FOCUS: GEOGRAPHY

Track-It America

Mentioned in 10169 news articles

  • Share on the web
  • Rss
2 hours 11 minutes ago

Ben Bradlee, legendary Washington Post Executive Editor, dead at 93

CBS NEWS

The well-respected editor was best known for his leadership of the paper through the Watergate scandal
Read more
on Tue Oct 21 10:31 PM

Legendary Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee dies | National News

WMUR

Ben Bradlee, the charismatic Washington Post editor who guided the paper through the era of the Pentagon Papers and Watergate and was immortalized on screen in "All the President's Men," has died. He was 93.
Read more
on Tue Oct 21 10:31 PM

Legendary Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee dies | National News

WAPT TV 16

Ben Bradlee, the charismatic Washington Post editor who guided the paper through the era of the Pentagon Papers and Watergate and was immortalized on screen in "All the President's Men," has died. He was 93.
Read more
From 'Murder' to 'Utopia': 17 Highest and Lowest-Rated New TV Broadcast Shows (So Far)

From 'Murder' to 'Utopia': 17 Highest and Lowest-Rated New TV Broadcast Shows (So Far)

THE WRAP | on Tue, Oct 21, 9:41 PM

Fall means leaves changing colors, a crisp in the air and new TV shows. Some installments of that final seasonal trait will become long-running hits, while others won't even last their episode orders. As an early examination, TheWrap ranked...
Read more
Top 20 TV Ratings: Peyton Manning's Record-Breaking Performance Dwarfs Competition

Top 20 TV Ratings: Peyton Manning's Record-Breaking Performance Dwarfs Competition

THE WRAP | on Tue, Oct 21, 8:39 PM

Peyton Manning set the all-time career touchdown pass mark on Sunday night and handed NBC's “Sunday Night Football” its best ratings of the NFL season. And right behind the “Football Night in America” game's lofty...
Read more
on Tue Oct 21 7:45 PM

Head of Mexican Cartel Appears in US Court

VOICE OF AMERICA

A man U.S. authorities call the head of a major Mexican drug gang, the Gulf Cartel, has appeared in a court in Beaumont, Texas. Juan Francisco Saenz-Tamez, from the Mexican state of Tamaulipas, was arrested by U.S. federal agents while shopping...
Read more
on Tue Oct 21 5:18 PM

Congolese 'Rape Doctor' Wins Sakharov Human Rights Prize

VOICE OF AMERICA

A Congolese gynecologist who has spent more than 15 years helping women heal from the horrors of rape is the winner of this year's Sakharov human rights prize. The European Parliament unanimously chose Dr. Denis Mukwege for what it calls his...
Read more
on Tue Oct 21 5:07 PM

Vietnamese Americans Rally for Hong Kong Students

VOICE OF AMERICA

More than 200 Vietnamese Americans rallied late Sunday in southern California to support Hong Kong students and residents who are protesting for universal suffrage in the Chinese territory. The crowd, filled with many students, gathered late...
Read more
on Mon Oct 20 5:08 PM
on Tue Jan 29 7:41 PM

Are Ghosts Real? | The Pseudoscience of Ghost Hunting

LIVESCIENCE

Ghost hunters like to believe that ghosts exist, but science and logic are ghost busters.
Read more

Semantic processing powered by OpenCalais

Use of the DailyMe service and DailyMe web site constitutes acceptance of the Company's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

© 2014 DailyMe, Inc. All rights reserved.