering stump speeches with more references to the Bible than to the economy, Rick Perry struck out at surging opponent Rick Santorum on Saturday while continuing to paint himself as the socially conservative candidate religious Iowans are looking for.
More than 2 million babies are stillborn every year worldwide and about half could be saved if their mothers had better medical care, according to research estimates published Thursday in the medical journal Lancet.
More than 2 million babies are stillborn every year worldwide and about half could be saved if their mothers had better medical care, according to researchers' estimates.
"Nobody ever wants to talk about (stillborns) because it's so sad," she said. "But not every pregnancy ends happily."