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  • Sotloff family mourns, challenges Islamic State leader to debate

    Sotloff family mourns, challenges Islamic State leader to debate
    The family and friends of Steven Sotloff, the second American journalist beheaded by Islamic State militants, said on Wednesday he was "a gentle soul", and challenged the group's leader to a debate on the peaceful teachings of the Muslim holy book, the...
  • Community mourns slain journalist

    Community mourns slain journalist
    Close to one thousand people gathered on Sept. 5 at Temple Beth Am in Pinecrest to grieve with Steven Sotloff's family and friends in an emotional and somber memorial service at the same synagogue his family attended, and where he went to day school as...
  • PASSINGS: Bob Suter, Austin 'Goose' Gonsoulin, Magda Olivero, John D. Kendall, Noel Hinners

     PASSINGS: Bob Suter, Austin 'Goose' Gonsoulin, Magda Olivero, John D. Kendall, Noel Hinners
      Bob Suter Member of U.S. hockey team that won a gold medal at 1980 Olympics Bob Suter, 57, a member of the "Miracle On Ice" hockey team that won the Olympic gold medal in 1980 and the father of Minnesota Wild NHL star Ryan Suter, died suddenly...
  • Former UCF student Steven Sotloff remembered

    Former UCF student Steven Sotloff remembered
    Former University of Central Florida student Steven Sotloff would have liked a quiet life in South Florida, where he could watch the Miami Dolphins and work a run-of-the-mill office job, a family spokesman said Wednesday. But the Middle East and the...
  • Memorial for slain journalist Steven Sotloff: 'Is there a sorrow greater than this?'

    Memorial for slain journalist Steven Sotloff: 'Is there a sorrow greater than this?'
    The anguished father of slain journalist Steven Sotloff told hundreds gathered Friday afternoon at a memorial in suburban Miami that he is struggling to find a larger purpose in the loss of his son. "I want to speak from my heart but my heart is broken,...
  • Slain journalist Sotloff described as 'gentle soul' and 'no war junkie'

    The family of slain American journalist Steven J. Sotloff remembered him Wednesday as a "gentle soul" and dedicated journalist who also harbored a fondness for watching Miami Dolphins games and "South Park" episodes. "He was no war junkie," the family...
  • Captain Comics: Meet the new, not-so-mild-mannered Super Clark Kent

    Thanks to the Superman radio and TV show intros, everybody knows that Clark Kent has always been "a mild-mannered reporter for a great metropolitan newspaper." But ongoing events in DC Comics' "Superman" have not only altered the status quo, they've...
  • Who's Tweeting venom? New Twitter study reveals some gender-based surprises

    Who's Tweeting venom? New Twitter study reveals some gender-based surprises
    You know who seems least surprised of all by the "porky" comments thrown at Kirsten Gillibrand? Kirsten Gillibrand. "I believed his intentions were sweet, even if he was being an idiot," the New York senator is quoted as writing in her new book,...
  • Charles Bowden: Tom Zoellner and Luis Urrea pay tribute

    Charles Bowden, an investigative journalist and author renowned for his writing on the American Southwest and for chronicling the border between the United States and Mexico, died Saturday at age 69. We asked a few writers to share their memories of him....
  • For Labor Day, an appreciation of unheralded literary labor

    For Labor Day, an appreciation of unheralded literary labor
    The other day, I exchanged emails with a self-published writer. Discussing Amazon’s dispute with Hachette, he argued that books are overpriced and what traditional publishers have to offer isn’t worth the high price they charge for books....
  • Whiff of humor permeates Jon Stewart debut drama 'Rosewater'

    By Mary Milliken TORONTO, Sept 9 (Reuters) - The true story of a journalist accused by Iran of being a Western spy, thrown into solitary confinement and tortured for months would not seem to invite humor, or dancing for that matter. But journalist...