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9/11 Widower Invites Ted Cruz to Learn About 'New York Values'
Sept. 11 widower James Smith knows something about New York values. Smith's wife, Moira, was killed in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. She was the only female NYPD officer killed that day. When Smith, a retired NYPD officer himself, heard about Ted Cruz 's "New York values" remark earlier this week, he
Judge Won't Dismiss Lawsuit on Harsh CIA Interrogation
A federal judge won't dismiss a lawsuit against two Washington state psychologists who helped design the CIA's harsh interrogation techniques
The Note: Debate Expectations, Reagan Library Edition
NOTABLES --HAPPY DEBATE DAY: Eleven candidates are slated to be on stage for the main debate at 8 p.m. Eastern tonight at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library hosted by CNN. The four bottom-tier candidates will be in an undercard debate at 6 p.m. Eastern. It seems likely that Ronald Reagan's rule
How Late Is Too Late for Joe Biden?
Does Joe Biden need to get in before the first Democratic debate to be a viable candidate? That’s a question being weighed by advisers close to the vice president as he continues to mull a potential White House bid, South Carolina state representative and longtime Biden supporter James Smith tells
Seven more odd things you never knew about college football stadiums
Did you think bats, skeletons, a cemetery and an earthquake fault were the only unknown stadium quirks across college football? Come take another trip with us. Our series last week featuring little known and way cool stories about college football stadiums from Alabama to Tennessee to California
Brotherhood of the Traveling Pants: Texas Relatives Continuing Graduation Tradition Since 1950
A Texas family has celebrated seven decades of graduations in style, by wearing the same pair of pants. The tradition began in 1950, when James Smith was graduating from Lewis High School. "Our father wanted him [James] to have a good pair of pants to graduate in," Smith’s younger brother, Dan,
Derek Fisher: Knicks 'giving effort'
GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- While the world tries to decipher Phil Jackson's cryptic tweets from Sunday night, New York Knicks coach Derek Fisher did not interpret his boss's tweets one way or another. However, Fisher believes his team is "trying and giving effort," in case anyone thinks Jackson's message
Abducted Philadelphia Woman Found Alive, Suspect Arrested
Gonna get started your first off thank you all for coming on such short notice. We do have development in the abduction case that you've all been. Very interested in and I want to thank you for getting as much information out. As you have on this case videos photographs. It's proven to be very very
Is Iraq Slipping Into the Hands of Militants?
Once the focal point of America's fight in Iraq, Mosul now in hands of Al Qaeda linked militants.