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June 10th, 2008

Make My Day - American Reporter

June 10th, 2008, 17:29

By @ June 10th, 2008, 17:29 in General

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- We have a boring way of speaking in the 21st Century. We don't speak with enough drama. We need more verve, more panache. We need more of that over-the-top Shakespearean way of speaking. Hollering "Get thee to a nunnery!" at the more info

NORFOLK, Va. -- The "new" Norfolk hasn't yet sparked the hype of, say, Atlanta or Charlotte. But this historic city's continuing urban renaissance could make it the next gleaming gem of the so-called New South. Situated along waterways where the more info

BERNE, June 9 (Xinhua) -- Trademark solid defence of the reigning World Cup holders Italy has got a ruthless smash as the Netherlands broke the goalmouth guarded by Gianluigi Buffon three times to claim a very precious win in their first match of the more info

Big Brown trainer blames jockey for disappointing Belmont - Detroit News

June 10th, 2008, 17:29

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NEW YORK -- Trainer Rick Dutrow Jr. still blames Kent Desormeaux for Big Brown's stunning last-place finish in the Belmont Stakes, but he wouldn't object to the jockey riding the horse in his next race. The decision of whether to change jockeys is up to co-owner Michael Iavarone, Dutrow said. "I don more info

SEOUL, June 10 -- It's not just about beef anymore. As tens of thousands of people waved candles in central Seoul and other South Korean cities, a month of street demonstrations against the purported danger of U.S. beef broadened on Tuesday night into a populist backlash against the country's more info

KRANJ, Slovenia — Major Europeans leaders — especially Britain, Germany and France — agree with President Bush that Iran shouldn't get nuclear weapons, but the prospect of tougher action comes, however, with a dose of skepticism, some analysts warn. A major stumbling block: Many European more info

NEW YORK -- Wall Street declined Tuesday as oil prices ratcheted higher and as speculation grew that the Federal Reserve might raise interest rates to fight inflation. The International Energy Agency said oil-producing nations outside OPEC are having a tough time keeping up with demand. The agency more info

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