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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Commentary: Bacall, Bogart and the Daily Pilot columnist

    The recent death of Hollywood legend Lauren Bacall triggered for most people memories of her film and Broadway roles, her sultry looks and throaty voice, and her 12-year marriage to film star Humphrey Bogart. Me? I couldn't help thinking about good old...
  • Bob Timberg's storied life [Commentary]

    In 1970, American blood was being shed on the killing fields of Vietnam. Congress lowered the voting age from 21 to 18. Richard Nixon's Oval Office conversations were being recorded. And in Annapolis, a cub reporter was hired by the Evening Capital. He...
  • RedBlueAmerica: Are America's police over-militarized and under-accountable?

    Americans have been transfixed for a week now by the protests in Ferguson, Mo., sparked when an unarmed black man, Michael Brown, was shot and killed by a police officer. Police, outfitted with camouflage, tear gas, crowd-dispersing noise-makers, and...
  • Ann McFeatters: Americans love their used cars � but buyer beware!

    WASHINGTON Let's talk about buying used cars. The other day a 52-year-old car that was once involved in a fatal crash sold for $38,115,000 at an auction in Carmel, California. It was a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO Berlinetta. It is red. Apparently, cars are...
  • 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...
  • Should big banks be broken apart?: Front Burner

    First lady Michelle Obama has led the charge to cut Americans down to size, encouraging couch spuds to reduce their girth. Not only are diet discussions gaining traction in supermarkets, but also in U.S. financial markets. A rising chorus of powerful...
  • Mo'ne Davis a cover girl -- for Sports Illustrated

    Mo'ne Davis a cover girl -- for Sports Illustrated
    Mo'ne Davis has made publishing history, too. She is the first active Little Leaguer on the cover of Sports Illustrated. The magazine’s decision to put Davis on the front of this week's issue speaks to the imprint the 13-year-old girl has made...
  • 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...
  • 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...