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1.CIA/Torture Whistleblower John Kiriakou Reports to Prison Today
Today, Feb. 28, CIA/torture whistleblower John Kiriakou will report to the Federal Correctional Institute in Loretto, Pennsylvania, to begin a 30-month prison term. Kiriakou's attorney, GAP National Security & Human Rights Director Jesselyn Radack, and NSA whistleblower Tom Drake (who was also charged under the Espionage Act) will accompany Kiriakou ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 03/01 07:17PM - Story - 10,241 Hits
2.Taos, NM: Unconventional Yet Adventurous Spring Break Destination for 2013
For spring break, many families and students alike are looking to create memorable vacations. Taos, New Mexico has a variety of one-of-a-kind adventures – ranging from creative, to cultural, to active, and playful – that offer a rejuvenating break from the stressors of school or work. Taos, New Mexico recently ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 02/15 10:48AM - Story - 1,549 Hits
3.Win a Two-Day Guided Gulf Coast Fishing Trip and Star in Cabela’s Fisherman’s Handbook TV Show
Cabela’s Fishermen’s Handbook TV show host Wade Middleton A grand prize that includes a two-day guided fishing trip this summer in the famed fishing grounds around Venice, Louisiana, and a spot on the Cabela’s Fisherman’s Handbook TV Show are up for grabs in the BoatUS Angler “Star for a Day” ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 03/31 06:06PM - Story - 1,103 Hits
4.How the Left Fakes the Hate: A Primer
If you can't stand the heat, manufacture a hate-crime epidemic. After years of covering racial hoaxes on college campuses and victim sob stories in the public arena, I've encountered countless opportunists who live by that demented mindset. At best, the fakers are desperately seeking 15 minutes of infamy. At worst, ...
by Michelle Malkin on 03/26 11:00AM - Story - 1,599 Hits
5.The Man Who Could Topple Jack Murtha
A jaw-dropping political miracle may be on the horizon. No, I'm not talking about the second coming of the Obamessiah. I'm talking about the long-deserved comeuppance of troop-smearing, pork-feasting, scandal-tainted Democratic Rep. Jack Murtha of Pennsylvania. The 18-term congressman's challenger, staunch conservative Republican newcomer William Russell, raised nearly $670,000 in ...
by Michelle Malkin on 07/23 09:56AM - Story - 1,913 Hits
6.Beauty salon program helps women escape their abusers
THE KINDEST CUT OF ALL Nicol Wiley headed for the break room at her cosmetology school in Poway, Calif. There, she found a young woman. She had asked for Wiley, her instructor at the school. "What's going on?" Wiley asked. When the young woman took off her sunglasses, she took ...
by Anonymous on 03/14 11:00AM - Story - 4,547 Hits
7.Retirement community's care packages deliver materials and a message of support
WAR BONDS The other night, 88-year-old Les Tenney cruised his local 99 Cent Store's aisles. He was hunting for the right items: Graham crackers. Microwave popcorn. Women's black underwear, 15 pair. "What do you think those people in the 99 Cent Store thought when he came up with all those ...
by Anonymous on 11/01 12:52AM - Story - 5,295 Hits
8.Getting a story gets them killed
FREEDOM TO REPORT LOS ANGELES - Bassam Sebti told all his Baghdad neighbors that he worked at an Internet cafe but constantly feared they'd find out the life-or-death truth. In case he was being tailed, he never drove to his office, instead looking over his shoulder as he walked to ...
by Anonymous on 07/09 10:57AM - Story - 2,125 Hits
9.Innate or learned, recognition begins almost at birth
Within hours of birth, most newborns have begun to imitate the facial expressions of adults. Soon they will start to distinguish between familiar faces and those of strangers. They will gaze longest at their mothers and display a notable preference for attractive people. These early-in-life abilities are well-documented, yet they ...
by Anonymous on 03/19 01:42AM - Story - 6,010 Hits
10.Practice makes perfect for student surgeons
PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT Dr. Lori Cudone held one end of an endoscope with her left hand and practiced working the controls with her right as she maneuvered the thin, flexible tube around several corners. Cudone, in her first year of a five-year surgical residency at Southern Illinois University School of ...
by Anonymous on 02/26 07:14AM - Story - 4,773 Hits
11.Three families try to cope with Asperger syndrome
LIFE WITH ASPERGER’S Erika Banina grimaced as she attempted an immobilizing grip on her son Jonathan, who thrashed on her lap fighting against both the unwelcome restraint and whatever demons inhabit his mysteriously wired brain. "No, mommy, no, mommy, no, mommy, no, mommy," Jonathan, who is 4, screamed repeatedly. "Why? ...
by Anonymous on 01/08 12:50AM - Story - 8,151 Hits
12.Animal-rights activists stir the pot over foie gras
DELICACY OR DISGUSTING When it's prepared just right, a piece of foie gras has a buttery texture and a rich hazelnut flavor; it becomes sublime on a toasty piece of bread with a tart fruit puree and maybe a glass of sweet wine from Sauternes. Bertrand Hug grew up eating ...
by Anonymous on 10/28 12:25AM - Story - 7,178 Hits
13.Bedside manner a critical condition of good medical care
WHEN THE NEWS IS BAD With each new medical school graduating class, the American public can anticipate a broader scope of physicians who have learned empathy and sensitivity as well as cutting-edge science. That should be a comfort to patients who look to their doctors for emotional support when the ...
by Anonymous on 10/02 12:10AM - Story - 2,422 Hits
14.World Golf Hall of Famer Greg Norman to Make Appearance at Paramus Golf Galaxy S
... will offer expert golf tips and take questions from the audience. One lucky audience member will receive a free on-site golf lesson with Mr. Norman, which will be videotaped by The Golf Channel. Chris Carlin will broadcast live from the event. The event is free and open to the public.
by Paramus Post on 08/16 02:02PM - Story - 2,616 Hits
15.'Failure to Launch' never cleared the pad
‘FAILURE TO LAUNCH’ The trouble with the romantic comedy "Failure to Launch" (Paramount, 3 stars) is that right away a sizable audience is alienated. There are the adult males who still live at home - they won't go see the movie because they would have to pay for it. There ...
by Robert J Hawkins on 06/26 09:05AM - Story - 3,260 Hits
16.Ornithologist stays hot on trail of a special species
SPECIAL BIRD At 1:15 p.m. on Feb. 27, 2004, Tim Gallagher of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and a friend, Bobby Harrison, were paddling canoes in a boggy Arkansas wilderness called Bayou de View when, less than 100 feet away, a large black-and-white bird flew directly in front of them. ...
by Anonymous on 03/20 02:54AM - Story - 3,883 Hits
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