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SIOUX FALLS — Russell Means never shunned attention. Whether leading Native Americans in railing against broken federal treaties, appearing in a Hollywood blockbuster or advocating a sovereign American Indian nation within U.S. borders, the activist...
Tags: Book, Larry Flynt, Daniel Day-Lewis, Libertarian Party, Murder
CNNAUSTIN, Texas -- For years, Connie and Daniel Roddy did all they could to support Livestrong, raising tens of thousands of dollars for the organization. "It all started when Lance's first book came out," Connie Roddy said, referring to the 2001...
There's been a lot of controversy over the HPV vaccine. Because Gardasil is designed to protect young people against human papillomavirus, a common sexually transmitted disease, some people believe the inoculation gives teens the go-ahead to have sex....
On the first tee of the first day of Ryder Cup practice this week at Medinah, the surprising intensity of the ovation touched Bubba Watson. To touch Watson's soul, even slightly, is to reach deep inside and turn on his emotional faucet. He might be the...
Tags: Ryder Cup, Breast Cancer, Sports, Adam Dunn, Chicago White Sox
Tim Worrell, the former chief of the Bent Mountain Fire Department in Roanoke County, died Sunday night. Worrell was 52. He had been battling throat cancer for the past 4 1/2 years. Worrell had worked at the department for more than three decades. A...
Tags: Tim Worrell
Seven years ago I went to the doctors and he told me I was heading down the same path that a lot of my family members headed down. Diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity. My dad passed away at 62. He had throat cancer and he might have had a better...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPerseverance and diligence are two words ingrained into Nathan Thomas' life. While he has the words tattooed on his forearms, the Aberdeen resident has lived them the last few months, training for a more than 650-mile bike ride from Aberdeen to...
Tags: Human Interest, Social Media, Cancer
A former fugitive Indiana nose doctor agreed to a second plea deal Monday—and this time, the judge said it will stick. Mark Weinberger of Merrillville faces 22 counts of health care fraud. According to the Merrillville Post-Tribune, the ex-doctor...
ReporterTypically, firefighters are physically strong, but one department in Roanoke County is emotionally weak these days. It is the Bent Mountain Fire Department. "It's been very rough for everybody. The department is a family. We consider this department a...
Tags: Fires, Tim Worrell, Cancer
Thomas, Gordon MacDonald Gordon MacDonald (Don) Thomas passed away in Newport Beach, California on Friday June 15th, 2012 after his heroic battle with throat cancer. As a Southern California native, he impacted the surfing, sailing and ocean community...
Tags: Ocean Surfing, Windsurfing
If he's doing his job, an NFL official will largely go unnoticed. He will make sure the rules are followed, of course, yet blend into the background as much as possible. Tony Corrente is anything but invisible. The longtime NFL referee learned that as...
"Freud's Last Session," the hit off-Broadway play now in commercial residence at the Mercury Theatre, replete with the original New York cast, imagines that a dying and exiled Sigmund Freud invites a young man to his study in London, on the very eve of...
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