Today is Monday, Nov. 24, the 328th day of 2014. There are 37 days left in the year.
Today's Highlight in History: On Nov. 24, 1944, during World War II, U.S. bombers based on Saipan attacked Tokyo in the first raid against the Japanese capital
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Marjorie Warner hand-pours soy wax into glass jars to create Southern Soy Scents candles at the company’s Marion-based headquarters.
By Christi Crawford, Sun Staff Writer, email@example.com
JONESBORO — While we've seen an uptick in soy products available in local stores, the soybean has long been known as the "miracle bean" for its vast uses in everything from livestock feed
Arkansas coach Brett Bielema (right) talks to officials in the second quarter of the Razorbacks' foo
David Quinn | AP photo
By KURT VOIGT, AP Sports Writer
FAYETTEVILLE — Trey Flowers remembers what Arkansas was before the Bobby Petrino turmoil better than most, having been a freshman on the Razorbacks team that capped a two-year 21-5 stretch with a Cotton Bowl win to end. . . more »
What colours make up the Olympic rings?
Answer: Blue, Black, Red, Yellow and Green
What elusive Detroit running back has been dubbed "the Lion King"?
Answer: Barry Sanders.
What teams played in the first all-California Super Bowl?
Answer: The San Francisco 49ers and San Diego Chargers.
What breakthrough was made by Lili de Alvarez on center court at Wimbledon in 1931?
Answer: She wore shorts. She was the first woman to do so at Wimbledon.
How many rounds must a golfer have have played to be eligible for a handicap?
In what year did the NFL adopt the sudden-death overtime period? A. 1954 B. 1964 C. 1974 D. 1984
Answer: C. 1974
Who was the first Swedish golfer to win the U.S. Womens's Open two straight times?
Answer: Annika Sorenstam.
Which college team holds the most National Championships records?
Answer: University of Alabama has 14 and Notre Dame has 13.
Azalea wins 1st ever award, One Direction take 2
Former D.C. Mayor Barry dies at 78
Muslim clerics meet to counter extremists
Anxieties mount as Ferguson waits on grand jury decision
Admiral denies counterfeit role
Man who ambushed cops had anti-government beliefs
Boy with fake gun dies after shot by Ohio officer
Mother who shot children dies from her injuries
JPD looks into weekend burglaries
One killed, dozens injured in bus crash
Police: Woman threatens boyfriend with knife
Hundreds attend memorial to honor Indiana aid worker
State's top schools to reap cash rewards
Bowl-eligible Razorbacks primed for Missouri clash
Rivalry week suggests dangers
LOS ANGELES (AP) — It's been called the letter that launched a literary genre — 16,000 amphetamine-fueled, stream-of-consciousness words written by Neal Cassady to his friend Jack Kerouac in 1950.
Upon reading them, Kerouac scrapped an early draft of . . .
NEW YORK (AP) — Billy Joel will set a record for the most performances by any artist at Madison Square Garden with his upcoming 65th show scheduled for this summer.
The 65-year-old piano man will surpass the record set by his former tour mate Elton John . . .