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PITTSBURGH | The most devastating storm in decades to hit the country's most densely populated region upended man and nature as it rolled back the clock on 21st-century lives, cutting off modern communication and leaving millions without power Tuesday as thousands who fled their water-menace…
Stories about time travel generally share one trait: They believe, by implication or open statement, that yesterday remains a malleable canvas, if only you could access it.
Stories about time travel generally share one trait: They believe, by implication or open statement, that yesterday remains a malleable canvas, if only you could access it. "The past," author William Faulkner once wrote, "is never dead. It's not even past."
There it was, gazed upon by millions in horror, anger and pure fascination: a grainy, sputtering image of the deep blue sea and its interloper – the bubbling brown goo that was spewing into the water from the depths of the planet.
NEW YORK | This was one spotlight he never sought, probably never dreamed of, and most definitely avoided for as long as humanly possible. When Tiger Woods claimed the stage for his TV apology -- and make no mistake, it was a stage, pure and simple -- his mission was to be authentic and sincere.
It took just a few seconds of footage -- a single trailer, dropped from the heavens with great fanfare -- for the hue and cry to rise on Trekmovie.com, the top fan site for J.J. Abrams' new "Star Trek" movie. By the hundreds they weighed in, a contentious cacophony that would have jammed eve…
WASHINGTON | Some countries are founded upon ethnicity, others upon geography. Some are created from conquest or carved out by faraway rulers. But America is different: It was created from whole cloth -- a story built by a people who just keep adding chapters as they go along.
The rooms of the modern American household have always crept into campaigns. Politics makes strange bedfellows, for one. The living-room war ended Lyndon Johnson's political career. And everyone keeps saying the economy's headed for the toilet.
GETTYSBURG, Pa. | The front door opens, and Abraham Lincoln appears -- tall, lanky, just a bit melancholy. He smiles gently, assesses his visitor for a good five seconds. Then he draws in a breath and slowly, deliberately, he speaks.
NEW YORK -- America's first postage stamps appeared in 1847 -- rough, unperforated squares of ink and paper that depicted George Washington and Benjamin Franklin. The portraits in miniature oozed gravitas and, in their quiet way, nudged along a growing national identity.
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