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  • Atty. Gen. Eric Holder hospitalized with shortness of breath

    Atty. Gen. Eric Holder hospitalized with shortness of breath
    WASHINGTON -- Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. was taken to a Washington hospital Thursday after experiencing “faintness and shortness of breath” during his regular morning meeting with senior staff at the Justice Department.
  • Lazarus: A roadblock to collecting travel insurance benefits

    Lazarus: A roadblock to collecting travel insurance benefits
    Barbara Butkus bought an airline ticket in November to fly from Palm Springs to Washington, D.C., a month later for a family reunion. Just to be on the safe side, Butkus, 80, also bought travel insurance while booking her flight through Orbitz, the...

    Live chat: great expectations

    2007-07-30 14:49:16.0 Administrator: The chat with Heidi Murkoff will start at 3pm. 2007-07-30 15:13:59.0 Administrator: Question from Tamara: how to beat the all-day sickness in the first tr-mester? my dr. wont see me till i'm 10wks. so i've stopped...

    Tim Russert: the details about what caused his death

    Tim Russert: the details about what caused his death
    WHEN TV journalist Tim Russert died June 13, it was heartbreaking news for his family, friends and fans. Chief of the Washington bureau of NBC News and longtime moderator of "Meet the Press," Russert was known for asking tough questions. He leaves two...

    Outdoor buffs must exercise caution on smoggy days

    Outdoor buffs must exercise caution on smoggy days
    SMOG, shmog. Exercising outdoors is a way of life in Southern California, and die-hard runners, walkers, cyclists and skaters aren't going to let a brown layer of air stop them. But maybe they should. The Southland is heading into its roughest air...