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KickingTiresFollowing a nuclear test and subsequent global sanctions, escalating tensions on the Korean peninsula have North Korea issuing near-daily threats against its southern neighbor and the U.S. ??? and the latest developments have left nearby nations girding...
Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsBeneath gray skies, aging South Florida veterans gathered to mark two pivotal World War II events on Wednesday -- the 70th anniversary of the battle of Midway in the Pacific and the 68th anniversary of D-Day, the launch of the......
KickingTiresDale Crawford honestly didn't know about a parking ticket he was given nearly 60 years ago until he found it in a box of mementos just recently. Crawford, 79, paid the $1 parking ticket to the city of Houston this......
KickingTiresJames Winner, who came up with the famous, ubiquitous steering-wheel lock that???s known simply as ???The Club,??? died earlier this week in a car accident. He was 81 years old. The original Club, which is still sold, is a long......
Palm Beach Politics | Sun Sentinel blogsUpdated Friday, Sept. 30, at 1:16 p.m. From the family, details of local memorial service for former Gov. Claude R. Kirk, Jr. Service: Funeral Service Honoring Former Governor Claude R. Kirk, Jr. Open to Public and Media Date: Monday, October......
The Swampby Mark Silva and updated Robert Novak, the longtime newspaper columnist and television commentator known for his conservative voice and piercing criticism, died today after a bout with brain cancer. He was 78. In decades of Washington reporting and...
The Swampby Mark Silva and updated at 5:30 pm EDT Sen. Edward M. Kennedy will be buried Saturday at Arlington National Cemetery near his brothers, former President John F. Kennedy and Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, the Pentagon said today. Kennedy, 77,......
The SwampGen. Stanley McChrystal leaves the White House Wednesday morning after resigning as commander of Allied forces in Afghanistan. (AP/Evan Vucci) by Julian E. Barnes, Christi Parsons and Peter Nicholas President Obama ousted his top commander in...
The Swampby Mark Silva With more than a foot of wet snow on the ground in Washington and snow falling throughout the day, it would seem that the White House's mission was possible: Moving the president about three blocks from the......
CANNES, France -- Paradox! This is how it goes here: Just as the weather deigns to become a thing of sun-splashed French Riviera wonder, the 66th Cannes Film Festival responds with an 8:30 a.m. world premiere of "Nebraska," director Alexander Payne's...
Leonard PittsOnce upon a time, a man walked on the moon. He climbed down the ladder onto lunar soil, the first human being ever to do so. "That's one for small step for (a) man," he famously said, "one giant leap for mankind." It was one of history's greatest feats...
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South Bend TribuneMark Howie, of South Bend, recently had to make a decision about what to do for dinner. His wife, Molly, had a nephew’s ballgame to attend. He had to fly solo through cuisine-land. So he went to CVS, 51467 U.S. 31 North, to pick up a frozen pizza...
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