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  • Isleworth Country Club resident faces charge in shooting death of wife

    Isleworth Country Club resident faces charge in shooting death of wife
    The Orlando Sentinel is reaching out to people who knew Diane Ward or know the Ward family, or of Bob Ward's business dealings. E-mail us here with an information or photographs you might think helpful. -------------------- James Robert Ward built a...
  • Isleworth killing: First wife called Ward dangerous

    Isleworth killing: First wife called Ward dangerous
    As divorce records go, the files on Bob and Janis Ward are fairly mundane. They show two young people with relatively little property to complicate the proceedings. She got the Ethan Allen bookcase and the 1972 Toyota. He kept the house and most of the...
  • Comedian Paul Rodriguez Rushed to the Hospital

    Comedian Paul Rodriguez Rushed to the Hospital
    WASHINGTON, DC -- Comedian Paul Rodriguez has been rushed to the hospital after complaining of severe abdominal pain. Rodriguez, the Chairman of the California Latino Water Coalition, was in D.C. for congressional meetings. Mario Santoya, an official...
  • Washington Nationals Honor Jackie Robinson

    Washington Nationals Honor Jackie Robinson
    WHAT: The Washington Nationals will commemorate Jackie Robinson's legacy as part of a league-wide initiative when they face the Milwaukee Brewers at 7:05pm on Friday, April 16. The first African American Major League Baseball player of the modern era,...
  • Mildred Cohn dies at 96; chemist applied physics to problems of biology, earned National Medal of Science

    Mildred Cohn dies at 96; chemist applied physics to problems of biology, earned National Medal of Science
    Mildred Cohn, a chemist who overcame both religious and sexual prejudice to make major contributions in applying physics to problems of biology, died of respiratory failure Oct. 12 at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center in Philadelphia. She was 96. Refusing...
  • NASA Scientists Strike Water On The Moon

    NASA Scientists Strike Water On The Moon
    NASA scientists have discovered nearly 25 gallons of water in the wake of their experiment last month, in which they had a spacecraft slam into the lunar surface. The discovery raises hopes that in the future, astronauts could build a lunar outpost, or...
  • "The People Speak" Documentary

    "The People Speak" Documentary
    Chris Moore, Executive Producer, discusses his new documentary titled "The People Speak" at George Washington University.
  • Long Awaited 'SpaceShipTwo' Unveiled in SoCal

    Long Awaited 'SpaceShipTwo' Unveiled in SoCal
    LOS ANGELES - A spacecraft designed to rocket wealthy tourists into space as early as 2011 was unveiled Monday in what backers of the venture hope will signal a new era in aviation history. The long-awaited glimpse of SpaceShipTwo marks the first...
  • Sonia Sotomayor Injured At LaGuardia Airport

    Sonia Sotomayor Injured At LaGuardia Airport
    NEW YORK ( WPIX) -- Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor broke her ankle Monday at LaGuardia Airport where she was on her way to Washington to meet with senators who will vote on her confirmation to the Supreme Court. Sotomayor suffered the injury to...
  • Shooter kills security guard

    -- An elderly Maryland man with a long history of ties to neo-Nazi organizations allegedly walked into the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum on Wednesday and opened fire, killing a security guard, according to law enforcement officials and civil rights...
  • Hillary Clinton Fractures Elbow In Fall

    Hillary Clinton Fractures Elbow In Fall
    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton fractured her right elbow during a fall Wednesday, her chief of staff said. Clinton was on her way to the White House when she fell and injured her elbow, chief of staff Cheryl Mills said in a statement...
  • Clinton Has Successful Surgery On Broken Elbow

    Clinton Has Successful Surgery On Broken Elbow
    WASHINGTON -- Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has had successful surgery to repair a fractured right elbow. The State Department says she's expected to make a full recovery. Clinton injured herself in a fall at the State Department on...