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  • Neshaminy panel backs revised policy on 'Redskin'

    Neshaminy panel backs revised policy on 'Redskin'
    Better. But still not good enough. That's how Gillian McGoldrick, editor-in-chief of Neshaminy High School's Playwickian, views the revised newspaper policy that the Neshaminy School District's policy committee endorsed Tuesday evening. The committee...
  • 120 Sports Digital Net Launches with League Backers, But Faces Tough Odds to Attract Fans

    If you build it, there's no guarantee they will come. 120 Sports, which officially launches Wednesday with an eight-hour block of short-form clips, is about to test the appetite of fans for yet another digital outlet of daily news and analysis for all...
  • A newsstand where the world still unfolds as print fades to black

    A newsstand where the world still unfolds as print fades to black
    A red truck pulls into an empty parking lot off Fairfax Avenue just before 6 a.m. René Portillo gets out in a rush and heads to a blue shoe box of a building wearing a message in faded paint: "THE NEW YORK TIMES Expect The World." To the right, a...
  • Pop music still lacks a gay breakout star

    Pop music still lacks a gay breakout star
    Frank Ocean made a bold, career-defining decision ahead of his 2012 debut album. Before "Channel Orange" was released, the R&B singer silenced the growing speculation about his sexual orientation. In a poignant letter, posted on Tumblr and initially...
  • Rekha Basu: 'Freedom Summer,' a reminder our work is not finished

    Until she went to college, Patti Miller had never so much as spoken to a black person. There were few opportunities in her hometown of Jefferson, Iowa. And when she might occasionally see someone of African ancestry in Des Moines, her mother would...
  • Mailbag: Learn the truth about housing for the homeless

      Everything I know from my 40 years as a Laguna resident and as a Friendship Shelter board member for more than 15 years was confirmed Sunday night by an episode of "60 Minutes." Anderson Cooper's piece shows dozens of communities in this country...
  • Struggling Print Media Outlets Suffering From Separation Anxiety

    Corporate names these days have become increasingly misleading. Time Warner, for example, seems like a bogus appellation, since all of its Time properties have been spun off as of this week into a new publication entity -- one with a challenging future....
  • Judge removes himself from lawsuit but takes shot at Michael Jordan's lawyer

    Judge removes himself from lawsuit but takes shot at Michael Jordan's lawyer
    In his more than three decades on the federal bench, U.S. District Judge Milton Shadur has developed a reputation as a high-minded expert in the law, often peppering his rulings with somewhat obscure literary references to everything from Shakespeare to...
  • Staff news: W.J. Hennigan to cover Pentagon; Josh Rottenberg joins Calendar

    Staff news: W.J. Hennigan to cover Pentagon; Josh Rottenberg joins Calendar
    The Times this week announced two staffing moves: W.J. Hennigan, who has been a Times Business reporter since 2009, is moving to Washington, D.C., to cover the Pentagon. And Josh Rottenberg, a reporter at Entertainment Weekly, is joining the Calendar...
  • Trudy Rubin: An American's ordeal in Egypt

    This week, Secretary of State John Kerry rightly criticized an Egyptian court's conviction of three international journalists with al-Jazeera English on blatantly fake charges cooked up for political reasons. But Kerry failed to mention the equally...
  • Dan K. Thomasson: Sizing up the latest IRS scandal

    WASHINGTON Many years ago I walked into the senatorial offices of Republican John Williams of Delaware and noticed a number of big boxes stacked in the hallway. When I inquired if he was moving to other quarters, Williams, a good source and a better...