News archive from 6 June 2012

US Open stays true to its title

The U.S. Open prides itself on being the toughest test in golf. It never said anything about wanting to have the toughest field in golf, and we can only hope it doesn't follow the British Open down that road. By staying true to its title -...

 

Sherif Mansour, U.S. citizen who faces NGO charges in Egypt, freed until verdict is reached

CAIRO Lawyers for defendants in Egypt’s case against American nongovernmental organizations charged with operating illegally in the country accused the military government Tuesday of delaying the release of key documents the lawyers say are...

 
'Book of Mormon' fans gather in NY for free show

'Book of Mormon' fans gather in NY for free show

NEW YORK -- One fan of the hit Broadway show "The Book of Mormon" will be flying in to New York all the way from Atlanta. Another will be getting up at 3 a.m. to catch a train into the city. A third made sure he'd be able to skip work - he...

 

Lawyers for American NGOs in Egyptian case demand release of files

CAIRO - Lawyers for defendants in Egypt's case against American nongovernmental organizations charged with operating illegally in the country accused the military government Tuesday of delaying the release of key documents the lawyers say are needed...

 

Burned bodies in Arizona desert linked to Tempe murder-suicide

The burned SUV that was found in the Pinal County desert was registered to a missing Tempe family of five that includes three children. Tempe police on Tuesday characterized the case as a murder-suicide investigation. Tempe police notified Pinal...

 

Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts Free Tales for Tots Program June 6

 Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts Mark you calendars! This FREE program for young children and their families combines storytelling, books and art in the Museum. Tales for Tots Wednesday, June 6 at 10:30amJoin

 

Readers' Q&A: Mark Gonzales' White Sox mailbag

The Sox need more production from second and third base. I've been scanning teams' Triple-A affiliates to see if anybody could help and then I see a trade the Angels made with the Padres that could have made sense for the Sox: right-handed reliever...

 
Tuesday's Tigers lineup: Jim Leyland will see what Matt Young can do

Tuesday's Tigers lineup: Jim Leyland will see what Matt Young can do

Detroit - If he doesn't know a lot about a player, manager Jim Leyland doesn't fake it.So when he was asked about left fielder Matt Young, whom he hit second in the Tigers' lineup Tuesday night against Cleveland - in Young's first appearance as a...

 

Sticky, sweet and spicy Mexican Chocolate Honey Cake

A bit of heat and a lot of sweet make this mango-topped chocolate honey cake a fine choice for dessert after a Tex-Mex meal. Bake the cake in any style Bundt pan you like. A more conventional tube pan also would work. You even could divide the batter...

 

A creamy chicken curry dish you'll love

If that’s the case, don’t hesitate to open a jar and use a prepared blend. The result won’t be as intense, but it still will be delicious. Use 2 tablespoons of the powder as a substitute for the turmeric, curry leaves, cinnamon, cumin, peppercorns and...

 
Jonathan Papelbon says umpire ‘sucked’ and was ‘terrible’ in Phillies’ loss to Dodgers Monday night 

Jonathan Papelbon says umpire ‘sucked’ and was ‘terrible’ in Phillies’ loss to Dodgers Monday night 

Jonathan Papelbon learned Monday night that he can’t get ejected for his thoughts, but he’ll likely learn another lesson shortly — his critical comments can have an impact on his paycheck. Papelbon, the former Red Sox and current Phillies closer,...

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Spice up your dinner with these jalapeño-spiced corn cakes

FRESH CORN CAKES1 cup cornmeal 1/4 cup flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin 2 eggs, separated (divided use)  1/2 cup buttermilk 1 cup corn, cut from the cob 1/2 cup green onions, minced 2 tablespoons oil Sour...

 
Marshall Space Flight Center to host annual 'Take Our Children to Work Day'

Marshall Space Flight Center to host annual 'Take Our Children to Work Day'

Marshall Space Flight Center will on Thursday host "Take Our Children to Work Day." (The Huntsville Times)HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- The children of engineers, scientists and support workers at Marshall Space Flight Center will get a taste of...

 
HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology receives $125,000 grant to look for causes of ALS disease

HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology receives $125,000 grant to look for causes of ALS disease

Participants walk during the 7th Annual Walk to Defeat ALS at Joe Davis Stadium Saturday Aug. 27, 2011.(The Huntsville Times/Robin Conn)HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- Research work at the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology is getting a boost in the study...

 

Fannie Mae names Mayopoulos as new CEO

WASHINGTON -- Timothy Mayopoulos, the general counsel of Fannie Mae, will be the next CEO of the government-controlled mortgage giant. Fannie Mae says Mayopoulos, 53, will become president and chief executive officer on June 18. He replaces Michael J....

 

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