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Regan Smith

Regan Smith, of Cato, New York, is a race car driver for NASCAR. He drives the #78 Furniture Row Chevrolet Impala for Furniture Row racing. In 2008 Smith was the Sprint Cup Series Rookie of the Year.
Regan Smith, of Cato, New York, is a race car driver for NASCAR. He drives the #78 Furniture Row Chevrolet Impala for Furniture Row racing. In 2008 Smith was the Sprint Cup Series Rookie of the Year. « Show less
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  • Obama has painted himself into a foreign policy corner [Commentary]

    Obama has painted himself into a foreign policy corner [Commentary]
    The Arab Spring is over. Welcome to the Jihadi Spring. Across a huge swath of what, up until recently, had been known as Iraq and Syria, a transnational movement of Sunni Islamic extremists has taken control. The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS)...
  • Naperville police blotter: Dog bite, tossed napkin holder, and more

    Naperville police blotter: Dog bite, tossed napkin holder, and more
    The following items were taken from Naperville police reports: A radio was stolen from a vehicle in the 1000 block of Heritage Hill Drive between 6:15 p.m. June 4 and 6:15 a.m. June 5. Four people in a vehicle in the 500 block of Kiowa Drive were...
  • The heavy price of our folly in Iraq

    WASHINGTON -- The can of worms that George W. Bush cracked open in Iraq in 2003, which Barack Obama tried to close and essentially gave up on by the end of 2011, is now spilling over into a major Middle East catastrophe. A Sunni insurgency has rocked the...
  • Army names Mount Hebron grad Waagbo first women's coach

    Mount Hebron graduate and former Duke standout Kristen Waagbo has been named the first women's lacrosse coach at Army. Waagbo will guide the Knights into their first season as a varsity program in 2016. They'll compete in the Patriot League, which...
  • UPDATE: Poquoson wins 6-0, plays for 3A state title, Tabb girls soccer loses 1-0 in OT

    UPDATE: Poquoson wins 6-0, plays for 3A state title, Tabb girls soccer loses 1-0 in OT
    Poquoson beat Tunstall 6-0 Friday evening to advance to Saturday's 3A state championship baseball game in Lynchburg. The Islanders face Loudoun Valley at 10 a.m. Poquoson led 2-0 in the top of the seventh inning when Michael Nestor hit a three-run...
  • Late Friday UPDATE: Multi-sport high school results

    Baseball State semifinals: Group 4A (at Liberty University): Millbrook 10, Grafton 3 Hanover 6, Sherando 2 Group 3A (at Liberty University): Loudoun Valley 3, William Byrd 1 Poquoson 6, Tunstall 0 Group 2A (at Kiwanis Park in Salem): Virginia High of...
  • Just what are Obama's options in Iraq?

    President Obama said Thursday that the administration was considering "all options," including military action, to help the government of Iraq fend off advancing Sunni Muslim extremists. But we would be surprised — and disappointed — if the...
  • Obama has painted himself into a foreign-policy corner

    The Arab Spring is over. Welcome to the Jihadi Spring. Across a huge swath of what, up until recently, had been known as Iraq and Syria, a transnational movement of Sunni Islamic extremists has taken control. The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS)...
  • Fight over fighting's role in evolution enters round two

    Did evolution hand man a face that’s fit to take a punch? David R. Carrier, a University of Utah biologist who specializes in comparative biomechanics, believes that shortly after human-like primates stopped swinging from trees, they swung at each...
  • Quinn 'wasn't happy' about ex-IDOT chief stepdaughter hiring

    Quinn 'wasn't happy' about ex-IDOT chief stepdaughter hiring
    Gov. Pat Quinn said today that he “wasn’t happy” that the stepdaughter of former Illinois Department of Transportation Secretary Ann Schneider was hired by the agency, but maintained he did not ask his top aide to step aside. The...
  • Trials and triumphs at West Point

    Trials and triumphs at West Point
    In 1976, the United States Military Academy at West Point admitted its first female cadets. Now, nearly 40 years later, women represent less than one out of every five cadets. In his debut novel, former US Naval Intelligence Officer J.E. Bandy, Jr....