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  • Titanic: For many victims, their final resting place is in Halifax, Canada

     Titanic: For many victims, their final resting place is in Halifax, Canada
    Halifax, Canada — A cold wind ripped through Fairview Lawn Cemetery. Then came the frigid rain. In a minute, I was thinking, the headstones will be shivering. "Now," said Blair Beed, my guide, "imagine how it would have been in those lifeboats....
  • Political situation presents challenges, opportunities

    With the benefit of 20/20 hindsight, I can see that I was the Natural. I made a pledge, a pledge with teeth, not to carry water for the special interests. In a spirit of bipartisanship I reached across the aisle and found common ground, while building...
  • Albariño: Spain's hidden wine treasure

    Albariño: Spain's hidden wine treasure
    Albariño is a wine with a story it has waited centuries to tell us. The grape has grown in Galicia on the northwestern coast of Spain, and neighboring Portugal, for about 900 years. But only in the last several years has it become a favorite of U.S....
  • Text of John McCain's speech

    Sen. John McCain delivered these remarks Thursday night at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn. SEN. JOHN MCCAIN: Tonight, I have a privilege given few Americans: the privilege of accepting our party's nomination for president of the United States....
  • Gordon B. Hinckley, 97; led Mormons' rapid growth

    Gordon B. Hinckley, 97; led Mormons' rapid growth
    Gordon B. Hinckley, the elderly but indefatigable Mormon leader who guided the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints into the 21st century by building more temples, traveling more miles and moving Mormonism closer to the religious mainstream than...
  • In D.C., business is booming ahead of inauguration

    In D.C., business is booming ahead of inauguration
    If you're coming to Washington for the inauguration, pack some sturdy shoes, a heavy coat, a powerful pair of binoculars, a cartload of patience -- and your platinum credit card. President-elect Barack Obama will not take the oath of office until next...