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  • McManus: Inching closer to entanglement in Syria

    McManus: Inching closer to entanglement in Syria
    The White House finally made it official last week: Yes, the civil war in Syria is a slippery slope, and yes, we're on it. Nobody in the Obama administration actually used those words, of course. But if you paid attention to what officials said, it...
  • Two things Josh Brolin doesn't want to be: boring and Batman

    Two things Josh Brolin doesn't want to be: boring and Batman
    Josh Brolin plays an escaped convict who reawakens the sensual side of a withdrawn single mother (Kate Winslet) in Jason Reitman's lovely romance, "Labor Day," which will play a one-week awards qualifying run starting Dec. 27 before opening in theaters...
  • Goldberg: Syria's religious war

    Goldberg: Syria's religious war
    If there was a moment when the United States could have intervened in Syria, it looks like that moment has passed. Shiite militants, including Hezbollah — partly at the behest of their paymasters in Iran — are racing to the defense of Bashar...
  • Daum: Getting it wrong in Boston

    Daum: Getting it wrong in Boston
    As social media sites have pelted out news of the Boston bombing, playing fast and loose with the numbers of the dead and injured and amplifying hearsay into a cacophony of confusion, one tweet seemed to say it all: "Dear Journalism: Get yourself together...
  • Floyd Abrams, America's free speaker

     Floyd Abrams, America's free speaker
    Where there's smoke arising from a free-speech matter, you're likely to find the fiery attorney Floyd Abrams. He's blazed a trail for freedom of the press from the Pentagon Papers case to protecting reporters' sources. He's just as incendiary when he's...
  • Mayday for America's middle class

    In his fresh effort to put the economy back at center stage in Washington, President Obama has issued a new challenge to congressional Republicans on the crucial issue of why the American middle class is hurting and which side can best lift average...
  • Weiner, Filner: Therapy and the art of political cleansing

    Weiner, Filner: Therapy and the art of political cleansing
    Talking about your shrink isn't just for Woody Allen characters anymore. Once the kiss of death for a political career, announcing that you're in or about to enter therapy has actually become go-to damage-control strategy for public servants. There's...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Barley-based salads and stews for Meatless Monday

    Easy dinner recipes: Barley-based salads and stews for Meatless Monday
    An ancient grain used as far back as the Stone Age, barley doesn't just shine in cereals and breads. This hardy grain is perfect for lending depth to soups and stews, as well as salads. Check out these ideas. For a Mediterranean barley salad, toss...
  • Modern Farmer: New magazine tells the stories behind your food

    Modern Farmer: New magazine tells the stories behind your food
    Launched this spring, Modern Farmer is a new quarterly magazine that editor and founder, Ann Marie Gardner, calls "more farm than table." The inaugural issue clocks in at a hefty 136 glossy, full-color pages and is packed with stories that cover a...
  • The California Cook: Training day with the Lakers' Gary Vitti

    The California Cook: Training day with the Lakers' Gary Vitti
    Gary Vitti is at home cooking dinner for a few friends. But you can't escape the feeling that he's got someplace else he'd rather be. He loves to cook, no doubt about that. And he's good at it. But at this time of year, Vitti really ought to be...
  • Italian cooking legend Marcella Hazan dies

    Italian cooking legend Marcella Hazan dies
    Marcella Hazan, whose many cookbooks introduced Americans to the true food of Italy, died Sunday morning at her home in Longboat Key, Fla., according to her husband, Victor Hazan. She was 89 and had been in failing health for several months. Her...