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  • Lands' End customers upset with free scantily-clad GQ magazine

    Lands' End customers upset with free scantily-clad GQ magazine
    The cover of the July GQ magazine featuring model Emily Ratajkowski wearing a strategically placed lei isn't so surprising, but some the customers of Lands' End who received it for free as part of a promotion voiced their disapproval. Last week, Lands'...
  • Technology inspires new generation of train watchers

      Technology inspires new generation of train watchers
    While Metra commuters file onto their usual trains at Ogilvie Transportation Center, Fred Van Dorpe frantically weaves from one platform to the next with a hand-held video camera strapped to his palm. In a matter of minutes, the 20-year-old from Chicago...
  • Politics as Usual

    Gubernatorial debate schedule The campaigns of Republican Gov. Tom Corbett and Democrat Tom Wolf have agreed to hold three debates before the Nov. 4 election: • Sept. 22 at the annual Pennsylvania Chamber of Commerce dinner in Hershey. The...
  • Marla Ridenour: Tie should go to Johnny Manziel in Browns' quarterback battle

    BEREA, Ohio A tie should go to Johnny Manziel. Brian Hoyer can win the Browns' starting quarterback job Monday night against the Washington Redskins in FedExField if he outperforms the first-round pick from Texas A&M, and I hope he does. But should the...
  • German security recorded at least one Kerry conversation: magazine

    BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's foreign intelligence agency recorded at least one phone conversation held by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, a German magazine said on Saturday, potentially embarrassing Berlin which has reprimanded Washington for its...
  • Jim Souhan: Buxton's injury keeps alive Twins curse

    Our local sports franchise is cursed. And if you think that's a reference to the Minnesota Timberwolves, you're stuck at the turn of the century. On Wednesday night, center fielder Byron Buxton, the best prospect in all of baseball, played in his first...
  • Mike Sielski: Finally healthy, Sanchez can 'let it rip' again

    In July, as he does every July, Mark Sanchez went home. He flew back to the West Coast to spend a few days at Camp Quarterback, a passing clinic run by Bob Johnson, Sanchez's old coach at Mission Viejo High School in Southern California, and Bob's son...
  • Longtime columnist Fein dies

    Leonard "Leibel" Fein, a syndicated columnist, intellectual and activist whose work appeared in the Jewish Journal for more than two decades, died August 14 in New York. He was 80. Fein, a writer and teacher, left an enduring legacy beyond his columns...
  • Scranton-Times columnist not joining AG Kathleen Kane's staff

    Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane may be shopping for another member of her communications team. The Scranton-Times announced Friday that one of its most popular writers, columnist Chris Kelly, was opting to stay with the newspaper rather than...
  • Christine M. Flowers: Suicide, an act of violence that assaults us all

    I first heard about Robin Williams' death while I was standing in line at my mother's viewing and a friend's BlackBerry dinged with the news alert from CNN. It was a surreal, if brief, moment. Not to be insensitive, but while I always liked Mindy's...
  • Cynthia M. Allen: The horrific destruction of Christianity in Iraq

    Convert to Islam, pay a religious levy or die. Those are the conditions offered to Christians and other religious minorities in northern Iraq by members of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. Since the Islamic State (formerly called ISIL and ISIS)...