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There's been a deluge of rain in New England for four days, and there's no letup in sight. The torrential rains are washing out roads, drenching basements and overflowing dams in swelling rivers.
Tim Stone of Stonehill Environmental repositions an absorbent boom near oil storage tanks that tipped due to rising floodwaters in Manchester, N.H.
November 22, 2004
November 10, 2004
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - David Cross loves the awkward idiot. And in “The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret” (10 p.m. EDT Friday, IFC), he gets to play one a daffy American who moves to England to head up a sales team in his employer’s newly established London office.
LONDON - Rapper Kanye West was arrested after a fracas outside a nightclub but released without charge, British media reported Friday.
NEW DELHI - England has canceled its cricket tour of India in the wake of terror attacks that have killed at least 101 people in Mumbai.
NEW YORK - A British beauty queen says she was told to pack on pounds for the upcoming Miss World competition - an unexpected request, considering she's not rail-thin. "I was a little bit shocked," Miss England Georgia Horsley said Friday in an interview on NBC's "Today" show.
Miss England 2007, Georgia Horsley poses in this July 30, 2007 file photo.
FORT HOOD, Texas - Army Pfc. Lynndie England should be punished lightly for her crimes at Abu Ghraib because the Baghdad prison was a "poisonous environment" where abusive treatment of detainees was inevitable, a defense witness told a military jury Tuesday.
U.S. Army Pfc. Lynndie R. England, arrives at the courthouse Tuesday in Fort Hood, Texas.
May 3, 2005
FORT HOOD, Texas - Pfc. Lynndie England, the young woman pictured grinning, giving a thumbs-up and holding a naked Iraqi by a leash in some of the most notorious photos to come out of the Abu Ghraib scandal, pleaded guilty Monday to mistreating prisoners.
May 2, 2005
Army Pfc. Lynndie England arrives for a court hearing at Fort Hood, Texas, Monday.
Flooding on a scale rarely seen in New England forced hundreds of people from their homes and businesses Wednesday, overwhelmed sewage systems and isolated communities as it washed out bridges and rippled across thoroughfares from Maine to Connecticut.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A fierce weekend storm that dropped record snowfall and stranded travelers up the coast from Virginia to New England turned out not to be as naughty as many had feared by Sunday - and its nicest accomplishment may simply be leaving many with the prospect of a very white Christmas.