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  • Secrets of the Service

    Secrets of the Service
    We have learned a secret of the Secret Service: At least a few of those tight-lipped tough guys are not quite as straight-laced and serious as they appear to be. In fact, they apparently love to party like frat boys. Three Secret Service agents have...
  • Chief Hideout

    Chief Hideout
    George Wireman called this town the Gateway to the Mountains when he wrote a local history of it in 1969, and it seems like ever since then, that's what everyone here has called it. "If you stand anywhere on Main Street and look west," Wireman, now 87,...
  • Of good cheer

    It's easy, if you want, to diss The Cheerleader. Easy to ridicule the stereotype, write her off as the popular, skinny, vapid airhead. Easy to consider her role outdated and one - in this era of Girl Power and female presidential candidates - that should...
  • Pair arrested, accused of trying to scam Best Buy

    Pair arrested, accused of trying to scam Best Buy
    A man and a woman who were arrested at a Best Buy store in Boynton Beach were "part of an elaborate team" that targeted Best Buy stores around the country, police said. Few details were available, but Boynton Beach police, in its daily briefing posted to...
  • Washington Redskins - TeamReport

    NFL Team Report - Washington Redskins - INSIDE SLANT It took just a little more than four days for wide receiver DeSean Jackson to find a new home in the same division where he's played since being a second-round pick of the Philadelphia Eagles in 2008....
  • First lady emphasizes fun and fitness at annual Easter Egg Roll

    First lady emphasizes fun and fitness at annual Easter Egg Roll
    WASHINGTON -- Instead of chocolate and candy baskets, the horde of children who gathered Monday on the South Lawn for the White House’s Easter Egg Roll got an Eggtivity Zone and a Yoga Garden. To mark the 136th annual Easter event, First Lady...
  • Feds: Victoria's Secret clerk hid skimmer under skirt in credit-card fraud

    Feds: Victoria's Secret clerk hid skimmer under skirt in credit-card fraud
    A clerk at an Orlando Victoria's Secret outlet store used a skimmer to steal tourists' credit-card information and then sell it, federal prosecutors allege. Between Nov. 29 and April 3, the woman hid the skimmer under her skirt at Orlando Premium Outlets...
  • Campaign commentary? Shoe, documents flung at Hillary Clinton

    LAS VEGAS – With a flash of comedic timing, Hillary Clinton dodged the first controversy of her not-yet-declared 2016 presidential run after a heckler threw a shoe and a nearly half-century-old political document at the former first lady and...
  • Blizzard of words replaces memos in 'The Unknown Known'

    "The Unknown Known" is history and philosophy colored, compelling and sometimes convoluted told through some of the possibly millions of memos Donald Rumsfeld dictated during his career. An estimated 20,000 alone were crafted during the George W. Bush...
  • New London Man Sentenced To 10 Years In Prison For Drug, Gun Offenses

    NEW HAVEN — A New London man was sentenced on Thursday to 10 years in federal prison for distributing heroin and illegally possessing firearms, according to a press release from the U.S. Attorney's office. Jose Morales, 53, was one of more than 100...
  • Teen suspect in Pa. school stabbings said to be shy, quiet

    MURRYSVILLE, Pa. He always seemed to be "the shy kid in the corner," a classmate said. Hours after a startling and savage attack Wednesday morning that left 21 students and a security guard wounded, that was the picture that began to emerge of 16-year-...
  • Suffolk man accused of threatening to execute Obama, Clinton

    A Suffolk man was indicted by a federal grand jury Wednesday after being accused of making death threats against President Barack Obama and former first lady Hillary Clinton. David Gil Wilkinson, 43, a retired Special Forces Navy chief, faces up to 10...