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  • 10 things you might not know about football coaches

    10 things you might not know about football coaches
    The Bears' John Fox hunt has ended with the hiring of the former Denver coach to replace Marc Trestman. And ex-Bear Jim Harbaugh was recently introduced as coach at the University of Michigan, where he'll make $7 million his first year. Talk about pay...
  • Readers remember Al Martinez, the 'Bard of L.A.'

    Readers remember Al Martinez, the 'Bard of L.A.'
    After writer Al Martinez, a celebrated columnist for The Times from 1984 to 2009, died Monday dozens of readers wrote letters as they often do after someone of prominence passes, praising his work and expressing their grief. But many of the letters on...
  • Photographer shot at anti-Charlie Hebdo protest in Pakistan

    Photographer shot at anti-Charlie Hebdo protest in Pakistan
    A rally by Pakistani students against a French satirical weekly's latest publication of a Prophet Muhammad cartoon turned violent on Friday, with police firing warning shots and water cannons to disperse the demonstration. A photographer with the Agence...
  • Charlie Hebdo's survivors, amid tears and debate, focus on next edition

    Charlie Hebdo's survivors, amid tears and debate, focus on next edition
    Days after the massacre that shocked this nation, the surviving staffers of French humor magazine Charlie Hebdo are gathered in another newsroom planning their next edition. What is usually is the most ordinary of tasks for any journalist is now...
  • Should athletes mix sports, activism?: Front Burner

    Few but hard-core sports buffs recall the times, heights vaulted, and points scored during the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City. Few, however, will forget one indelible moment from those Games: Standing on the medal podium, gold medalist Tommie Smith and...
  • Lion of Judah event features Charles Krauthammer

    Lion of Judah event features Charles Krauthammer
    Charles Krauthammer, American Pulitzer Prize-winning syndicated columnist, author, political commentator and physician, whose weekly column is syndicated to more than 400 newspapers worldwide, was featured guest speaker at last week's Jewish Federation of...
  • Rude and crude French cartoonists died for our freedom

    Rude and crude French cartoonists died for our freedom
    I have received many messages of solidarity from friends and readers in the couple of days since Islamic terrorists stormed into the Paris office of the satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, and murdered 12 people, including several cartoonists. One friend...
  • Bill White's Pets of the Week: Holly and Nicholas

    Bill White's Pets of the Week: Holly and Nicholas
    Each week, Morning Call columnist Bill White will visit one of the Lehigh Valley’s animal shelters and give you an up-close look at one of the pets they have for adoption. The shelter workers will give you information about the animals, and you'll...
  • Where would Kathleen Kane go for advice?

    Where would Kathleen Kane go for advice?
    "Jerry, Chris Christie is on his way up." "Do you have the double-wide reinforced chair for him?" "Yes, we flew it in from Dallas." The door to the owner's box flew open. "Jerryyy!" Christie cried, embracing Jones. "Hello, Chris. I see you're...
  • What Al Martinez meant to his readers

    To the editor: Tuesday morning I cried. Al Martinez is gone. And when I read that news, I cried. I felt like I had lost a warm, loving uncle. ("Al Martinez dies at 85; Times columnist chronicled Southern California life," Jan. 12) I never met Al. I only...
  • 'Je suis Charlie' and the people who are not Charlie

    '<i>Je suis Charlie</i>' and the people who are <i>not</i> Charlie
    On the streets of Paris and at the red carpet at the Golden Globes, and across the electronic boulevards of social media that crisscross the world, the words "Je suis Charlie" are everywhere. The phrase means "I am Charlie" in French. It's a Facebook-...