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The face of Coles' "feed your family" advertising campaign is hosting American reality show Top Chef Masters, in-between doing the rounds of global food expos and top-rating TV.
As we reported previously, Tim Cook and two other Apple executives appeared before Congress earlier this week to discuss Apple's tax practices.
One day after his administration publicly acknowledged that the U.S. drone program had killed 4 U.S. citizens, one of whom was specifically targeted, President Obama is scheduled to deliver a 2:00 PM ET speech at the National Defense University on the future of the program and U.S. counterterrorism policy more generally.
Peter Leggeria, Peter Orlovsky, and Spain Rodriguez lay out a copy of the "East Village Other" . When the great poet Lucille Clifton died, the New York Times said that she was a member of a group of Buffalo black intellectuals.
A never-before-published book by writer Pearl S. Buck will be released after being discovered in a storage unit.
Now King is finding it hard to believe Inhofe can support money for tornado relief after the storm that devastated Moore, Oklahoma.
James Bennett, an award-winning illustrator and graduate graduate of Bucks County Community College, will address the 2013 graduating class at commencement on Thursday.
An Army sergeant at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point has been accused of videotaping female cadets in the shower, a defense official said on Wednesday, the latest in a series of sex-related incidents that has rocked the military.
Throughout the tenure of George W. Bush, many of us to the left of center warned that unchecked presidential power was putting Americans' civil liberties in jeopardy.
No kidding! The New York Times belatedly wades into the Obama administration's attack on James Rosen and Fox News as unindicted co-conspirator in an espionage case.
Aiming to be the world's largest publisher of Christian comics and biblical-worldview graphic novels, Kingstone Comics announces its June launch of Eternity, the first graphic novel by New York Times best-selling author, Randy Alcorn.
Afghan officials have reportedly found the footless body of a local man who went missing a half-year ago.
Chicago natives Plain White T's have been making the ladies swoon since their 2007 number-one hit "Hey There Delilah" went platinum and lead singer Tom Higgenson made every guy feel dumb they hadn't come up with such sweetly simple metaphors for their own gals.
JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s chairman and chief executive Jamie Dimon looks set to win a vote about whether he gets to keep his chairman title, the New York Times reported on Tuesday.