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  • Midterm madness: The politics of snowmobiles and chickens

    With the U.S. battling militants in the Middle East and muddling through a less-than-spectacular economic recovery at home, let us pause for a moment to consider the issues of snowmobiling, errant chickens and a disputed 12-year-old paint job.
  • Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu teams up with father for campaign ad

    One of Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu’s greatest assets in her difficult reelection battle is her family legacy, and a folksy new ad featuring her father shows that she intends to remind voters of her deep political roots. Landrieu’s father,...

    Builder in Chinese drywall case wants to build more homes in Parkland

    Builder in Chinese drywall case wants to build more homes in Parkland
    John Willis was angry when he learned the company that built his house – the home he wanted to raise his two young boys in – used tainted Chinese drywall that he said made his family sick. He was outraged when internal documents presented...

    Actor loves New Zealand, Cook Islands

    Actor loves New Zealand, Cook Islands
    Christopher Gorham has a good theory about stardom: "When people ask me, 'Are you famous?' I'm like, 'Well, I guess, no." The 36-year-old California-based actor is shooting the second season of the spy series "Covert Affairs," which airs on the USA...

    Universal Mardi Gras tips: Make a party plan

    Universal Mardi Gras tips: Make a party plan
    Packing a laid-back attitude and setting priorities can make Universal Mardi Gras a nice evening with thousands of your closest, party-Mardi friends. Here are tips to guide you. Arrive early The parade starts at 8 p.m. (9 p.m. on April 16 and 23), but...