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When the 2012 Grand Prix figure skating assignments were announced Monday, with Alissa Czisny getting just one competition rather than the two customary for a skater with her record, it looked as if U.S. Figure Skating might have been saying it felt the...
It's come up again, readers, just like that third chili dog you shouldn't have eaten: yet another installment of "Nude in the News." Yes, it's this column's semi-quasi-demi-occasional feature, illustrating the eternal journalistic axiom that taking...
Tags: Brazil, Human Interest, Politics, Vladimir Putin, Elections
The United Nations report on Iran's nuclear program released last week should end the debate, if any debate remained, over whether Iran is moving toward acquiring the ability to build a nuclear weapon. In cautious but convincing detail, the U.N.'s...
Q: My wife and I are booked on a Viking River Cruise. We plan to go from Washington to Moscow three days early, take the river cruise to St. Petersburg and remain there for three days before going on to a four-day stopover in Paris en route home. It is...
The craft cocktail movement is well underway in San Diego, and with a season of hot summer nights approaching, we are more thirsty than ever, and forever grateful for our city’s inspiring and flavorful spirits. Get those images of 2-for-1...
Tags: Cranberries, Pineapple, Maitland, Fennel, Salt
L.A. NOWIf a meteor was heading toward California, would residents have any warning? It all depends on the size of the space rock and the time of day. At night, astronomers can see an object hurtling toward Earth through a telescope.......
World NowThe opposition had trumpeted the protest Saturday as the “March of Millions,” and the authorities were ready, deploying thousands of riot police in full gear all around the center of Moscow, blocking key streets with heavy trucks and sending...
World NowRussia is putting a stop to the United States aid agency operating in the country after a two-decade presence in Moscow, the U.S. State Department said Tuesday, a decision seen by critics as a swipe against American support for Russian civil society...
World NowA Moscow district court on Monday found a film that has triggered sometimes violent protests throughout the Muslim world to be offensive and banned its broadcast in Russia. After viewing "Innocence of Muslims," Judge Yevgeny Komissarov agreed with...
World NowMikheil Saakashvili, the pro-Western president of Georgia faced with increasing protests among his people, conceded defeat after preliminary election returns showed the opposition had won control of parliament and the right to name a powerful new prime...
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