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The last time kids-for-cash developer Robert K. Mericle was in a federal courtroom, a judge warned him about the wide discretion he holds on sentencing day, which looms Friday. Current sentencing...
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2014/04/17 23:33
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In a first, scientists have detected rings encircling an M&M-shaped asteroid known as Chariklo. Until now, only the solar system's four gas planets — Jupiter, Neptune, Uranus and especially Saturn —...
2014/04/13 05:08
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Let's face it, the headline space was not big enough to list the people who could win this year's wide-open Masters. In recent history, the biggest comeback was six shots, in 1996, with Nick Faldo...
2014/04/11 17:04
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I am certain that it was pure coincidence for the Supreme Court to release the Reproductive Health (RH) ruling just before the Holy Week. It does provide good material for Lenten reflection. It seems...
2014/04/09 12:58
2014/04/09 12:58
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Arthur Napoleon Raymond Robinson has died, aged 87. Robinson is a former Prime Minister and President of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago and is one of the most experienced parliamentarians in the...
2014/04/05 02:14
2014/04/05 02:14
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Last March 14th, this prestigious daily published an article I had submitted, whose title – The China Syndrome – was borrowed from a 1979 Hollywood fictional thriller movie that was about the deadly...
2014/04/03 13:12
2014/04/03 13:12
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By Letter to the Editor To the editor: I am surprised that an “anthropological warmist” responded to my [letter to the editor, “Granger man supports climate change theories” in the March 6, 2014,...
2014/04/03 10:08
2014/04/03 10:08
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An Aspen judge Wednesday delayed setting a date for a preliminary hearing for three homicide suspects after their defense teams said they needed additional time to wade through copious amounts of...
2014/04/02 05:40
2014/04/02 05:40
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A.J. Jacobs is hosting a family reunion, and everyone is invited. The April 1 Tate Lecture featured the Esquire Editor-at-Large and author, whose latest human guinea pig project is working with...
2014/03/26 16:33
2014/03/26 16:33
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Mary Horton never looked fazed as she was called again and again to the microphone to spell words like "tchotchke," "diglot," and "Bildungsroman." The homeschooled student from Brevard County on...
2014/03/23 20:19
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Hendricks, though, has never really gotten over the notion that video can be a powerful educator. He is using a relatively small part of the fortune he made from Discovery and starting a company, the...
2014/03/21 18:43
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After a very long spell, Montague student wins the bee Print this ArticleEmail this Article Shane Fagan, left, from Delaware Valley, came in second in the 36th annual Tri-State Spelling Bee, after...
2014/03/20 12:21
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What a remarkable information age we live in; with Smartphones and Tablets, and Google and Wikipedia and the whole worldwide internet thing going on. When I give a talk it is not uncommon for an...
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