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Underground Cold War Relics As Doomsday Castles?

One clear threat once menaced civilization: nuclear war with the Soviet Union. The Cold War is over, but decades later, […]

Shrinking Community Grants Put Cities In A Crunch

Budget cuts approved by Congress in the past two years are trickling down to local communities, and officials there are […]

‘Life Is Really Good,’ Says Cancer Survivor, 12

When Grant Coursey was a toddler, he was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a cancer often found in young children. A tumor […]

As Gas Prices Rise, Natural Gas Vehicles Get A Boost

Interest in natural gas vehicles soared in the 1990s and then faded. Twenty years later, the cost of gasoline is […]

In Montana, A Senate Showdown And Clash Over Outsider Influence

On TV and radio in Big Sky Country, a battle is playing out that could help determine control of the […]

After Review: Michigan’s 15-15 Delegate Tie Becomes Romney 16, Santorum 14

The tussle over every last delegate in the GOP nomination battle could get ugly, if what happened in Michigan late […]

Ohio Republicans Can Vote Twice, Except Maybe If It’s For Santorum

As the GOP presidential primary settles into a potentially long slog, it’s the delegate rules that count. They worked in […]

‘Project X’: One Party, Every Parent’s Nightmare

Self-delusion is the name of the game for the little rascals at the heart of Project X, a movie about […]

‘The Salt Of Life’: Looking For Love At A Certain Age

Rome’s women have decided that Gianni, a 60-something retiree, is no longer a sexual being. Gianni begs to differ. That’s […]

‘Tim & Eric’: Cult Comedians Boldly Go Gonzo

Picture in your mind John C. Reilly, dressed in a filthy shirt that’s five sizes too small, rainbow suspenders holding […]

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