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  • Rachel Marsden: America is under threat from reactive foreign policy

    PARIS -- We're witnessing arguably the most unfocused and undisciplined U.S. foreign policy in history under President Barack Obama. If I'm seeing it and you're seeing it, then it's a safe bet that America's opponents are seeing it -- and attempting to...
  • Ask Amy: Wedding guest plans ultimate wedding crash

     Ask Amy: Wedding guest plans ultimate wedding crash
    Dear Readers: Spring may finally have sprung, and to celebrate surviving an extremely long winter, I've stepped away from my column for two weeks. My spring break won't involve partying on the beach, but I do plan to return relaxed, refreshed, and with...
  • Ask Amy: Sister's attention seems to be elsewhere

    Ask Amy: Sister's attention seems to be elsewhere
    Dear Readers: Spring may finally have sprung, and to celebrate surviving an extremely long winter, I've stepped away from my column for the next two weeks. My spring break won't involve partying at the beach, but I do plan to return relaxed, refreshed,...
  • What if we didn't have video?

    Once again, what a difference a video makes. As soon as I saw the cellphone video of the fatal shooting of Walter Scott by Officer Michael Slager of the North Charleston Police Department in South Carolina, I wondered how the apologists for police...
  • Ask Amy: Pets dominate our lives — and this column

    Ask Amy: Pets dominate our lives — and this column
    Dear Readers: I've stepped away from my desk for a few days. While I'm gone, please enjoy these "Best Of" questions. Today's theme is pets. Dear Amy: My dog for 2 1/2 years recently ran away. I found her last week living with another family. The other...
  • Chicago company employs only veterans, shows how work is a mission

    Chicago company employs only veterans, shows how work is a mission
    Mark Doyle saw a problem that made him mad. Veterans who had served in Iraq and Afghanistan were returning home and not finding jobs. Some were homeless, some just barely making ends meet. Doyle, a Chicago businessman who has worked for President Bill...
  • Ask Amy: Nice guy husband can hold his liquor. Is that a problem?

    Ask Amy: Nice guy husband can hold his liquor. Is that a problem?
    Dear Readers: I've stepped away from my column for a few days. While I'm gone, I hope you enjoy these "Best Of" columns, culled from 11 years of "Ask Amy" advice. I'm sure you wonder, as I do, what became of the people who wrote to me for advice, a decade...
  • Grateful Dead add 2 California concerts

    Grateful Dead add 2 California concerts
    It turns out the Grateful Dead’s three sold-out 50th anniversary concerts at Soldier Field July 3-5 aren’t the only shows the reunited band will play this year. On Friday, the Dead added two more farewell shows, this time in their home state:...
  • Vaccine good tool as dog flu epidemic grows

    Vaccine good tool as dog flu epidemic grows
    Q: I live in Chicago, where there's an epidemic of dog flu. My dog is very social, so I was thinking about the vaccine. Now, I've heard that the virus has mutated and the vaccine is no longer effective. Any advice? -- C.G., Chicago, IL Q: Our dogs play...
  • Ask Amy: Her dream wedding won't happen

    Ask Amy: Her dream wedding won't happen
    Dear Readers: I've stepped away from my desk for a few days; I hope you'll enjoy these "Best Of" columns in my absence. Dear Amy: I am a 30-year-old woman who has been planning her dream wedding for as long as I can remember. I have also always wanted...
  • Lightning Bolt has power behind that mask

    Lightning Bolt has power behind that mask
    Lightning Bolt's Brian Chippendale looks like he just walked off the set of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" when he jumps on stage to pummel the drums while wearing a mask. The drummer wraps a thrift-shop T-shirt around his face and decorates it with...