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Few musicians have won a wider audience for jazz

For more than half a century in the much-buffeted business of jazz, Ramsey Lewis has become known, like Sloopy in one of his hit recordings, for hanging on.

Letters

US gearing up for war with Iran, despite denials

AFTER weeks of speculation over a US military attack on Iran, events moved closer towards war this week.

World

Are Democrats too confident in 2008 election race?

LOWELL, Mass. (Reuters) - Mary Burns has the kind of Democratic pedigree that dominates Massachusetts politics. Her family and friends vote Democratic, and she lives in a district that has not elected a Republican in 35 years.

World

Democrats worry Bush setting up war with Iran

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Some Democratic presidential candidates worried on Thursday the White House had begun a march to war by declaring Iran's Revolutionary Guard a terrorism supporter while a top Republican said

World

Giuliani hits Democrats on Iran, draws Romney fire

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani said on Friday Iranians need to realize

World

Political markets see Clinton vs Giuliani contest

WASHINGTON, Oct 29 (Reuters) - Traders on the Iowa Electronic Markets, which have been predicting U.S. elections with surprising accuracy for 20 years, are expecting a tight presidential vote next year, with the Democrat narrowly defeating the Republican.

World

Clinton dominates U.S. campaign news, study finds

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton has dominated news coverage of the 2008 White House race, partly due to negative segments about her on conservative talk radio, according to a new study released on Monday.

Lifestyle

Just call me Kool

These days, keepingone's name short andcool appears to bethe norm … at leastonthe Internet.

Lifestyle

Soul on fire

Despite drug and legal problems, the talented but troubled British singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse was the toast ofthe 50th annual Grammy awards, walking away with five wins.

Lifestyle

A time to choose

Do voters' choices ultimately reveal their preferences or prejudices?