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Topic - Timothy Mccarthy
An effort to cancel a Florida strip-club performance by the woman known as "Octomom" has been denied by a Florida judge.
A Secret Service audiotape 30 years old sheds light on the chaotic aftermath of Ronald Reagan's shooting when neither the president nor his guardians realized he'd been shot, and an agent's snap decision to get him to a hospital might have saved his life.
As Michael Deaver's death became top national news the other day, the longtime adviser to Ronald and Nancy Reagan would have appreciated the irony that after a career of shaping news stories for other people — not the least of whom was the 40th president of the United States — no one could shape the countless news stories about him so well.
Orland Park officers helped search a house where the associate lives or once lived, he said, but there was no evidence the escaped inmates had been there.
In Orland Park, which borders Tinley Park, police Chief Timothy McCarthy said records revealed Conley had been arrested several years ago on a robbery charge.