In backing down, feds have made Bundy situation worse

Now that the Bureau of Land Management and federal authorities have stopped gathering Cliven Bundy’s cattle, which were illegally grazing on federal land, are things better or worse?

Officer: Cooperation crucial to saving lives in Boston bombing

It’s clear Robert Merner is a guy capable of handling himself in most situations. But it’s hard to imagine what he experienced a year ago in Boston will ever leave him.

What’s it like to be a Wayans? It’s a lot of ‘worky turkey’

I always feel like I’m a hard worker except when Marlon Wayans phones. He’s promoting “A Haunted House 2” (he produced it and stars in it); a TV show, “Second Generation Wayans”; and his viral-video site

Merger ushers in leadership shuffle for WMS Industries

The ink was hardly dry on lottery giant Scientific Games Corp.’s $1.5 billion buyout of slot machine manufacturer WMS Industries when the corporate management team was shaken up with a new CEO and chairman in November.

Oh, the stories this racecar driver can tell

When he was a younger man, when he was a lieutenant colonel in the Air Force and a pilot of some repute, Bill Lusk flew Nikita Khrushchev’s bags around the U.S. during one of the former communist leader’s visits.
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