Lance Armstrong said viewers can judge for themselves how candid he was in his interview with Oprah Winfrey. "I left it all on the table with her and when it airs the people can decide," he said in a text message to The Associated Press.
The Republican Party has been doing a lot of hand-wringing and finger-pointing since the presidential election. Half the conservative columnists and bloggers say the GOP lost because it overemphasized social issues such as abortion and gay marriage.
Tlingit master carver and fisherman Amos Wallace was remembered by family and friends Thursday as a gentle and generous father, a devout Orthodox Christian, an inventive artist and idea man and a champion of Native rights through his work with the Alaska Native Brotherhood.
The triumph of British intelligence in thwarting an international terror plot didn't have the glamour and decisiveness of say, World War II's Battle of Midway.
This editorial appeared in the Miami Herald:
With regard to your policy of reprinting "Outside" editorials, I have to ask if anyone on your staff reads these editorials with any concern for the accuracy of the information some of them pretend to offer.
America is looking at the biggest scandal in the White House since Watergate.
Wallace has carved totem poles as tall as a five-story building. Walt Disney and John Wayne have bought his artwork. His totem poles are in museums and private collections from New York City to Fairbanks. He's carved silver bracelets and cedar bowls, tiny totems and huge wall panels.
When Al Gore and George W. Bush appeared on rival network news shows Sunday, both found themselves fending off questions about that most troublesome of political issues: abortion.
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