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  • Changing Underlying Politics Key In Ferguson

    Missouri is the Show-Me State. It says so right on our license plates. We Missourians like to think this slogan captures our strength of character, our down-to-earth sensibility and skeptical savvy. Very different qualities have been on display lately....
  • Judges Send Chill Through First Amendment

    The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution — part of our Bill of Rights — guarantees, among other things, that our government will not abridge the freedom of the press. Yet recently, two veteran Connecticut Superior Court judges said that...
  • Small Business Saturday: Corporate Catchphrase Takes On Life Of Its Own

    It started as a promotion by American Express four years ago, but now Small Business Saturday is growing in eclectic ways — from shop to shop, and town to town. In 2010, the financial services giant coined the term Small Business Saturday, offering...
  • NFL roundup: Ray Rice's suspension ends

    The Sports Xchange NFL roundup: Ray Rice's suspension ends Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is eligible to sign with any team after his indefinite suspension was lifted Friday. Judge Barbara Jones, the arbitrator chosen by the NFL and...
  • 49ers take hits from Seahawks and friendly fire

    The Sports Xchange By Dave Del Grande, The Sports Xchange 49ers take hits from Seahawks and friendly fire SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- On a night when the San Francisco 49ers didn't figuratively show up for a 19-3 loss to the rival Seattle Seahawks, two non-...
  • Bob Hope Airport is making a play for college sports fans

    Bob Hope Airport is making a play for college sports fans
    Bob Hope Airport officials are following a marketing playbook they hope will help raise the airport's profile by targeting college sports fans across the country with bowl season approaching. The Burbank airport — the official airport of the...
  • Students urge The Habit of Happy

    Students urge The Habit of Happy
    Students in the DECA chapter at Coral Glades High School in Coral Springs are encouraging their classmates, as well as local elementary school children and adults, to better recognize and exercise their choice to be happy. The campaign, called The Habit...
  • How to hire the right people right away

    How to hire the right people right away
    Two Chicago tech executives, Matt Moog and Logan LaHive, are chatting at a private reception at the Museum of Contemporary Art when Moog casually mentions he's in the midst of hiring 65 people in five months. That's two hires every three business days....
  • Pre-holiday snow arrives like unwelcome dinner guest

    Pre-holiday snow arrives like unwelcome dinner guest
    For those looking to cram Thursday with turkey-coma-induced couch surfing, Mother Nature has left you something to be thankful for. Depending upon your proximity to windows, you might have noticed a massive storm dumped generous helpings of what...
  • Journalism professor's lessons live on

    Journalism professor's lessons live on
    It was 37 years ago when we met, a frightened student and a rumpled teacher in an awkward moment that changed a life. It was a hot early summer day in the rural Midwest, and I was wandering the empty halls of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, a...
  • Taylor Swift fans stymied on Spotify but not on YouTube

    Here's another story for the People Aren't Stupid files: After Taylor Swift pulled her songs from Spotify (and Rdio's free tier), ostensibly to promote sales of her new album "1989," the popularity of Swift's music on YouTube skyrocketed. That's...