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  • Gas Prices Drop Just In Time For The Holiday Weekend [VIDEO]

    Gas Prices Drop Just In Time For The Holiday Weekend [VIDEO]
    Whether you're driving out of state or just taking a trip to the mall this holiday weekend, the gas you put in your car will cost you less than it did days and weeks ago. Still, that's not getting more people on the road this holiday weekend. On Friday...
  • 10 things you might not know about the Founding Fathers (and Mothers)

    10 things you might not know about the Founding Fathers (and Mothers)
    The people who founded this nation aren't moldy mannequins in history's closet — they're inspirational figures for modern America as we celebrate the Fourth of July holiday. Former Gov. Rod Blagojevich recently said he had a "man crush" on Alexander...
  • Gregory Rodriguez: A political history lesson

    Gregory Rodriguez: A political history lesson
    God bless the American media. Over the last two weeks, thousands of well-educated journalists and political experts have made their mortgage payments by commenting on the antics of an idiot congressman who tweeted a picture of his genitals, and an idiot...
  • Book review: 'The Big Payback: The History of the Business of Hip-Hop' by Dan Charnas

    Book review: 'The Big Payback: The History of the Business of Hip-Hop' by Dan Charnas
    "Here's a little story that must be told," Dan Charnas writes by way of an ironic introduction to his brick-sized epic, quoting a classic rap lyric. "The Big Payback" is ostensibly the history of the business of hip-hop, but in its ambitious scope (it...
  • Paul Egertson dies at 75; Lutheran bishop resigned after participating in ordination of lesbian minister

    Paul Egertson dies at 75; Lutheran bishop resigned after participating in ordination of lesbian minister
    The Rev. Paul Egertson, who was asked to resign as a Lutheran bishop in 2001 after violating church policy by participating in the ordination of a non-celibate lesbian minister, has died. He was 75. Egertson, a senior lecturer at California Lutheran...
  • New Law: California Must Teach Gay History

    New Law: California Must Teach Gay History
    Governor Brown has two weeks to decide whether he'll sign a new law that makes it mandatory for social studies to include gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered issues for California public school students. Senate Bill 48 landed on his desk Tuesday....
  • Tea party: an albatross around the GOP's neck

    In 1789 there was a great divide in the new American nation: Alexander Hamilton feared the tyranny of an uniformed majority, while Thomas Jefferson feared the tyranny of an elite minority. James Madison crafted the hybrid system that we have today as a...
  • Tea Party Bashing

    Tea Party Bashing
    The Tea Party Freshman in Congress who forced the hand of the President and Congress to negotiate and pass a debt reduction bill have been taking a beating in the past 48 hours. Vice President Joe Biden's reported use of the word "terrorist." Oyjrt...
  • New Jersey Drivers In For Huge Traffic Headaches Come Late Saturday

    New Jersey Drivers In For Huge Traffic Headaches Come Late Saturday
    Driving from New Jersey into the city? Stay clear of the George Washington Bridge. A major upgrade on the Alexander Hamilton Bridge -- the city's busiest crossing -- will result in huge delays for Garden State drivers crossing the GWB, beginning around...
  • NJ Drivers: With Bridge Work, Expect Unprecedented Delays Into NYC

    NJ Drivers: With Bridge Work, Expect Unprecedented Delays Into NYC
    Monday morning's rush hour commute is expected to be terrible for some New Jersey drivers. Major delays are expected leading up to the George Washington Bridge with back-ups in New Jersey as long as 5 to 10 miles, according to traffic experts. The reason...
  • Letters: Judges' vital role in government must be reflected in compensation

    The independent Judicial Compensation Commission recently reported its findings to the Maryland General Assembly — presented to the Senate and House of Delegates in the form of joint resolutions — regarding judge's salaries Our state's judges...