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Thursday, December 17

Teachers union raps Florida stimulus application over merit pay

Florida's statewide teachers union today discouraged local affiliates from endorsing the state's application for up to $700 million in federal stimulus grant money that would require teachers to adopt local merit pay plans based at least 50 percent on how each of their students do on exams. [More]

Doctors Can't Remove Needles Stuck Near Boy's Heart

A 2-year-old boy with more than 40 sewing needles stuck in him is being airlifted to another hospital in northeastern Brazil because two of the needles are close to his heart, an official said Thursday. [More]

Money robbed from Pa. bank is mailed back

Someone mailed an envelope filled with money to a western Pennsylvania bank that was robbed earlier this month, and the FBI suspects it was either the repentant robber or an acquaintance of his. [More]

Boy Shoots Himself With Pistol Hidden Behind Christmas Tree

Authorities say a 12-year-old Colorado boy accidentally shot himself in the leg while playing with a loaded pistol his parents had hidden behind the family Christmas tree. [More]

Sex-for-tix case going to trial

Susan Finkelstein sat down with undercover Officer Michael Brady at a Bucks County bar and allegedly gave him a bold confession for a first meeting, according to his testimony yesterday at her preliminary hearing. [More]

Santa more naughty than nice, says expert

Santa is promoting an unhealthy lifestyle of overeating, drinking and lack of exercise, says an Australian academic. [More]

Tiger Woods discovered his father, Earl, cheated on his mother, golfer's high school sweetheart says

Now we know where Tiger learned how to swing. More than a decade before Woods was outed as a serial philanderer, his beloved father was caught cheating on his mom, the golfer's high school girlfriend told E! News. [More]

Were Barkley, Jordan role models for Woods?

Tiger Woods’ “indiscretions” began with a pair of bad influences, claims one of his former mistresses. “He was always palling around with Charles Barkley and Michael Jordan,” the woman said. “They’re the ones who showed him the way.” It’s ironic, then, that since the scandal broke, Barkley says he and Jordan have been unable to reach Woods. [More]

Tiger’s domino effect

There are the obvious casualties from Tiger Woods’s infamous infidelity: the tarnished reputation, lost sponsors, broken marriage, angry fans, and spurned mistresses. But the fallout from Woods’s implosion stretches far beyond the orbit of the disgraced superstar, and the aftershocks carry serious implications not only for the golfing industry, but hotels, restaurants, and other merchants that depend on Tiger's draw power. [More]

Domino's Pizza delivers change in its core pizza recipe

For folks who get their jollies complaining about the taste of Domino's Pizza, the company is about to do the unthinkable. The world's largest pizza delivery chain on Wednesday announced plans to change every part of its core pizza. [More]

WordThink - Word of the Day

Temporal [tem·po·ral] adj.  Relating to, or limited by time. Lasting only for a time; not eternal.  Also: fleeting, passing, momentary, temporary, transient, short-lived. [More]

No Bond for Florida Teen Accused in Girl Scout Robbery

A judge has denied bond for a 19-year-old girl in a robbery case who first gained notoriety after Palm Beach County police accused her of robbing a Girl Scout. [More]

Sand Man Creates World's Biggest Artwork

A sand artist has drawn more than 1,000 fine lines in the Nevada desert to create the world's largest single work of art. [More]

The Dollar Bill Goes High-Tech

Counterfeiting has never been easier. All it takes these days is a fairly inexpensive color printer, some graphic design software and a willingness to spend a few decades in jail if you get caught. [More]

10 worst phrases to use at office

YouGov published its list of the 10 worst business sayings months ago. Some I more than agreed with ("thinking outside of the box," "blue-sky thinking," "heads up"); some didn't bug me too much ("at the end of the day," "going forward," "credit crunch"). [More]

Web Rumor Sparks Flood of Cards for Boy Who Isn't Dying

Amie and Ron Hadcock say they don't know where the e-mail began or how anyone got the idea that Jacob is terminally ill. [More]

Sweden Jails North Korean Diplomat for Smuggling

A Swedish court has handed eight-month jail sentences to a North Korean diplomat and his wife after they were caught trying to smuggle 230,000 cigarettes into the country. [More]

Forgery suspect used fake papers to escape

Authorities in Florida say they are investigating the events leading to a forgery suspect being released from jail due to the filing of a forged court document. [More]

