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  • Right-Wing Whipping Boy: I Shouldn't Have Health Care?

    Right-Wing Whipping Boy: I Shouldn't Have Health Care?
    I was happy to discover this week that under the federal Affordable Care Act, I qualify for dependable medical coverage under Medicaid. What I hadn't bargained for when I signed up Tuesday was my becoming the center of a national conservative media...
  • 'Gravity' soars. Nielsen and Twitter team up. Kessler exits HBO.

    'Gravity' soars. Nielsen and Twitter team up. Kessler exits HBO.
    After the coffee. Before another trip to the chiropractor. The Skinny: I saw "Don Jon" on Saturday. Good stuff although a little depressing. Hope to catch "Gravity" this week. Monday's headlines include the box office recap and Nielsen's plans to...
  • Samsung plays up famous TV smartwatches to promote Galaxy Gear [Video]

    Samsung plays up famous TV smartwatches to promote Galaxy Gear [Video]
    New Samsung commercials featuring such characters as the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers to Dick Tracy show off numerous telephone watches from popular TV shows to promote the company's new Galaxy Gear smartwatch. The Galaxy Gear is a $300 device by...
  • Could it be Satan? Scalia says yes.

    Could it be Satan? Scalia says yes.
    Justice Antonin Scalia sat for a revealing interview with New York Magazine that is being variously described as “weird,” “bizarro” and proof that Scalia is a terrible man. A lot of what Scalia has to say won’t come as a...
  • Buyers list for IMG. Raunchy TV. Megyn Kelly's debut solid.

    Buyers list for IMG. Raunchy TV. Megyn Kelly's debut solid.
    After the coffee. Before seeing if my back pain has abated enough for exercise. The Skinny: I watched "League of Denial" on "Frontline" about the NFL's response (or lack thereof) to the concussion issue. Tough stuff. You can find it online if you missed...
  • HTC's next smartphone to have fingerprint scanner like iPhone's

    It didn't take long for Apple's fingerprint scanner to get a follower: HTC reportedly will announce a device with a similar feature next week. The Wall Street Journal reports that on Oct. 15, the Taiwanese phone maker will unveil the HTC One Max, a...
  • Paul Ryan proposes debt limit compromise, leaves out Obamacare

    Paul Ryan proposes debt limit compromise, leaves out Obamacare
    WASHINGTON – Rep. Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) waded into the thick of the debt-limit debate, calling for a swift compromise between House Republicans and President Obama. But his proposals have already sparked conservative ire. Ryan, in an opinion piece...
  • Dr. Ben Carson joins Fox News as contributor

    Legendary neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson, professor emeritus at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and a critic of President Obama's health care reform efforts, has been hired by Fox News as a contributor. Carson rose to prominence in medical circles...
  • Comcast and Twitter team up. Katie Couric going away?

    Comcast and Twitter team up. Katie Couric going away?
    After the coffee. Before rooting for the Tigers to beat the A's.  The Skinny: How do the St. Louis Cardinals do it? Every year they are in the running. That is some smart management and the Dodgers will have their work cut out for them. Thursday's...
  • Does Justice Antonin Scalia believe in the devil? You bet

    Does Justice Antonin Scalia believe in the devil? You bet
    WASHINGTON — Justice Antonin Scalia earned his reputation as the Supreme Court’s most outspoken conservative with sharp one-liners in his opinions and sarcastic cracks in the courtroom. When a government lawyer defending campaign funding...
  • Q&A: Elizabeth Gilbert on 'The Signature of All Things'

    Q&A: Elizabeth Gilbert on 'The Signature of All Things'
    Elizabeth Gilbert is of course best known for “Eat, Pray, Love” (2006), the megaselling memoir that was made into a popular 2010 film with Julia Roberts and Javier Bardem. But Gilbert's first love was fiction, to which she makes a triumphant...