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Bobby Rydell in 1998
Bobby Rydell in 1998
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Story: Interview With Bobby Rydell By Cookie Curci
Singer Bobby Rydell back on the road and packing the showrooms, actor and hit singer from the 1950s and 60s. Underwent a combined liver and kidney transplant.
The No. 1 ranked undergraduate international business program at the South Carolina Moore School sends two of its top students to Oxford, for two terms.
Malcolm Out Loud is proud to announce the launch of the new ground-breaking Interactive TV Web Channel.


Health insurance companies suddenly want in on the Obamacare action for 2015.
Randy Foreman meets with Lt. Mike Zullo, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's top deputy in Washington DC, to discuss the Obama Birth Certificate investigation.
A new movie, UnFair: Exposing the IRS takes you behind the scenes of the devious IRS world, exposing the IRS as blatantly unfair.


If we don't respect our freedoms if we don't live with respect of others and the rules of stability of guide a civil people then we have and will continue to degrade our nation's integrity into a state of shame.
The claim on any land should reside on who found it first.


In addition to reacting to multiple training scenarios focused on containing situations quickly and with minimal force, Soldiers gained a solid understanding of the different equipment and capabilities.
Maj. Kopczynski will succeed Lt. Col. Marcus Thomas, who has served as the director since March, 2010.


Talking With Heroes in Afghanistan
Good News from Bob Calvert's Missions to Iraq and Afghanistan
Heroes


Apple has plans to add mobile wallet technology to the iPhone 6 following a deal with Visa, MasterCard and Amex that will allow users to make contactless, card-less payments.
4th Annual Christmas in July with a Taste of Tequila for Tampa Bay business owners who partner with Bay Area business associations, organizations to connect to the community.


In a recent poll commissioned by one of Amash's supporters, Club for Growth, The Hill reported the incumbent had a comfortable lead.
Some states have opted out of ObamaCare but this week seniors on social security are learning this will cost them $1200 per year in reduced payments.


A readers writes to say he is unhappy about the Commander in Chief being more interested in playing golf than addressing any of the crises confronting our nation.
We are condemning our children and grandchildren to poverty and insurmountable debt. It is true that we will not be around to face their wrath. However it might be nice to think that they would thank us rather than hate us.


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In what could have ended over 300 years of joint government with the south (England/Wales), Scotland's citizens age 16 and older yesterday voted to remain in Great Britain.
Facebook and social media has become a popular way for companies to test the market and launch their products-something that is getting easier and easier these days.
Canton-Plymouth Mettetal Airport manager, Jim Morency, announced a lineup of free activities. It is an opportunity to learn about general aviation, engine and airframe job possibilities
The Brent Shapiro Foundation 9th annual gala. Guests, beautifully dressed and bejeweled, attend to honor the memory of Brent Shapiro who lost his life to drugs.

The cowardly and barbaric murder of British aid worker David Haines by ISIS was condemned by the British Prime Minister and the National Council of Resistance of Iran.
Boots on the ground or not, we are at war with ISIS in Iraq and moving slowly towards it in Syria. The US has let down the Syrian Freedom Fighters. Will it continue?
For an average reader it is essential to know that the packaged drinking water is processed with multi stage purification processes such as Sand filter, activated carbon filter, ultraviolet disinfection, ultra filtration, Reverse Osmosis and Ozoniza


Most black people hit a dead end when trying to trace their lineage, because their ancestors were considered fungible goods during slavery, meaning they were merely personal property to be bought and sold,
Here, Denzel and director Antoine Fuqua discuss their reuniting to collaborate again on The Equalizer.


Donna Kshir, prolific author and child advocate encourages others to take a stand against child abuse, because too many innocent children are being seriously injured and killed.
Kavitha Kuruganti reports real change for the dalit women of Tivsala village. More women now own land, and this trend needs to be studied more closely.


Hundreds of Tibetans living in northeast India assembled in Guwahati on the international human rights day to raise their voices against the rampant violation of rights in Tibet by Chinese authority.
Officials Warn Tibetans Not to Gather At Cremations. It is sending the wrong message.
Harrowing images emerged yesterday (October 23) of the self-immolation of Dorje Rinchen in the main street in Labrang (Chinese: Xiahe), a day after the self-immolation at Labrang monastery of Dhondup.


Nepal is a small stakeholder who pollutes less but is affected more. All should help and contribute to Nepal to fund and provide necessary support to fight against climate changes.
John Child says new US Peace Corps volunteers have arrived in Nepal. After training they go to the west. US Military medics also arrived for a first aid exercise.
The rule of law does not apply in Nepal when Maoist cadres killed people. Human Rights Commission says the government is now killing the deceased's parents.


The match was played at stadium Banadir in Mogadishu on Sunday 7th of September 2014 after the UN special representative for Somalia Nicholas Kay requested the Somali FA to organize the match this weekend as an early celebration for the Internationa
Little nubs all over Brazuca soccer ball changes everything, Kevin Roeten says - it is a high-tech innovation for an old sport.
The exciting, ground breaking catch wrestling style continues to turn heads and is a big hit in Mixed Martial Arts circles

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