Wednesday, December 16

Boy Scout, 11, returns purse with nearly $2,000

An 11-year-old North Carolina boy has found and returned a stolen purse with nearly $2,000 inside. [More]

Judge Dismisses Sexual Assault Charges Against 9-Year-Old Boy

Sexual assault charges against a 9-year-old Liberian boy accused in the gang-rape of an 8-year-old girl were dismissed on Wednesday by a juvenile court judge in Phoenix. [More]

Roy Disney, nephew of Walt Disney, dies

Roy E. Disney, the nephew of Walt Disney whose powerful behind-the-scenes influence on The Walt Disney Co. led to the departure of former chief Michael Eisner, has died. He was 79. [More]

Officer accused of faking burglary story to hide sex act in squad car

A Dallas police officer is under criminal investigation after being accused of faking a burglary report to hide the fact that he was elsewhere, allegedly having sex with a woman in his patrol car, police said. [More]

Flight attendant's call caught pilots unaware

A single call from a flight attendant to the pilots of the Northwest Airlines plane that overshot Minneapolis catapulted the cockpit crew from complacency to chaos. [More]

Woman Lay Dead in Bed for 8 Months Despite Daily Visits

Authorities are investigating why the body of an 88-year-old woman lay in her bed for up to eight months even though caretakers visited the house daily. [More]

Tiger named AP athlete of the decade

Tiger Woods was selected Wednesday as the Athlete of the Decade by members of The Associated Press in a vote that was more about 10 years of performance than nearly three weeks of salacious headlines. [More]

Senate Rejects Plan to Import Low-Cost Drugs

Obama had supported the measure as a senator, but his administration echoed safety concerns raised by the pharmaceutical industry - which is supporting the Democrats' health care bill. [More]

Doctor, wife accused of shoplifting just for kicks

When people are arrested for theft at Mayfair Mall, police often hear suspects complain of being out of work or having an addiction to drugs as reasons for their crimes. But a doctor who makes more than $150,000 per year and his wife had a different excuse: they did it for the thrill of the sport. [More]

Garth Brooks sues hospital for $500,000

Country singer Garth Brooks is suing his hometown hospital for $500,000 for breach of contract. Brooks donated the half a million to Integris Canadian Valley Regional hospital in Yukon, Oklahoma, about four years ago, according to CNN affiliate KOKH in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Brooks claims the money was supposed to go towards a hospital building that was to be named after his late mother, Colleen, who died from cancer in 1999. [More]

Energy-saving traffic lights blamed in crashes

Cities around the country that have installed energy-efficient traffic lights are discovering a hazardous downside: The bulbs don't burn hot enough to melt snow and can become crusted over in a storm — a problem blamed for dozens of accidents and at least one death. [More]

For Westerners, it’s not easy to join the Taliban

As five U.S. students are alleged to have discovered, joining Afghanistan's Taliban insurgents isn't easy for outsiders — one reason the flow of foreign fighters to Afghanistan so far is a small stream compared to the tide once seen in Iraq. [More]

Erin Andrews: I Hope Stalker Never Sees Light of Day

In a blistering statement in front of a federal judge, ESPN reporter Erin Andrews called Michael David Barrett a "sexual predator" who should "never see the light of day." [More]

WordThink - Word of the Day

Austere [aus·tere] adj.  1. Markedly simple without adornment or ornamentation. [an austere office] [an austere style of writing].  2. Strict or stern in appearance or manner [an austere critic]. [More]

Obama weighs creating commission to propose tax hikes, spending cuts

President Obama is seriously considering an executive order to create a bipartisan commission that could weigh sweeping tax increases and spending cuts to try to slash the soaring federal deficit. [More]

Obama's new pen pal: Kim Jong Il

President Barack Obama has written a personal letter to North Korean leader Kim Jong Il as part of an intense effort to draw the reclusive nation back to nuclear disarmament talks, a senior State Department official said Tuesday. [More]

Search suspended for 2 hikers lost on Mount Hood

Citing the threat of avalanches, officials Tuesday suspended the search for two hikers missing since Friday morning on Mount Hood and held out little hope they would be found alive. [More]

Drinking coffee, tea reduces Type 2 diabetes risk

The George Institute researchers have discovered that high consumption of coffee and tea is associated with a substantially reduced risk of type 2 diabetes. [More]

