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A man accused of making more than $7 billion off the investment schemes of jailed financial manager Bernard Madoff drowned after having a heart attack, authorities said Monday. Jeffry Picower, 67, was found at about noon Sunday by his wife, Barbara, at...
The 33 NewsThe loss of Amber Hagerman more than a decade ago still haunts Tarrant County Sheriff, Dee Anderson. Anderson, who was the Arlington Police Chief led the search to find Hagerman after she was abducted from her bicycle in broad daylight. The search...
Tags: Sex Crimes, Children, Sexual Assault, Tarrant County, Kidnapping
The 33 NewsMemories made ten years ago are crystal clear for members of Fort Worth's Wedgwood Baptist Church. "I had left early from our home," says Kathy Jo Rogers. She was running late to meet her husband that night. He was a minister at Wedgwood. "I had just...
Tags: Death, Christianity, Baptist
The Swampby Mark Silva Republican congressional leaders are attempting to "drive a wedge'' between President Barack Obama and the politically influential American Jewish community, the way one well-known conservative Republican sees it. Israel is the wedge. The...
Tags: Politics, Terrorism, Government, Arts and Culture, Refugee
The SwampPresident Barack Obama, the first African-American president of the United States, founded with the slavery of Africans and perpetuating legalized racial discrimination well into the 20th Century, addressed the parliament of Ghana today in his first...
Tags: Politics, Kenya, Bribery, Diseases and Illnesses, Government
KickingTiresA slow economy and the summer???s high gas prices contributed to a solid decrease in the number of drunken driving fatalities in 2008. According to the Department of Transportation 11,773 people died as a result of alcohol-related vehicle accidents in.......
The Swampby Mark Silva The doctor is in: Howard Dean, former Democratic National Committee chairman, onetime candidate for his party's presidential nomination, former governor of Vermont - and a physician -- says there is nothing to Republican Sarah Palin's...
Tags: Politics, Upper House, Al Gore, Adolf Hitler, Chuck Grassley
The SwampTelevision note: MSNBC will air a planned documentary, The Kennedy Brothers, at 9 pm EDT tonight, in addition to its already scheduled time of 7 pm Thursday as noted below. CNN's Larry King Live will devote its show at 9......
Tags: Politics, Upper House, Jimmy Carter, Death, Edward M. Kennedy
The Swampby Mark Silva and updated There still are a few things that congressional leaders are capable of performing in a bipartisan spirit -- that welcome reminder came with the memorials for the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy recently, and it......
Staff reporterHartford--- Tragedy & Triumphs One week after the mayhem at a popular Hartford Pizzeria, Hartford's crowning jewel opens, The Connecticut science center. We'll talk about the tragedies and triumphs recently in the Capital City and what is in store for...
The Associated PressArt Linkletter, who hosted the popular TV shows "People Are Funny" and "House Party" in the 1950s and 1960s, has died. He was 97. His son-in-law Art Hershey says Linkletter died Wednesday at his home in the Bel-Air section of Los Angeles. "Art...
Tags: Politics, Interior Policy, Death, Television, Arts and Culture
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