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  • John M. Crisp: Give the president a break on his vacation

    After American journalist James Foley suffered a gruesome decapitation on video last week, President Barack Obama called the event appalling, commiserated with Foley's parents via phone, and departed for a round of golf with ex-NBA star Alonzo Mourning....
  • Gardening expert Mike McGrath's career has grown organically

    A pretty girl got Mike McGrath hooked on gardening more than 30 years ago. McGrath, who now reaches 23 states and Canada with his nationally syndicated public radio show "You Bet Your Garden," met the 22-year-old at a party and wanted to impress her. So...
  • Germany has spied on Turkey since 1976: Focus magazine

    BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's foreign intelligence agency has been spying on Turkey for nearly four decades, Focus magazine said on Saturday in a report which could raise tensions further between the NATO allies. The details about the duration of possible...
  • No defamation: Slozer, Donches lose lawsuit over election commentary

    A pair of well known Emmaus political activists who claimed they were defamed by a campaign website during a contentious 2011 borough election have lost their case in Lehigh County Court. Judge Edward D. Reibman on Friday dismissed the defamation lawsuit...
  • Mo'ne Davis' legacy isn't done with this Little League World Series

    Mo’ne Davis is different. The 13-year-old from Philadelphia flings curveballs that buckle knees and fastballs that zip 46 feet to home plate at 70 mph. In the last week, Davis became the first girl to throw a shutout in the Little League World...
  • Google wins victory in row with German publishers

    Google wins victory in row with German publishers
    A German regulator handed Google Inc a victory on Friday as it said it would not pursue a complaint brought against the internet search engine operator by a group of publishers for giving users access to their news articles. Several publishers...
  • Christine M. Flowers: Why are people saying such things about fellow columnist?

    TO THE EDITOR: My name is Christine Flowers and I am an immigration lawyer. I am also an avid reader of the Philadelphia Daily News, and love your Letters to the Editor section. They're usually a lot more articulate than the rants you read at Philly....
  • Violence in Ferguson, and the race divide in the U.S.

    A poll and a set of charts both say something important about the situation in Ferguson and around the country. The poll shows the divide between black and white reaction to the shooting, and the charts map the different worlds most white and black...
  • Cynthia M. Allen: Closing the opportunity gap with school choice

    The events that have recently overtaken Ferguson, Mo., have exposed much more than just the vestiges of racial distrust and strained law enforcement-citizen relationships. They remind us how the poverty of opportunity in too many American communities...
  • Trudy Rubin: Tell the truth about Islamic State threat

    President Barack Obama gave vent this week to an uncharacteristic show of emotion over the barbaric beheading of American journalist James Foley by the militant jihadi group the Islamic State. He denounced the group as a "cancer" in the region and accused...
  • Earl Calloway, 1926-2014, Chicago Defender's longtime arts columnist

     Earl Calloway, 1926-2014, Chicago Defender's longtime arts columnist
    Earl Calloway, a talented singer who performed in operas across the country, reported on fine arts for the Chicago Defender newspaper for nearly 50 years. "He was a great promoter of the arts, and he was a brilliant writer and interpreter of cultural...