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“Since Rachel Maddow and the radical left MSNBC are still blaming Bush for lying about the weapons of mass destruction so he could start the Iraq war 10 years ago, if they would do their research, they would find that the United Nations inspectors...
“Here’s the biggest fable of the USA: Christopher Columbus discovered America. He never set foot on American soil. He found the Bahamas, and last I looked, the Bahamas wasn’t part of the U.S. So why is he getting credit? Now, 400 years...
firstname.lastname@example.orgOn Monday, Federal Employees will be off work and other U.S. citizens will have the day free as well, all because of an accident. “When I was in school, Columbus Day was a day off,” Hagerstown resident Emily Ricketts, 23, said. “...
Bahamas: An American was shot and killed in an armed robbery in Nassau on May 17, bringing the island nation's murder count to 40 for this year. Police reports show that armed robbery is on the rise in the Bahamas. Since the beginning of 2013, several U....
Staff writerWKMG-Channel 6's Tony Pipitone had a big surprise in his late Monday report about a girl's molestation on a Disney Cruise Line ship. Disney had flown the suspect, a ship employee, to India after he confessed to Bahamian police. "We have a signed...
Tribune reporterTwo men are reportedly in custody and police are searching for a third man in connection with the slaying of a sailor from Chicago who was working on a tall ship in the Bahamas. The arrests in the fatal shooting of Kyle Bruner, 34, was reported by the...
Tags: Murder, Army National Guard
A private sailor from Chicago working on a tall ship was shot dead over the weekend in the Bahamas, according to the man's family and media reports. Kyle Bruner, 34, a former special education teacher, was apparently trying to help a woman being...
Tags: Army National Guard, Mother's Day
Lisa Flack wasn't always serious about fishing. The former elementary school teacher would tag along with her husband, Eddie, on their boat Kilowett and catch a few fish, but she was not the diehard that she is now. Things changed one day while...
Gary Karp's ongoing hunt for whoever killed his daughter more than 10 years ago has taken him to the Bahamas — again. After conducting a brief press conference at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Monday, he quickly...
Port Canaveral welcomes a new cruise ship this week as Royal Caribbean's Enchantment of the Seas begins year-round three- and four-night Bahamas itineraries. The Enchantment of the Seas replaces the Monarch of the Seas, which has been transferred to...
Sun SentinelSouth Florida should be drenched in sun over the next few days - then possibly soaked with rain over the weekend. Wednesday's forecast calls for mostly sunny skies with afternoon highs in the low 80s and evening readings in the low 70s. Thursday...
Hispanosphere - Orlando SentinelAfter 22 years of sailing the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, Royal Caribbean's Monarch of the Seas is leaving Central Florida again - this time for good. On April 1, right after its last trip to Royal's private island of CocoCay in the Bahamas, the cruise...
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