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The Hartford CourantConnecticut government officials often fail to seek ethics opinions in advance of doing something that lands them in hot water. Connecticut has an excellent Office of State Ethics to help officials deal with potential conflicts of interest, and to...
Tags: Laws, U.S. Senate, Executive Branch, Dannel P. Malloy , Lawyers
Quite awhile ago, I clipped an article out of People Magazine because I was intrigued by one of it's features in the "Heroes Among Us" section. The story profiled the creator of a group called the Neighbor Brigade. When Pam Washek was fighting cancer,...
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The Hartford CourantPeople would often come up to Sachi Parker to say she must be so lucky to have such a wonderful mother, Oscar-winning actress Shirley MacLaine. But they only know a part of the story. Like her outspoken movie star-author-activist mother famous for her...
ReutersLOS ANGELES (Reuters) - After years of struggling to break into the Hollywood A-list from television, actor Bradley Cooper has gained some serious recognition for his work on the silver screen. Cooper returns to the comedy franchise, "The Hangover,"...
Tags: Celebrities, Movies, Steven Spielberg, Ken Jeong, Justin Bartha
1) @959thefox twitter.com/959thefox Enter to win a happy hour for your office to join us on the Bush Tour Thursday at O'Neill's in SoNo ow.ly/kFEbB — 95.9 THE FOX (@959thefox) May 4, 2013 People magazine has named Gwyneth Paltrow as the...
Richmond Times-DispatchDavid Beckham will not be remembered as the greatest soccer player in history. He will not be remembered as the greatest player of his time. But his ability to meld his performance on the field with his lifestyle off the field has made him the most...
Dothan Eagle, Ala.Dr. Jerome Lee Sullivan III's theory linking excess stored iron in the body to heart disease started a revolution. "He not only came up with the theory, he also came up with a way to actually prevent heart disease by donating blood regularly,...
"Mom. Do you have that gene? Do I? Have you been tested? I thought Grandma had breast cancer. Why weren't you ever tested?" The questions from my 27-year-old daughter were coming fast. Angelina Jolie published an essay in The New York Times on Tuesday,...
ReutersMay 15 (TheWrap.com) - Following her first brave surgical choice, Angelina Jolie plans to have her ovaries removed next, according to a new report in People Magazine. "I started with the breasts, as my risk of breast cancer is higher than my risk of...
Actress Angelina Jolie, who got a double mastectomy to lower her chances of breast cancer, will also have her ovaries removed, according to People magazine. Jolie said in a New York Times editorial Tuesday that she had her breasts removed and...
Behind a door just off the paddock area of Pimlico Race Course, several jockeys are prepping for the day's races. They're handicapping the competition, comparing notes on horses and, in at least one case, going through a yoga sequence: reaching back to...
The Kansas City StarAs the school year winds down and kids sign yearbooks, a few students at Blue Valley Northwest have something else in mind. On a recent sunny afternoon they stick around after school to fill the backs of each other's white T-shirts with affirmations:...
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