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10 Quirky Roadside Attractions Worth Pulling Over For
Road-tripping Americans love quirk. From boulder-size balls of yarn to Area 51 , there is no limit to destinations around the country that are just a little left of center. But some are more popular than others. "For travelers looking for unique road trip sights, TripAdvisor identified some of the
Ichiro reaches 3,000 hits by following meticulous standards
When the Seattle Mariners ' Ted Heid originally scouted Ichiro Suzuki in Japan, he saw a great player, but not one he ever thought would one day reach 3,000 hits in the North American major leagues. No Japanese position player had ever played in Major League Baseball at that time, and Ichiro
The Note: What Will Walker Do?
NOTABLES --HILLARY CLINTON CALLS ON CHUCK GRASSLEY TO ‘STEP UP AND DO HIS JOB’: Hillary Clinton blasted Republican lawmakers Monday for not holding a hearing for President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee, Merrick Garland. She called on Sen. Chuck Grassley, the GOP chairman of the Senate Judiciary
Wounds, Old And New, At Fort Hood
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES OBAMA — SHOOTING ‘RE-OPENS PAIN’ AT FORT HOOD: Breaking from an evening of Democratic fundraising in Chicago, President Obama last night offered prayers for the victims of the latest Fort Hood shooting and vowed to “get to the bottom of what ...
5 Things to Know This Morning
Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning. 1. Fort Hood Shooter was Being Treated for 'Mental Issues' An Iraq War veteran who was being treated for mental health issues gunned down three colleagues at Fort Hood before killing himself Wednesday, authorities said. 2.
Bill Clinton 'Wouldn't be Surprised' if Aliens Exist
Bill Clinton is intrigued by space aliens. The former United States president appeared on Wednesday’s episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” He ended up discussing, among other things, extraterrestrial life. Clinton admitted that soon after becoming president, he had his aides research Area 51, the ...
Bipartisan Ballot Busters
By RICK KLEIN (@rickklein) His story was our story, from Kennedy through Obama. And yes, we’ll remember more than a handshake from President Obama’s tribute to Nelson Mandela Tuesday morning, a celebration of “a giant of history, who moved a nation toward justice, and in...
Obama First President to Mention 'Area 51' - Where Early Spy Planes Looked Like UFOs
In an affair usually noted for its glitz and glamour, President Obama made news at the 2013 Kennedy Center Honors as the first president to utter the words “Area 51.” A beloved subject of conspiracy theorists and UFO enthusiasts, the government testing site, officially known...
The Social Climber: Robin Thicke vs. Marvin Gaye's Battle Over 'Blurred Lines'
quicklist: 1 title: Robin Thicke vs. Marvin Gaye: Battle Over 'Blurred Lines' text: Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" has been raising eyebrows all summer over its sexy music video. Now, the song is at the center of a new legal battle over claims that Thicke's "Blurred Lines" sounds too much like