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  • Former Leader columnist dies

    Former Leader columnist dies
    Walter Avery Meares Jr., a former Burbank Leader columnist who wrote about city issues during the late 1980s and early 1990s, passed away peacefully in his Burbank home on July 9. He was 87. He wrote a column for more than five years covering everything...
  • On The Fly

    ESPN posted a story reporting that former UConn guard Shabazz Napier says he knows nothing about his Twitter account no longer following LeBron James. "The whole thing about that is I don't know how to work Twitter yet and I'm not on my Twitter, so I don'...
  • Ann McFeatters: Americans sure have odd ways of dealing with their problems

    WASHINGTON � We Americans are marvelously inventive when it comes to dealing with our piques. That clever Speaker of the House, Rep. John "The Tan Man" Boehner, R-Ohio, figured that by suing the president he could: 1. Anger the White House 2....
  • RedBlueAmerica: What should the US do about illegal immigrant children?

    The crisis along the southern U.S. border has politicians and immigration officials scrambling. More than 52,000 children, mostly from Central American nations, have arrived so far this year. The Department of Homeland Security is running out of space...
  • Michael Hastings' 'The Last Magazine' revisits journalism's recent past

    "WE DO not talk. We bludgeon one another with facts and theories gleaned from cursory readings of newspapers, magazines and digests," said Henry Miller. Wonder what he'd think about today's "cursory readings" online? I SPENT A part of last weekend...
  • Winning SEC at South Carolina would eclipse what Steve Spurrier did at Florida

    Steve Spurrier is about to embark on history this season at South Carolina, where he will become the first coach in the acclaimed annals of the Southeastern Conference to spend a decade or more at two different SEC schools. Not only that, but when his...
  • Jay Ambrose: A more stable world requires more stable policies

    The world is lately an unstable mess, as crazily off balance as at anytime in the past three and a half decades, says a recent front-page story in The Wall Street Journal, and it's clearly, frighteningly true. Look at the Middle East and you see bloody...
  • Rekha Basu: You can't escape the Kochs

    You can't escape the Koch brothers. They're everywhere. Underwriting efforts to eliminate Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid. Trying to get rid of aid to education, the Environmental Protection Agency and minimum-wage laws. They're the brunt of late-...
  • Martin Schram: Cleveland's GOP convention news recalls forgotten lesson for fiery pols

    What a week for Cleveland! On the second Tuesday of a sweltering July, the Republican National Committee announced it was bringing its 2016 presidential convention and all the economic kick and image glories that go with it to the city that for decades...
  • John M. Crisp: A local climate-change laboratory with global implications

    If you were looking for a place to contemplate global climate change in a microcosm climate change writ small you could do worse than to consider my humble corner of the world. In some respects, this area is a laboratory for the competing climate and...
  • Report: NCAA investigating Oklahoma State

    The Sports Xchange Report: NCAA investigating Oklahoma State Oklahoma State's football program is under NCAA investigation, ESPN.com reported Monday. According to ESPN.com, the investigation stems from a five-part series by Sports Illustrated in...