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  • Swamp Sunrise

     
    Good morning. The Democratic convention is finished and now the attention turns to the Republicans and their convention next week in St. Paul. Meantime, Republican presidential contender John McCain is unveiling his running mate today at a rally in......
  • Are you ready for Hanna?

     
    Okay, so Hanna is not a hurricane. And it's likely to be weakened by the time it crosses the Carolinas and Southeastern Virginia and finally reaches Delmarva.No matter. Hanna will be a windy storm, with gobs of rain. The barometer has begun......
  • Hurricane Ike: Feds outline preparations

     
    by Frank James The Feds have issued a press release outlining the preparations they've made for Hurricane Ike. The release has some useful information. For instance, there are more than 1,000 high-water vehicles at the ready to conduct search-and-rescue.....
  • Sarah Palin: McCain's assignments set

     
    by Jill Zuckman GOLDEN, Colo. - In the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Gov. Sarah Palin told voters in an equestrian center here that she and Sen. John McCain have already worked out her portfolio "if we are so blessed"......
  • Olympian takes to Hill for MD research

     
    American winner of eight swimming gold medals Michael Phelps (2nd R) attends a photocall for the Speedo Athlete Media Day fellow U.S. team member Ryan Lochte (2nd L) and Australian swimmers Eamon Sullivan (L) and Grant Hackett (R) during......
  • Car Crashes Spike on Election Day

     
    Hold up! Whatever you do, do not vote this November! Canadian researchers recently found that traffic deaths spiked on Election Day, based on an analysis of presidential elections dating back to 1976, when Jimmy Carter faced down Gerald Ford. An......
  • Happy birthday, Teddy Roosevelt

     
    (A documentary, perhaps a school project, by Ian Rapoport who nicely captures TR's presidency.) by Frank James It's the 150th anniversary of Theodore Roosevelt's birth, the energetic president who re-invented the American presidency, modernizing the...
  • Obama 'Gores' Bush on science

     
    by Frank James If politics were a beach, President-elect Barack Obama would be kicking a little Al Gore sand onto President Bush today. In his Saturday web address to the nation, the next president, in announcing the completion of......
  • DC suburb's River Road lives up to name

     
    by Frank James Montgomery County, Md., just outside the nation's capital, is home to many of Washington's movers and shakers and has some of the toniest suburbs in the country. Its scenic River Road is one of the main......
  • Human Fat Fuels SUVs in Bizarre Story

     
    Warning: This story gets weird quickly. A Beverly Hills, Calif., plastic surgeon recently came under scrutiny for his claim that he was fueling a SUV with excess human fat he extracted from his patients. After bragging about his use of......
  • Sanjay Gupta's House problem: Conyers

     
    by Mark Silva Sanjay Gupta may have one more House call to make. Before he heads to Capitol Hill for confirmation as surgeon general -- though the problem that the well-known tele-doctor has may not be so much in the......