Many of us continue our love affairs with newspapers, in part because of the occasional headline that makes us laugh, like “Statistics show that teen pregnancy drops off significantly after age 25,” “Republicans turned off by size of Obama’s package” or “Homicide victims rarely talk to police.” 481 more words
When you are President of the United States, very little is off limits, including your bedside reading table.
Bloomberg News saw fit to report on President Obama’s trip over the weekend to a local independent bookstore, aptly named Politics and Prose, where he purchased a stack of 17 books. 358 more words
Who said football isn’t rocket science? MIT quarterback Peter Williams has led the Engineers to a perfect season and a first-round Division III playoff win. Williams, who graduated from Lincoln High School in Portland, is studying to become an aerospace engineer. 543 more words