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Seattle TimesWomen talking publicly about their private parts was once strictly taboo. But Angelina Jolie's recent announcement she had a double mastectomy, after discovering she is at high risk for breast cancer, is a sign how much times have changed. One...
Portland Press Herald, MaineAlmost all of the fire victims are refugees from Africa, fleeing war and violence in their own countries to seek better lives in the United States. They lost nearly everything they owned in the three fires that destroyed nine buildings in downtown...
Tags: Somalia, Apple iPod, Human Interest, Fires, Mother's Day
The Hartford CourantA freelance journalist from Glastonbury has been placed on probation after pleading guilty to misdemeanor federal drug charges. Stephen Terrill was initially charged last year by federal authorities with one count of conspiracy to possess with intent...
Eve Ensler has inspired and empowered women all around the world to speak out about their bodies and to protest women-targeted violence. Artistic, courageous, generous and funny, Ensler is a galvanizing playwright, internationally best-selling author,...
WindsorStudents involved in two socially conscious Windsor High School clubs will sponsor a 5-kilometer race to raise awareness and funds to support women who live in the Democratic Republic of Congo in Africa. The public is invited to run or come support the...
email@example.comStrong programs and great community support are some of the things that work together to make a good library, according to Boyle County Public Library Director Karl Benson. On May 31, Benson will retire from the library, after 35 years. His career as a...
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Sometimes a number is shocking enough to stop you cold. In filmmaker Dawn Porter's documentary "Gideon's Army," which takes an in-depth look at the professional grind experienced by public defenders (playing at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Siskel Film...
Staff writerABC's Robin Roberts has received the prestigious Peabody Award for sharing her health story in frank and detailed terms. The citation to her "Robin's Journey" reporting reads: "By allowing her network to document and build a public service campaign...
The powerful things we expect from "War Witch" are as advertised, but what we don't expect is even better. Given that the subject matter is two violent years in the life of an African child soldier, it's not surprising that the film's events are...
— Many of the 115 cardinal electors to be sequestered inside the Sistine Chapel on Tuesday didn't know each other when they headed for Rome last month. In fact, Chicago's Cardinal Francis George said he knew only a third of his fellow prelates,...
Lois Eshleman went to be with the Lord on Feb. 1, 2013. Born near Shippensburg, Pa., on Aug. 13, 1921 to her parents Lydia and J. Ira Martin, Lois lost her father in an industrial accident at the tender age of nine months. She was raised by her mother...
100 Years Ago Quoth the Raven "The Poe literary society of the Ellicott City High School was called to order Jan. 8, 1913, by the president, William Holman. "The minutes of the preceding meeting were read and approved. After transacting business the...
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