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  • Tropical Storm Don Fizzles Over South Texas

    Tropical Storm Don Fizzles Over South Texas
    MCALLEN, Texas -- Sunshine and warm temperatures returned to rain-starved South Texas after Tropical Storm Don fizzled across the region before dawn Saturday, the National Weather Service said. Don left less than an inch of rain across much of the...
  • A Heat Wave Break For A Day

    Well it's been an eventful 24 hours, with heavy rainfall up towards the N of the KC area and some scattered, at best, showers around the metro...now things are settling down and starting to warm-up again with readings in the middle 80s as of this...
  • READ: Mayor Michael Bloomberg's Address On Young Men's Initiative

    READ: Mayor Michael Bloomberg's Address On Young Men's Initiative
    The following is Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg's address as prepared for delivery today at a breakfast co-hosted by the Council of Urban Professionals and the New America Alliance at the offices of Kirkland & Ellis LLP Thank you, Timothy, and good morning....
  • Danny Hoch and 'Taking Over': He's a stranger in a strange land

    Danny Hoch and 'Taking Over': He's a stranger in a strange land
    As Danny Hoch ambles through Echo Park, a familiar sight catches his eye. Although he's far from his home in the Williamsburg area of Brooklyn, Hoch instantly recognizes the telltale signs of approaching urban Armageddon: pasty-faced guys in porkpie hats,...
  • Himan Brown dies at 99; pioneer symbolizes 'an entire era of dramatic radio entertainment'

    Himan Brown dies at 99; pioneer symbolizes 'an entire era of dramatic radio entertainment'
    Himan Brown, the pioneer radio producer and director of "Grand Central Station," "Inner Sanctum Mysteries" and other popular shows of the 1930s and '40s who returned to the airwaves three decades later with " CBS Radio Mystery Theater," has died. He was...
  • Kitchen face lift can make all the difference

    Kitchen face lift can make all the difference
    What do you love about your kitchen? There's probably some aspect that you truly appreciate, since most of us spend a considerable amount of time in the kitchen — whether it's to cook or entertain. The kitchen is now the place to gather, entertain,...
  • Mexican town offers illegal immigration simulation adventure

    Mexican town offers illegal immigration simulation adventure
    Gunshots ring out and sirens shriek, mixing with the ragged breath of muddy, panting humans. Suddenly, the full moon sweeping the ground like a searchlight reveals a disturbing scene: a group of illegal immigrants being handcuffed and led away by U.S....
  • Presidents -- the good and the bad

    Presidents -- the good and the bad
    We tend to lionize or demonize our presidents. It would be tough to find many Abraham Lincoln detractors -- or, for that matter, many Warren G. Harding fans. But even our greatest heroes occasionally failed, and the worst presidents could boast of some...
  • Teen Busted for Selling Pot Door-to-Door

    Teen Busted for Selling Pot Door-to-Door
    Brownsville, TEXAS -- A teen in Texas was busted for trying to sell pot door-to-door after knocking on a police officer's door peddling his product. Anthony Carrazco, 19, was arrested for trying to sell three ounces of pot. Texas police said after...
  • Obama seeks to turn the tables in Ohio and Texas

    Obama seeks to turn the tables in Ohio and Texas
    With the Democratic presidential race about to enter another crucial phase of voting, Barack Obama has launched a newly aggressive strategy to undermine two pillars of support for rival Hillary Rodham Clinton: Latinos and working-class white voters. Each...
  • Clinton camp splits on message

    Before the Iowa caucuses, senior aides to Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton fell into a heated argument during a 7:30 a.m. conference call about the basic message their candidate was delivering to voters. Mark Penn, chief strategist and pollster, liked...