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  • Shulamith Firestone dies at 67: wrote feminist classic 'The Dialectic of Sex'

    Shulamith Firestone, whose 1970 book "The Dialectic of Sex" became a feminist classic with its calls for a drastic rethinking of women's roles in the bearing and raising of children, was found dead Tuesday in her New York City apartment. She was 67. A...
  • Dorner manhunt: Setting fire to cabin justified, some experts say

     
    Several experts said they believe that deputies' actions that set off the fire that ended the Christopher Dorner cabin standoff appear to be justified. "I don't understand what the big deal is," said Geoffery Alpert, a professor at the University......
  • Six Flags unveils new attractions for every park in 2013

    Six Flags unveils new attractions for every park in 2013
    Six Flags unveiled its 2013 lineup of new roller coasters, thrill rides, water slides and live shows at the amusement park chain's 13 locations. > Photos: New attractions coming to Six Flags parks in 2013 Six Flags' 2013 attractions include three...
  • Sanford McDonnell dies at 89; former McDonnell Douglas CEO

    Sanford McDonnell dies at 89; former McDonnell Douglas CEO
    Sanford "Sandy" McDonnell, the former chief executive of aerospace giant McDonnell Douglas Corp. who in the 1970s helped turn around the company started by his uncle, died Monday. He was 89. His death was announced by Boeing Co., which acquired McDonnell...
  • Dan Peek dies at 60; founding member of the band America

    Dan Peek dies at 60; founding member of the band America
    Dan Peek, a founding member of soft-rock trio America, which shot to the top of the pop charts in the 1970s with bouncy, lightweight hits including "A Horse With No Name," "Ventura Highway" and "Sister Golden Hair," died Sunday at his home in Farmington,...
  • PASSINGS: Gerald Heaney

    Gerald Heaney Judge's opinions helped desegregate schools Gerald Heaney, 92, a retired federal judge who wrote or helped write opinions that led to the desegregation of schools in St. Louis, Omaha and Little Rock, Ark., died Tuesday in Duluth, Minn. The...
  • Do the Cardinals need to win World Series to keep Albert Pujols?

     
    Is the St. Louis Cardinals' success in keeping soon-to-be free agent Albert Pujols contingent on the team winning the World Series?...
  • New Jersey residents say safest city is ... in New York

     
    Safest cities: In a poll of New Jersey residents, Manhattan was considered the safest....
  • Another Missouri toddler missing; 2nd mom in jail, body found

     
    A Missouri mother is taken into custody after her 1-year-old son's body is found near a cemetery; another Missouri toddler, Baby Lisa, is still missing....
  • St. Louis comes to grips with Albert Pujols' departure

     
    St. Louis, in a phrase, feels jilted. Albert Pujols, the slugger whose decade with the St. Louis Cardinals was capped with a World Series win this year, is now coming to the Angels, and many Cardinals fans aren't happy. Missouri......
  • Zola Jesus' 'In Your Nature' gets remixed by David Lynch

     
    Zola Jesus gets remixed by David Lynch....