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June 22, 2008
The Caribbean in summer? It's a more appealing option than you might think, especially if you're looking for a bargain vacation this year. Here are a few reasons: 1. Prices are lower, with some hotels and resorts cutting as much as 60 percent off their winter rates. 2. Temperatures are typically only a few degrees higher than they are in the peak travel months of January through March. And they can be even lower than you'll find at popular beach spots back in the United States. 3. The threat of hurricanes is certainly real, but perhaps not as great as you might imagine.
By David L. Greene and David L. Greene,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | August 1, 2002
WASHINGTON - The White House acknowledged yesterday that while President Bush was serving on the board of Harken Energy Corp. in 1989, the company created an offshore subsidiary, which could have helped it avoid paying U.S. taxes. The revelation comes as Congress is engaged in debate over how to crack down on companies that move offices abroad to avoid corporate taxes or to skirt U.S. regulations. What Harken did was legal and is common practice for international corporations, analysts say. And it is not clear whether Bush was involved in the decision to create the overseas subsidiary.
By Chris Kraul and Chris Kraul,LOS ANGELES TIMES | August 20, 2007
CARACAS, Venezuela -- Immense and dangerous Hurricane Dean slammed into Jamaica's southern shore yesterday evening, ripping roofs from buildings, flattening trees and flooding coastal areas. Although there were no early reports of deaths, Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller said she was "very concerned" about the storm's impact, especially about the eastern parish of St. Thomas, with which the national disaster preparedness office lost contact. The hurricane, the most powerful Caribbean storm this season, remained on a course that could take it to Mexico's busiest tourist zone, the Yucatan Peninsula, by late today or early tomorrow.
By JANE BRYANT QUINN | May 23, 1993
New York--Psssst. Wanna buy some indium? It's today's fanciest investment (um, what's the word? Oh yes . . .) scam. Gullible Americans are taking the bait from boiler rooms clustered in Toronto and the Cayman Islands, beyond the jurisdiction of U.S. law.If they get you on the phone, these "yakkers" will say that Detroit plans to use indium on all car and truck windows. They'll say the defense industry is snapping it up. They'll call back a week later and say you've already made money (they saved you some indium at last week's price, but can't hold it indefinitely . . .)
September 12, 2004
NATIONAL Grief and remembrance for 9/11 On the third anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, Americans paused yesterday to remember and mourn. Relatives of those who were killed read out their names at Ground Zero in New York. President Bush and his Democratic opponent, Sen. John Kerry, also paid quiet tribute to the victims. [Page 3a] Clinton spurs surge in checkups Former President Bill Clinton's highly publicized bypass surgery has caused worried, middle-aged men across the country with similar symptoms to rush to hospitals for checkups.
By MELODY SIMMONS | May 19, 1991
Pearl Harbor Day, 1986, saw a number of Johns Hopkins University dignitaries gather for an elegant banquet at the Hyatt Regency's Constellation Room to honor retiring provost Richard P. Longaker.Also that year, then-president Steven Muller took one of his many trips to Europe to raise money for Hopkins.At the University of Pittsburgh, the president's wife took a trip to the Grand Cayman Islands, and Pitt administrators and guests went to the opera.Massachusetts Institute of Technology officials shopped at a posh jewelry store, and Cornell University representatives ordered exclusive Steuben wine glasses and paid off the president's overdue library fines.
July 24, 2005
LOOKING FORWARD MONDAY One year after the release of the Sept. 11 commission report recommending an overhaul of the U.S. security and intelligence apparatus, the House Homeland Security Committee will hold a hearing titled "The Secretary's Second-Stage Review: Re-thinking the Department of Homeland Security's Organization and Policy Direction." The House Small Business Committee will hear testimony on the government's compelling pharmacists to dispense drugs to which they are morally opposed.
By Kimberly A.C. Wilson and Kimberly A.C. Wilson,SUN STAFF | November 4, 2002
ST. JOHN'S, Antigua - When John Allen Muhammad snatched his three young children in Tacoma, Wash., and fled a custody order 4,000 miles to the twin-island nation of Antigua and Barbuda, he landed on an atoll in flux. The year was 2000, and the U.S. Treasury Department had just lifted an advisory that warned Americans to take precautions when investing there, even as the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development called the former British colony a tax haven on the order of the Cayman Islands, Panama and Lebanon.
July 20, 1997
Steve LeePos.: FullbackHeight: 6-0Weight: 265Age: 23Season: RookieHighlights: Used primarily as a blocker, he paved the way for Indiana RB Alex Smith's two 1,000-yard seasons. Started every game last season for the Hoosiers. Academic All-American and All-Big Ten Conference selection in 1995. All-state, all-conference and all-county pick as a linebacker and fullback at Lawrence North High School in Indianapolis.Favorite restaurant: Yonker's Steakhouse in IndianapolisFavorite TV show: "SportsCenter"Leisure activities: Weight training, boatingFavorite vacation spot: Cayman IslandsPub Date: 7/20/97
By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,Staff Writer Staff writer Peter Hermann contributed to this story | November 21, 1993
The difference made by a sensational murder case nearly 10 years ago ago can be seen in two photographs of children swimming among coral reefs that hang on a wall of the Northern District Police Station in Linthicum.Another difference shows in a lawyer who has decided that it's silly to scream at his children over a messy room, and another in a woman who, her own children grown, devotes her time to teaching troubled young people how to cope and express themselves.In the decade since mild-mannered Larry Swartz, 17, killed his parents in a blood bath at the family's Cape St. Claire home on the night of Jan. 16, 1984, those close to the youth say the lessons they learned from his story changed their lives.
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