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Those reading Russian tea leaves are still not certain who rules the Kremlin. Medvedev seems to have taken the Russian ruler training wheels off by firing political rival Yuri Luzhkov from his two decade position as Mayor of Moscow. But many believe he was slow to remove the thorn from his side because he needed to seek the approval of Putin who had a good rapport with Luzhkov. Stay tuned ...

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Ball point pen on todays newsprint

Her eight decade career on stage, film and TV included roles in The Invisible Man, The Old Dark House and The Prisoner of Shark Island, but she earned her first Oscar nomination at age 87 for her portrayal of Rose Calvert in James Cameron's Titanic. Stuart, a long time breast cancer survivor, had been diagnosed with lung cancer 5 years ago. She passed away in her sleep from respiratory failure. Click here to donate to the Amer ...

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Taken from my comfy seat behind home plate

I was glad that Yankee manager, Joe Girardi came to the realization that the Yanks need to clinch the regular season before deciding to rest players and line up his post season rotation. After dropping four in a row and falling out of first place, the manager reversed coarse, starting Phil Hughes... and, if there were any remaining doubt that Girardi wanted to win last night, he brought in Mariano in the eighth inning. Hughes deserved a better fate, pitching six plus innings, giving up only one run but exiting down 1-0 as the Yankee bats remained in deep hibernat ...

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Ball point pen on todays newsprint

Can a republican governor of New Jersey, a democrat inner city mayor, a 26 year old billionaire geek from California and a talk show host from Chicago hammer out a deal to put Newark city school system back on track? Many are skeptical. Watch Oprah today and stay tuned. read the story read the doubters Read More

Ball point pen on todays newsprint

China Prime Minister Wen Jiabao demands Japan release a fishing trawler captain caught fishing in Japanese waters. China has blocked the export of rare earth minerals used by Japan to produce hybrid cars, wind turbines and guided missiles.  Wen threatened further actions if Japan does not comply. Stay tuned ...

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Even in death, George is larger than life and still inspiring controversy. Many fans were taken aback by the size of George's plaque installed in monument park before Monday nights game. The 7 foot wide, 5 foot tall plaque dwarfs the monuments honoring Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Whitey Ford, Roger Maris and other Yankee greats. ...

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Ball point pen on todays newsprint

Republicans in Georgia were counting their fried chicken's before they were hatched. That was before they learned that their standard bearer in the gubernatorial race, Nathan Deal, failed to report over five million dollars in debt and that he may have to sell his home to avoid bankruptcy or foreclosure. Click here for the recipe of the day ...

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