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  • Presidential debate: The most entertaining, unexpected, weirdest and awkward moments

     
    Presidential debate: Republican presidential candidates debate at the Reagan Library....
  • Philadelphia crowd embraces Glen Campbell for his 'long goodbye'

     
    If Alzheimer’s disease is, as First Lady Nancy Reagan put it in describing her husband, the long goodbye, Glen Campbell said farewell with the equivalent of a warm embrace Thursday with a concert at the University of Pennsylvania’s Irving...
  • Chris Christie won't run but doesn't mind being asked

     
    Chris Christie is asked three times if he'll run for president in one night at the Reagan Library in Simi Valley....
  • Washington pays tribute to Reagan with, yes, another statue

     
    Ronald Reagan: A nine-foot statue of former President Reagan was unveiled at Washington airport....
  • Before and after: Hotel Bel-Air garden renovation

     
    Hotel Bel-Air: Landscape designer Jon Goldstein renovates 12 acres at the Hotel Bel-Air and tries to preserve the legacy of the iconic property's historic gardens....
  • Top 50 Concerts of the Year for the region

     
    The two best concerts I attended in 2011 had a lot in common. Each featured a veteran rocker at the peak of his ability to connect to the audience, playing precisely the right songs and performing them precisely the right......
  • Fashion: Jason Wu's Target kitten. Jessica Chastain's Oscar news.

     
    A cute kitten wreaks havoc in Jason Wu for Target video, Jessica Chastain hears of her Oscar nomination at a fashion show, Kim Kardashian's ShoeDazzle pulls out of Britain, and Alessandra Ambrosio walks the runway five months pregnant....
  • Brodeur comments on Casselberry school issue

     
    Just got an e-mail from Rep. Jason Brodeur's office that elaborates on the issue of whether his amendment to the state budget restricting school closings in Seminole County had anything to do with Casselberry Elementary, where his mother works, being on...
  • O.C. candidate removed from local GOP after George Wallace mailer

     
    Deborah Pauly, the outspoken Villa Park councilwoman who drew community ire when she protested outside an Islamic charity event, was removed this week from a leadership position with the Orange County Republican Party's central committee. Party...
  • Spokesman for Sharon Stone calls suit 'absurd' and 'frivolous'

     
    A spokesman for Sharon Stone dismisses as "absurd" and "frivolous" a lawsuit filed against the actress by a former live-in housekeeper and nanny alleging religious and ethnic bias as well as violations of state labor law. The nine-page civil complaint.......
  • Former first lady Nancy Reagan fractures ribs in fall

     
    Former first lady Nancy Reagan fractured her ribs in a fall in March, but news of the injury is finally making headlines since the pain from fractured ribs reportedly kept the 90-year-old from attending an event at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.....
  • L.A. makes history with ban on plastic bags at stores

     
    Los Angeles became the largest city in the nation to approve a ban on plastic bags at supermarket checkout lines, handing a hard-fought victory to environmentalists and promising to change the way Angelenos do their grocery shopping. The City Council........