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  • Obama talks real estate with Zillow

    President Obama paused on his trip through Los Angeles on Wednesday to sit for wide-ranging questions on housing and mortgage finance policy. But the live-streamed discussion was less notable for the content — the president broke little news,...
  • Ernie Banks, Ken Burns talk baseball on CNN

    Ernie Banks, Ken Burns talk baseball on CNN
    A baseball great stands out among the usual Sunday morning guests. A look at this weekend's lineup: Ernie Banks, the Chicago Cubs legend, will discuss the state of the sport on CNN's "State of the Union" at 9 a.m. and noon. The segment also features Bob...
  • Alex Trebek speaks out on 'Jeopardy' Kids Week controversy

    Alex Trebek speaks out on 'Jeopardy' Kids Week controversy
    What is a “scapegoat”? “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek has clarified a controversial decision on the long-running game show that sparked angry responses last week. Trebek became the unlikely target of scorn after a controversial...
  • Newlyweds George Lucas and Mellody Hobson welcome a baby girl

    Newlyweds George Lucas and Mellody Hobson welcome a baby girl
    Filmmaker George Lucas and his new wife, Mellody Hobson, have welcomed a girl, born Friday. Everest Hobson Lucas is the first biological child for both parties, who married on June 22 at Skywalker Ranch in Marin County, the Huffington Post reported....
  • Will work for treats: Howard County businesses reap rewards of resident pets

    Will work for treats: Howard County businesses reap rewards of resident pets
    If you listen carefully as you browse the shelves at Daedalus Books in Columbia, you might hear the clicking of seven or eight sets of paws from the offices above. Those paws belong to the French bulldog, Cairn terrier, border collie and other canines...
  • Benefits are good, perks are better

    DEAR JOYCE: A recruiter has been talking with me about joining a pharmaceutical company he represents when I finish my master's in biology this year. The salary's acceptable, but I had hoped the company would throw in a car as a benefit. Am I expecting...
  • The way you get hired is evolving

    DEAR JOYCE: Is being referred by an employee still the best way to get hired at a company? -- M.K.K. Yes, a candidate who arrives with a referral is three to four times more likely to be hired, but that's not the whole story. Mark Mehler and Gerry...
  • 'Breaking Bad' finale: The critics weigh in on 'Felina'

    'Breaking Bad' finale: The critics weigh in on 'Felina'
    In case you hadn't heard, "Breaking Bad" came to an end Sunday night in a finale that favored closure over ambiguity. Chemistry teacher-cum-murderous drug lord Walter White went out not in a head-scratching fade-to-black, a la Tony Soprano, but in an...
  • Why gaining work experience is more important than your education

    Brazen Careerist "Hey, man, what did you do this summer?" I asked a college classmate at the start of the fall semester. My friend looked at me like I had two heads. "What do you mean?" he replied. "I work hard all semester long. I deserved a summer...
  • With Kids' Bedtime, Consistency Is Key To Learning And Development

    With Kids' Bedtime, Consistency Is Key To Learning And Development
    Parents have all heard, and personally experienced, how critical a good night's sleep is for their children. But new research suggests that the consistency of kids' bedtimes matters just as much for their developing brains as the number of hours they get....
  • Blog Questions VII

     
    For the 10th anniversary of Change of Subject Sunday I solicited questions about the blog from readers and will be featuring most of them, along with my answers, one by one. Richard Monahan: Was the blog your idea or was......