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  • Shorter sleep may speed brain aging

    Shorter sleep may speed brain aging
    With less sleep, normal aging-related structural changes in the brain progress slightly faster in middle-aged and older people, according to a new brain imaging study. Sleep troubles are more common with age, and shrinkage of certain brain structures...
  • Sara Teets, Longtime Manchester Resident, WWII Vet, Dies At 89

    Sara Teets, a longtime resident and World War II veteran of the U.S. Army Air Force, died June 29. She was 89. Teets was born in Columbus, Ohio, one of eight children born to Alvin and Mary Phillips. She lived on a farm until her father and brothers...
  • Tea party candidates' latest strange brew: martyrdrom

    WASHINGTON — Hiroo Onoda, the last imperial Japanese soldier to surrender after World War II, hid in a jungle in the Philippines for 29 years, refusing to believe that the war was over. He finally turned himself in, wearing his sword, cap and...
  • Holocaust suspect dies in Michigan after avoiding deportation

    John Kalymon had long insisted that he was not a war criminal. Time has proved to be his most effective defense. For Nazi hunters and European prosecutors, Kalymon's death outside Detroit last month at the age of 93 represents a lost opportunity to...
  • Donald Sterling calls wife 'pig' after her testimony in Clippers hearing

    After a second day of fiery testimony from her husband, Shelly Sterling took the stand in a trial that may decide if she acted legally when she seized control of the Sterling Family Trust and sold the Clippers. Soon after, Judge Michael Levanas called...
  • Peggy Gandy Windsor: Globe-trotting mom lived a life of service

     Peggy Gandy Windsor: Globe-trotting mom lived a life of service
    Peggy Windsor was known for her fascinating tales. And she had plenty of experiences from which to draw. There was her time with the Central Intelligence Agency, her international travels alongside a war-hero husband and her invaluable service to...
  • Prueba para detectar Alzheimer

    Prueba para detectar Alzheimer
    Científicos británicos han desarrollado una prueba de sangre que puede predecir con bastante precisión el comienzo del alzheimer, lo que abre el camino para elaborar fármacos que ayuden a tratar el mal con anticipación. La prueba —que puede...
  • The real Donald Sterling is revealed at trial, and it's not pretty

    The real Donald Sterling is revealed at trial, and it's not pretty
    He entered courtroom No. 236 with his hair dyed black and his eyes covered by sunglasses. Then he took the witness stand and quickly, frighteningly, the world saw the real Donald Sterling. He was combative. He was confused. He was nonsensical. "Be a...
  • Donald Sterling goes on attack in court hearing on Clippers sale

     Donald Sterling goes on attack in court hearing on Clippers sale
    Donald Sterling railed on the witness stand Tuesday against the doctors who deemed him mentally incompetent, the executives who bounced him out of the NBA and the opposing lawyer who struggled to get him to answer a question. Sterling was consistently...
  • Here's how it's done-4

    A century ago, Europe went smash. In a combination of imperial vainglory (senile vainglory in the case of the doddering Habsburg regime), interlocking treaties, and inflexible military timetables, the nations willingly went to war, a war that turned out...
  • Bill Plaschke: For Donald Sterling in court, it's looking desperate, ugly

    LOS ANGELES — It was the first day of Donald Sterling's final desperate fight for the Los Angeles Clippers, the first day of his last battle for the reputation of his sanity and the ownership of his basketball team. And he didn't show. "We call...