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  • Patty Hearst In The News Again, This Time As Owner Of Westminster Show Entry

    Patty Hearst In The News Again, This Time As Owner Of Westminster Show Entry
    NEW YORK — Famed and infamous heiress Patty Hearst was back in the news Monday after a dog she co-owns won its group at the Westminster Kennel Club show. A shih tzu called Rocket was picked as the top toy dog at Madison Square Garden. Hearst...
  • Good news for Loretta Young fans!

    "The best lover to have is someone who is obsessed by their work and lives two blocks away." -- Michael Ondaatje, author of "The English Patient" This is right in line with the lover who turns into a pizza at midnight. To lose "60 Minutes" genius...
  • Albert R. Hunt: Is Bush family brand a liability for Jeb's run?

    Albert R. Hunt: Is Bush family brand a liability for Jeb's run?
    The legacy matchup — Jeb versus Hillary — has politics aficionados salivating, or recoiling, with the first 2016 presidential votes almost a year away. The former secretary of state, a prohibitive favorite to win the Democratic nomination,...
  • Hail to the Chiefs: Ranking top 10 presidential athletes

    Hail to the Chiefs: Ranking top 10 presidential athletes
    Ronald Reagan was one. So was John F. Kennedy. The verdict's still out on Barack Obama, though one more first pitch might convince historians he's just a skinnier version of William Howard Taft. We're talking athletes. A sure way to tell you're not...
  • 'Kid Presidents' shares surprising tales from presidential childhoods

     'Kid Presidents' shares surprising tales from presidential childhoods
    Know about the president and the pears? Few people do. The anecdote can be traced to Herbert Hoover's childhood, and you'll find it in the new book, "Kid Presidents: True Tales of Childhood From America's Presidents" (Quirk). Its author is David...
  • Study pitches promotion of Montana's Breaks monument

    Montana is losing tourism revenue because it isn't promoting the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument enough, a new study says. Ranch and farm communities that sit on its fringes should team up to beef up promotion of themselves as gateways to...
  • Russell Westbrook's 41 helps West edge East in All-Star Game

    Russell Westbrook's 41 helps West edge East in All-Star Game
    NEW YORK -- Mixing Broadway and basketball, this NBA All-Star Game was a West Side Story. Russell Westbrook scored 41 points, one shy of the All-Star game record, and the Western Conference beat the East 163-158 on Sunday night. The Oklahoma City...
  • Legendary UNC coach Dean Smith dies at 83

    Former North Carolina basketball coach Dean Smith, who had a Hall of Fame career, was beloved by his players and became one of the nation's most revered sports figures, died Saturday evening in Chapel Hill, N.C., according to a statement released by the...
  • Russell Westbrook Leads West In Record-Breaking NBA All-Star Game

    Russell Westbrook Leads West In Record-Breaking NBA All-Star Game
    NEW YORK -- Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook scored 41 points, one shy of the NBA All-Star Game record, leading the Western Conference past the East 163-158 on Sunday night. Westbrook had a record 27 points by halftime and closed out the...
  • Remembering The UConn Team That Changed Women's Basketball

    Remembering The UConn Team That Changed Women's Basketball
    STORRS — They looked up at the video board, looked at each other and asked each other the same question. "Rebecca's like, 'It has been 20 years? That's crazy!'" Kara Wolters said. Outside Gampel Pavilion on Saturday an imperfect storm swept...
  • They lean Democratic, but one union likes Jeb Bush

    WASHINGTON Courting political power brokers at a recent closed-door meeting, Jeb Bush included one unlikely face. There among big names from the worlds of lobbying, fundraising and politics was one leader of a labor union, Harold Schaitberger, general...
  • The day five presidents showed up in Simi Valley

    The day five presidents showed up in Simi Valley
    In 1991, U.S. presidential history was made in Simi Valley. The Times called it "the ultimate photo opportunity." The presidents were drawn to California for the opening of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. The Times reported: "For the first...