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Anti-immigration fever strikes again
Maryland is home to this nation’s fourth largest bloc of Salvadoran immigrants in the U.S., and the last time this was cause for concern (if you can call it that) was in 2012 when Baltimore’s then-Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake made it clear she wanted ... read more
The Cameron Contagion: Britain spreads referendum fever across the EU
European publics want to be asked again what they feel about fundamental questions ... there are calls for a referendum to escape the currency before the next debt crisis strikes. In Austria, the anti-immigration Freedom Party is making inroads in regional ... read more
Lottery Fever Strikes Missouri Again
"Right when everyone is getting off work they like to get their lottery tickets so they never have to go to work again," Liz jokes ... just know that if you are the one who strikes on a jackpot, you won't remain anonymous due to Missouri Law. read more
Doll fever strikes again
The dolls get put in the hope chest, and I don't look at them for months on end, until the fever strikes anew. This year ... to get used to having them again. The odd thing is that I've discovered I don't need to have the dolls out where you can see ... read more
Russia seen sending heavy naval firepower to the Mediterranean after threatening to strike the US
Tensions between Russia and the US have reached a fever pitch after the UK accused Russia of carrying ... to the region around the same time it threatened to retaliate to any US strikes. Russia has supported Syrian President Bashar Assad for years during ... read more
Hold your horses: Polo fever strikes again
With the chill in the air and the sun shining bright, there couldn't have been a better day for a game of polo in the capital. Recently, the Jaipur Polo Grounds hosted the Neptune Foundation Polo Match, which saw not only intense action on the field but ... read more
NEW YORK DAY BY DAY; Lotto Fever Strikes Again
In the heart of Wall Street, a line formed yesterday in front of a newsstand on Beaver Street between Broad and William Streets. And the Lucky Newsstand, on the Bowery at Bayard Street in Chinatown, was also doing a booming business. ''The biggest ever ... read more
Eclipse fever strikes Oregon universities, schools seize 'unique educational opportunity'
"It's just a cool once in a lifetime experience," he said in an interview. Thirty-eight years later, Thorsett is an astrophysicist and again lives in Salem, this time as president of Willamette University. He'll have a second chance to see a total solar ... read more
Yellow Fever Strikes Again as the Nike LeBron XI Gets "Carmex'd"
LeBron James' affinity for Carmex continues as his current signature model, the Nike LeBron XI, gets the brand's signature colorway once again. First appearing on the Nike LeBron X, the Carmex colors of yellow and red, not to be confused with those of the ... read more
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