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World NowUnited Nations diplomats scrambled Wednesday to salvage some vestige of a peace plan that has failed to halt the fighting in Syria or protect civilians from the kind of savagery that took more than 100 lives last week in Houla, most of them women and...
Will Adams, freshman basketball player at Towson University, could be mad at the world about all the misfortune life dumped at his Philadelphia doorstep. There was the woman, his birth mother, who abandoned him to a series of foster homes at 3. There was...
Tags: Fever, Chills, Politics, Hospitals and Clinics, Symptoms
Now that Vladimir Putin is Russia's president once again, the result of still another fraudulent election, we should expect ever more hostile relations with Moscow. Mr. Putin, a vain and vulgar man, was born and bred to despise the United States. And...
This salad is a great way to enjoy the heat of the summer without heating up the kitchen. Fire up the grill and prepare your vegetables, and then cut everything to bite-size portions to lay nicely across the salad. Romaine is certainly not the only...
President Obama’s nominee for ambassador to Armenia, John Heffern, is scheduled to come before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for questioning on Wednesday. Heffern is a career diplomat who now is the United States’ deputy chief of...
Tags: Bashar Assad, John Kerry, Real Estate, Politics, Elections
The G-8 and NATO summits being held in May in Chicago are expected to draw thousands of protesters, and Christie Hefner had heard that some local CEOs were being told by their senior staff to "get out of town" that week to avoid them. The warnings were...
Charles T. Manatt, who founded one of the biggest and most influential law firms in Los Angeles and then became a political power as chairman of the state and national Democratic parties, died Friday night. He was 75. Manatt died at Kindred Hospital in...
We have many bits of tid in today's Friday Files. But first, an update on the battle between the city of Orlando and the activists atLake Eola. In Wednesday's column, I made a pitch for compromise in this long-running feud, which isn't helping anyone....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe deadline for filing presidential fundraising reports closed Thursday, with officials from nearly every campaign predicting a relatively low dollar total compared with the historic highs at this time in the 2008 cycle. Campaign aides engaged in the...
WORTHINGTON, Minn. - Rock-Nobles Cattlemen's Association president Dave DeBoer was pleased with the nearly 800 people who attended the Minnesota State Cattlemen's Association Summer Tour and Trade Show July 12 in Worthington. Though the rain likely kept...
Nothing says "good morning" like fresh-from-the-oven banana muffins with a touch of whipped butter. As my sister, Katie, would say, "You always seem to need something with banana," and yes, I certainly do. I like banana cake, cookies, bread, custard,...
Tags: Education, Marketing, Politics, Peanut Butter, Food Industry
Katelyn Baker, 12, has to check her blood sugar about 12 times a day to make sure her body is stable. The Pegasus School seventh-grader, who has had Type 1 diabetes since she was 3, has been selected to serve as a youth ambassador for the Orange County...
Tags: Diabetes, Politics, Diseases and Illnesses, Charity
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Jul 24, 2011 |Story| Baltimore Sun
May 21, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Jul 12, 2011 |Column| Herald Mail
Jul 8, 2011 |Story| Glendale News Press
Dec 8, 2011 |Column| Chicago Tribune
Jul 23, 2011 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Jun 9, 2011 |Column| Orlando Sentinel
Jul 1, 2011 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Jul 15, 2011 |Story| Aberdeen News
Jul 15, 2011 |Column| Herald Mail
Oct 5, 2011 |Story| HB Independent
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