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The Norwegian curling team quickly reconciled itself to their Olympic Committee's choice of uniform pants. Read more»

Any artist knows this maxim (or one like it): 'Why draw when you can suggest?' Monet continued to paint well into blindness this way. Read more»

The ripped gloves of a medical worker outside of a hospital overflowing from Haitians injured in the earthquake.

Sometimes, the difference between life and death is almost too absurd for words. Survivors of the Haiti earthquake reflect on how close they came to tragedy. Read more»

The Sulphur Springs Valley has attracted a record 40,499 wintering sandhill cranes this season, but not all of them are happy. Read more»

Former congressman and talk radio host J.D. Hayworth formally announces his primary challenge to Republican Sen. Joh McCain.

Former congressman and talk radio host J.D. Hayworth will appeal to the GOP’s conservative base, but he’ll need to tap into wallets around the state before he can mount a serious challenge to McCain, political scientists say. Read more»

A Chinese New Year celebrant has second thoughts about his purchase of headgear. Read more»

The New York Times is rumored to be working on a story that will force New York Governor David Paterson from office. The Governor says someone's out to get him. Read more»

Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda apologizes (a little bit) for his company's product quality problems Read more»

Doctors performing a heart procedure on former President Bill Clinton observed a phenomenon they are calling "the Clinton Reflex". Read more»


Our $94 million settlement with Western Union ranks as one of the most important legal agreements in Arizona's history. It will provide much needed resources for investigating and prosecuting crimes along the U.S.-Mexico border. Read more»

This is one of those few ideas that comes together all at once, completely formed, like a bolt of electricity. Maybe it's inspired by my recent trip to the Walgreen's pharmacy where, during a month of being in between insurance plans, I spent nearly $200 on two prescriptions. Go Med U.S.A.! Read more»

Another Valentine's Day approaches and we're still at war in Afghanistan and Iraq. Not exactly spreading the love, are we? Read more»

I'm not sure what disturbs me more: that we, as a society, can execute a person as nonchalantly and matter-of-factly as we do, or that modern board games can often create such stressful, high stakes situations for young players. What a world we live in. Read more»

Pac-10 commissioner Scott says new schools would have to fit 'academically and culturally.' The big question: Will snobbery or financial concerns swing the tide? Read more»

For any scofflaw, thug, or desperado, anonymity is key. Unless, of course, you've got a seamstress in the family who's just trying to be nice. Read more»

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