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Archives for December 2008
A tragic accident in Alexandria may reopen the discussion on a higher driving age.
Who do you know who made a difference in your life or someone else’s?
A poll says the American people aren’t prepared to say much more than ‘good riddance’ to the Bush years.
Ten million baby boomers are going to develop Alzheimer’s.
If you listen to the news reports about holiday sales, you’d think the end is near. It’s always that way.
America has occasionally felt most threatened by its singers.
Videos featuring big-time Christmas light displays.
We may never know who donated $1 million to help Burnsville fire victims. But we do know the names of some other people who are helping just as much.
We need a bit of a pick-me-up and we’re counting on you. Tell us your Christmas story.
It takes tenacity to travel by train.
A study says romantic comedies create unrealistic expectations.
A North Carolina woman claims a light on a TV monitor is an angel.
The House of Representatives has set up a Web site for ideas on how to close the budget gap.
Live-blogging the continuing saga of the U.S. Senate race in Minnesota.