On any other Friday, 15-year-old Ward Warren would have been sitting in a classroom at Thomas Jefferson High School in Dallas, Tex., but November 22, 1963, was different. President John F.

Talk of recessions and bubble bursts has dominated both print columns and radio and television airwaves for nearly two years.
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Stand up and cheer! America s latest it girl is 88 ' -year-young actress Betty White, with a new sitcom set to debut in June; a series of commercials now running on TV; and perhaps her biggest coup of all, recent host of Saturday Night Live.


What s standing between you and that long list of books you want to read? For many people, it s a matter of time. For others, vision issues can make reading difficult.


At 4:30 one summer afternoon in 1848, Phineas Gage was in the midst of blasting bedrock from the Green Mountains near Cavendish, Vt., to make way for new tracks along the Rutland & Burlington Railroad.


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In an age of mass-produced digital gadgets, it seems as though the old-world crafts created at the hands of skilled artisans have been lost and forgotten.


She was one of those quiet heroes that we have all across America. They re not famous. Their names aren t in the newspapers, but each and every day they work hard. They look after their families. They sacrifice for their children and their grandchildren.


The year was 1961. John F. Kennedy was president, Ozzie and Harriet and Leave It to Beaver were prime-time programs, and disc jockeys were playing new cuts from Elvis Presley and the Shirelles.