Cancer survivor uses words to build hope


Cancer survivor uses words to build hope
k BRENDA RIDER of Austintown turned her need to communicate about cancer into a non-profit organization called A Way With Words Foundation. Through it, she encourages other cancer survivors to share their stories.
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WORLD
Presidential visit spurs questions
kVIKTOR YUSHCHENKO, the new Ukrainian president, visits Washington this week to cement a new chapter in relations shaken by allegations that Ukraine sold radar equipment to Saddam Hussein's Iraq.
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LIFE & amp;WORK
Communication costs on the rise
k BETWEEN 1993 AND 2003, annual household telephone and Internet costs in the United States rose from an average of $658 per year to $1,080 -- a 64 percent increase. Is the skyrocketing cost of connections worth the benefits?
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ENTERTAINMENT
Keep 'em talking
k THREE WEEKS into his new job as anchorman of the "CBS Evening News," Bob Schieffer's folksy, conversational approach has added a new wrinkle to a format that is among the most ritualized in TV news.
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BUSINESS
Airlines slashing costs slash service
k THE OVERALL quality of air travel is deteriorating because more people are flying at a time when airlines have slashed their work forces, a new report concludes.
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SPORTS
LeBron powers Cavsto win over Dallas
k LEBRON JAMES scored 37 points and Zydrunas Ilgauskas added 21 to lead the Cleveland Cavaliers past the Dallas Mavericks 100-80 Sunday.
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