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  • Rick Santorum confident ahead of New Hampshire primary

    Rick Santorum confident ahead of New Hampshire primary
    The race for the Republican nomination for President is facing its second test as New Hampshire voters head to the polls today. On the ballot, six candidates, three with ties to Pennsylvania. FOX43's Michael Gorsegner is following the Santorum campaign in...
  • Warren M. Robbins, founder of the Museum of African Art, dies at 85

    Warren M. Robbins, founder of the Museum of African Art, dies at 85
    Warren M. Robbins, founder of the Museum of African Art, forerunner to the Smithsonian's National Museum of African Art, died Dec. 4 at George Washington University Hospital of complications from a fall at his home last month. He was 85. When he...
  • Martin P. 'Marty' Knowlton dies at 88; co-founder of Elderhostel

    Martin P. "Marty" Knowlton, a world traveler who fought ageism by co-founding Elderhostel, a program that pioneered learning vacations for mature adults, has died. He was 88. Knowlton died Thursday of natural causes at a nursing home in Ventura, said...
  • PASSINGS: Ernest D. Sillers, Dee Anthony, Luanne Pfeifer

    PASSINGS: Ernest D. Sillers, Dee Anthony, Luanne Pfeifer
    Ernest D. Sillers Founder of Episcopal schools The Rev. Canon Ernest D. Sillers, 99, who founded several Episcopal schools and St. Margaret's Episcopal Church in San Juan Capistrano, died of natural causes Oct. 15 at Saddleback Memorial Hospital in...
  • Giuliani is slammed twice on Sept. 11 issues

    Rudolph W. Giuliani's image as 9/11 mayor took a double hit Monday as he lost a key endorsement from the Sept. 11 commission chair to a rival, and New York firefighters and families of victims of the terrorist attacks took their campaign against him to...
  • It's his primary objective

    Bill Gardner was at it again, mucking up Democrats' timetable for picking their presidential nominee by insisting on the date he wanted for New Hampshire's vote. So one day, frustrated party leaders sent an emissary to the state Capitol to deal with...
  • Will Sarah Palin's 'Going Rogue' boost her political fortunes?

    Will Sarah Palin's 'Going Rogue' boost her political fortunes?
    You may not be able to judge a book by its cover, but you often can tell something from its title -- and Sarah Palin's "Going Rogue: An American Story," due out on Tuesday, front-loads expectations in ways most political books do not. ------------------...
  • Death in a seaside paradise

    Death in a seaside paradise
    They are sons of La Jolla, five friends who came of age on the edge of the Pacific. They all played on La Jolla High School's football team. One was the defensive player of the year. Another was a star quarterback mentored by former pro standout Doug...
  • When Role-Reversal Hits Home

    When Role-Reversal Hits Home
    Across the country, a growing number of married women are becoming the primary breadwinners for their families as more husbands lose their jobs. Over the last two years, federal labor figures show, the unemployment rate has risen much faster for men than...
  • American Idol Auditions Begin

    American Idol Auditions Begin
    Showers and unseasonable cold winds didn't stop thousands of "American Idol" hopefuls from turning out Sunday for the show's Season Nine kickoff auditions at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. Some showed up around 3 a.m. Sunday to grab their place...
  • McCain, Palin Attack Obama's Economic Plans

    McCain, Palin Attack Obama's Economic Plans
    John McCain's campaign continued to hammer away at Barack Obama's economic plan Wednesday, with Sarah Palin calling him "Barack the wealth-spreader," while Obama said their attacks smelled of desperation. Again invoking "Joe the plumber," McCain and...