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You wouldn’t know it by looking at me, but up to this point I’ve been blessed with good health. People who know me realize this is a good thing, as I’m terrified of needles or being poked or prodded...
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Money-As-Speech, Speech-As-Lies, Truth-As-Victim
Money-As-Speech, Speech-As-Lies, Truth-As-Victim "I am a firm believer in the people. If given the truth, they can be depended upon to meet any national crisis. The great point is to bring them the...
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Snapp Shots: Farewell, Dave -- Letterman's top 10...
And now, in honor of David Letterman's retirement, my Top 10 Favorite David Letterman Shows of All Time: 10. The Warren Zevon show, when the singer/songwriter, who was dying from cancer, appeared on...
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Mike Wise on his inspiration to become a sportswr...
When I was 21 and finally came to grips with the reality I would never be a professional basketball player – nothing drove the harsh truth home more than riding a community-college bench in my last...
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1 big overhaul: How Buzzfeed is refreshing itself
The Independent's Ian Burrell gets the low down on how phenomenally successful site Buzzfeed is seeking to refresh itself. Buzzfeed has a room dedicated to the NoNoNoNo Cat, pictured above. "We are...
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Civil rights leaders reflect on movement, unfinis...
AUSTIN -- In the battle for civil rights, the names of the fallen have been etched in stone. Recalling the news of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1968, Andrew Young remembered...
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A hotel to enjoy the Dallas arts scene – inside a...
... Main St., Dallas, 214-748-1300; thejouledallas.com. 160 rooms from $259 (U.S). The neo-gothic Joule is a twin-towered luxury boutique-hotel that’s undergone a $78-million (U.S.) reno developed...
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Who's talking to college grads this year? Dan Rat...
Here's a running list of speakers: * West Chester University: May 10 Brigadier General Carol Eggert, Assistant Adjutant General, Joint Force Headquarters, Pennsylvania National Guard and also Deputy...
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David Letterman to retire from CBS 'Late Show' in...
David Letterman to retire from CBS 'Late Show' in 2015 LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Comedian David Letterman, who brought a sardonic, offbeat wit to late-night television, along with bits such as "Stupid...
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With David Letterman retiring, all eyes on CBS' n...
But those issues may be the least of the worries for CBS, which must program for a vastly different TV landscape than when it hired Letterman away from NBC 21 years ago to launch its "Late Show"...
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Eli Stokols of Fox31: he wants to make TV politic...
He's a political junkie who knew as a kid he'd either play ball or be on television. Eli Stokols did a pretend newscast in his parents' Irvine, Calif., living room, imagined baseball play-by-play in...
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Legendary TV news anchor Walter Cronkite dies
By Michelle Nichols NEW YORK (Reuters) - Former CBS News anchor Walter Cronkite, whose authoritative delivery of news events from the John F. Kennedy assassination to the Apollo moon landing and...
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Are facts important to The Washington Post?
Last week, The Washington Post -- a paper -- ran a piece that claimed the biggest lease holders in Canada's oil sands were the evil right wing Koch brothers. Evil, right wing Koch brothers -- that's...
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Doug Robinson: Dynamo Fred Ball wishes he were st...
SALT LAKE CITY — Fred Ball doesn’t know what to do with himself these days. “I’m lousy at retirement,” he says. “I’d love to still be working.” Ball is 81 years old, but age isn’t what forced him to...
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