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Steve Soboroff's famous typewriter collection has many stories to tell
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- Steve Soboroff still becomes awestruck when he thinks about how he got here. As he stands in a museum surrounded by 33 typewriters that were owned by some of the world's most famous (John Lennon and Ernest Hemingway) and infamous ("Unabomber" Ted Kaczynski and "Dr. Death"
Stars of 'Hardcore Pawn' Revealed
Since its series debut in 2010 on TV hardcore pawn has taken viewers on a wild ride through the cloning industry based Detroit. Family on business American jewelry and loan. Let's go along this kid sent an built themselves. An empire in here to take us behind upon we've got actually and of course
Immigration Bill Takes One Small Step, But Not A Giant Leap (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES ONE AMENDMENT THAT COULD THREATEN REFORM: On Tuesday, the immigration bill took a big step forward when it cleared a procedural hurdle in the Senate. But yesterday’s events showed how difficult the path to passage could be, FUSION’s JORDAN FABIAN ...
Mike Wallace's Most Memorable Interviews
morning journalism giant Mike Wallace died Sunday at 93. Over a half century on TV he became more famous than most of his subjects by mastering the in your face interview. John remembers to sixty minutes star Ladish flair and prosecutors got. When Mike Wallace did an interview half the time it
Mike Wallace Dies: '60 Minutes' Correspondent Was 93
Veteran broadcast journalist Mike Wallace has died, according to CBS News. He was 93 years old and had been in declining health in recent years. A cause of death has not been released yet. Wallace was a correspondent on the CBS News program "60 Minutes," since its premiere in 1968 where he earned a
Feb. 14: GPS Technology Used by Military 1989
1989 Global Positioning Satellite On Feb. 14, 1989, a rocket was launched to deliver a satellite for the Air Force. Military global positioning satellite technology was designed to help locate ships and planes. 1992 Dr. Jack Kevorkian Interview Barbara Walters talked to the controversial...
Ron Claiborne: 25 Years and Counting
I remember very well the first story I ever reported that appeared on “World News Tonight.” It was early July 1986 and I had been a correspondent for exactly one week. I was assigned a story about drug testing in professional football. I wrote my...
'Dr. Death's' Paintings and Other Belongings Up for Auction
Kevorkian Died in June 2011 at the age of 83, and Now His Artifcats Are Up for Sale
Lives of Note
What we need in the entire war on terrorism. Is as much cooperation from other allies and friends. As we can get. I will continue to assist humans who alleviate their agony and interminable suffering. Do you see any jerky at times but it We remember all of those who died in war this week. The