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- Arwa Damon: Freeze-frame momentsIt was the war everyone just wanted to forget. But from a tiny red shoe in the rubble to a resident who rebelled against al Qaeda, CNN's Arwa Damon remembers the many freeze-frame moments caused by war.
- Jessica Lynch, others: Where are they now?Ten years ago this week, President George W. Bush announced the United States and coalition forces had begun military action against Iraq. Here's a look back at some of the people who made headlines during the war.
- Photos: Enduring images
- Troubled youth run 'old skool' bistroAs a juvenile corrections officer in Southern California, Teresa Goines found it rewarding to work with troubled youth and help them turn their lives around.
- Pregnant and homeless: The real costMartha Ryan couldn't believe it. She had never heard of women who were pregnant and homeless. But in one night, she met three.
- Arwa Damon: Freeze-frame moments
- Huge tornado hits Oklahoma City suburb, kills 51A monstrous tornado almost a kilometre wide roared through the Oklahoma City suburbs Monday, flattening entire neighbourhoods, destroying an elementary school and killing at least 51 people, with the death toll expected to rise.
- Baseball fuels dreams, desperation in Dominican RepublicThe Toronto Blue Jays have a number of stars from the Dominican Republic, but in the shadow of these successful players is an equally important story about hope and poverty, and a country desperately struggling to balance the two.
- Keith Boag: Have you heard about the murderous abortion doctor?The gruesome trial and murder conviction of Philadelphia abortion provider Dr. Kermit Gosnell is unlikely to change American abortion law, Keith Boag writes. But it has U.S. journalists questioning their priorities and how they cover such a sensitive issue.
- PM's South America trip turns focus from turmoil to tradePrime Minister Stephen Harper will briefly address the Senate expense controversy Tuesday before heading to South America for four days of bilateral talks and trade meetings.
- North Korea fires weapons after 'rocket launching tests'North Korea continued firing short-range weapons over its own eastern waters today after a weekend of what it called "rocket launching tests" intended to bolster deterrence against enemy attack. South Korean officials were investigating exactly what the North was testing.
- Huge tornado hits Oklahoma City suburb, kills 51
- Giant Oklahoma tornado kills dozensAt least 91 people, including 20 children, are feared dead as a gigantic tornado rips through Oklahoma City suburbs, flattening whole neighbourhoods.
- Apple 'among US's big tax avoiders'Apple is accused of being "among America's largest tax avoiders" by a Senate committee, who says the company avoided paying billions of dollars in US taxes.
- Rios Montt's conviction overturnedGuatemalan former military leader Efrain Rios Montt has his conviction for genocide overturned by the constitutional court.
- Doors co-founder Ray Manzarek diesRay Manzarek, keyboard player and founder member of the 1960s rock band The Doors, dies aged 74 in Germany after a long battle with cancer.
- Fresh bombings in Iraq 'kill 13'At least 13 people are killed in new bomb attacks in Iraq, a day after a wave of bombings across the country left at least 70 people dead.
- Giant Oklahoma tornado kills dozens
- Attack of the hornetsMy first midi composition/recording… part trance, dance and classical tone poem. Am waiting for a midi cable (in the mail) that hopefully will connect my piano kbd to computer. The notes were played on the computer keypad… so no chord changes… just a one-line exploration.
- been bz but not too bz to do my online volunteer work!Heading says it all. Here’s the last four Q&A’s I’ve done at Allexperts.com, where I volunteer in several categories. I love volunteering. It’s a great way to stay on top of a wide variety of issues and also to see what real people are concerned about (instead of just academics or New Agey publishers). Paranormal […]
- tulipstulips, a photo by earthpages on Flickr. This pic was one of a series taken last weekend at Edwards Gardens, Toronto. It’s a nice park, full of newlyweds getting wedding pics, etc. I used another pic from the same series for my blog banner.
- Interesting Katy Perry version of Head Over Heels (classic 80s tune by Tears for Fears)
- Attack of the hornets
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