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Entering the campus of the largest animation production facility in China, visitors are greeted by life-size statues of Disney and Pixar characters: Belle dancing with the Beast, Mowgli and Baloo sitting on a tree trunk and Buzz and Woody in a classic...
The United States tax code is so backward that billionaire investor Warren Buffett pays only 17 percent in income taxes, a rate even lower than that of his secretary. Or so he claims. While I have great respect for Mr. Buffett, and while I agree that...
Staff reporterOn October 9th at 4 p.m., The Choral-Aires Chorus, a Sweet Adelines International medaling chorus, invites community members to enjoy pure barbershop music in a show titled, "Blast off to Houston." The show features the Chorus and three Regional...
Tags: File Sharing, Christianity, Reformed, Trade Policy
WASHINGTON -- Foreign-investor purchases of farmland in poorer nations are displacing local populations and adding little to a country’s wealth, even as agricultural prices increase, according to Oxfam International. As many as 561 million acres...
Meagan Kelleher, Web ProducerYou could call it "The American Idol of barbershop quartets." Thousands of people are in Kansas City this week for the Barbershop Harmony Society's International Competition. A Kansas City quartet hopes it has what it takes to win it all. Three Men and...
Tags: Trade Policy
The China currency bill is the most significant jobs bill Congress could pass. It enjoys the bipartisan support of nearly 80 Republican and Democratic senators, yet President Barack Obama and House Speaker John Boehner oppose it, illustrating that both...
By Jim Spencer Star Tribune, Minneapolis Oct. 13--WASHINGTON, D.C. — In a rare show of unity, the House and Senate approved three foreign trade agreements that have languished for years. The deals with South Korea, Colombia and Panama are...
TORONTO — Luminato, the festival of arts, culture and ideas that just concluded in Canada's largest city, has only been held for four years. But this citywide extravaganza already attracts a collective audience in excess of 1 million and spends...
ReporterA small ballet company took top honors at an international competition. The Southwest Virginia Ballet spent 9 days at the New Prague Dance Festival. 12 dancers and 11 adults made the trip to Prague. The group won three awards including best classical...
Oct. 13, WASHINGTON, D.C. - In a rare show of unity, the House and Senate approved three foreign trade agreements that have languished for years. The deals with South Korea, Colombia and Panama are expected to add $13 billion per year to U.S. exports...
The Executive Chef of The Greenbrier is in the running for a national honor, and the opportunity to represent the United States in a competition that includes many of the world's best chefs. Rich Rosendale is one of four finalists in the Bocuse d'Or USA...
From Syd Lea's home in Taneytown, the Pennsylvania line is less than two miles away. When the accomplished cyclist ventures outside from his home gymnasium, he often crosses the Mason-Dixon Line as part of his training regimen. That's not the only...
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