Delamar recalls Great Depression.
Vegas beware: this writer beats the odds
In 1967, Richard Reynolds, a retired logger who lives with his wife Carolyn in Donaldson, Ark., enlisted in the Marine Corps at the age of 18. After a six-week boot camp in California, he was sent to Da Nang, Vietnam, where he remained until 1970.
Last month, Ebony Wilkerson, a pregnant mother of three, drove her minivan into the ocean off the coast of Daytona Beach, Fla. The South Carolina woman and her three children—ages 3, 9 and 11—were all in the van. Their lives were saved by a couple...
During the violence-laden years between 1984 and 1996, policymakers scrambled to find a way to throttle crime. In 1991, the national murder rate was 9.8 per 100,000 people. By 2012, the rate fell to 4.7, according to FBI data.
Motive is the most important element of any action.I find myself more concerned about why people do things instead of merely what they do.
Our besotted sports writer has an idea on what to do since your bracket is shot.
The Rev. Fred Phelps, provocateur-in-chief of the Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kan., recently died at 84. The death of a pastor from a tiny Kansas church normally wouldn’t be national news, but Phelps and his flock gained infamy for turning...
Earlier this month President Barack Obama set a record that if I become commander in chief will never be broached. He spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin for more than 90 minutes about the invasion of the Crimean region of the Ukraine.
I’m re-thinking my poppy seed bagel habit.I’m also concerned about the gin and tonics I like to drink on my deck during hot weather.
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