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For their third debate the Republican candidates for the presidential nomination took the stage at the University of Colorado on Wednesday night for an event hosted by CNBC. Though the focus of the conversation was intended to be on business and details of their economic policies, the evening quickly devolved into a mess of accusations between candidates and moderators Carl Quintanilla, Becky Quick and John Harwood and a near complete oversight of debate structure. Candidates

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It's Devil's Night at the Hotel Cortez, which means those who aren't familiar with real-life serial killers might have found themselves a tad out of the loop during the first part of

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Leave it to someone nicknamed Doucheface to be the only decent person on How to Get Away with...

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Actor and model Sam Sarpong Jr., who co-hosted the MTV reality show

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Jake (Scott Foley) is determined to find the perpetrator behind Lazarus One on

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A review of annual report cards on how school districts are faring once again shows Ashland to be among Oregon's top districts. The entire community can be justifiably proud of that, but the celebration should be quick and the focus turned...

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At least once a day my son Colt pretends to be a train. He’ll come running down the hall to my home office, his arms pumping like the side rods on a steam engine. That’s why I was surprised when he came up next...

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People I know and support are deeply involved in opposing the Coos Bay liquefied natural gas (LNG) project and pipeline. The pipeline is proposed to snake through central and western Oregon, crossing over 400 pristine rivers and creeks. I...

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Varsity Theatre Oct. 30-Nov. 5 See www.catheatres.com for additional showtimes.   Truth NEW Sat.-Sun. early...

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Studio artist Trevis True's new exhibit, "denatured," explores the digital revolution's influence on contemporary culture and the bridge between the physical and digital worlds. Set in the Thorndike Gallery in the Center for Visual Arts at...

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Little monsters, princesses and ninjas will sleep well this Halloween weekend after a full day of celebration in downtown Ashland. “It’s going to be a lot of fun for every one of every age,” says Katharine Flanagan Cato...

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