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Ever since the IRS scandal broke, Jon Stewart has focused on hammering the Obama administration in his top story almost exclusively - with the notable exception of his segment on Toronto's accident-prone mayor .
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Ever since the world got a taste of David Lowery 's Ain't Them Bodies Saints , he's become a director to watch.
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News Corp . announced that it will split its publishing and entertainment businesses, both of which will be headed by current chairman and Chief Executive Officer Rupert Murdoch, on June 28.
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Skagit River bridge collapses Traffic is being diverted off the I-5 highway connecting Vancouver and Seattle after a bridge collapsed over the Skagit River Bridge near Mount Vernon.
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KKR & Co. , the buyout firm weighing an investment in Saks Inc., may need to get creative to extract more value from what's already the most expensive U.S. department-store stock.
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Things seem to be going from bad to worse inside Rob Ford's house of cards. News broke yesterday that the mayor had abruptly fired loyal ally and chief of staff Mark Towhey, and now we might know why.
Over the past year, many news outlets have stumbled spectacularly as they raced to beat the competition in fast-breaking stories.
Emergency officials gather for hurricane response drills at the new Volusia Emergency Operations Center on Thursday, May 23, 2013.
While some see the pending sale of The Centre for Performing Arts to a US church as a loss for Vancouver's arts scene, UBC theatre professor and theatre critic Jerry Wasserman says the theatre never lived up to its lofty expectations.
On the heels of receiving some of the best reviews of her 30+ year career, six time GRAMMY winner Amy Grant has even more to celebrate as her first full length album in 10 years, How Mercy Looks From Here , has garnered her a No.
Joanne has been society editor of The Denver Post since November, 1985. Prior to that, she was San Francisco bureau chief for U.S. News & World Report magazine Francie Swidler has been a City Desk editorial assistant at The Denver Post since 2012.
HERBALIFE CEO: 'We've Had Some Mistakes Along The Way, But That Doesn't Say We're A Corrupt Organization' Bloomberg News' Duane Stanford has a feature in the new issue of Bloomberg Businessweek where Herbalife CEO Michael Johnson refutes hedge fund manager Bill Ackman's claims that the company is a "pyramid scheme." For the piece, Bloomberg ... (more)
There was an officer-involved shooting in De Kalb County. Two deputies responded to shots fired on Petty Road where they were met by a homeowner with a drawn weapon who threatened police, according to De Kalb County Sheriff Patrick Ray.
Mark Smich, 25, of Oakville, Ont., was arrested Wednesday morning, Superintendent Dan Kinsella said at a press conference broadcast from Hamilton Police Service's Central Station.
Sources: ESPN Laying Off Hundreds ESPN laid off a portion of its staff Tuesday, a network spokesman confirmed to us.
On April 15, I was sitting in the Beacon Newsroom with coworkers when we first heard of the Boston Marathon Bombings.
Amy Reisen Freundlich climbed behind the wheel of an all-electric car, took it for a test drive on the JFK Parkway, and proclaimed the experience to be "unbelievably cool." Freundlich, president of American Jewish Committee's Metro NJ region, took part in an unusual AJC gathering at the Tesla Motors showroom at the Mall at Short Hills on May 8, ... (more)