Tuesday, December 15

Jacksonville burglar caught in exhaust vent, died

Police say a would-be burglar has died of apparent asphyxiation after getting caught inside the exhaust vent of a Jacksonville restaurant. [More]

Randy Quaid and wife no-show in California court

Arrests warrants have been issued for actor Randy Quaid and his wife after they failed to appear for a court hearing, a prosecutor said Tuesday. [More]

Mass. 2nd-grader sent home for crucifix drawing

An 8-year-old boy was sent home from school and ordered to undergo a psychological evaluation after he was asked to make a Christmas drawing and sketched what appeared to be a stick figure of Jesus on a cross, the child's father said Tuesday. [More]

Police: Missing Utah mom's husband hinders search

The husband of a missing Utah woman is hindering the investigation because he failed to show up for an interview on the advice of his lawyer, police said Tuesday. [More]

Tiger and wife headed for permanent split

Pro golfer Tiger Woods and his wife Elin Nordegren are headed for an imminent split that will likely be permanent, according to sources who are familiar with the couple’s situation. [More]

Barkley, Spike Lee worry about Woods

iger Woods has changed his cell phone number and is not talking to some of his famous friends, NBA legend Charles Barkley said, following Woods' sex scandal that erupted last month. [More]

Another Uninvited Couple Greets Obama at White House

It was not a state dinner, and they did not crash it on purpose. Still, a couple who showed up at the White House a day early for a tour somehow wound up at an invitation-only breakfast with President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle. [More]

House votes to turn down volume of noisy TV ads

The House has voted to level off the abrupt spikes in volume felt by television viewers during commercial breaks. [More]

John Edwards buys house for former mistress

John Edwards' has reportedly purchased a home in a south Charlotte neighborhood for a woman in which he admitted to having an affair with. [More]

Man Sentenced to Life for Killing Wife Over Christmas Lights

A Virginia man who pleaded guilty to killing his wife after an argument over Christmas lights has been sentenced to life in prison. [More]

Mom Sentenced for Putting Toddler in Boiling Water

A 22-year-old North Carolina woman who put her toddler in boiling water and burned his foot with a cigarette has been sentenced to prison. [More]

Boy,14, Accused of Raping Girl at Calif. School

A 14-year-old boy is facing charges, and two school officials are on administrative leave, after authorities say a 12-year-girl was raped in a stairwell at a San Francisco Bay-area school. [More]

Inconvenient truth for Al Gore as his North Pole sums don't add up

Al Gore, speaking at the Copenhagen climate change summit, stated the latest research showed that the Arctic could be completely ice-free in five years. However, the climatologist whose work Mr Gore was relying upon has no idea where he got his numbers from - but it wasn't him. The embarrassing error cast another shadow over the conference after the controversy over the hacked e-mails, which appeared to suggest that scientists had manipulated warming data. [More]

WordThink - Word of the Day

Altruism [al·tru·ism] n.  Unselfish concern for the welfare of others; selflessness.  (also 'Altruistic'). [More]

MSNBC: Woods wired regular payments to girlfriends

According to several women who were involved with the golfer, Tiger Woods wired money to them on a monthly basis. The dollar amounts they cite range from $5,000 to $10,000 per month, and there’s talk among those women that someone out there might be getting as much as $20,000 per month. [More]


A domestic dispute at Tiger Woods’ troubled Florida home triggered a state probe by child welfare workers, while a 14th woman - a 40-something cougar - is reported to have tangled with Tiger. [More]

Tiger Inc.'s image crash to make sponsors cautious

Can companies afford the risk of signing multimillion-dollar contracts with celebrity endorsers? The self-destruction of Tiger Inc. has some saying the billion-dollar athlete may be a thing of the past. [More]

Plea deal for two in glued penis case

Two Wisconsin women accused of gluing a man's penis to his torso pleaded no contest Monday in a deal lawyers said might allow them to avoid jail time. [More]

Couple Charged After Putting Aborted Fetus in Gift Box Under Christmas Tree

A south Texas couple put an aborted 7-month-old fetus in a gift box under a Christmas tree after they were unable to flush the remains down a toilet, authorities alleged Monday. [More]

Lindsay Lohan's father arrested in NY

Police on New York's Long Island say Lindsay Lohan's father has been arrested and charged with criminal contempt, for allegedly violating an order of protection. [More]

