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  • Spinosaurus aegyptiacus revealed to be first semiaquatic dinosaur

    Spinosaurus aegyptiacus revealed to be first semiaquatic dinosaur
    If you think it sounds incongruous to describe the largest predatory dinosaur yet known as “half duck, half crocodile,” well, correct. But that’s the phrase University of Chicago paleontologist Paul Sereno used for Spinosaurus, the...
  • Stu Bykofsky: 'Privilege' to be white? Not quite

    My "white privilege" was sharing a bedroom with my sister in a South Bronx tenement until I was 15 and she was 11. My parents slept on a bed in the living room. Then we moved out of a neighborhood of close scrapes and fire escapes to a Brooklyn public-...
  • Leonard Pitts Jr.: Rice abuse video revealed nothing we didn't know already

    Apologies for the blunt language, but can we please cut the crap? Meaning: can we stop pretending we know something now that we didn't before about what Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice did to his then-fiancee in the elevator of that Atlantic...
  • Marc Jacobs models wear uniforms — but no makeup

    Marc Jacobs models wear uniforms — but no makeup
    New York Fashion Week came to a close Thursday with a Marc Jacobs finale that featured uniforms that were anything but, Fashion Critic Booth Moore reports. [Los Angeles Times] In a shocking development, Jacobs' models went without makeup. Acclaimed...
  • How a German soldier-artist saved Dutch Jews from the Nazis

    BERLIN This is the story of how a beloved German children's book illustrator, while serving in the army of Nazi Germany, saved the lives of hundreds of Jews from Adolf Hitler's death machine. It's a story from before Werner Klemke was deeply beloved...
  • Jay Ambrose: Amendment threatens free speech

    By recently voicing full-hearted approval of a bill eviscerating the First Amendment guarantee of free speech, Senate Democrats showed themselves to be among the most extreme, irresponsible, self-serving and historically ignorant establishment politicians...
  • European, U.S. media paywall providers join forces

    Piano Media, a European paywall software supplier, has agreed to buy larger U.S. competitor Press Plus, for an undisclosed amount as newspapers and magazines increasingly charge for content on their websites. Kelly Leach, a veteran executive from News...
  • Ravens Q&A with Mike Preston (Sept. 16)

    Ravens Q&A with Mike Preston (Sept. 16)
    Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston answers readers' questions about the Ravens' win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 2 and more. What's your take on the Ravens after only two games? The offense looked bad in the first game, much improved in the...
  • Letters from the Editor: What questions do you want asked at the Feet to the Fire Forum?

    The Feet to the Fire Forum is an unusual debate series. No canned introductions. No scripts. No podiums. No stopwatches. The format is fluid — more improvisational jazz than note-for-note classical. The inspiration comes from a Sunday morning...
  • Jerry Large: Space goals can lift down-to-earth ones

    Sometimes the news makes me want to get off the planet for a while, to go where, well, where each day is about new frontiers rather than old problems. I can't afford a lift on one of Virgin Galactic's space-tourism flights, but I can hook my imagination...
  • Thumbnail Look At South Florida

    Location: Tampa, Fla. (347,645) Enrollment: 41,344 Founded: 1956 Nickname: Bulls Colors: Green and gold Famous USF athletes: Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul; Eagles safety Nate Allen;Former place kicker Bill Gramatica; Former NBA guard...