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The Daily Ardmoreite
Updated at 2:32 PM

For the life of me I can’t quite figure out which is worse, Marco Rubio’s pretensions to foreign-policy expertise or the gullibility of people who actually believe his nonsense.

Updated at 11:24 AM

Dave Granlund cartoon about ISIS in Minnesota.

Updated at 11:18 AM

It may not have been Inigo Montoya getting revenge on the Six-Finger Man who killed his father, but it was pretty sweet.

Posted at 11:00 AM

The state House of Representatives was sharply divided over legislation that would allow county commissioners to impose a fee on civil cases in order to finance courthouse security measures.

Updated at 10:52 AM

In most parts of the country, spring means asparagus is now in abundance. This is great news for both the home cook and for those restaurants involved in the popular farm-to-table movement.

Updated at 10:08 AM

What plant is more associated with spring than azaleas, the South’s favorite shrub?

Updated at 10:06 AM

An Egyptian criminal court on Tuesday sentenced ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi to 20 years in prison on charges linked to the killing of protesters in 2012, the first verdict to be issued against the country's first freely elected leader.

Posted at 10:00 AM

The annual Breast Cancer Awareness Day will be held at the state Capitol on Tuesday, April 21. The educational event is free to the public and provides information on prevention, treatment, support groups and other pertinent topics.

Updated at 9:51 AM

Kate Chopin, the tortured and socially restricted author of “The Awakening,” also wrote a short story in the late 1900s that is considered a frontrunner in feminist literature. It’s called “The Story of an Hour.”

Updated at 9:48 AM

For new parents, choosing the right foods for their baby can be an anxiety-inducing decision, made even more difficult by all the conflicting nutrition information out there. Jill Hillhouse and Jordan Wagman are hoping that their new book, “The Best...

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