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MINERAL, Va. -- One of the strongest earthquakes ever recorded on the East Coast shook buildings and rattled nerves from South Carolina to New England on Tuesday and forced the evacuations of parts of the Capitol, White House and Pentagon. Skyscrapers...
With kids of all ages going back to school again I am reminded of what opening day of school was like many decades ago, when school started the day after Labor Day. Since Holtville’s Eastside School didn’t have a kindergarten, many of us...
Tags: Labor Day, Preschools, Education, Schools, Teaching and Learning
COSTA MESA — My friend the late Jiggs Thompson was a South Carolina gentleman and one of the sweetest people I’ve ever known. The only cross words we ever had were over Bob Dylan. “Bob Dylan is terrible,” Jiggs said. “Bob...
WASHINGTON — A group of Republican state lawmakers said Wednesday they hope to trigger a Supreme Court review of the Constitution's 14th Amendment or force Congress to take action with legislation they've drafted targeting automatic citizenship...
"We had reversed the recession, avoided a depression, got the economy moving again. … But over the last six months, we've had a run of bad luck." President Barack Obama, Aug. 15 WASHINGTON — A troubled nation wonders: How did we get mired in...
KTLA NewsPERRIS (KTLA) -- Four people survived this morning when a twin-engine plane crashed in a field near a Perris airfield. The plane -- a Beechcraft Duchess -- went down under unknown circumstance after taking off from Perris Valley Airport about 8:20 a.m.,...
— Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin rarely embraces drama, but as the denouement of the debt ceiling debate played out Tuesday, the Maryland Democrat became something of a mystery — undecided up until the very last minute on how he would vote. Cardin,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgKentucky continued to stockpile verbal commitments for its 2012 football recruiting class when four more players, including two from Louisville, committed to the Wildcats on Monday. Jeffersontown tight end-defensive end Daniel Ross and Seneca defensive...
Tags: United Kingdom, Louisville, North Carolina
The children around the crafts table set up in a ballroom of the Hilton Orlando all come from different cities, but many already know each other. Every year they take their family vacation wherever the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World holds its...
In nearly 38 years as a music teacher for the Baltimore city public schools, Wendell Hairston led student bands in performances before visiting dignitaries including Sean "P. Diddy" Combs and former President Bill Clinton. No matter who the audience was,...
Anchor/ReporterWith gas prices creeping back up, what in the world would make more than 150 people cruise down America's roadways in three days? Simple. They love the road and their cars. Participants packed into Natural Bridge Tuesday afternoon for their last stop...
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — It's William Whipple's turn to be recognized. The New Hampshire merchant is one of the lesser-known signers of the Declaration of Independence. This year, there are plans for Whipple and 11 others to be honored for their...
Tags: John Burgoyne, Slavery, Maryland, James Smith, Human Interest
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