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Topic - Warren
The Rev. Rick Warren, a popular evangelical pastor, asked members of his Southern California church for prayers as he and his family coped with the apparent suicide of his 27-year-old son.
Rau'shee Warren has no regrets. He waited through a decade in amateur boxing and a U.S.-record three Olympics to fight for a gold medal, only to lose his first fights in Athens, Beijing and London.
Ohio could well decide the next president; the state has chosen the winner in the last 12 presidential elections and it's pivotal to the strategies of both President Obama and Mitt Romney.
Rep. Michele Bachmann ended her Swiss citizenship less than diplomatically Thursday, saying she was giving it up to prove she is a "proud American citizen."
The husband of "Real Housewives of D.C." cast member Michaele Salahi reported to police that he believed his wife had been abducted, but investigators said Wednesday she assured them she was with a friend and "where she wanted to be."
Polygamist leader Warren Jeffs was sentenced to life in prison on Tuesday for sexually assaulting an underage follower he took as a bride in what his church deemed a "spiritual marriage."
In her second novel, "Men and Dogs," Katie Crouch tells the story of a self-centered woman from Charleston, now living in San Francisco, who is attempting to make sense of a life she recognizes as "innately screwed up."
Previously secret FBI records released Monday show there were death threats against then-Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, even five years after his failed 1980 White House bid.