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On Oct. 9, 2009, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs woke up at dawn and received startling news from Oslo. President Obama, only 48, had just received the Nobel Peace Prize. Usually, this most prestigious of awards honors lifetime accomplishment...
Show TrackerThere was a wealth of apathy on the island of Samoa this week, and the lack of desire to play the game of 'Survivor' ended up sending one contestant packing. Galu, who finally lost their first immunity challenge, voted Yasmin......
Over the summer, a wrangle between eminent psychiatrists that had been brewing for months erupted in print. Startled readers of Psychiatric News saw the spectacle unfold in the journal's normally less-dramatic pages. The bone of contention: whether the...
Times Poll Assoc. DirectorCandidates running for governor of California have been travelling up and down the state heralding their achievements and promoting their plans to improve California's public school education. Findings in a recent Los Angeles Times poll suggest why...
The Japan TimesIt's now a month since freshmen, finally freed from the stressful life of studying to pass rigorous university entrance exams, began their new lives at their new schools. April was also when newly hired workers began working at companies, gently...
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ManchesterChris Powell, reflections on contemporary issues. Never one to shy away from expressing his opinions, Chris Powell, managing editor of the JI, appears on Manchester Review in May to discuss a host of issues. He has a special abhorrence of the apparent...
The Modesto BeeGangs are on the rise. Hardly a day goes by without some report of a deadly confrontation, revenge shooting, gang sweep or gang members in court for a variety of vicious acts that made headlines much more rarely a decade or two ago. In Modesto, gang...
Dear Amy: My teenage brother, "Jamie," died last month in a car accident. My whole family misses him deeply, but I'm most concerned about my teenage sister, "Lana." She and my brother were close in age and were constant companions. After a few days of...
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Will you be a hero to a child who needs one? To the editor: How do you contribute? How many of you make a conscious effort each day to make a positive contribution to our society? How many go out of your way to show kindness to and concern for the...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — God is back in the Democratic platform and people rooting for President Barack Obama hope the dazzle is back in him. With war ending, the health care system recast and the creaky economy overshadowing all, Obama takes the...
Los Angeles TimesWade Michael Page, the man accused of killing six people at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin, was a member of a white supremacist band called End Apathy, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, and in a 2010 interview about the band had expressed...
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Label 56, the Baltimore-based record label that released music by End Apathy — the band fronted by alleged Sikh temple shooter Wade Michael Page — released a statement Monday afternoon, regarding Page's relationship with the label. It reads:...
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