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Daily Archives: September 26, 2012

Obama: Romney China outrage ‘newfound’

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio — President Barack Obama is accusing Republican Mitt Romney of showing “newfound outrage” on cracking down on China, saying his rival’s approach ...

FLOTUS to appear on ‘Steve Harvey’ show

Michelle Obama will be a guest on comedian's chatfest taped in her Chicago hometown

Reports: NFL, referees close to new deal

Two days after a controversial call cost the Green Bay Packers a win, the NFL and the referees’ union are reportedly nearing an end to ...

Romney on offensive in battleground Ohio

WESTERVILLE, Ohio — Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said Wednesday that he understands the struggles of working families and has the know-how to fix them as he sought to ...

Egypt’s new President Morsi debuts at UN

UNITED NATIONS — Egypt’s new President Mohammed Morsi debuts at the United Nations on Wednesday with a speech that will be closely watched by world leaders for clues about his democratic intentions ...

Detroit Lions’ Fairley tries to avoid trial

MOBILE, Ala. — A lawyer for Detroit Lions defensive tackle Nick Fairley requested on Wednesday that the player be allowed to go through a pre-trial ...

Poll: Most see health law as here to stay

WASHINGTON — They may not like it, but they don’t see it going away. About 7 in 10 Americans think President Barack Obama’s health care law will go fully into effect ...

Date Knight: Should single women date more than one man?

Jessica Massa and Rebecca Wiegand author The Gaggle, a new book that advises women to date more than one man. As part of Date Knight ...

Takara Rooks & Edward Poteat

Takara Rooks & Edward Poteat WEDDING: Cala Luna Hotel in Tamarindo, Costa Rica HONEYMOON: Vietnam, Bali and Thailand HOME: Yonkers, NY • Takara is a ...

Tenn. State new No. 1 in HBCU polls

Tigers got 15 of 20 1st-place votes from media, were unanimous selection of coaches

Report: Americans more confident in economy

Could be good news for President; those feeling better less likely to vote for change