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  • Hackers have no right to steal private images of celebrities [Commentary]

    Hackers have no right to steal private images of celebrities [Commentary]
    With my job as a cartoonist and columnist for one the nation's biggest newspapers comes a modicum of minor celebrity, but I can't imagine a big market for naked pictures of myself. This is not the case for true celebrities, such as Jennifer Lawrence, Kate...
  • Bob Ford: NCAA played the bully because it could

    The NCAA, which enjoyed the view from its holier-than-thou pedestal when sanctioning the Penn State football program in 2012, completed its self-serving exacta on Monday as it patted the program on the head and assumed the part of merciful overlord....
  • Mike Sielski: In new media world, Rice video bound to end up on TMZ

    There's a marvelous scene in the film "All the President's Men" in which the Washington Post's editors are holding their afternoon meeting, reviewing the day's most important stories and deciding which ones merit front-page placement, when the topic of...
  • Chicago No. 2 among nation's bicycle-friendly cities: magazine

    Chicago No. 2 among nation's bicycle-friendly cities: magazine
    Three years after Mayor Rahm Emanuel first pledged to make Chicago the nation's most “bike-friendly” city, Chicago has inched its way up to No. 2. That's according to Bicycling Magazine, which biennially ranks 50 U.S. cities for their...
  • Who won the war in Gaza?

    "Hamas was seriously beaten," Prime Minister Benjamin "Bibi" Netanyahu told a group of skeptical reporters and columnists at a news conference, on the day after an open-ended ceasefire was declared last Tuesday. The IDF put figures on the "severe...
  • John M. Crisp: U.S. move against Islamic State must involve Iran

    Last week President Obama remarked candidly that, with regard to the jihadist group the Islamic State, "We don't have a strategy yet." The political left cringed a little; the right saw an opportunity. The criticism was immediate. But in this area of the...
  • Trudy Rubin: If Putin's actions in Ukraine aren't an invasion, then what is?

    In 1949, George Orwell published "Nineteen Eighty-Four," his famous portrait of a totalitarian regime whose "Ministry of Truth" spews rank propaganda called "Newspeak" that turns historical facts on their head. Newspeak has been alive and well these past...
  • Dan K. Thomasson: Arrogance led to McDonnell's demise

    WASHINGTON Most politicians, I'm convinced, believe they can talk their way out of anything. Whether it is arrogance, over confidence or just plain stupidity, this trait often seems to lead them into disaster when facing serious legal challenges to...
  • Marla Ridenour: Improbably rally might be seminal moment for weak Browns' franchise

    PITTSBURGH In the locker room at halftime and in the final two quarters Sunday at Heinz Field, the Browns might have found themselves. Months from now, if they end up with a winning record or surprisingly make the playoffs, what Brian Hoyer, Joe Thomas,...
  • More than pictures stolen in celeb phone-hacking case

    OK, so about the hacking of certain actresses' computer files and the posting of nude photos found therein: Can we be frank? There is, within every healthy, heterosexual man, something which, upon viewing an attractive woman clad scantily or not at all,...
  • Columnist craves heroin — not (but made you look)

    Do the following headlines even refer to the same blog post? “College is a ludicrous waste of money” “Back to College, the Only Gateway to the Middle Class” Yes, indeedy, they sure do. They have to do with a post by...