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  • Win the FOX Rocks Lunchbox!

    Win the FOX Rocks Lunchbox!
    Sign up to win the Fox Rocks Lunchbox! K-Mack announces a new winner every Monday and Thursday at 10am drawn from all entries. We visit the winner at work and deliver the coveted FOX ROCKS LUNCH BOX, filled with great prizes every Tuesday and Friday...
  • 10 things you might not know about the Afghan war

    10 things you might not know about the Afghan war
    Will the final chapters of the Afghan war be written in Chicago? It's possible. At next month's NATO summit here, Afghan President Hamid Karzai and global leaders will discuss an exit strategy for foreign troops fighting the Taliban, a task no doubt...
  • List of Mandatory Days Off Work, By Country

    List of Mandatory Days Off Work, By Country
    ++++++++++++++++++++ || Panama || 40 || || Russia || 40 || || Iceland || 37 || || Spain || 36 || || Luxembourg || 35 || || Nambia || 35 || || Denmark || 34 || || Poland || 33 || || Slovenia || 33 || || South Africa || 33 || || Belgium || 32 ||...
  • 10 budget-friendly tips for enjoying Paris

    Paris Aeuro was worth $1.25 when I moved to Paris in 2004. Now it's more like $1.60. So, am I happy I don't live here anymore? Not at all, but I'm much more careful with my money when I pass through. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: Paris: An...
  • American military cemeteries in Europe honor fallen heroes in both world wars

    On Veterans Day, Americans are asked to do something for the country besides voting and paying taxes: We are enjoined to think of those who fought in faraway places -- the Philippines, North Africa, Europe, Vietnam and Iraq. Most of them came home,...
  • 'They thought maybe I was dead'

    'They thought maybe I was dead'
    William J. Walker grew up in Peckville, Lackawanna County, one of eight children of a mining engineer. After high school and business college, he joined the Army in June 1941 and rode horses in the cavalry. When the cavalry broke up, he was assigned to...
  • Part1: 'I was one of the lucky ones, alive by a second'

    Part1: 'I was one of the lucky ones, alive by a second'
    First of two parts Raymond J. Christman Jr., a basketball player and pole vaulter at Nazareth High School, graduated in 1942 gung ho to fight the Japanese. But the Marine Corps and the Navy wouldn't take him; he was too short -- not quite 5 feet 2. So he...
  • Driving through Europe puts you on the road to freedom

    Driving through Europe puts you on the road to freedom
    Part joy ride, part soul quest, the road trip is part of the American character. Even before the price of gas went through the roof, many Europeans didn't care for driving vacations. I don't know why. They have a grand continent to explore. The advent...
  • World watch

    Belgium Authorities warned of thieves posing as police officers on the E411 highway linking Luxembourg and Brussels. Three elderly couples who withdrew money from banks in Luxembourg recently were robbed of about $141,000 in euros. The bandits pulled over...
  • Paris, City of Light, shines brightest during the holidays

    Paris The trouble with going to Paris at Christmas is, unless you are rich, you can't go every year. Which presents a problem. We went to Paris last Christmas, and this year the holiday already feels anticlimactic. Oh, I'm spinning the traditional stay-...
  • Russian firm buys the Point

    Russian steelmaker OAO Severstal announced yesterday that it is buying the steel plant at Sparrows Point and says it plans to run the mill at full capacity and invest up to half a billion dollars during the next five years to improve productivity....