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  • SC Line expands beyond cargo at Fort Lauderdale seaport

    SC Line expands beyond cargo at Fort Lauderdale seaport
    A cargo shipping line that serves Port Everglades has upgraded to a bigger vessel that now lets passengers book cabins for a four-day trip to Panama. Want to ride a cargo ship from Fort Lauderdale overseas? A cargo shipping line that serves Port...
  • Tickets sell out for train from downtown Denver to slopes

    All 400 tickets were sold within 12 hours for a one-day, roundtrip ski-train excursion from downtown Denver to Winter Park, according to spokesmen for the resort and Amtrak. The response helps build the case for resuming a regular alternative to...
  • Ask Tom: What was the weather like the day of the Eastland disaster?

    Dear Tom, The recently discovered video of the Eastland disaster shows the day to be overcast. What was the weather like the day the Eastland sank? — Steve Ignots, Elk Grove Village Dear Steve, It was nearly a century ago when the fully loaded...
  • The best and worst of Metra's on-time performance

    The best and worst of Metra's on-time performance
    Commuters who took Metra's Electric District Line trains to and from the south suburbs averaged only about one late train a month in 2014, while BNSF Line riders in the west suburbs experienced more than one late train a week. The lines were Metra's...
  • Susan Rice, Samantha Power to address AIPAC meeting

    In a move that may ease — or exacerbate — spiraling tensions with Israel over a potential Iran nuclear deal, the White House has decided against snubbing America's leading pro-Israel lobby and will send President Barack Obama's national...
  • With KU back in control of Big 12 lead, Jayhawks prepare for 'high drama' in final three games

    LAWRENCE, Kan. Bill Self hunkered down at his office until close to 9 p.m. on Wednesday night, looking over scouting reports, organizing game plans, and worrying about the little details that can keep a coach's mind occupied in late February. As the...
  • Christie reacts to bad press, says fundraising going fine

    Gov. Chris Christie appeared on his monthly "Ask the Governor" radio show Wednesday evening, a day after delivering his annual budget address. The potential Republican presidential contender was asked about his fundraising efforts and some of the negative...
  • Putin paradise becomes economic no-go zone where cash rules

    MOSCOW Nearly a year after Russia annexed Crimea, Moscow's man here, Oleg Saveliev, is struggling with a seemingly mundane task: paying bills. Like everyone on this disputed Black Sea peninsula, the minister for Crimea is living in an economic no man's...
  • Vintage WWII planes return to Leesburg airport

    Vintage WWII planes return to Leesburg airport
    LEESBURG — The old warbirds are coming back. The Wings of Freedom Tour returns Friday to Leesburg International Airport, allowing residents a chance to admire vintage World War II planes including the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, Consolidated B-24...
  • Indie perfumers bottle nature's mysterious, sexy scents

    SEATTLE Nicole Miller and Aaron Way, the masterminds behind Seattle's Blackbird brand of edgy perfumes and incense, work in an atmosphere redolent of beautiful gloom. Approaching the black bungalow that serves as the headquarters for the online...
  • Tess Frame: 6 things the person next to you is paying less for

    You're in line at the grocery store and you are loading the items from your basket to the conveyor belt when you notice that the person in front of you has all the same items and is charged just $20. You laugh with the checker at the strange coincidence,...