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Roger Moore's Bond had serious fun
"I never do this," David Horowitz, a public relations executive for ABC, said as he picked up British actor Roger Moore at Kennedy Airport. "Can I have your autograph for my son?" It was 1986, and Moore was in New York City to do some publicity for the network. A year earlier, he had starred, at age 58, in "A View to a Kill."
'Thrill in the 'Ville': VP debate comes to small-town Kentucky
Company’s coming, and residents of this central Kentucky hamlet can hardly wait.
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Murder suspect confesses to reporters
A suspect in the murder of a Bluefield man said Tuesday that if West Virginia had a death penalty, he would deserve it.
The Root: 7 of history's most racist political ads
Each election cycle usually produces one ad that voters, pundits and political watchers know will be remembered long after the losing candidate has become a trivia question.
Facing budget woes
Session unlikely to end debate in Congress over sequestration Sen. Jim Inhofe, R-Okla., was in Norman on Wednesday, meeting with members of the local business community and voicing his concerns about sequestration and the possible loss of ...
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