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  • Pro-pot activists launch first U.S. 'Consume Responsibly' campaign

    DENVER (Reuters) - Taking a cheeky jab at a New York Times columnist who had a bad experience with marijuana-infused candy on a visit to Colorado, pro-pot activists launched a campaign urging adults to "consume responsibly" in states where the drug is...
  • Parade magazine gets a new owner

    Parade magazine gets a new owner
    Parade magazine, a longtime Sunday supplement in the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times and more than 700 other newspapers, is getting a new owner. Nashville-based Athlon Media Group has entered into an agreement to purchase Parade and Dash magazines...
  • Martin Schram: Winning Islam's other battle � for hearts and minds of Muslim youth

    This is the week Washington pounced on the question of whether or not American "boots on the ground" will be needed in our newest war against the terrifying forces of the Islamic State of Syria and Iraq. It erupted Tuesday when the chairman of the...
  • Cynthia M. Allen: The NFL can learn from football coaches in Texas

    Hours after a video of Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, punching his then fiancee (now wife) and dragging her limp body out of a casino elevator, hit the Internet, his NFL team tweeted that Rice's contract had been terminated. That seemed like a...
  • Christine M. Flowers: Ray Rice episode being irresponsibly simplified by ratings-hungry media

    I've never been a victim of domestic violence, but I've loved people who have been. I say "people" because some of the victims have been men, despite the general "Burning Bed" stereotype of the muscled brute beating the living daylights out of the 100-...
  • Stu Bykofsky: 'Privilege' to be white? Not quite

    My "white privilege" was sharing a bedroom with my sister in a South Bronx tenement until I was 15 and she was 11. My parents slept on a bed in the living room. Then we moved out of a neighborhood of close scrapes and fire escapes to a Brooklyn public-...
  • Jay Ambrose: Amendment threatens free speech

    By recently voicing full-hearted approval of a bill eviscerating the First Amendment guarantee of free speech, Senate Democrats showed themselves to be among the most extreme, irresponsible, self-serving and historically ignorant establishment politicians...
  • Ravens Q&A with Mike Preston (Sept. 16)

    Ravens Q&A with Mike Preston (Sept. 16)
    Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston answers readers' questions about the Ravens' win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 2 and more. What's your take on the Ravens after only two games? The offense looked bad in the first game, much improved in the...
  • 30 years of explaining things

    A columnist's job is "to explain things," the late, great Tribune columnist Mike Royko memorably declared. The past three decades — from the rise of AIDS, crack cocaine, Ronald Reagan and Madonna to the era of Ebola, medical marijuana, Barack...
  • Rekha Basu: As protests subside, lessons from Ferguson must endure

    Life is said to be moving back to normal in Ferguson, Mo., three weeks after an unarmed 18-year-old was shot to death by a police officer. Michael Brown has been buried. Shops closed in the wake of early looting are reopening. "I Love Ferguson" signs...
  • Steve Paul: As Amazon.com battles for domination, a tale of a minnow in its shark tank

    Almost 20 years ago, during one of my brief but most notable periods of insanity, I bought a bookstore. Yes, I ventured into the bookselling business. I was floating on some years of experience as a book critic, journalist, book buyer, reader and...