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November 4, 1986
Huggins announces that he's "fed up with the weak whimpers of the left-leaning politicians and physical cowards" opposed to Reagan's Central American policies. His letter reminds me of Steve Allen's angry-man routine on television. If it weren't so serious it would be funny. As the founder of Vietnam Veterans Who Don't Want Their Sons to Die for Nothing, obviously one of the groups Huggins despises, I'd like to point out a few facts. Perhaps Huggins will hear them over the noise of his rattling sabers.
April 19, 1989 |
As the race to produce fusion in a flask heated up around the world Tuesday, Stanford University revealed experiments that indicate nuclear fusion, and not some kind of chemical reaction, is the most likely explanation for heat generated by a table-top apparatus at the University of Utah. The Stanford announcement came on the heels of discovery of helium-4 in the Utah experiment, a discovery that fits perfectly with a growing number of theories that explain why it might be possible to achieve fusion at room temperature with a simple experiment.
August 8, 2012 |
Just weeks before the national political conventions get underway, a crucial figure has yet to commit to the presidential race. Jason Sudeikis, who plays "Saturday Night Live's" Mitt Romney as a cheerfully button-down, out-of-touch, Ward Cleaver-like figure, said he has not yet decided whether to return to the sketch show when it resumes this fall. After nine years at "SNL" - the last few as the show's most valuable straight man - Sudeikis has been spending recent months focusing on his movie career.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 2, 2010 |
Stephen J. Cannell, the prolific television writer and producer who co-created "The Rockford Files" and "The A-Team" and later became a bestselling novelist, has died. He was 69. Cannell died Thursday evening of complications associated with melanoma at his home in Pasadena, his family said. In a career that began in the late 1960s when he sold his first TV script and took off as he soon became the hottest young writer on the Universal lot, Cannell created or co-created more than 40 TV shows, including "Baa Baa Black Sheep," "Baretta," "The Greatest American Hero" and "21 Jump Street.
March 23, 2002 |
Despite a report saying he would accept an offer to become West Virginia's coach, Bob Huggins said Friday he has yet to make a decision. Huggins, the Cincinnati coach, also did not indicate whether West Virginia has made an offer. A report earlier in the day that appeared on CBS SportLine.com, based on unidentified sources, said Huggins would accept West Virginia's offer. "I have not made a decision," Huggins, 48, told Cincinnati's WCPO-TV. "I don't know anything."
September 30, 2002 |
Cincinnati basketball Coach Bob Huggins' condition improved Sunday, a day after he suffered a heart attack at Pittsburgh International Airport during a recruiting trip. Huggins, 49, remained in serious but stable condition at Medical Center in Beaver, about 20 miles northwest of Pittsburgh, said Tom Hathaway, Cincinnati's assistant athletic director. "He continues to make progress and the doctors are happy with the type of progress he's made this afternoon," Hathaway said.