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BOSTON - See ya Wednesday. With J.R. Smith suspended and Carmelo Anthony failing to show up either, the Knicks failed to sweep the Celtics. Everyone but Anthony stepped up in Smith's absence to... Full Story The chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee said Sunday that the FBI is investigating in the United States and overseas to determine whether the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing...
The Daily Exclusive: Tragedy spurs proposal
(Jamie Rohrs describes ordeal in the audio player above) A young man proposed to his wounded girlfriend in her hospital bed yesterday after the couple and their young children survived the theater shooting in Colorado.
Perhaps this post is due to the sure-fire signs of a sick mind but so be it. I had 1313 followers on Twitter for a day or so this week. As a result I couldn't help but think of 1313 Mockingbird Lane, the address of the ever-fabulous Munsters family featured in the classic television series of the same name, which ran from 1964 to 1966.
Letter from Croatia: backhander
We left the town planning office perplexed by the official's obfuscation, and without his signature on our Projekt - the papers that would finalise our building permission. This time we were not asked to sit; files were stacked high on the chairs as well as the floor.
Yankees' Pettitte out 6 weeks with broken ankle
NEW YORK (AP) - New York Yankees starter Andy Pettitte broke his left ankle and is expected to miss at least six weeks after he was hit by a line drive during Wednesday's game against the Cleveland Indians.The Yankees say they expect the break to heal without surgery.
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LAST WEEK'S POLL Penner, Mirante, D'Arcy . . . High-Level Resignations Mean . . . 35% Nothing At All. Always Happened. Always Will 17% Our Industry Sucks At Succession Planning 47% We'll See More As Mergers Grow GlobeSt.com Viewers See More C-Suite Turnover NEW YORK CITY-Nearly two-thirds of respondents to a GlobeSt.com poll said recent high-level resignations either portend more to come or prove that the industry needs to work on succession planning.
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Sean Stone, son of controversial director Oliver Stone, converted to Islam in Iran last week... Some of Lincoln Center's best looks were seen after the shows, on celebs, fashion editors, and... A missing potato peeler set off a major security scare at a prison where do-or-die chef Gordon...
Book Reviews Aren't Dead (Just Ask The Wall Street Journal)
Peter Osnos - Peter Osnos is a journalist turned book editor/publisher. He spent 18 years working at various bureaus for The Washington Post before founding Public Affairs Books. More Peter Osnos is founder and editor at large of PublicAffairs books and a media fellow at The Century Foundation which distributes this weekly "Platform" column.
Julian Assange On 'The Simpsons': WikiLeaks Chief Making Guest Appearance
In a casting coup for the ages, "The Simpsons" managed to snag a guest appearance from none other than WikiLeaks chief Julian Assange. Entertainment Weekly reports that Assange will play himself in the show's upcoming 500th episode. It's quite a feat -- not only is Assange a rather reclusive figure, but he is currently under house arrest in England.
Giants, Patriots prove it’s game of inches
INDIANAPOLIS - You have to start here: third-and-5, the ball resting on the Dallas 25-yard-line, late in the evening of Dec. 11 inside Cowboys Stadium. There are two minutes and 25 seconds left in the game, and the Cowboys lead the Giants 34-29, and the Giants have just taken their second timeout.
At UMass, Giants' Cruz was always in control
At first, as he watched the play unfold on the television screen, Liam Coen was just like any other football fan who has grown enamored with the work of Victor Cruz this season: He heard himself screaming mindlessly, shaking fists at the set.
Oh Great: A Killer Swarm of Synchronized Quadrotor Drones
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How Your Cat Is Making You Crazy
Jaroslav Flegr is no kook. And yet, for years, he suspected his mind had been taken over by parasites that had invaded his brain. So the prolific biologist took his science-fiction hunch into the lab. What he’s now discovering will startle you.