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World NowREPORTING FROM BEIRUT --- Morocco's political reforms are being tested in a court case involving a local rapper charged with insulting public officials in a song about police corruption and a YouTube video with a picture showing a police officer with...
24 FramesIn conjunction with its currrent photography exhibition, "Herb Ritts: L.A. Style," the Getty presents a new film series, "What Becomes a Legend," which opens Saturday afternoon with the famed 1921 romance "The Sheik," starring the silent screen heartthrob...
Former Connecticut Congressman-turned-lobbyist Toby Moffett apparently doesn't appreciate my blog posts about his representation of big-time (and recently indicted) online poker moguls and the Egyptian generals that have been the target of massive and...
FOX 17 NewsLand Before Time: Pre-Dino Subterranean World Discovered (Source: FOX News) Long before dinosaurs, something was digging intricate homes and roads underground. While life on Earth 240 million years ago flourished in the seas and on land, the underground...
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Did you know if you commit “marriage fraud” in the U.S. (pretending to marry a U.S. citizen in order to stay in this country) you could go to prison for five years and be fined $250,000? A bunch of Moroccan immigrants and their American...
Daily American reporterThe Big Savage Tunnel monument at the Deal access area along the Great Allegheny Passage is drawing a lot of attention. The monument is a four-sided marker featuring the names of donors to the $12 million tunnel restoration project and information about...
Whether it's balanced on the rim of a volcano or made of crystallized salt, the right hotel can provide you with a good year's worth of bragging material. These are the kinds of places you have to go at least once, if only to say you have. The best...
Tags: Architecture, Health, Landforms, File Sharing, Building Material
CAP DRAA, Morocco – The sun barely peeked over the horizon when the stillness was shattered by the roar of artillery. The son of a Lancaster man crawled out of his tent into the southern Moroccan morning to begin another day. Marine Reserve...
Come summer, mezze, those small dishes drawn from a vast Middle Eastern tradition, are just about the perfect food. The flavors are vivid. Many of them are served at room temperature. No rush. I love this way of eating, a bite here, a bite there, as the...
Daily American reporterCHICKENTOWN — Frederick K. “Fritz” Morocco’s glass is always half full, it is never half empty. “Life, it is going fast,” said the 76-year-old Somerset resident. And he is enjoying the ride. His wife, Janet, who is...
The sweet aroma of rice fills the air as David Ng steps forward in a Southeast Baltimore warehouse to inspect a shipment of hundreds of sacks of imported basmati rice. He folds back the stitched seams of the 40-pound burlap sacks holding grain that have...
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One of the signature photos travelers always take in Morocco is of heaping piles of spices in a variety of enticing colorful displays. These setups aspire to overwhelm visitors with the enchantment of a new and undiscovered place — and to...
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