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Oscar Goodman ran Las Vegas for 12 years with a showgirl on his arm and a martini in his fist.
At great political peril, George Ryan did the right thing.
"Mom. Do you have that gene? Do I? Have you been tested? I thought Grandma had breast cancer. Why weren't you ever tested?"
Bernard Waber, the author of such children's favorites as "The House on East 88th Street" and "Lyle, Lyle Crocodile," has died at his home in New York.
"And the Mountains Echoed" (Riverhead Books), by Khaled Hosseini
Last month, I received emails from two people I know but who don't know each other: one a close friend and Second Amendment supporter, and the other a regular reader who sends me news items she believes the "liberal media" are willfully suppressing.
Over the past two years, publishers have been steadily filling one of the largest gaps in the e-book catalogue - poetry.
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Colleagues and friends paying tribute to USA Today founder Al Neuharth on Friday remembered him not as a driven media giant but as a loyal native South Dakotan who never forgot his roots.
Over the past two years, publishers have been steadily filling one of the largest gaps in the e-book catalogue _ poetry.
Finally, a small cadre of busybody bureaucrats has discovered a way to bring this divided country together.
Dear Abby: A woman here at work constantly asks to borrow money. The first time she did it, she caught me off guard and I gave her $20. The second time she sent me an email asking for a loan, I replied that I only had a few dollars.
FILE-In this Friday, March 13, 2009, file photo, discarded newspaper racks clutter a storage yard in San Francisco. The report released Monday, May 13, 2013, revealing that the financial data and news company Bloomberg LP leaked more than 10,000 of its clients' private messages containing sensitive pricing data, highlights the uncertain and rapidly changing ethical landscape facing media companies that are reinventing the news business. Bloomberg LP, which started as a provider of sophisticated financial data to bond traders and only later expanded to include a journalistic enterprise, echoes many new ventures in its determination to bypass old journalistic models that depended on well-defined relationships with readers and advertisers. (AP Photo/Noah Berger, File)
Launching his namesake company's news division in the 1990s, Michael Bloomberg largely rejected long-held rules of the journalism trade that insist on keeping thick firewalls between reporters and the profit-making workings of their companies.
"He has, acting personally and through his subordinates and agents, endeavored to ... cause, in violation of the constitutional rights of citizens, income tax audits or other income tax investigations to be initiated or conducted in a discriminatory manner."
"Little Green" (Doubleday), by Walter Mosley
"The Guns at Last Light: the War in Western Europe, 1944-45" (Henry Holt), by Rick Atkinson
Dear Abby: When friends and family get together, the conversation often turns to the subject of health. They swap stories about the medications they may be taking and the lifestyle changes they're making to improve their health. They look to each other for support and tips to get through the flu or a nasty case of food poisoning, and rely on each other's experience to tackle challenges such as quitting smoking, diabetes, managing heart disease, conquering insomnia or menopause or.
A teacher removed a suspicious package left inside a northern Colorado school that was later determined to be an active explosive, authorities said Tuesday.
Dan Brown sees the world a little differently than the average person.
Question: We have great difficulty hearing the dialogue when watching television. I have a substantial surround system, including an expensive receiver, a Blu-ray player and a 6-speaker surround sound setup with a large subwoofer. I often cannot understand the dialogue when watching movies as well, especially when women and children are speaking. Can you suggest a product that will help - A.M., Maple Lake, Minn.
It should've been the shot heard around the world. Chances are, you didn't hear it.
Even the most ordinary-seeming family can get hit by the butterfly effect, a concept in chaos theory where one small change can have huge consequences.
Pat Conroy fans will finally get the real story about his father, the man who inspired the novel "The Great Santini."
Comments made by the judge who presided over Casey Anthony's criminal trial raise questions about whether she can get a fair defamation hearing in state court in Orlando, her attorneys said in filings for her bankruptcy case.
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