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The newest piece of Chicago's vast transit puzzle will not rumble between skyscrapers on its 100-year-old elevated rail lines or utilize its fleet of hybrid buses. Comment?
Facebook Inc is in advanced talks to acquire Israeli mobile satellite navigation start-up Waze for $800 million to $1 billion, business daily Calcalist reported on Thursday. Comment?
An old hatbox containing about 250 World War II letters sat in Pamela Gilliland's closet, untouched for nearly 15 years. Comment?
That's what an allegedly intoxicated Cabrone Brewer asked Tulsa, Okla., deputies seconds before snapping this picture. Comment?
During her segment , the talk show host said she was responsible for reuniting the "Friends" cast. Comment?
Reports claimed that NBC confirmed a revival of the popular sitcom and it seems like the rumors started with KHITS, a radio station based in Tulsa, OK, Examiner . Comment?
These days, our knowledge of celebrities too often originates with paparazzi images and snarky quotes by anonymous "insiders." After a while, it's easy to forget that stars are real people. Comment?
So the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are winding down, albeit 12 years after they started. Comment?
The Oklahoma Republican is one of the central targets in the newly released climate change documentary "Greedy Lying Bastards," which examines attempts by the fossil fuel industry to thwart emissions standards and mispresent the facts in the face of changing global climate conditions. Comment?
Jesus loved and cared deeply for the poor. Both the Old and New Testaments are filled with the commandments of God to care for the poor, for widows and orphans. Comment?
Bill Gates said on CNN's Fareed Zakaria GPS on Sunday that the government's short-term budget planning was the equivalent of trying to run a business without knowing how much money you can spend. Comment?
One of the most memorable commercials of the 2013 Super Bowl was Ram Trucks' "Farmer," a simple slideshow of photographs accompanied by a stirring tribute to America's farmers that featured the recurring phrase, "So God made a farmer." It turns out the scratchy audio in the commercial came from a speech given by radio personality Paul Harvey at the ... (more) Comment?
Wait, are we still talking about the Treasury Department minting a trillion-dollar coin to put off the debate on the debt ceiling for a little while longer? How likely is it that Republicans would make political hay out of such a maneuver for the next decade, castigating the Democrats as the party that simply invents money in order to solve serious ... (more) Comment?
The mother of an Oklahoma teen is suing Tulsa Public Schools, Twitter and others after a half-naked photo of her daughter was posted to the social networking site. Comment?
I write this letter with a sense of joy and a degree of cynicism within my spirit. Comment?
America is rapidly approaching the cliff cliff, the moment when Congress finally averts our growing number of cliffs. Comment?
Congressman Steny Hoyer said on Thursday that Americans are paying unusually close attention to the fiscal cliff debate in Congress. Comment?
A federal judge on Monday denied a request by Planned Parenthood to temporarily block Oklahoma from terminating a contract with the agency to provide nutritional services to low-income mothers. Comment?