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John Durkin Former U.S. senator from New Hampshire Former U.S. Sen. John Durkin, 76, a New Hampshire Democrat who won his seat in 1975 in one of the closest elections in Senate history, died Tuesday at Franklin Regional Hospital in Concord, N.H.,...
Tags: Liver Cancer, Elections, Obituaries, Arlo Guthrie, Politics
Jennifer Jaff was on the brink of attending law school when her doctor tried to stop her because she had a debilitating chronic illness. "I decided I couldn't stay in bed the rest of my life," she later said. "I had to live." Decades later she was a...
Harry Harrison Science fiction author's work inspired 'Soylent Green' Harry Harrison, 87, an author whose space-age spoofs delighted generations of science fiction fans, died Wednesday in southern England, according to his friend and fellow sci-fi...
World NowGlobal Focus: As the Economist recalled this week, the Eurozone was supposed to be “a Hotel California that you can never leave.” Now, with much of the continent, including Greece, mired in recession, that hopeful vision of affluence does seem...
L.A. NOWThe terms of the divorce agreed to by Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise will likely remain private, with no paper trail in court. A source with knowledge of the case said the settlement was made in such a way that......
L.A. NOWFor all the talk about Scientology in the Kate Holmes-Tom Cruise divorce, a source with knowledge of the case said church officials played no role in the private negotiations that resulted in a settlement earlier this week. The source said......
L.A. NOWThe marathon private negotiations that led to a divorce agreement between Kate Holmes and Tom Cruise was handled strictly through attorneys with no direct input from the Church of Scientology, a source with knowledge of the case said. Cruise's prominent.....
Varsity Times InsiderFormer Los Angeles Loyola guard Hollis Thompson has has agreed to a free-agent contract with the Oklahoma City Thunder. Thompson was a standout scorer at Georgetown. -- Eric Sondheimer...
The healthcare industry will spawn 5.6 million new jobs by 2020 – most of them high-paying – but most unemployed Americans won’t have the expensive schooling necessary to land them. Demand for healthcare is soaring in the U.S., double...
World NowThe killing of Abu Yahya al-Libi, the latest blow dealt to Al Qaeda, is expected to continue the decentralization of the terrorist network that U.S. officials and experts have already witnessed....
This post has been corrected. See note at the bottom for details. African American women have higher rates of a type of breast cancer that isn't dependent for growth on the hormones estrogen or progesterone. They also have a higher rate of childbearing...
Tribune newspapers"Prague Winter: A Personal Story of Remembrance and War, 1937-1948" Madeleine Albright Harper: 480 pp., $29.99 Madeleine Albright is a formidable figure. She was a member of the National Security Council and the U.S. ambassador to the U.N. When she...
Tags: Judaism, BBC, England, Nazi Party, Unrest, Conflicts and War
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