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  • Jay Ambrose: The assault on Perry is an assault on America

    Disagree with someone's politics? Forget the ballot box, indict the bum and stick him in prison if you can. It's a dangerous, totalitarian-threatening, un-American trend, says the wonderfully worthy Alan Dershowitz, a Harvard law professor who told...
  • Martin Schram: NATO shouldn't let Ukraine tensions derail nuclear anti-terror reforms

    The bucolic views of 2,000 acres of Wales countryside surrounding Celtic Manor just outside Newport are magnificent. But they won't help 67 heads of state, who will be there for the September 4-5 NATO summit, view the one thing they most urgently need...
  • John M. Crisp: Driverless cars attempt to solve the wrong problem

    Some ideas are so good that their appeal is immediately compelling. For example, when my classmates and I encountered the intellectual demands of elementary and junior high school how can we ever learn all this? we fantasized about a "knowledge pill," an...
  • Rekha Basu: Recreational pot industry purveys a legal Rocky Mountain high

    Six months ago, Bill Zweitzig, a 38-year-old jazz musician and glass blower, moved his family from Pennsylvania to Colorado to sell something he had experience selling: marijuana. This time, though, he's on salary and doesn't risk arrest. "I've got three...
  • 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...
  • Steve Paul: Many reasons to value journalism in action

    It's fashionable to declare the death of "newspapers." And, by "newspapers" I mean those media operations that bring news of the world and your community to your doorstep and/or to the device screen of your choosing. The New York Times' media columnist...
  • Columnist calls Brandon Marshall a 'miscreant,' blasts Showtime

    New York Post columnist Phil Mushnick isn’t a big fan of Showtime’s “Inside the NFL” using Brandon Marshall as a regular analyst this year. His Sunday column labeled the Bears receiver a “miscreant” and included...
  • A day in the life of Mo'ne, cover girl

    SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. - At first, she tried to disguise herself by wearing a hoodie, but her hazel eyes and iconic braids were a dead giveaway. She has her own escort now, a driver who ferries her around the Little League complex in a golf cart - it'...
  • 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...