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  • Jeb Bush faces Common Core fight

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Jeb Bush never wavered in his support for the Common Core state standards not even after the education benchmarks became a target for Tea Party groups decrying federal overreach in education. That may hurt the former Florida governor,...
  • 10 tips for a better life from The Times' 2014 Op-Ed pages

    10 tips for a better life from The Times' 2014 Op-Ed pages
    What to do about rude people? Anti-vaxxers? Ignorant voters? Here’s some of the most popular advice The Times’ op-ed pages dispensed in 2014. Voting is not, as Lena Dunham says, “kind of a gateway drug to ‘getting involved.&...
  • Good riddance! What Patt Morrison won't miss from 2014

    Sometimes, you just cannot ditch the year fast enough. It’s a relief to bid "adieu" to some of 2014’s miserably low moments and people and things, and because I can, I’m throwing in a few others that I’d like to nudge closer to...
  • Here's my predictions for the new year

    Step right up folks, sit right down in your favorite reading nook — hmm, you need to replace that toilet paper roll — and dive into the 2015 edition of the Old Columnist's Almanac! Once again, the Old Columnist's Almanac tells you...
  • Brian Hineline captures concert images, from folk to punk

    Photographer Brian Hineline sort of fell into having his work appear in publications such as Rolling Stone and Time magazines and The New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Hineline, a native of Monroe County who lives in Mount Pocono, was editing a...
  • All science is not equal

    All science is not equal
    Science has come a long way from the days when we believed the universe revolved around the Earth, lobotomies were the best treatment for depression and germs didn't exist. But while you probably won't read any studies of alchemy or bloodletting in...
  • Empathy is key for memoirist and columnist Charles M. Blow

    AUSTIN Charles M. Blow's memoir has drawn a lot of attention from the author's exploration of his bisexuality. That's certainly a crucial part of his story, but what really jumps off the page are Blow's photographic recollections of growing up poor in the...
  • Instant analysis of the Ravens' 20-10 win over the Browns in Week 17

    Instant analysis of the Ravens' 20-10 win over the Browns in Week 17
    Baltimore Sun reporters, columnists and editors share their immediate thoughts on the Ravens' game against the Cleveland Browns in Week 17 of the NFL season. Jeff Zrebiec, reporter: The Ravens never seem to do anything the easy way, so it probably...
  • A bit about me as a matter of full disclosure

    A bit about me as a matter of full disclosure
    In this column, I make it a habit to be open with readers. I write about my experiences growing up in Central Florida, my family, even my husband's penchant for stinking up our house with vinegar as he preps for barbecue contests. So this column...
  • Body cams: required wear for cops?: Front Burner

    Body cams: required wear for cops?: Front Burner
    To the dismay of some, Michael Brown's death didn't provoke a grand jury indictment against the shooter, Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson. The incident, however, might well have helped trigger a sea change in policing. Last month, President...
  • 'I can't breathe' NBA protests highlight modern player power

    When a wave of the NBA's biggest stars donned "I Can't Breathe" shirts - the rallying cry of demonstrators against U.S. policing tactics in black communities - it highlighted the power and influence wielded by today's professional basketball stars. The...