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  • Where Do the Worst Drivers Live?

     
    Look out, Washington, D.C., motorists: According to an Allstate Insurance study, your drivers are the worst in the nation, Forbes reports. In the insurance company's eighth annual America's Best Drivers Report, our nation's capital led the list of...
  • Bill Could Banish Those Impossible Latch Anchors

     
    A federal highway bill that passed Congress last month could improve the safety of children in child-safety seats during a side-impact crash ??? and make it easier for parents to install those child seats. The bill calls on the National......
  • This Week's Most-Read Stories

     
    Looking to avoid another car accident? Then don't drive in Washington, D.C., New Jersey or California. They're home to some of the nation???s worst drivers, according to Allstate Insurance. Continue reading about that, and our other most-read stories of...
  • Automakers Adapt Car Horns for Global Drivers

     
    When was the last time you honked your horn? If you live in Fort Collins, Colo., it may have been weeks or even months ago as opposed to Washington, D.C., where you probably honked your way through the morning commute.......
  • Tuesday's Ten: What now?

     
    Market reactions overnight indicate that investors still believe Congress will eventually approve a plan. Bloomberg is going for a third term, according to the NYPost -- framing the effort as a man answering the call in a crisis. Is......
  • Palin Taxes: Per diems not reported

     
    Gov. Palin, as previously reported, has charged the state $16,951 for more than 300 nights spent at her home in Wasilla since being elected governor because she usually works in nearby Anchorage and, under state policy, is entitled to......
  • Crist-Obama hug Part 2: The back story

     
    So, how exactly did former Republican governor Charlie Crist reprise his infamous hug with President Obama on the campaign trail over the weekend? Crist said his role in this election came about with an improptu cold call to the White......
  • Sarah Palin: 'Frugal' and plowing through

     
    by Jill Zuckman PITTSBURGH -- Sarah Palin, the Republican nominee for vice president, sat for an interview with the Tribune in which she spoke at length about her advocacy for children with special needs, such as her own son, spoke......
  • McCain makes one last campaign swing

     
    by Jill Zuckman Grand Junction, Colo. - Accompanied by his 96-year-old mother, Roberta, and a retinue of friends and family, Sen. John McCain made his last campaign trip of the 2008 election, dropping in on this Republican community to pump......
  • Inauguration hotel rooms: Pennsylvania

     
    by Andrew Zajac Pennsylvania tourism types used to boast that "You've Got A Friend in Pennsylvania". More recently, the Keystone state's marketing mavens have asserted that "America Begins Here." Those catchphrases could stand a little freshening up for...
  • It's Official: David Gregory to "Meet the Press"

     
    NBC has named David Gregory as moderator of "Meet the Press," just about a half hour before this ayem's edition with Tom Brokaw and Barack Obama. The appointment is effective immediately. "I'm honored and deeply humbled as I take......