James Brooks Chandler is charged with second-degree murder in the death of Philip Snodgrass.
The March 5 sale of President Lyndon Johnson’s April 5 1968 condolence letter to Coretta Scott King is just the latest in a long line of letters-by-famous people (usually dead people) that head to the auction block. In the case of Johnson’s condolence letter, Quinn’s Auction Galleries in Northern Virginia expects to sell the document for at least $120,000, with minimum bids starting for $60,000. Letters written by presidents and ex-presidents often command big bucks from collectors
The King estate tangled with Harry Belafonte when the singer tried to sell the letter. Now his sister will auction it.
Thousands lost power and some roads became slick as the region struggled with ice and winds.
Detectives arrested the man in a case that had been cold since Dec. 13, 2004.
Rep. Michael Honda, whose district will be the location of next year’s Super Bowl, made it clear that though the bill is sweeping, it clearly targets one sports team.
An early review of his writing: “On its own modest terms, [the book] succeeds.“
Oh, Anne Murray, Fleetwood Mac, Aerosmith. Wait: Aerosmith?
From “Homeland” to “The Americans,” they add a dose of reality to espionage entertainment.
In the end, ‘Children of the Fallen,’ contains 14 vignettes about 17 kids, whose ages range from 6 to 34 and who live all across the country.