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  • People Express adding destinations, may expand service

    People Express adding destinations, may expand service
    On Friday People Express began daily service to Atlanta from Newport News-Williamsburg International Airport. Those flights — coupled with service to West Palm Beach, Fla., that began in mid-July — bring the number of destinations the low-cost...
  • Lawyer: Case's flaws merit retrial of death-row ex-cop

    Lawyer: Case's flaws merit retrial of death-row ex-cop
    A lawyer for former Mascotte police Officer James Duckett, on death row for raping and strangling an 11-year-old girl, thinks the ex-lawman could get a new trial because flawed FBI forensics testimony was used to convict him. But others familiar with...
  • Who's who in the McDonnell trial

    Key figures Former Gov. Bob McDonnell. Virginia's governor from 2009 through 2013, he is facing 14 federal corruption charges for accepting gifts and loans from a wealthy businessman, Jonnie R. Williams St. McDonnell previously served as Virginia...
  • 'Halt and Catch Fire' season finale recap, '1984'

    'Halt and Catch Fire' season finale recap, '1984'
    1984 brought us another presidential term for Ronald Reagan, the Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, the return of "Jeopardy! to television" (with Alex Trebek as host), and the birth of Hulkamania, Katy Perry, Scarlett Johansson, LeBron James and Ethan...
  • James Brady, former White House press secretary, dead at 73

    James Brady, former White House press secretary, dead at 73
    James Brady, a former presidential press secretary critically wounded in the assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan, has died, a spokeswoman told Reuters on Monday. He was 73. "We are heartbroken to share the news that our beloved Jim 'Bear'...
  • James Brady, former White House press secretary, dies at 73

    James Brady, a former U.S. presidential press secretary who became a leading gun control crusader after he was critically wounded in an assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan, has died, a family spokeswoman said on Monday. He was 73. The attack...
  • Muere James Brady, ex asistente de presidente Reagan y activista por control de armas en EEUU

    AUSTIN EEUU (Reuters) - James Brady, un ex secretario de prensa de la presidencia gravemente herido en un intento de asesinato contra el mandatario estadounidense Ronald Reagan, falleció el lunes a los 73 años, dijo una portavoz de la familia. Brady se...
  • James Brady, the pope and ethnic stereotypes

    When James Brady died Monday, most Americans probably thought of him in connection with one of two things: the attempted assassination of Ronald Reagan — in which Brady, the amiable president’s amiable press secretary, was seriously wounded...
  • Ukraine, Islamic State and now Russian woolly mammoths?

    Ukraine, Islamic State and now Russian woolly mammoths?
    I was reading the online version of The Moscow Times the other day, doing my part to keep an eye on our enemies, when this headline popped up: "Putin Shows Interest in Cloning Woolly Mammoths." Uh-oh. Things are already rather tense in the world,...
  • U.S. court rejects gay-marriage bans as 'implausible'

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court judge known for his outspoken views described arguments by Wisconsin and Indiana defending bans on gay marriage as "totally implausible" on Thursday, in a ruling in favor of same-sex couples. Judge Richard...
  • Miley Cyrus and the VMA-Jesse Helt Affair -- what's next?

    "NO GOOD deed goes unpunished," said Clare Booth Luce. Mrs. Luce also said, "The difference between an optimist and a pessimist is that the pessimist is usually better informed!" BOTH OF the above could certainly pertain to the not-entirely-surprising...