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  • Bucks County lawmaker: Restrict access to military combat honors

    Bucks County lawmaker: Restrict access to military combat honors
    The story of a Philadelphia man pretending to be a highly decorated Army Ranger is a familiar one to Anthony Anderson. The South Carolina Army veteran runs Guardians of Valor, a group dedicated to exposing individuals who falsely claim military service...
  • Bravo and E! networks take the plunge into scripted TV programming

    Bravo and E! networks take the plunge into scripted TV programming
    Two of TV's biggest reality stars are breaking into acting. Bravo and E! network, which have established themselves as reality kingpins with franchises such as "Real Housewives" and the Kardashians between them, are taking a moment to find out what...
  • WHRO launches SkillsOnline job training courses, with free ones coming next year

    WHRO launches SkillsOnline job training courses, with free ones coming next year
    Norfolk-based WHRO Public Media, the region's public broadcaster, plans to make interactive online skills-based lessons available for free to students and workers next year through its new SkillsOnline service. WHRO has raised $300,000 from the...
  • 'The Newsroom' recap: Bad boss, bad ideas spark staff revolt

    'The Newsroom' recap: Bad boss, bad ideas spark staff revolt
    Irate staffers at Atlantis Cable News openly rebel against their Internet-obsessed owner — and a veteran journalist dramatically dies on the job — in “Oh Shenandoah,” the penultimate Episode 24 of HBO’s “The Newsroom.&...
  • IOC allows summer or winter Olympics in two countries; baseball, softball get second life

    IOC allows summer or winter Olympics in two countries;  baseball, softball get second life
    MONACO – By what International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach called a unanimous show-of-hands approval Monday, even though it clearly seemed not everyone raised a hand to vote, the IOC created the possibility for future summer or winter...
  • McDonald's sales tumble in November, sending stock down

    The Big Mac is suffering. Facing changing eating habits among Americans, McDonald’s Corp. on Monday reported downbeat November sales, sending its stock down nearly 4%. The Oak Brook, Ill.-based fast-food giant said sales at U.S. stores open at...
  • Arnold Palmer Hospital captures hearts with video

    Arnold Palmer Hospital captures hearts with video
    Ten years after a horrific car accident that killed her husband, an Orlando mother went back to Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children to find and thank the people who helped save her child. Her story is captured in a short movie called The Thank You...
  • Hachette tries author-to-reader sales via Twitter

    Hachette tries author-to-reader sales via Twitter
    Before astronaut Chris Hadfield won the world over with his rendition of David Bowie's space song "Major Tom," he was already a social media star. High above the Earth in the International Space Station, Hadfield photographed the planet -- often cities at...
  • Both sides in the New Republic meltdown are wrong about the magazine

    Considering how devoted everyone involved in the meltdown of The New Republic is to the principles of trenchant journalism and lucid policy analysis, the most remarkable thing about the event is how obtuse they all are about the magazine's past, present...
  • 5 myths about policing

    5 myths about policing
    America's police forces are in the spotlight. After the police shooting deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., and 12-year-old Tamir Rice in Cleveland, as well as this past week's decision by a grand jury not to indict the officer caught on video...
  • CBS, Dish reach deal after CBS pulls programming

    CBS, Dish reach deal after CBS pulls programming
    NEW YORK - U.S. broadcasting companies CBS Corp and Dish Network Corp reached a multi-year deal on Saturday with CBS agreeing to continue to deliver its programs to Dish's 14 million subscribers. The deal came hours after CBS pulled CBS, CBS Sports...