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  • 10 things you might not know about conspiracy theories

    10 things you might not know about conspiracy theories
    We're approaching the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, an event that wrenched this nation and spawned countless conspiracy theories. Was Kennedy killed by the Cubans? The CIA? The Mafia? The military-industrial complex?...
  • Frank Wess dies at 91; key player in major jazz ensembles

    Long before jazz pianist Billy Taylor became world-famous, he planned in high school to switch to saxophone. But then he heard the new kid in school — Frank Wess — play the horn. "He's the reason I don't play the tenor saxophone," Taylor...
  • Jones brings old-school values, successful track record to ODU

    Jones brings old-school values, successful track record to ODU
    NORFOLK — Bryce Simon thought he knew about hard work and toughness. Growing up in a one-stoplight town in southwestern Kansas, nothing is given. He spent countless hours on schoolwork, maybe more in the gym. He was a 4.0 student with a sweet jump...
  • Troubling disclosures are likely to change how the NSA does its spying

    Troubling disclosures are likely to change how the NSA does its spying
    WASHINGTON — After decades of pushing the boundaries of electronic espionage, the National Security Agency finds itself exposed as never before, and the anything-goes ethos of secret surveillance may never be the same. New limits on America's...
  • 'Ender's Game' wins at box office. Netflix gets 'The Square.'

    'Ender's Game' wins at box office. Netflix gets 'The Square.'
    After the coffee. Before resetting the clock in my car. The Skinny: Finally made it to The Last Bookstore in downtown L.A. Very cool place. Now I know where to go when I have to escape from the newsroom, which is every day. Monday's roundup (or is it...
  • Chan Lowe

    Chan Lowe is the editorial cartoonist for the Sun Sentinel. Lowe was born in New York and educated in New York, Los Angeles and England. He graduated from Williams College (Massachusetts) in 1975 with a degree in art history and later spent a year...
  • Doug Lyons

    Doug Lyons is a senior editorial writer with the Sun-Sentinel and has been a member of the editorial board since 1998.  His responsibilities include state government, transportation and health issues. He’s also responsible for helping to manage...
  • Survey suggests website woes not wrecking Obamacare -- yet

    Survey suggests website woes not wrecking Obamacare -- yet
    The journalism hive mind has turned its focus in recent days to the backstory of the disastrous launch of HealthCare.gov, the website for the federal insurance-buying exchange. A survey released Monday by the Commonwealth Fund, however, suggests that...
  • Voting Rights Act is still vital

    There is no denying that this nation has come a mighty long way since Bloody Sunday in Selma, Ala., in 1965, when marchers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge, seeking the right to vote, were attacked by police and one of them, John Lewis, almost lost his life....
  • Should Republicans stop pushing on abortion?

    Should Republicans stop pushing on abortion?
    Democratic state Sen. Wendy Davis of Texas made national headlines last week after she delivered an 11-hour filibuster to oppose a bill severely limiting abortions in the Lone Star State. Davis’ filibuster and protests from the galley in the Texas...
  • Maryland's final year in ACC expected to be marked with awkward moments

    Maryland's final year in ACC expected to be marked with awkward moments
    As they enter the 61st and final year of their partnership, Maryland and the Atlantic Coast Conference are like a newly divorced couple that is forced by circumstances to continue to live together and makes a halfhearted pledge to remain friends. The...