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  • Thatcher and Palin? Out of frame, out of bounds

     
    There's word rumbling around Great Britain and beyond that Sarah Palin is angling to meet Margaret Thatcher, the first woman to be that nation's prime minister. It's a photo op that would be a triumph for Palin, an image supposedly showing the...
  • Sybil Leek: Brevard author writes biography of famous ‘white witch’

     
    A Brevard County woman thinks it's time everyone knew more about the life of Sybil Leek, who was once known as “the world's most famous witch.” Christine Jones, 73, of Satellite Beach,  says she wrote Sybil Leek: Out of the Shadows as a...
  • Nancy Reagan on hand for signing of bill establishing Ronald Reagan Day

     
    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger assists former First Lady Nancy Reagan as they walk to a ceremonial bill signing for California SB 944 and AB 1911 at the Ronald Reagan Library in Simi Valley on July 28, 2010. SB 944 officially designates......
  • GOP Platform Supports Gay Marriage Ban

    The emerging Republican Party platform strongly endorses President Bush's call for a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage — despite Vice President Dick Cheney's contrasting views — and declares that only heterosexual couples should...
  • From the archives: Marcos Dies in Bitter Exile in Honolulu at 72

    Ferdinand E. Marcos, the crafty, controversial and ruthless former Philippine ruler, died of kidney, lung and heart ailments Thursday in Honolulu, where he had been in bitter and defiant exile for more than 3 1/2 years after fleeing a popular uprising and...
  • Amid Wedding Hoopla, a Town Goes Hollywood

    On the streets of this quiet Santa Ynez Valley village, something was clearly going on Sunday, even if the details were a little fuzzy to some. Taking notice of all the police, tourist JoAnn Killmer guessed crime. "I thought somebody had been robbed,"...
  • Coverage from the day space shuttle Challenger exploded: President joins nation in mourning consoling speech says space program to go on

    President Reagan joined the nation in mourning the death of the seven shuttle astronauts but said the tragedy will not diminish America's commitment to space exploration. ''Today is a day for mourning and remembering,'' Reagan told a national...