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Reuters(Reuters) - Now that Detroit's emergency manager has laid out a tough road that could include a bankruptcy filing for the city, the bondholders, pension managers and others with a stake in the outcome are left to assess his next steps while seeking to...
ROME — Each day, Giacomo Di Giralomo makes a point of asking, "Where are you, Matteo?" on his talk radio show, which is broadcast across western Sicily. It's a question that the police are asking with greater urgency as they seek Matteo Messina...
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When an auto-racing accident results in a fatality, emotions ripple through the sport at all levels. One that rarely surfaces is fear. The death of longtime NASCAR driver Jason Leffler in a sprint-car race at Bridgeport Speedway in New Jersey this...
I will never forget Mother's Day 1997. Ironically, it was the first day that I took responsibility as a father — sort of my first Father's Day. My oldest son, Jared, was born two days prior, and now it was my role to safely transport both babe and...
Tags: Mother's Day, Father's Day, Religion and Belief, Bible, Family
Eyewitness SportsThe Wichita Wingnuts (17-10) split a double header with the St. Paul Saints (15-12) at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium on Friday night, winning the opener 7-2 and falling in the nightcap 3-2. Highlights and Postgame Comments From Kevin Hooper In game one,...
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email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A high number of dog bites in three Springfield areas might force the post office to put in community mailboxes. In less than a year, the postmaster says, 15 mail carriers were bitten. Eight of those happened in one neighborhood...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A program that has been providing women with a safe place to sleep since October 2011 is asking for more volunteers to keep the program going. Through the program offered through the Council of Churches of the Ozarks, buses pick up...
Tags: Religion and Belief
Reporter and PhotographerIt's a scary thought-- the person who agrees to be your sober driver isn't sober. A new study shows many designated drivers end up drinking and driving. Researchers from the University of Florida spent three months surveying bar-goers and determined a...
Autoblog.comFiled under: Safety, Technology Technology has become so mobile that we bring it everywhere we go, including behind the wheel of our cars. Thus, the cell phone in our pocket has become the main target of anti-distracted driving advocates, as making and...
Reuters* Wall Street slips; world equity index heads for 4th weekly loss * Sentiment fragile ahead of Fed meeting next week * Dollar heads for worst week since early 2010 vs yen By Wanfeng Zhou NEW YORK, June 14 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks fell and the dollar...
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