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Roman Catholic bishops convening in Baltimore joined students and volunteers Sunday to transform a Harbor East hotel corridor into a food-packing operation to benefit West African orphans and battered women. Measuring out thousands of plastic bags of dry...
Contributing WriterEditor’s note: This is the ninth of an 11-part series on Buddhism. Today, America is home to practitioners of all three of Buddhism’s major groups (Theravada, Mahayana, and Vajrayana). While Buddhism remains strong in Southeast Asia, it...
Tags: Christianity, Richard Gere, Buddhism, Dalai Lama, Japan
firstname.lastname@example.orgLouise Wolfe is a wizard of words, a virtuoso of vocabulary, a logician with letters. She is, essentially, a skilled grande dame of Scrabble. And Wolfe, 66, of Hagerstown, is hoping to spread the love. She and Vivienne Smith are hosting a Scrabble group...
Before having children, I had no idea how much of a control freak I actually was. Yes, I always had the anxiety part, but even that grew tenfold. My hubby and I lived in an apartment in NYC, where he was able to mask his inability to do simple household...
Tags: IKEA, Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, Penicillin (drug), Anxiety
Fox 5 San Diego ReporterSAN DIEGO - After spending nearly two years in one of the most notorious prisons in Central America for a crime he did not commit, Jason Puracal was set free. Monday afternoon the 35-year-old and his sister thanked the California Innocence Project of San...
Jules WitcoverWASHINGTON -- Inevitably, in all the tributes to former Sen. George McGovern upon his death at 90, his landslide defeat in the 1972 presidential election at the hands of Richard Nixon shared top billing with his fights against America's misguided wars...
The Tunisian government on Wednesday confirmed it has arrested a 28-year-old Tunisian reportedly linked to the U.S. Consulate attack in Libya, according to the AP. Tunisian Interior Ministry spokesman Tarrouch Khaled said Ali Harzi was in custody in...
Tags: Trials, Military Equipment, Iran, Human Rights Watch, Litigation
Laguna woman to teach in Tanzania A Laguna Beach resident and Cal State Long Beach lecturer is going to Tanzania for a 10-month fellowship. LeeAnne Langton, who teaches in the English department, was selected for the Senior English Language Fellowship...
Los Angeles TimesWASHINGTON -- Republicans held on to their House majority in Tuesday's election, leaving Democrats well short of the net gain of 25 seats they needed to take control. "The American people have once again given the House of Representatives to Republicans,...
Imagine a hot August afternoon in 1931 and picture three dedicated Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose, making their way up the hill, carrying a statue of Mary, a $5 bill and their faith in the new mission they were about to begin — Flintridge...
Rita Frances Le Gette, a former teacher and homemaker, died Thursday of liver cancer at her Severna Park home, surrounded by her family. She was 74. Friends described a woman always willing to put others before herself and lend a helping hand. "When...
As Lucy Kobbs turned the final page of the seventh and last book in the "Harry Potter" series, she took a pencil to the wall beside her bed and memorialized the end of an era: 7/22/07, 3:20 a.m. "It's one of those books that will stick with me for life,"...
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