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  • From the archive: A mother's heartbreak

    In the front window of a modest brick two-flat on Chicago's West Side hangs a handmade sign with fading pictures of a smiling 15-year-old Yasmin Acree that says "we miss u." The honor student and kind of girl who made her bed every morning and hung out...
  • Budget resolution may be near, sources say

    Budget resolution may be near, sources say
    Just hours before a midnight deadline, congressional leaders and White House officials were “on the way to resolving” a key sticking point in a budget dispute that has threatened a government shutdown this weekend, a senior Democratic official...
  • Everyone into the pool: Rick Perry latest Republican to flirt with presidential campaign

    Everyone into the pool: Rick Perry latest Republican to flirt with presidential campaign
    Gov. Rick Perry of Texas on Friday said he's thinking more seriously about a presidential run, making him the latest in a growing roster of Republicans suddenly giving the 2012 campaign a look. Texas' longest-serving governor, Perry took office in 2000...
  • Last-minute deal averts government shutdown

    Last-minute deal averts government shutdown
    Congressional negotiators struck a last-minute deal to fund the government for the rest of the fiscal year, congressional leaders and the White House said late Friday, averting a threatened shutdown. The House and Senate are expected to approve a seven-...
  • Bill Barich's 'Long Way Home' started with John Steinbeck's 'Travels With Charley'

    Bill Barich's 'Long Way Home' started with John Steinbeck's 'Travels With Charley'
    American author Bill Barich, a resident of Ireland these past nine years, was rummaging through a local secondhand shop in the summer of 2008 when he stumbled across a "beat up old copy" of "Travels With Charley," John Steinbeck's late-in-life attempt...
  • Goshen College dumps 'Star-Spangled Banner' as too bombastic, prefers 'America the Beautiful'

     
    The Mennonite institution rejects war and the military, opts for a poem about beauty....
  • Auditions: ‘A Christmas Story: The Musical’ tour seeks children

     
    Here's an audition notice for children who would like to participate in a touring production of “A Christmas Story, The Musical!” One of the stops on the tour, which runs Nov. 8-Dec. 30, is in Tampa. The auditions are done online. Here's the...
  • UCF engineering program ranked high for Hispanic students

     
    Hispanic Business magazine ranked the University of Central Florida College of Engineering and Science at the top of its list of “Best Engineering Schools” in the September 2010 edition of its national publication. UCF officials welcomed the reco...
  • FL included in cooked beef products recall. Do you have Libby Corned Beef?

     
    Sampco, Inc., a Chicago, Ill., establishment is recalling approximately 258,000 pounds of cooked beef products that were imported from an ineligible Brazilian establishment, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS)...
  • Topspin's Ian Rogers: How I met the Beastie Boys

     
    How a college nerd got invited to go on tour with the Beastie Boys....
  • Back to football and beyond the Senior Moment Game

     
    The stadium has obviously taken center stage, and the timing was good for the BOG vote, since FAU is off today and no game prep got in the way. But it might be a good time take a peek......