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  • Amtrak Service Between NYC And Boston Suspended Until Saturday

    Amtrak Service Between NYC And Boston Suspended Until Saturday
    Amtrak decided to cancel service between NYC and Boston until Saturday, issuing the following press release: All Amtrak service between New York and Boston is suspended until Saturday, July 23, due to damage from a heavy truck that struck the overhead...
  • Nearly 700 Same-Sex Couples Tie Knot In NYC

    Nearly 700 Same-Sex Couples Tie Knot In NYC
    On the first day of the marriage equality law, New York City wed a record 659 couples. 484 were married by State Court Judges who volunteered their time to be part of the event. New York is the sixth and largest state in the nation to legalize same sex...
  • Chris Brown's new concert tour will include an October date in Virginia Beach

    Chris Brown's new concert tour will include an October date in Virginia Beach
    Virginia's own Chris Brown will play Virginia Beach on Oct. 9 according to a press release issued today, Aug. 10. The R&B-pop singer who has rebounded from personal troubles to once again make smash hit tunes will launch his "F.A.M.E." tour Sept. 12 in...
  • Archivists scramble after men accused of stealing historic documents

    Archivists scramble after men accused of stealing historic documents
    On an invitingly bright summer day, the reading room at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania starts filling up nonetheless as soon as the doors open: professors, Ph.D. candidates and amateur genealogists alike stream in to spend hours perusing the...
  • Who Lobbied Against Paid Sick Days?

    It looks like some of Connecticut's food service workers won't have to choose between staying home when they are sick and losing a day of pay. Last week the state Senate passed a bill requiring companies with over 50 employees to offer a week of paid sick...
  • Tiny T. rex fossil found in China, scientists say

    About 125 million years ago, a tiny version of Tyrannosaurus rex roamed what is now northeastern China. Tiny, that is, by T. rex standards -- you still wouldn't want to meet it face to face. Described by paleontologist Paul Sereno as "punk size," this...
  • 2010 Good Eating awards

    Good Eating salutes those people in the Chicago-area food and beverage world who are making a difference through their passion, vision and commitment to quality. This year's awards go to a range of experts, including entrepreneurs, auctioneers,...
  • Donald C. Alexander dies at 87; former IRS chief who battled Nixon administration

    Donald C. Alexander, the Internal Revenue Service commissioner who successfully fought the Nixon administration's attempts to use tax audits and investigations to punish its political enemies, died of cancer Tuesday at his home in Washington, D.C. He...
  • Claude S. Brinegar dies at 82; former oil executive and Cabinet secretary

    Claude S. Brinegar, a former oil industry executive and the nation's third transportation secretary, who helped enact the controversial 55-mph speed limit during the Arab oil embargo in the 1970s, died of natural causes Friday at a retirement community in...
  • Ted Kennedy endorses Obama, citing his 'extraordinary gifts'

    Declaring that "it is time for a new generation of leadership" in America, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy endorsed Sen. Barack Obama for president Monday, wrapping the young politician in the mantle of America's best-known political dynasty. He was joined in a...
  • U.S. shares blame for Mexico drug violence, Clinton says

    U.S. shares blame for Mexico drug violence, Clinton says
    In candid comments aimed at reassuring a sensitive neighbor, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton accepted Wednesday that the United States shares blame for Mexico's drug violence, and promised more equipment and support to help the country's war...