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  Joe McGinniss' “The Rogue,” the “investigative chronicle” of former Alaska governor Sarah Palin, will be catnip for Palin haters hoping to see her discredited as a potential presidential candidate. But the gossipy tale...

‘The Rogue' paints tough portrait of Palin

Updated: 9/20/2011 11:55 AM

  It's been 20 years since the release of Nirvana's “Nevermind.” The album, which included cultural anthems like “Smells Like Teen Spirit” and “Come As You Are,” marked the beginning of the alt-rock movement of the...

Nirvana members reminisce about the band and its effects on music

Updated: 9/20/2011 11:46 AM

  Shouldn't both parties of an ended affair suffer the consequences, especially when one marriage ends in divorce and the other continues as if nothing ever happened.

Causing trouble for former mistress won’t solve his problems

Updated: 9/20/2011 04:17 AM

  "My Fair Lady" offers a rousing start to The Paramount Theatre's homegrown series of Broadway musicals. With this beloved musical classic, executive director Tim Rater and artistic director Jim Corti put a kibosh on any doubts that the Paramount...

Sterling ‘My Fair Lady' gives Paramount a rousing start

Updated: 9/19/2011 04:23 PM

  Sandra Brown delivers a Hitchcockian thriller that reads like a bullet with her new novel, “Lethal.” Quality romantic suspense is challenging to write since readers already know the main characters will initially hate each other but...

Sandra Brown delivers her best with fast-paced ‘Lethal'

Updated: 9/20/2011 09:50 AM

  The saga of battle-weary fighters and their campaign against an invading, parasitic alien army continues with “Resistance 3,” a first-person shooter that covers all of that gaming genre's basics, but feels a bit redundant otherwise.

‘Resistance 3' just average in otherwise standout series

Updated: 9/19/2011 12:06 PM

  In his new Talk with the Editor column, Editor John Lampinen heads into the weekend with a recommendation on an essay about how awesome newspapers are.

Talk with the Editor: The awesomeness of newspapers

Updated: 9/23/2011 05:18 PM

  A military judge has recommended that an Army sergeant accused of killing U.S. military personnel at a mental health clinic on a base in Iraq in May 2009 should not face a possible death sentence because he is mentally ill. Col. James Pohl said in...

No death penalty in ’09 Iraq deaths

Updated: 9/19/2011 09:41 AM

  Police and a gun-rights expert say a man who caused a commotion by carrying a holstered handgun on his hip at Evansville’s zoo was within his rights under Indiana law, which now largely prohibits local governments from limiting gun possession.

Ind. cities facing changes in state gun laws

Updated: 9/19/2011 09:21 AM

  TOMAH, Wis. — A Wisconsin soldier who died while scuba diving in Hawaii will be buried Monday in Tomah with military honors.

Soldier who died while scuba diving laid to rest

Updated: 9/19/2011 08:56 AM

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