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  • Diana Ross -- still Supreme, after all these years!

    "I NEED love, love to ease my mind/And need to find time, someone to call mine/But Mama said, you can't hurry love, no you just have to wait!" DIANA ROSS (and the Supremes) belted that one out about four decades ago. And today, the great star, Miss...
  • Trudy Rubin: Obama misses a chance to convey extent of Iraq threat

    When President Obama went on TV last week to outline his response to terrorist advances in Iraq, he missed a chance to do something essential: convey how serious the threat is to the Mideast and to us. The practical steps he proposed made sense in the...
  • Bob Ray Sanders: Show of force won't stop influx of immigrant children

    Most often when we think of a "humanitarian crisis," we visualize desperate displaced families in Third World or war-torn countries, starving and diseased children dying in their mother's arms or large populations in faraway lands left homeless by some...
  • PASSINGS: Steve Rossi, Felix Dennis, Jimmy C. Newman

     Steve Rossi Half of comedy duo Allen and Rossi Steve Rossi, 82, one half of the prolific comedy duo Allen and Rossi, which became a favorite of "The Ed Sullivan Show" and other TV variety shows, died Sunday in hospice care in Las Vegas. He had cancer...
  • 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...
  • Jay Ambrose: Be inhibited, timid and shut up, Americans

    Libel a falsity that smears a reputation can be dreadful, and you ought to be able to sue and maybe win money if untrue, harmful things are being publicized about you. But watch out in public debates, because, if people are then allowed to sue too easily,...
  • Martin Schram: Presbyterians' misguided embrace of religious hatred

    All hell was breaking out, yet again, in the Arab world that surrounds Israel well before the late news that broke in a most unlikely locale Friday and was mainly missed by most of the world. Here's what the world was watching: Iraq was free-falling....
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Stephen Pizzello Promoted to Editor-in-Chief/Publisher of American Cinematographer

    Stephen Pizzello, the longtime executive editor of American Cinematographer magazine, has been bumped up to dual duty, now serving as editor-in-chief and publisher of the monthly magazine. In addition to overseeing editorial coverage, Pizzello will now be...