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  • Time To Put Armed Marshals In Schools

    Time To Put Armed Marshals In Schools
    Since the Sandy Hook tragedy, there have been about two dozen incidents across the United States involving firearms discharged at elementary, middle and high schools. It's time to get a handle on gun use in schools and a get-tough law passed in Texas,...
  • Russian Dissidents Display Olympic Resolve

    Amid the television extravaganza of the Sochi Olympics, I had a chance to visit last week with a Russian whistleblower named Sergey Kolesnikov. Back in 2010, he had revealed what he claimed was a network of corruption that included a billion-dollar palace...
  • Go Away With ... Rosanne Cash

    Go Away With ... Rosanne Cash
    Born in Memphis, Tenn., to music legend Johnny Cash, Rosanne Cash grew up in parts of California and currently resides in New York City with her husband, John Leventhal. Cash and Leventhal co-wrote the tracks on "The River and the Thread" -- her first...
  • Oscar Hijuelos dies at 62; Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist

    Oscar Hijuelos, a son of Cuban immigrants to the U.S. whose 1989 novel "The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love" made him the first Latino to win the Pulitzer Prize for fiction, has died. He was 62. His death was confirmed by a spokesman for Gotham Books,...
  • Go away with Lisa Ling

    Go away with Lisa Ling
    After Lisa Ling gave a speech at Tufts University, students asked her what advice she had for young people. "The best education I have ever received was through travel," said the California-based journalist. "You'll become more conversant, poised and...
  • State Courts Failure — Buys Tennis Tourney

    In 1991, as the Connecticut Tennis Center in New Haven was getting ready to open, journalists got a tour of the joint from the executive director of the Tennis Foundation of Connecticut. Despite the fact that state taxpayers had sunk $18 million into...
  • Facebook Privacy Policy Opens Teens To Danger

    Mom, Dad, here is your pop-up warning: Your teen is being wooed by Facebook. The social media giant is desperately trying to reposition its digital offerings to teenagers. It's a marketing ploy that has Facebook attempting to pass itself off a bit...
  • Obama Can't Talk His Way Out Of This One

    The Obamacare website doesn't work. Hundreds of thousands of insured Americans are seeing their plans summarily terminated. Millions more face the same prospect next year. Confronted with a crisis of governance, how does President Barack Obama respond?...
  • Look To Medicare Part D For Obamacare Fixes

    The struggling Affordable Care Act could take lessons from the introduction of Medicare Part D 10 years ago, which went from apparent disaster to roaring success. As Part D was introduced, New York Times columnist Paul Krugman captured the public mood...
  • Go away with Billy Bush

    Go away with Billy Bush
    At first glance, it may seem odd that "Access Hollywood" host Billy Bush would executive produce a documentary about rhino poaching in Nepal. After all, the television personality is best known for reporting on celebrities. Also, he's admittedly bug...
  • Go away with Kalliope Lee

    Go away with Kalliope Lee
    An American expat residing overseas in London, Kalliope Lee makes her novel debut with "Sunday Girl" (Psychopomp Press). Set in 1991 Seoul, the book tells the story of two college-age friends struggling to live with the violent attack they both survived....