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Ronald Reagan was a Democrat until he was 50. A union leader who revered Franklin D. Roosevelt, he became more conservative as his party was becoming more liberal. Frustrated with higher taxes, increasing regulation, and what he saw as an anti-business...
Tags: Pakistan, Health, Jeb Bush, Government, Television
Mike Vanderpool, 68, husband of Sherry Kleismit Vanderpool, died Saturday, March 12, 2011, after a year-long battle with pancreatic cancer. Mike was born Feb. 13, 1943, in Marion, Ind., to the late Max and Vi Vanderpool. Mike served in the United States...
Tags: Health, Armed Forces, Indiana, Cancer, Politics
Fifty years ago on March 1, 1961, President John F. Kennedy signed an executive order which established the Peace Corps. Three days later, he appointed Sargent Shriver, his brother-in-law, to be the organization’s first director. Shriver was charged...
Tags: Wyoming, Fires, Disasters and Accidents, Peace Corps, Ethiopia
Members of the Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce were dancing the night away Friday, introducing a departure from the traditional annual banquet format. The idea appeared to be a hit, as attendance was strong at Centre College’s Cowan Dining...
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Nearly six in 10 Americans say our government should spend less on foreign aid. On the other hand, if Congress were to allocate what Americans think is the proper level of spending on foreign aid, it would have to increase its outlay tenfold rather...
Savanna Beauchamp Barnett - High School: Mercer County Senior High School - Achievements: Two-time state finalist with the MCSHS Marching Band, ranked No. 1 in the girls singles division of the Central Kentucky Tennis Series for two years, A and A-B...
WASHINGTON -- People who talk incessantly often talk imprecisely, and Barack Obama, who is as loquacious as he is impressed with his verbal dexterity, has talked himself into a corner concerning Syria and chemical weapons. This is condign punishment for...
WASHINGTON — People who talk incessantly often talk imprecisely, and President Barack Obama, who is as loquacious as he is impressed with his verbal dexterity, has talked himself into a corner concerning Syria and chemical weapons. This is condign...
Tribune reportersAs strangers lined up for white ribbons and American flags to show their support, family and friends of Anne Smedinghoff mourned the loss of a young diplomat who was determined to see the world — and possibly beyond. Her brother, Mark, recalled...
UNITED NATIONS — The U.N. General Assembly overwhelmingly approved the world body's first treaty regulating the multibillion-dollar international arms trade Tuesday, a goal sought for over a decade to try to keep illicit weapons out of the hands...
The White House is trying to revive the "reset" with Vladimir Putin's Russia. It is likely to be a wasted effort. The reset is dead not because of someone's ill will or mistakes. It is because Washington and Moscow have reached the limit of...
The Philippines is taking a feud with China to an international tribunal, it announced Tuesday, the latest turn in the simmering dispute over a string of rocky outcroppings in the South China Sea. In a claim shared Tuesday with the Chinese ambassador,...
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