Courtney Love loses custody of daughter

Beleaguered US rocker Courtney Love has lost custody of her 17-year-old daughter Frances Bean, child of the late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, according to court documents. [More]

Monday, December 14

Detroit Parents Demand Jail Time for Teachers Over Low Test Scores

Parents in Detroit are demanding jail time for teachers after the release of a report showing fourth and eigth-grade students with the lowest math scores in the nation, MyFoxDetroit reported Monday. [More]

DUI bar stool fetches $1,125 on eBay

The bidding on eBay topped out at more than $1,000 for a motorized bar stool that a U.S. man rode right into an arrest for drunken driving. [More]

Boxer's opponents capitalize on 'ma'am' exchange

The widely played video clip of U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer reprimanding a general for calling her "ma'am" is the gift that keeps on giving for the two Republicans hoping to challenge her next year. [More]

Adultery still a crime in New Hampshire

The original punishments — including standing on the gallows for an hour with a noose around the neck — have been softened to a $1,200 fine, yet some lawmakers think it's time for the 200-year-old crime of adultery to come off New Hampshire's books. [More]

Teacher Cuts Off Girl's Braid In Front Of Class

A Milwaukee teacher is charged with disorderly conduct after punishing a first-grader by cutting her hair. [More]

After 30 years, NJ quadriplegic hunter takes aim

In a wooded area up a dirt road off an interstate highway, Jamie Cap peers down the sight of his new shotgun at a target about 40 yards away. He adjusts the angle by nudging a toggle switch, then fires. [More]

UPS driver finds, returns $5,200

UPS driver John Piontkowski spotted a bank bag in the middle of the road while he was making deliveries in Randolph. Inside, he found $5,200 and a Bank of America deposit slip showing the money came from Stuyvesant Liquors in Jersey City. The driver took the money to the bank. [More]

Jungers: I had sex with Tiger the night his dad died

The disgraced golf great was bedding one of his many extra-marital conquests when he got the call that his beloved dad had succumbed to cancer, Jamie Jungers says. [More]

Tiger's caddy says he saw nothing, knew nothing

Golf caddy for Tiger Woods says he never saw the philandering golfer veer off the fidelity fairway. [More]

How Tiger flubbed crisis management 101

"If you made that big a mistake, you got to come out and just be contrite, be honest, and just tell the public 'I was wrong'," Tiger Woods told ESPN in a 2007 interview about Michael Vick. He didn't follow his own advice. [More]

'Tiger's Wood' porn movie mockery already in production

With the announcement of Tiger Woods' reprieve from professional golf in the wake of revelations that he had numerous mistresses, the pornography industry could not resist the temptation for a parody. [More]

WordThink - Word of the Day

Euphemism [eu·phe·mism] n.  A mild, inoffensive expression that is substituted for one that is considered harsh or offensive.  "To pass away" is a euphemism for "to die." [More]

Senate sends $1.1 trillion spending bill to Obama

The Senate on Sunday passed a $1.1 trillion spending bill with increased budgets for vast areas of the federal government, including health, education, law enforcement and veterans' programs. The Citizens Against Government Waste said those projects included construction of a county farmer's market in Kentucky, renovation of a historic theater in New York and restoration of a mill in Rhode Island. [More]

President Obama Grades Self: "A Good, Solid B-plus"

On her Christmas in Washington special on ABC last night, Oprah Winfrey asked President Obama to grade himself. "Good, solid B-plus," the president said. Explaining, he said, "we have inherited the biggest set of challenges of any president since Franklin Delano Roosevelt." [More]

New tests raise Nev. brothel's hopes for legal male prostitutes

The owner of a brothel more than two hours' drive from Las Vegas said she hopes to hire Nevada's first legal male prostitutes within a month, now that state health officials have approved a method to test men for infectious diseases. [More]

Yes, $1 million bill too good to be true

An Illinois man who found what appeared to be a $1 million bill said he waited more than four months for the government to tell him it was a fake. [More]

Sunday, December 13

Accenture ends relationship with Tiger Woods

Technology outsourcing and consulting firm Accenture Plc on Sunday said it was ending its six-year sponsorship arrangement with golfer Tiger Woods, who is embroiled in a scandal involving extra-marital affairs with numerous women. [More]

Child welfare services visits Tiger Woods' home

The Florida Department of Children and Families paid a visit to Tiger Woods' Florida home on Saturday, according to [More]

