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The Hartford CourantThe Facebook page in question links out to a thicket of medium-extremist sites. One is "Breaking Obama" which posted, after Thursday's presidential announcement on guns: "The Dictator Obama and Prime Minister Joe Biden just completed a massacre of The...
In a surprise defeat for Steven Spielberg and "Lincoln," Ben Affleck won the Golden Globe for directing "Argo." A clearly stunned Affleck, who earlier this week was noticeably not shortlisted for the directing Oscar, said he didn't care what the award...
Channel Guide MagazineUpdated Nov. 30, 2012, 12:31pm CT Dec. 21, 2012. There hasn't been so much interest in — and, in some cases, fear over — a date since 1999 and the impending approach of Y2K. Whether or not you believe in the supposed Mayan 2012 prediction that...
DALLAS — Simeon players trickled into the lobby of their Duncanville, Texas, hotel Friday morning, not more than 10 hours after their first loss of the season. Their minds were full from a late-night players meeting in Jabari Parker's room, their...
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Call Washington BureauWhen the U.S. Senate adjourned for the night Monday, they did so in honor of the late Arlen Specter. The Senate passed a resolution honoring Specter's life, sponsored by U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., and co-signed by every senator. The resolution is a...
FrameworkArthur Tress was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., on Nov. 24, 1940. He took his first photographs while still in elementary school in 1952. He attended Bard College, where he studied art and art history, world culture and philosophy under Heinrich Bluecher....
Letitia Baldrige, an etiquette maven who served as social secretary to First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and later wrote books and a syndicated column advising readers on good manners in contemporary America, has died. She was 86. Baldrige died Monday at...
CNNPHILADELPHIA -- Former U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter, who embodied a vanishing breed of liberal Republicanism before switching to the Democratic Party at the twilight of his political career, died Sunday after a long battle with cancer, his family announced....
The prospect of interviewing Don DeLillo produces a certain anxiety. DeLillo, one of the most heralded American novelists of the past 40 years, has a reputation for being inaccessible, emotionally and otherwise. While by no means a recluse like J.D....
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The art of sculpting huge blocks of fat is the focus of a strange-but-true competitive event at the Iowa State Fair. Wielding trowels with the utmost precision, carvers ply their craft in temperature-controlled booths. In contrast, "Butter," which uses a...
“This is for those people who are commenting about the stadium being built downtown and all the money that’s been donated. It would be nice if people would open their eyes to the harsh reality that we have a serious problem with homelessness...
“I wish the parents in Franklin County would stop whining about the dress code for their children. Had they been doing their job all along, it wouldn’t be necessary for the schools to tell their children how to dress.” —...
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