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  • Ask Amy: Bouncing husband wants to bounce back to ex-wife

    Ask Amy: Bouncing husband wants to bounce back to ex-wife
    Dear Amy: I was married over 40 years. My ex-wife and I had numerous problems throughout our marriage. I left several times but always went back. The last time I left, I filed for divorce. It's been a few years and I am starting to miss her. We talk...
  • John Kass: Will Islamic State wring its hands over torture? Not likely

    The Islamic State doesn't appear ready to follow our lead, so don't expect it to release its report on the morality of severing American heads any time soon. Though they call themselves a state, they're actually a mob of terrorists in Iraq and Syria. And...
  • Rachel Marsden: Is America headed for a Soviet-style collapse?

    PARIS -- Hey, did you see U.S. President Barack Obama yukking it up on "The Colbert Report" this week, reminding Americans how much fun he'd be to have a beer with to help forget all the challenges being fumbled by his administration? Sorry to be such a...
  • Ask Amy: 10-foot pole required for friendship mess

    Ask Amy: 10-foot pole required for friendship mess
    Dear Amy: I have two friends who happen to be cousins to each other — "Carmen" and "Angela." Angela has been dating her boyfriend, "Jose," for about three years. She talks about marriage. I don't think he's a good guy but I don't know if I...
  • Rand Paul is right: Cig taxes factored into Garner's death

    Reasonable people can disagree on whether racism was involved in the tragic death of Eric Garner. My own suspicion is that this misfortune could have transpired just as easily with a white man resisting arrest and/or a black cop choking him. And even...
  • Ask Amy: Making ends meet is easier with the right kind of help

    Ask Amy: Making ends meet is easier with the right kind of help
    Dear Amy: I'm 63 and just barely survive on Social Security. I often run dry days before my benefit check arrives, which means no food for me. I have a couple of old friends who send me "care packages" at Christmas, which contain things I just don't...
  • We should do better for pregnant workers

    We should do better for pregnant workers
    If Facebook is any indication, we're a nation that celebrates pregnancies. We click like on ultrasound images, send messages of congratulations and type "OMG! So adorbs!" on photos of newborns. In the workplace, however, pregnancy is often met with...
  • Ask Amy: Long-ago incident has girlfriend in its grip

    Ask Amy: Long-ago incident has girlfriend in its grip
    Dear Amy: My boyfriend and I have a healthy relationship. However, there was an incident when we first started dating that I haven't been able to forgive. A long-term female friend of his sent him a picture of her wearing sexy underwear. I found it on...
  • Ask Amy: In an intimate partnership, what is private?

    Ask Amy: In an intimate partnership, what is private?
    Dear Amy: I frequently read in your column about people snooping into their partner's email or texts and how that is a breach of privacy. I disagree. No part of either my phone or computer is private from my husband. He is too lazy to log out of my...
  • Restaurant review: RPM Steak

    Restaurant review: RPM Steak
    It doesn't take much for a steakhouse to make me happy; properly cooked prime and better-than-average wine will do the trick. But great steakhouses are rare. RPM Steak, which is all of 3 months old, is a great steakhouse. Like its sibling, RPM Italian,...
  • John Kass: 'The Ox-Bow Incident,' Ferguson and the rule of law

    Remember "The Ox-Bow Incident"? No? It's positively ancient, and it's easy to see why it's been forgotten. For one thing, it's in black-and-white. And it offers no eye candy: no explosions or moaning flesh, or fast cars or epic battles. But I've been...