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  • Georgia RB Gurley done for season

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Update 3: Richt comments Georgia RB Gurley done for season Georgia running back Todd Gurley is expected to miss the rest of the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. "Without a doubt one of...
  • 21st Century Fox shares rise on earnings beat

    21st Century Fox shares rise on earnings beat
    Shares of Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox Inc. rose more than 4.5% on Wednesday after the company reported earnings that beat Wall Street's expectations.  Profit for the quarter that ended Sept. 30 came in at 39 cents a share on an adjusted basis,...
  • The Israel boycott that backfired

    The Israel boycott that backfired
    For about a year, the American Studies Assn. has been offering a very public object lesson in how to destroy a scholarly organization. Ostensibly devoted to the study of all things American, the 5,000-member academic cohort has ventured outside its...
  • On California initiatives, money talked, the public interest walked

    On California initiatives, money talked, the public interest walked
    It was obvious from the start that the cascade of corporate cash into ballot initiative campaigns in California this year would be overwhelming. The reality did not disappoint. That reality had to please the biggest spenders, notably the insurance...
  • Disney World's 'Frozen' frenzy a hot topic among theme-park fans

    One year after the world premiere of "Frozen," the film's fans can delight in its expanding presence at Walt Disney World. But some theme-park devotees are turning a cold shoulder to the blockbuster and the attention it's receiving. Kyle Crane, a Disney...
  • Protect yourself from Ebola charity, stock scams

    Both the Better Business Bureau and the Federal Trade Commission are warning consumers to watch out for Ebola-related charity scams. The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority is also cautioning investors to steer clear of scams involving companies...
  • Most recent school shooting shows need to reach troubled teens online

    SEATTLE "Thank you for being such a good friend," read the text message on Juliana Borges' phone. "I know you're going to do well in life." Borges, then an 18-year-old senior at Lake Stevens High School, looked at the words, smiled and went on with her...
  • ‘All-New Captain America’ lands at Marvel’s diversity front line

     
    When Marvel took to ABC’s “The View” and Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report” in July to announce that a woman […]...
  • How hackers wreaked havoc in St. Louis after Brown's shooting

    FERGUSON, Mo. The first call came on a Thursday, 12 days after Michael Brown was shot. Patti Knowles and her granddaughter were watching "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse." The caller warned that the collective of computer hackers and activists known as...
  • Merita Bread sign traveling from I-4 to the Morse Museum

    Merita Bread sign traveling from I-4 to the Morse Museum
    There are a lot of historic signs in the collection of the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art. Now a sign that is instantly recognizable to anyone who frequently drives on Interstate 4 has been added to the collection. On Nov. 12, Catherine...
  • Round Table: Four self-possessed voices from Young Hollywood

    Round Table: Four self-possessed voices from Young Hollywood
    Steaming bowls of pasta, a taco bar, jars overflowing with M&Ms and jelly beans — that's what Jena Malone remembers about being on a movie set as a kid. The food. "I grew up like without any sort of fancy food. So I literally stuffed myself silly,...