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Ex-NFL Player Falls Overboard, Swims Miles to Shore
Former Miami Dolphins player Robert Konrad fell overboard while fishing off the coast of Palm Beach, Fla., but swam 9 miles to shore.
'Welcome Back, Kotter' Cast: Where Are They Now?
John Travolta hit it big but some of "Welcome Back, Kotter" actors left TV.
The Note: I Made It Through the Night
WASHINGTON, April 28 NEWS SUMMARY Take that, Eric Alterman: ( LINK ), and welcome to the majesty of the East Room of the White House. The President's 8:30 pm ET press conference tonight is the sixth since he's was re-elected; the fourth prime-time event of his presidency; and the 17th full-blown
The Note: Carving Out the Carve-Outs?
WASHINGTON, March 3 -- NEWS SUMMARY Since yesterday's episode of The Note, so much has happened regarding Social Security. The White House denounced the Gang of 500 CW that the President's plans are in trouble; Secretary Snow announced a big new PR offensive (with boosted Cheney involvement;
What the FISA Review Court Ruling Means
Even though the long-anticipated ruling from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review came down several days ago, longtime gentle readers surely knew I would be unable to refrain from commenting. Actually the amount of misreporting on the Review Court's opinion has been overwhelming.
Man Threatens Bush With Bomb, Cops Say
Also: Man Admits Supporting Terrorists; Flag Lifted Above WTC Flies Over New York City Hall; Deported Man Arrested in Miami With Boxcutters
Gore Shows Pattern of Exaggeration
Al Gore embellished the facts a number of times during his first presidential debate with George W. Bush, but they were only the latest in a pattern of exaggeration. By Carter M. YangABCNEWS.com W A S H I N G T O N, Oct. 7 This just in: Al Gore has a penchant for exaggeration. From tales about
Al Gore Prone to Exaggeration
This just in: Al Gore has a penchant for exaggeration. From tales about his relatives to claims about his own achievements, the vice presidents embellishments frequently send media truth squads cracking and campaign aides back-peddling. Pants on Fire Gores latest trouble with the truth came
Feds Probe Dem Lawyers' Donations
The Justice Department is reviewing Democratic Party memos suggesting a link between donations from lawyers courted by Al Gore and a veto issued by President Clinton. ABCNEWS.com WASHINGTON, Sept. 14 GOP presidential candidate George W. Bush pounced on the latest Justice Department investigation
Bush Seizes New Federal Probe To Bash Gore
GOP presidential candidate George W. Bush pounced on the latest Justice Department investigation of the Clinton administration today, hoping to bolster his call for new blood in the Oval Office. Americans are tired of investigations and scandal, Bush said, amid fresh reports that federal