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"I still believe that there is good in you." Deb's reaction to Dexter's big reveal about being a serial killer was surprisingly optimistic. Clearly she is not up to creating a rehab clinic for serial killers in her home, but she gave it a valiant...
The Baltimore SunItem: I know that R.L.G. must be right at Johnson, because he says the same things about whom that I have been saying: In normal speech, who is used as subject and object; whom appears in formal speech and writing, and less frequently there. "Since whom ...
Tags: Johns Hopkins University, Russia
CHICAGO -- Kansas farmers are preparing to plant winter wheat into the driest soil since 1991 after three seasons of drought causes Dust Bowl conditions in the biggest growing state and global reserves fall to a four-year low. About 97 percent of fields...
KIAHWe're sitting on a real unemployment rate in this country of somewhere around 15%, but you can't say the federal government isn't doing its part to create some local jobs…in the Ukraine! Yes, it’s a story that’s been downplayed, but...
PARIS (AP) — They asked for undies on heads, masks, and as much color as possible on Friday. They got a topless activist hacking down a cross in Ukraine, balaclavas on Soviet-era statues of soldiers in Bulgaria, and signs for "Justice" in Spain....
Tags: Human Rights, Bjork, Sofia (Bulgaria), Bulgaria, Vladimir Putin
Content ManagerPennsylvania State Police say that a weekend drowning victim in Huntingdon County was from the Ukraine. 71 year old Igor Khodavsky, was swimming off Snyders Run boat launch in Juniata Township on Sunday when he suddently went under. He was brought...
Tags: PlayStation Portable
World NowUkrainian President Viktor Yanukovich signed a bill into law Wednesday that makes Russian an official language in some parts of the former Soviet republic. The bow to the country's large Russian minority has outraged Ukrainian nationalists and the...
Howard Stern, Howie Mandel and Sharon Osbourne continue their talent search -- this week in Austin, Texas. Apparently the show doesn't mind reinforcing stereotypes because the first act of the night is a mariachi band led by a 10-year-old named Sebastien...
Tennis: Hampton Roads players Spooner, Hudson fall in first round of qualifying for Kingsmill women's eventA pair of Hampton Roads players each lost their opening matches Sunday in qualifying for the Kingsmill Resort Tennis Classic, a $10,000 minor-league clay-court women's pro event in the Williamsburg area. Former Walsingham Academy standout Clare Spooner,...
Tags: China, Tennis, Hampton Roads, Australia
Nicole Frenkel beat her second home-state opponent in two days during the qualifying rounds for the $10,000 Kingsmill Resort Tennis Classic, a minor-league U.S. Tennis Association Women's Circuit event. Frenkel, a left-hander from the Boston area who...
Tags: China, Bahamas, Republic of Ireland, Tennis, Virginia Cavaliers
Norway is home to perhaps the most inmate-friendly prison in the world (as mentioned previously in "News of the Weird"), but the correctional system has an imminent crisis, as Anders Behring Breivik (the confessed killer of 77 people last year) is nearing...
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