“I think Gov. Paterson’s greatest legacy is the parody that was done on ‘Saturday Night Live.’ ”
Upon succeeding Richard Nixon in 1974, President Gerald Ford proclaimed, “Our long national nightmare is over.” Ford was referring to the Watergate scandal that had preoccupied the nation for months. But the nightmare of Vietnam that began in 1955, when we first dispatched military advisers to Southeast Asia and then ignominiously pulled out of that foreign policy disaster on April 30, 1975, continues to haunt our nation.
WASHINGTON | Unburdened by the catastrophes of past Game 7s littering the Washington Capitals' playoff history, rookie Evgeny Kuznetsov delivered a breathtaking, series-clinching goal that got Alex Ovechkin's seal of approval.
DETROIT When the Detroit Tigers signed Joe Nathan before the 2014 season, they expected baseball’s active saves leader to simply keep rolling. After a few too many bad outings, they traded for a backup plan in Joakim Soria, widely considered the top reliever on the market.
DEAR ABBY: I have been married twice. My first marriage lasted 20 years, the second one about four years.
The day is ruled by the Leo moon, a playful, extravagant and exaggerated showman. People can tolerate more drama than usual and won’t mind a bit of posturing, bragging and the like — in fact, they might prefer the excitement. The evening has a different tone, as the Virgo moon takes over to bring everyone back to reality.
NEW YORK (AP) — A prestigious award from the Brooklyn Museum honors women who have made outstanding contributions in their fields.
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — In the days leading up to one of his craziest stunts ever, tightrope walker Nik Wallenda has done the following: drop his…
Tonight’s Schuylerville Area Chamber of Commerce meeting will allow public comment concerning the proposed construction of a Dollar General store in the village of Schuylerville.
The junior prom has changed quite a bit since I was in school.
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Queesnbury Plaza photograph from the upcoming Chapman Historica Museum exhibit 'Queensbury's Boom: from Country to Suburb'. The exhibit of images primarily covers the 1950s and 1960s growth period of Queensbury. (Courtesy Chapman Historical Museum)
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