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The Natchez Democrat, Miss.Tragedies seem to come in waves, unfortunately. Our community has seen more than what would seem its fair share of horrible automobile accidents lately. First, a young Adams County Christian School student was severely injured several weeks ago. Then,...
Tags: Disasters and Accidents
On a recent visit to Orlando, I couldn't help but marvel at the wonder that is the Disney monorail. It's the most heavily used system of its kind in the world, transporting more than 50 million people a year. When you're carrying that many grandparents,...
Toyota, Honda and Nissan are recalling more than 2 million vehicles globally for an identical problem with air bags on the passenger side whose inflator may burst, sending plastic pieces flying. No injuries have been reported related to the problem....
President Barack Obama's call during the State of the Union address to reduce the threat of nuclear war could not have been more timely. The day before the president spoke, North Korea tested a primitive nuclear device, and the following day reports...
It isn’t Antonin Scalia’s fault that he looks like a Mafia capo, but his distinctive appearance certainly makes it easier for cartoonists to caricature his political leanings and bullying presence on the Supreme Court. Justice Scalia has...
Swift JusticeDear Jackie, My husband from a second marriage and I signed a prenup whereby we would each keep our separate personal property and real estate property in our own names, bank accounts included, even if the marriage was to end. I have kept a bank...
MILWAUKEE — The NBA doesn't retroactively change calls on a daily basis. It just seems like it to the Lakers. The latest day-after fix involving them was announced by the league Thursday. Turns out a foul should have been called on Kobe Bryant...
It's a long-shot safety campaign known in shorthand as "zero deaths." Cutting the death toll to zero in crashes across all forms of transportation is an aggressive and perhaps unrealistic goal, but Illinois and more than half of the other states are...
The Hartford CourantExcavators hate to be surprised by a natural gas pipe. That's why a Connecticut law requires that contractors — or anyone digging underground — contact the state's Call Before You Dig service two days before working, so that utility...
Q: I booked a flight on Emirates Airlines from Buffalo to Manila, with connections at New York JFK and Dubai. The flight from Buffalo to New York JFK was on JetBlue, but I bought the entire trip through Emirates on one ticket and with one reservation...
Ana Veciana-SuarezCaregiving is exhausting. Grueling. Draining. Wearing. Simply strenuous. There's no other way, no other declarative sentence, to explain it. I, who have long tried to channel the Energizer Bunny, collapse in bed every night, bone-weary but mind racing. I...
Tags: Miami (Miami-Dade, Florida), Usain Bolt, Nursing, NASCAR, Sepsis
The accidental shooting of a University of Maryland police officer trainee in a an exercise is a public relations disaster that Baltimore's mayor and police commissioner wish were just a bad dream ("Campus officer shot in training," Feb. 13). Everyone...
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