Stephen King to pay for troops' holiday trip home

Author Stephen King and his wife are donating money so 150 soldiers from the Maine Army National Guard can come home for the holidays. [More]

Man dies after choking on bag of pot during arrest

Bay County deputies say a 23-year-old man who was shocked with a stun gun died after choking on a large bag of marijuana during an attempted arrest. [More]

Gillette Phasing Out Tiger Woods From Advertisements

One of Tiger Woods' major sponsors will phase the world's most valuable athlete out of its advertisements while he takes time off to repair his personal life. [More]

WordThink - Word of the Day

Copious [co·pi·ous] adj.  Large in quantity; abundant. Abounding in matter, thoughts, or words; wordy.  "Taking copious notes during the meeting." [More]

Toddler Mauled to Death by Rottweiler

A 20-month-old Florida boy was attacked and killed by a Rottweiler, authorities said. [More]

Houston biggest US city to elect openly gay mayor

Houston became the largest U.S. city to elect an openly gay mayor, with voters handing a solid victory to City Controller Annise Parker after a hotly contested runoff. [More]

Creator of First 50-Star American Flag Dies

Robert G. Heft, who is credited with designing and sewing the first 50-star American flag, has died. He was 67. [More]

Saturday, December 12

Copenhagen climate summit: 1,200 limos, 140 private jets

The total number of limos in Copenhagen next week has already broken the 1,200 barrier. The airport says it is expecting up to 140 extra private jets during the peak period alone, so far over its capacity that the planes will have to fly off to regional airports – or to Sweden – to park, returning to Copenhagen to pick up their VIP passengers. [More]

Facebook romance ends in robbery

A Detroit man who traveled to Wisconsin for a romantic rendezvous with a woman he met on Facebook was robbed by the object of his affections, police said. [More]

Reality show mom gives birth to 19th child

An Arkansas couple featured on the reality TV show "18 Kids and Counting" now has 19. [More]

Mom of Ohio suspect: Pipe bombs his hobby

A former anesthesiologist accused of making pipe bombs in his apartment didn't intend to harm anyone and detonated the devices in remote areas as a hobby, his mother told a newspaper. [More]

Woman's Body Found in Suitcase

Authorities in Virginia are saying a man's wife has been found in a suitcase at the couple's apartment after he told police he had killed her. [More]

Double-decker school bus crashes into bridge

A double-decker bus carrying children on a school trip today had its roof ripped off after it struck a railway bridge. [More]

Cap-and-Trade Model Loses Billions to Fraud

As negotiators grapple in Copenhagen over how to curtail carbon emissions, Europe's own system turns out to be an ATM for organized crime. According to officials, criminals have gamed the EU's Emissions Trading System for a cool $7.4 billion in purloined tax revenues over the last 18 months. [More]

Can you hear me now?

When Ted Estarija of Hayward, Calif., added his 13-year-old son to his Verizon account, he thought it would cost him an additional $50 a month. He had the phone company restrict his son's calls and texts. Dad forgot about downloads. Estarija, who recently lost his job, now owes Verizon $21,917.59. [More]

Admitted Tiger mistress: No $, only heartbreak

Jamie Jungers, 26, a Las Vegas cocktail waitress who admits to having had an affair with Tiger Woods, denied rumors Friday that she had been paid: “I got nothing out of this relationship but a broken heart — not even a birthday card.” [More]

Court blocks nude Tiger Woods photos

A British court has granted Tiger Woods an injunction prohibiting the publication of any nude pictures of him -- not that the golfer is acknowledging that such photos exist. [More]

WordThink - Word of the Day

Atypical [a·typ·i·cal] adj.  Not conforming to type; unusual or irregular. Deviating from what is usual or common or to be expected; often somewhat odd or strange. [More]

Judge refuses to suspend Anna Nicole Smith doctors

A court Friday threw out a bid to suspend the medical licenses of two doctors accused of illegally supplying late Playboy model Anna Nicole Smith with powerful drugs. [More]

Senate set to advance $1.1T spending bill

The Senate is poised to clear away a Republican filibuster of a huge end-of-year spending bill rewarding most federal agencies with generous budget boosts. [More]

Photographer Arrested After Taking Pictures of Children on Santa's Lap

A freelance photographer is crying foul after police arrested him at a West Virginia mall, where he had taken pictures of a child sitting on Santa's lap. [More]

