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  • On The Fly: Politics Find Way Into Super Bowl

    On The Fly: Politics Find Way Into Super Bowl
    Politics have a way of seeping into everything, right? You can add the Super Bowl, too. That's right, Congress — yes Congress — could bring Super Bowl XLIX to a screeching halt if it doesn't get its act together by New Year's Eve. Lauren...
  • Ralph Morse, renowned photographer, 97

    Ralph Morse saw it all. From Germany's surrender in World War II to Babe Ruth's farewell at Yankee Stadium, to the cutthroat Space Race between the U.S. and the Soviet Union, he was there, camera in hand, capturing history as it was made. In an...
  • Charlie Hebdo victims were martyrs, but no saints

    Both the unifying power of social media and their tendency to oversimplify were on full display as word spread of the horrendous murders in Paris at the offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. The ghastly, workmanlike slaughter of cartoonists,...
  • A bit about me as a matter of full disclosure

    A bit about me as a matter of full disclosure
    In this column, I make it a habit to be open with readers. I write about my experiences growing up in Central Florida, my family, even my husband's penchant for stinking up our house with vinegar as he preps for barbecue contests. So this column...
  • Teen claims he lied about making millions playing stocks during lunch

    Teen claims he lied about making millions playing stocks during lunch
    A student at Stuyvesant High School in New York who reached viral fame after he told New York magazine he made millions playing the stocks during lunch is now claiming he made the whole thing up, according to the New York Observer. The original story...
  • Body cams: required wear for cops?: Front Burner

    Body cams: required wear for cops?: Front Burner
    To the dismay of some, Michael Brown's death didn't provoke a grand jury indictment against the shooter, Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson. The incident, however, might well have helped trigger a sea change in policing. Last month, President...
  • In Wake Of Attack, We Are All Charlie

    Barbarians kill journalists to try to silence other journalists. And when has that ever worked? But the craven monsters who killed a dozen people at a satirical magazine in Paris on Wednesday targeted more than writers and cartoonists. Every person...
  • It doesn't matter which team Christie roots for

    It doesn't matter which team Christie roots for
    I was very surprised at the narrow-mindedness of columnist Bill White's Dec. 21 item in "Best of the week's blogs" regarding New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's choice of backing the Dallas Cowboys football team. The insignificance of a choice of a sports...
  • Mike Preston's key matchups for Ravens vs. Steelers

    Mike Preston's key matchups for Ravens vs. Steelers
    Columnist Mike Preston picks three key matchups in the Ravens' AFC wild-card game vs. the Steelers in Pittsburgh. Steelers WRs Antonio Brown and Markus Wheaton vs. Ravens CBs Lardarius Webb and Rashaan Melvin: Webb has made progress coming back from...
  • Here's my predictions for the new year

    Step right up folks, sit right down in your favorite reading nook — hmm, you need to replace that toilet paper roll — and dive into the 2015 edition of the Old Columnist's Almanac! Once again, the Old Columnist's Almanac tells you...
  • Rolling Stone backtracks on U.Va. fraternity rape article as key elements doubted

    Rolling Stone backtracks on U.Va. fraternity rape article as key elements doubted
    A University of Virginia student's harrowing description of a gang rape at a fraternity, detailed in a recent Rolling Stone article, began to unravel Friday as interviews revealed doubts about significant details of the purported attack. The fraternity...