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  • Poncho& Lefty's food truck drives a fresh bargain

    Hardy, hardworking Mountaineers value freedom so much that lawmakers have appropriated state residents' liberation, in Latin, as the state motto. Not as official, but just as widely stereotyped, is the West Virginian's love of family, good food and...
  • Michelle Quinn: The ugly side of the Internet rears its head

    It's been a week for the Internet's ugly side. On Monday, President Barack Obama's launch of his new Twitter account @POTUS (for President of the United States) was greeted with a rash of racist and hate-filled tweets. On Tuesday, it emerged that by...
  • Verizon/AOL deal means more opportunity, competition for Baltimore 'ad tech hub'

    Verizon/AOL deal means more opportunity, competition for Baltimore 'ad tech hub'
    A decade ago, a pair of Baltimore brothers turned technology placing ads within an Internet video game into a $435 million windfall in selling Advertising.com. Ten years later, the same Baltimore-based technology is central to a deal worth 10 times more....
  • Bruce Jenner's story proves: Gay advocates don't need to lie or bully

    Bruce Jenner's story proves: Gay advocates don't need to lie or bully
    More Americans than ever before — a record-high of 60 percent, according to Gallup last week — support gay marriage. But in the wake of a new scandal rocking the academic world, it’s a good time to remind partisans and activists that the...
  • S.E. Cupp: Key to changing hearts and minds: Don't lie or bully

    More Americans than ever before a record-high of 60 percent, according to Gallup this week support gay marriage. But in the wake of a new scandal rocking the academic world, it's a good time to remind partisans and activists that the ends don't always...
  • Gag order request in Freddie Gray case shows prosecutor's misunderstanding

    Gag order request in Freddie Gray case shows prosecutor's misunderstanding
    The searing spotlight of media scrutiny fell upon a Maryland state's attorney, a rising star in Democratic politics. After a high-profile beating death, the young prosecutor convened a news conference to announce murder charges, detail the evidence and...
  • Could Monsanto's pursuit of rival Syngenta improve the company's troubled image?

    CREVE COEUR, Mo. Monsanto's unsolicited courtship of Swiss rival Syngenta AG has the potential to do many things for the St. Louis-area agriculture giant. For starters, it could propel the company back to a business model more heavily based on chemicals,...
  • Susan Tompor: Are you susceptible to a 'cracking card' scam?

    Chicago street gangs, rap videos and guys who are skilled at "making paper" are all on the front edge of a scam that's already cost banks millions of dollars. It's called "cracking cards." What's weird about this scam is that con artists don't target...
  • After fracking win, N.Y. environmental groups turn to GMO fight

    ALBANY, N.Y. New York state environmental groups are taking the black villain hats off drilling companies like Chesapeake Energy Corp. and placing them on Monsanto Co. and other sellers of genetically modified produce. After beating back an attempt by...
  • As vaping culture gets hot, some drop cigarettes but maybe not all the risks

    As vaping culture gets hot, some drop cigarettes but maybe not all the risks
    Like many a hard-core smoker, Candi McCann found it a bear to quit. Nothing worked. Not the patch. Not those blue smoking cessation pills her doctor prescribed. Then she tried those electronic cigarettes that produce a steamy vapor instead of smoke....
  • Liberal groups dig for dirt on Bush, other GOP candidates

    WASHINGTON Jeb Bush was in New Hampshire, talking to voters about the education standards called Common Core. Back in Washington, ears perked up on a team that spends all day, every day, scouring television and the Internet for appearances by...