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GM Today An Oconomowoc man who thought he heard a woman being raped allegedly busted through a neighbor’s door, carrying a sword, only to find the neighbor watching pornography. James Van Iveren, 39, was released last week on a $5,000 signature bond and is scheduled to appear in...
Katherine Shaver The Washington Post Diane Roadcap stared intently at 2-year-old Beatrix as the Welsh corgi leapt around a Bethesda living room. "She's showing me a ghost, like Casper the Ghost," Roadcap said. "She's telling me she has a lot of fears. Let me tell her she doesn't...
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Philip Sherwell TELEGRAPH An early winner in Oscars week will stride up the red carpet in Los Angeles on Tuesday night - Barack Obama. The Democratic presidential hopeful with the rock star buzz is the guest of honour at a Beverly Hills fundraising party where the celebrity...
Gary Stoller USA TODAY Tears filling his eyes, Roger Barbour watched in disbelief as two United Express jets took off without him just before Christmas at the Cheyenne airport in Wyoming. He wasn't the only one left behind. Two planeloads of passengers — 110 people — whose...
Sharon Jayson USA TODAY Advertising and media images that encourage girls to focus on looks and sexuality are harmful to their emotional and physical health, a new report by the American Psychological Association says. The report, released Monday, analyzed some 300 studies over...
Brad Knickerbocker The Christian Science Monitor As Congress begins to tackle the causes and cures of global warming, the action focuses on gas-guzzling vehicles and coal-fired power plants, not on lowly bovines. Yet livestock are a major emitter of greenhouse gases that cause...
JENNIFER RADCLIFFE Houston Chronicle Imagine this: A handful of Youngblood Intermediate students are actually going to miss getting called into the principal's office every morning. After all, that's where these children spent countless mornings in tutorials, sharpening their...
EMILY RAMSHAW The Dallas Morning News Advocates of mandatory HPV vaccines for Texas schoolgirls rest their case on sound science – medical evidence that a few shots could nearly eradicate the sexually transmitted disease and the cancer it can cause. Their opponents, who fear...