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2007-07-16 12:10:43

By ; LAUREN DONOVAN Garrison newspaper columnist Don Gackle's "Here and There" column reflected on recent news that a longtime Garrison attorney admitted to stealing $340,000 from two clients.

2006-05-24 13:25:01

LONDON (Reuters) - Singer Elton John accepted libel damages of 100,000 pounds ($188,000) on Wednesday from a newspaper that reported he behaved like "tinpot dictator" by ordering guests at his annual charity ball not to approach him.

2006-05-24 05:37:03

LONDON (Reuters) - Singer Elton John accepted libel damages of 100,000 pounds ($188,000) from a newspaper on Wednesday which claimed he behaved like "tinpot dictator" by ordering guests at his annual charity ball not to approach him.

2006-04-27 08:43:22

LONDON (Reuters) - Hollywood star Sharon Stone accepted an apology and "substantial" libel damages at London's High Court on Thursday over a newspaper story saying she left her 4-year-old son in a car while dining in a restaurant.

2005-11-26 01:30:59

By Ken Ferris LONDON (Reuters) - British newspapers paid tribute to former Manchester United great George Best on Saturday as they offered their last respects to a footballing genius.

2005-07-11 21:04:14

LONDON (Reuters) - All 12,000 members of the U.S.


Word of the Day
ecotone
  • A transitional zone between two communities containing the characteristic species of each.
The word 'ecotone' comes 'eco-' plus a Greek root meaning 'tension'.