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  • George Will on Wrigley Field's 100th anniversary

    George Will on Wrigley Field's 100th anniversary
    Call it a character defect, but I don't like baseball. And I especially don't like the Chicago Cubs — losers I never found lovable. I grew up less than a mile west of Wrigley Field, and games there represented summerlong inconveniences such as...
  • Argentina's fight with bondholders reaches U.S. top court

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday wades into Argentina's multi-billion dollar legal fight with bond investors who turned down two debt restructuring offers after the country's 2002 default. The relatively narrow case that the nine...
  • Judge rules North Dakota's ban on abortions after 6 weeks unconstitutional

    North Dakota’s law banning abortions after 6 weeks of pregnancy is unconstitutional, a federal judge ruled Wednesday, striking down what critics had called the nation’s most extreme limit on the procedure. The law, which was approved last...
  • Justice Alito will participate in Aereo case, ending concerns of a tie

    Justice Alito will participate in Aereo case, ending concerns of a tie
    There will be no tie in the Supreme Court battle of Aereo vs. the broadcasters. Supreme Court Justice Samuel A. Alito, who previously had recused himself from participating in the case, will take part in it after all, according to SCOTUS Blog, which...
  • Bears, golden rule, and Grapes of Wrath: Letters

    Don't blame the bears How can we, as an ethical society, build homes and leave our garbage out in a gated subdivision near a forest "carved out of the Wekiva River landscape" that advertises lots of wildlife, and then wonder why we attract hungry...
  • Require unanimity from capital case juries: Editorial

    First lady Mary Todd Lincoln once confessed that her "evil genius Procrastination has whispered me to tarry 'til a more convenient season." Clearly, Tallahassee's overrun with gaggles of evil geniuses speaking in hushed tones. Despite nearly a decade of...
  • Ohio judge stays his own ruling on same-sex marriage

    Pump the brakes: Same-sex marriages won't be recognized in Ohio just yet. So ruled a federal judge in Ohio on Wednesday, joining a growing number of federal courts around the country to condemn parts of same-sex marriage bans as unconstitutional  only...
  • Consider side effects of taking 'the pill'

    In his letter to the editor, Gary J. Abramowicz states that Hobby Lobby, in his opinion, wants women to needlessly suffer. He writes this in relation to Hobby Lobby's current case awaiting a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court. The issue in the case is...
  • Tracking system nabbing drug dealers and law-abiding pilots

    Tracking system nabbing drug dealers and law-abiding pilots
    Ken Dobson, a retired police officer, said he received quite a welcome when he landed his single-engine Cessna in Detroit two days after leaving his home in Palm Desert. Five sheriff's cars surrounded the plane and deputies got out with guns drawn. Then...
  • Stephen Henderson of Detroit Free Press wins Pulitzer Prize for commentary

    DETROIT The Detroit Free Press won its 10th Pulitzer Prize Monday for the commentary work of Editorial Page Editor Stephen Henderson, whose unflinching examination of Detroit's financial collapse gave readers a sobering look at the past and a hopeful road...
  • Voice of the People, Apr. 15

    Pilot identity Because of the saga of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370, one question I have: Do I have a right to know who is flying my airplane? Who is the person I am trusting with my life, and the lives of my family members? How long has the person...