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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - William E. Smith
A former manager for the Social Security Administration in Rhode Island has been sentenced to more than three years in prison for fraudulently selling $160,000 of a Coventry man's stock investments after stealing his identity.
A former Rhode Island art dealer convicted of defrauding a wide range of investors _ from a wealthy collector of Japanese swords to a school janitor _ was sentenced to 16 years in prison Thursday for his elaborate multimillion-dollar scheme.
Reality TV star Richard Hatch asked a federal appeals court on Thursday to throw out a nine-month prison sentence handed down earlier this year for failing to pay taxes on the $1 million he won of the first season of the hit CBS show "Survivor."
A new generation of "Dallas" is headed for the airwaves.
Reality TV star Richard Hatch has filed notice he'll appeal a federal court decision upholding his nine-month prison sentence for failing to pay taxes on his $1 million "Survivor" winnings.
"How many of y'all know this song?" The saxophone player smoothly yielded the notes of "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star."
He said helping kids learn with hip-hop works.
"In this day and age, it's the best way [to engage kids], because it engages all their faculties," he said. "Through hip-hop you speak their language. ... Being able to speak in their rhythm and in that cadence, it reaches them more effectively."