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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'...
  • 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...
  • Dan K. Thomasson: NCAA ruling and the myth of the student athlete

    WASHINGTON It may take a bit longer but it seems clear that college athletics is about to change dramatically and one of the most autocratic, often overbearing institutions ever conceived might never be the same. It's about time. The NCAA with its...
  • Mark Purdy: Will anything change under Manfred?

    Major League Baseball tried to elect a new fearless leader Thursday. And for a while in the tradition of outgoing commissioner Bud Selig's decision to let an All-Star game end in a tie it appeared they might choose no one. Finally, after a long day of...
  • Ann McFeatters: Commercial drones coming to skies near you!

    WASHINGTON Oh no! The United States is falling behind in yet another big area � commercial use of drones. (Those things that buzz around and gather information and drop bombs overseas but don't yet deliver Amazon packages.) Although drones seem to...
  • Wonder Woman visits Gotham in Gail Simone’s ‘Sensation Comics’ No. 1

     
    A feminist icon in a genre dominated by male characters, Wonder Woman has always been a pioneer in superhero comics, […]...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Chicago's Thompson Center in sad state

    Chicago's Thompson Center in sad state
    If our buildings reflect us as truly as a mirror, as the architect Louis Sullivan once said, the image emanating from Chicago's run-down James R. Thompson Center speaks with painful honesty about the sad state of the state of Illinois. Our public...