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"If he popped up in the pinch he should of made a base hit and the reason he didn't was so-and-so. And if he cracked one for three bases he ought to had a home run, only the ball wasn't lively, or the wind brought it back, or he tripped on a lump o' dirt,...
Los Angeles TimesDoctors' offices are full of brochures listing new nonsurgical procedures that promise to tighten skin, eliminate redness or brown spots and get rid of fat. Though the machines have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration, the clearances don't...
"We had reversed the recession, avoided a depression, got the economy moving again. … But over the last six months, we've had a run of bad luck." President Barack Obama, Aug. 15 WASHINGTON — A troubled nation wonders: How did we get mired in...
Tags: Japan, Boeing Co., Washington, DC, Politics, South Carolina
On Saturday, Texas Gov. Rick Perry got into the race for the GOP presidential nomination, and within 24 hours, former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty got out. Perry didn't exactly chase Pawlenty out of the race; the Iowa straw poll (in which T-Paw finished a...
Tags: Politics, Iowa, Tim Pawlenty, William F. Buckley, Rick Perry
Tribune NewspapersFebruary isn't the only time to celebrate black history, and the importance of June 19 is a prime example of why. Juneteenth* is just around the corner, and trips like these are a great way to explore the U.S. and Canada's natural and educational history....
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsWorkers laid pipe across Kansas last summer, and earlier this year oil started gushing through it on its way from Canada to Oklahoma. That took it right through Mike Voit's property south of Chapman. "We kind of had the last pipeline agreement we signed...
I've been to several campaign events in Iowa in recent weeks, and what's surprised me is how many people bring up someone who's not even in the race: Texas Gov. Rick Perry. At almost every appearance by former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty or Rep. Michele...
Tags: Elections, Politics, Iowa, Executive Branch, Minnesota
"I Used to Be Darker" is meant to jump from the blocks at full speed: A 19-year-old discovers that she's pregnant, grabs a knife and exacts devastating revenge on the cad who knocked her up. After she loses her job overseeing bumper cars at an Ocean...
Tags: Music Industry, Documentary (genre), Politics, Finance, Facebook
Los Angeles TimesPUEBLO, CO. -- The “Dougherty gang,” accused of carrying out a multi-state crime rampage that set off a national manhunt, was sentenced to prison in Colorado on Monday and will probably be extradited to Georgia to face more charges. Ryan Dougherty, 22,...
Tags: Theft, Prisons, Los Angeles Times, Shootings, Georgia
As you read this, two starkly different visions of Maryland's energy future are clashing on a sidewalk outside the White House. One vision embraces the idea of developing clean-energy wind farms off the coast of Ocean City. Those wind farms could one day...
Special to Sporting News NASCAR Wire ServiceRon Hornaday Jr. won the Camping World Truck Series WinStar World Casino 400k Friday night when race leader Johnny Sauter was black-flagged for changing lanes on the night’s final restart. Sauter, who had passed Hornaday for the lead with a...
Jess Willard, who reigned as the World Heavyweight Boxing Champion from 1915 to 1919, lived on Blanchard Drive in Glendale for many years. Recently, Willard’s grandson, Jim Mace, of Carmichael, Calif., saw a photo of his grandfather’s house...
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