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Suspected debris from missing jet eludes searchers - Asbury Park Press
Weather was not believed to be a factor ... (1:40 p.m. ET Friday). It was scheduled to land in Beijing at 6:30 a.m. local time. The last radar signal was received as the aircraft approached Vietnam airspace near the Ca Mau province. The twin-engine ...
Parents of Rachel Canning cannot bear to see daughter 'savaged' by public after lawsuit filed - Asbury Park Press
The father of a Morris Catholic High School senior who is suing her parents for child support and college costs said Saturday he just wants his daughter to return home and is grieving that she publicly is perceived as “a spoiled brat.”
No shock: Wichita State will enter NCAA tournament 34-0 - Asbury Park Press
Let's give them the whole enchilada." The Shockers charged onto the court and beat Indiana State 83-69 in the Missouri Valley Conference title game before a Scottrade Center crowd awash in yellow and black. Wichita State (34-0) will become the first team ...
Detroit Lions owner William Clay Ford passes away at 88 - Asbury Park Press
Detroit Lions owner William Clay Ford, the grandson of auto pioneer Henry Ford, died this morning, according to Ford Motor Co. Ford, 88, had been increasingly reclusive around the team in recent years as his health became fragile. He made one appearance at ...
What to make of Barry Bonds' return to baseball? - Asbury Park Press
"Barry's got too much to give," Cleveland Indians ... seeing guys doing their best on their own effort. "Every era, there's always going to be guys who figure out ways to get ahead. But in general I think it's a cleaner sport now. Most important, I think ...
Nightengale: Ryan Braun leads the majors in confidence - Asbury Park Press
PHOENIX -- They taunt Ryan Braun the moment he steps into the on-deck circle. They scream at him while he's at the plate, boo as he catches fly balls. Braun never flinches. Oh, he hears you. The cascade of boos drowns out most of the personal nastiness ...
Duvall's latest: Redemption on the road, in 'Old Mexico' - Asbury Park Press
AUSTIN - Fans of Robert Duvall's work on Lonesome Dove will want to spend A Night in Old Mexico with the Oscar-winning actor. His new film, which is screening at South By Southwest this week, is a redemptive story of Titus "Red" Bovie, an ex-rancher who's ...
Sneak peek: Erik Estrada flies in 'Planes' sequel - Asbury Park Press
It's been decades since Erik Estrada rocked his motorcycle as Frank "Ponch" Poncherello in the classic 1980s television show CHiPs (California Highway Patrol). But Estrada is back in the animated film Planes: Fire & Rescue (out July 18) voicing Nick "Loop ...
'Believe' leaves a lot of doubts - Asbury Park Press
That there's a little girl with undefined mystical powers whom bad guys want and good guys have sworn to protect? We've gone that route before, recently in Touch and usually with scant success, but OK - what's one more time? Believe that recent Oscar ...
'Believe' it: Directors CuarÃ³n, Abrams team up for TV - Asbury Park Press
NBC's Believe is teeming with special powers - telekinesis, levitation, clairvoyance - but they aren't all the province of Bo (Johnny Sequoyah), the 10-year-old girl at the drama's center. J.J. Abrams, who's directing the latest Star Wars film, and Alfonso ...