Dickey Chapelle, the first female American war correspondent to be killed in action, is featured in a new pictorial memoir that collects her photos and notebooks spanning World War II to Vietnam.
Permanent Records is an ongoing closer look at the records that matter most. In virtually any other band in the world, Dickey Betts would have been the alpha dog, a superlative guitarist with the creativity to push his bandmates to new heights. Show More Summary
The Toronto Blue Jays' new front office is not resting on its laurels following the team's playoff appearance last season, with starting pitcher R.A. Dickey reportedly available in a trade. Jeff Blair of Sportsnet 590 The Fan reported that Dickey is "in play" for a possible deal if the Blue Jays find the right match. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
Former GOP representative from Arkansas, Jay Dickey, and former CDC director who was ousted over gun violence statistics, Mark Rosenberg, wrote a joint op-ed which was run by the Washington Post. An interesting read, though.
Our ninth annual holiday greeting from the family of Washington lawyer Raymond Dickey, who has been welcoming us into his home since 1912 or 2008, depending on how you look at it. This marks the last of the series, unless we find some more in our stocking come Friday. Show More Summary
“You can do anything you want to do if you want to do it so badly you’ll give up everything else to do it,” the Wisconsin-born photojournalist Dickey Chapelle said, according to her biography.
A Highland man was killed Saturday following a car crash near ArcelorMittal in East Chicago. John Weede, 38, of 3522 Wicker Ave. in Highland, died from blunt force trauma injuries following a car crash in the 3100 block of Dickey Road in East Chicago, according to a press release from the Lake...
As the holidays approach, here’s the gift that keeps on giving. Seventeen years ago Rep. Jay Dickey of Arkansas drafted a budget rider that stated that “[n] one of the funds made available for injury prevention and control at the Centers...Show More Summary
The Daily Beast’s Christopher Dickey and Time magazine’s Jay Newton-Small examining the Belgium connection to ISIS and the terrorists who attacked Paris.
On Sunday, The Daily Beast's Christopher Dickey furiously tried to connect the Second Amendment to the protection of slavery before the Civil War. Dickey touted how Charles Dickens and "several British visitors to American shores...discerned... Show More Summary
Just hours before the mass shooting in San Bernardino on Wednesday, physicians gathered on Capitol Hill to demand an end to the Dickey Amendment restricting federal funding for gun violence research. Members of Doctors for America, the...Show More Summary
Years of gunfire made him change his mind.
The Dickey amendment has, for nearly 20 years, barred federal research on the horrific epidemic of gun violence, and the National Rifle Association has made sure it stays in effect even as its original author has said it should be overturned. Show More Summary
In an attempt to push through research on gun violence, members of the Congress joined gun violence scientists and physicians in their aim to end the Dickey Amendment. The Dickey Amendment is a 20-year law that bans people from conducting scientific research about gun violence. Show More Summary
I'm good with a towel but don't call me towel boy!#SCtop10 @JayBilas @MarkJackson13 @notthefakeSVP @SportsCenter pic.twitter.com/3ElqR09xf2 — Jared Dickey (@Jared_Dickey) December 1, 2015 And you thought a typical half-court jumper was hard to hit. Show More Summary
As if half-court shots weren't challenging enough, Oklahoma State Cowboys basketball manager Jared Dickey decided to raise the degree of difficulty by throwing a towel into the equation. Coming up with the idea is one thing—making the shot is another. Show More Summary
Oklahoma State basketball manager Jared Dickey wrapped a Gatorade towel around a basketball and drilled a what was essentially a soccer (...)
The group that calls itself Islamic State goes by many other names, including ISIS, ISIL, and Daesh. The Wall Street Journal's Sloan Dickey walks through the names' different definitions and connotations.
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The Clay Helton file Born: June 24, 1972, in Gainesville, Fla. Childhood: Helton's father, Kim, was a college and NFL assistant and Clay grew up around coaches such as Doug Dickey at Florida, Howard Schnellenberger at Miami. As a boy, he played catch with Miami quarterbacks Jim Kelly and Bernie...