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McClatchy Foreign StaffISTANBUL Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan staged a huge political rally Sunday to demonstrate that his popular strength will survive Turkey's political crisis, even as clashes spread to new parts of Istanbul between police firing tear gas and water...
ReutersTOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares eased on Tuesday as investors waited for Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke to clarify the U.S. central bank's plans for its stimulus program - with the mere suggestion of fine-tuning it enough to unnerve market...
VarietyIt had a lot to live up to, and "Man of Steel" certainly didn't disappoint. The Warner Bros.-Legendary Pictures superhero reboot scored a whopping $125 million Stateside debut, securing the biggest-ever opening in June. Warners projects that "Man of...
You don't need a resume. No college or high school degree is required. And the vetting process is highly dubious. A paycheck? Forget it. This job costs you plenty. A penchant for golf, wearing socks with sandals, barbecuing and fishing are common...
ReutersBy Frank Jack Daniel, Serajul Quadir and Fiona Ortiz SAVAR, Bangladesh/MADRID, June 17 (Reuters) - When Spanish garment maker David Mayor arrived in Bangladesh a decade ago the fashion label he set up had the motto "clothing with a heart". In an...
email@example.comThe rusting hulk of the Chevrolet Army truck sat near the machine shop off Virginia Avenue in Hagerstown for more than three decades. When its owner, William Kaplan, died in 2004 at the age of 93, his son inherited the truck. William Glenn Kaplan had...
Akron Beacon JournalTom Brokaw's 1998 book, "The Greatest Generation," was perched on a pedestal, opened to the title page, at my father's 2004 memorial service on the South Side of Chicago where he lived most of his good life. I had asked him to sign it for me some years...
ISTANBUL, Turkey — Hundreds of riot police firing tear gas stormed a central Istanbul park Saturday, tearing down tents and clearing out demonstrators in a bold, if politically risky, move by Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to stem more than two...
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With businessman Bruce Rauner running for Illinois governor, his experience in the world of private equity is likely to sound familiar to voters. Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney had a similar background, which became fodder for debate during...
Q: I live right next to the site of the 15th Street Bridge replacement in Allentown and I was wondering if they have some special dispensation allowing them to operate heavy machinery hours before city sound ordinances allow. More than once I've been...
ENGLAND — "Oh, no, you can't go into the field, dear. It's private. And there may be cows, and the ground's very humpy." The nice lady in little Steventon Church outside tiny Steventon village in England smiles sweetly, even though I've...
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