100 years ago
BURLEY — Charles McBride propped himself on an elbow at his kitchen counter and sipped coffee with his brother.
KUTUPALONG, Bangladesh (AP) — With his blond dreads tied in a ponytail and baggy jeans caked with paint smudges, Max Frieder first arrived at the cramped Rohingya refugee camps last December. Unlike many other foreigners, he wasn’t an aid worker in one of the biggest camps for Myanmar’s pers…
"The Real Deal" (St. Martin's Griffin), by Lauren Blakely
"A Noise Downstairs" (William Morrow), by Linwood Barclay
NEW YORK (AP) — It's like AAA for horses.
Editor's note: This article first published July 20.