Sentencing in Joe Francis bribe case

Federal prosecutors in Nevada are urging leniency for a former sheriff's deputy who pleaded guilty to accepting bribes to give preferential treatment to "Girls Gone Wild" founder Joe Francis while he was jailed in Reno last year. [More]

Woman, 98, indicted in death of 100-year-old nursing home roommate

A Massachusetts grand jury has indicted a 98-year-old woman, accused of strangling her 100-year-old nursing home roommate, on a second-degree murder charge. [More]

Immigration Sweep Nets 280 With Criminal Records

Immigration agents arrested 280 people in California in their biggest push yet to round up suspected illegal immigrants with criminal records, authorities said Friday. [More]

Stolen UPS packages sold on eBay

Authorities in Florida said a former UPS driver allegedly stole 350 items sent via the shipping service and sold them on eBay. [More]

Friday, December 11

Tiger Woods to take 'indefinite' leave from golf

Tiger Woods said Friday he is taking an indefinite leave from golf to work on saving his marriage, using the word "infidelity" for the first time in a statement posted on his Web site. "After much soul searching, I have decided to take an indefinite break from professional golf," Woods said. "I need to focus my attention on being a better husband, father, and person." [More]

S.C. first lady files for divorce from cheating governor

Jenny Sanford, the wife of South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford, said Friday she is filing for divorce. The Sanfords have lived apart since June when the governor admitted to an extramarital affair with an Argentine woman. [More]

Woman pours hot grits on sleeping man

A 44-year-old woman was booked with second-degree battery after allegedly pouring a pot of boiling grits onto her sleeping boyfriend. [More]

Jeweler says gate-crasher’s watch a fake

A couple that crashed a White House party turned over a watch to pay a landscaping debt, but a jeweler is saying it's a fake luxury timepiece. [More]

13th Woman Linked to Woods

A second porn star has been added to the list of women romantically linked to golfer Tiger Woods. Sports blog is reporting that the embattled golfer, 33, had a lengthy affair with porn star Joslyn James during visits to Las Vegas. [More]

Hollywood madam claims Tiger Woods paid $60,000 for hookers

Tiger Woods was into threesomes and shelled out more than $60,000 to cat around with high-priced hookers, a Hollywood madam claimed Thursday. [More]

Daly: PGA Tour thrives because of its superstar

John Daly, ever golf's leader in the cast-no-stones clubhouse, stood up for Tiger Woods this week, saying any golfers who dared to criticize his off-course lifestyle should remember that the PGA Tour thrives because of its superstar. [More]

WordThink - Word of the Day

Antiquated [an·ti·quat·ed] adj.  Very old; aged. Too old to be fashionable, suitable, or useful; outmoded. [More]

Winfrey doesn’t grill president in holiday show

Talk-show host tosses softballs at first couple, asking about their favorite Christmas gifts as children. [More]

Man agrees to plead guilty in ESPN reporter case

ESPN reporter Erin Andrews and the man accused of secretly making nude videos of her will come face-to-face next week in a Los Angeles courtroom when the Illinois insurance executive enters an expected guilty plea. [More]

Man reports theft of Ecstasy pill collection

A man who said he spent two decades collecting Ecstasy pills of all colors and shapes as a hobby has turned to police for help after they were stolen — because he said some of the 2,400 pills are poisonous. [More]

100-year-old N.Y. child molester to be freed

New York's oldest registered sex offender plans to move into a place of his own, causing prosecutors and family members to fret about the release of the 100-year-old man. [More]

Man allegedly assaults wife over snow shoveling

Police arrested a man who allegedly assaulted his wife when she refused to help him shovel snow. [More]

Actor Gene Barry, dapper TV hero, stage star, dies

Gene Barry, who played the well-dressed man of action in the television series "Bat Masterson," "Burke's Law" and "The Name of the Game," has died at age 90 of unknown causes, his son said Thursday. [More]

Pennsylvania Man Breaks Into Father's Museum to Steal $20M Worth of Paintings

A Pennsylvania man used a backhoe to break into a museum owned by his father — the pioneering fantasy artist Frank Frazetta — in an attempt to steal 90 paintings valued at $20 million, police said Thursday. [More]

Health care loophole would allow coverage limits

A loophole in the Senate health care bill would let insurers place annual dollar limits on medical care for people struggling with costly illnesses such as cancer, prompting a rebuke from patient advocates. [More]

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