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  • Did Cryin' Seidlin soak elderly neighbor?

     
    I have a nice elderly widowed neighbor. When my daughter was born, she gave our family a $100 check, and I put it toward Natalia???s college tuition plan. On holidays and birthdays, she has given Natalia candy, clothing and dolls.......
  • Black Americans: Race relations gaining

     
    by Mark Silva Black Americans have told pollsters, for the first time in the history of CBS News polling, that they feel good about the overall state of race relations in the United States. This is among the findings of......
  • Michelle Obama: 'Leading' First Lady

     
    by Mark Silva "I feel like I've never left Chicago,'' First Lady Michelle Obama said today in Washington - soccer on Saturdays, slumber parties for the girls' friends. Add to the routine now: Walks before dawn with the first dog......
  • Monitoring Devices Can Make Teens Safer Drivers

     
    It may seem overprotective, but in-vehicle monitoring devices may help make your teenager a safer, more responsible driver. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety conducted a study in which 84 teenagers were split into four groups. Some drove cars...
  • Bristol Palin: Town hall in New York

     
    by Mark Silva The "town hall'' has taken hold as a favorite forum for political candidates and office-holders alike. But the star attraction at a town hall meeting in New York on Wednesday is neither a candidate nor an office-holder.......
  • Obama's to-do list: First lady has one

     
    by Mark Silva The president and first lady, treading a delicate line between political and home life, go to great lengths to remind people that, after all, they're just people, too. But, with a first lady attempting to play the......
  • Obama to grads: 'Body of work' ahead

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama addressed squarely, and with a measure of humor, tonight the very words that a public university had used this year in refusing to confer an honorary degree upon a president, a graduate of Harvard......
  • Obama: 'What Memorial Day is all about'

     
    by Mark Silva This president is headed to Camp David today for the Memorial Day weekend, and, figuring that Americans are getting ready to "fire up the grill,'' offers a weekend address today that is short on political policy and......
  • Red Memorial Day caps raise funds for war veterans

     
    Those ubiquitous red baseball caps with snippets of the American flag included in each MLB team???s logo (the Canadian flag was in the Toronto Blue Jays??? red caps) weren???t just worn during Monday???s games in honor of Memorial Day or......
  • AT&T CruiseCast Brings TV to the Car

     
    AT&T, in conjunction with the RaySat Broadcasting Corporation, has introduced CruiseCast, a satellite system that brings television and satellite radio directly to your car. CruiseCast includes 22 cable television channels and 20 satellite radio channels,...
  • Senate split: No settlement, but GOP issues a list

     
    One of the more seasoned lobbyists was pointing out how the mostly-Republican side of the Senate fight put out a list of priorities and the Democrats had not. But the GOP list highlights at the top such items as "Thurgood......
  • Obama signs tobacco regulation

     
    by Christi Parsons Invoking his own personal experience as a teenaged smoker, President Barack Obama today predicted that a tough new law cracking down on cigarette marketers will help young people make the choice not to take up the habit......