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  • Paul George Tweets 'Thoughtless' Says Pacers President Larry Bird

    Indiana Pacers forward Paul George apologized Thursday for insensitive remarks made via Twitter in reaction to the NFL announcing the indefinite suspension of Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice. "I want to apologize to all victims of domestic abuse...
  • Domestic violence deserves attention year round [Commentary]

    Domestic violence deserves attention year round [Commentary]
    While most of us were sitting safely in our homes or offices this week watching the news and social media coverage of the announcements by the Ravens and the NFL, hundreds of women in Maryland were walking into courthouses, domestic violence advocates'...
  • What the 'Internet Slowdown' missed about Net neutrality

    What the 'Internet Slowdown' missed about Net neutrality
    Remember the day the Internet went dark, kinda sorta? Thousands of popular websites blacked out at least part of their content in January 2012 to raise awareness of (and opposition to) PIPA and SOPA, a pair of overbroad bills in Congress to curb piracy on...
  • Katy Perry wears haute couture in Harper's Bazaar

    Katy Perry wears haute couture in Harper's Bazaar
    Katy Perry flirts with high fashion in the October issue of Harper's Bazaar (on newsstands Sept. 23). On the newsstand cover, she wears a Schiaparelli Haute Couture dress. On the subscriber cover, she wears a dress by Giorgio Armani Prive. Inside, she...
  • Ravens executives address Ray Rice investigation in exclusive interview

    Ravens executives address Ray Rice investigation in exclusive interview
    The Ravens’ top decision makers acknowledged Wednesday that the organization failed in its handling of the Ray Rice investigation and now needs to rebuild trust with its fans. In their first interview since Monday’s decision to terminate...
  • Restaurateur who posted LeSean McCoy tip hears from the crowd

    Restaurateur who posted LeSean McCoy tip hears from the crowd
    Sitting in a corner booth at PYT as the lunch-crowd hum blended with the thump of some '80s dance tune, Tommy Up laughed and clicked to refresh his e-mail. "You rock!" read the latest, No. 2,105. "Proud of you," went another. Then, this flattery:...
  • Singapore bans documentary on political exiles

    SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore has banned a documentary on political exiles who have lived abroad for decades, saying the film undermines national security, highlighting the wealthy city-state's uneasiness over public debate on politics. Singapore has...
  • The new, tiresome culture of outrage

    There's a scene in "A Piece of Work," the 2010 documentary about comedian Joan Rivers, who died last week, in which she shoots down a heckler while performing in a casino in northern Wisconsin. In so doing, she effectively explains the purpose of humor in...
  • Tech companies rally against Web fast lanes

    Tech companies rally against Web fast lanes
    The Internet wasn't slowing down, but a special version of that dreaded "spinning wheel of death" popped up on numerous online sites Wednesday as pages were being loaded. The loading symbol on Netflix, Reddit, Kickstarter, Etsy and dozens of other sites...
  • Rejected professor Salaita wants U. of I. job or else he'll sue

    Rejected professor Salaita wants U. of I. job or else he'll sue
    CHAMPAIGN — Professor Steven Salaita, whose job offer was rescinded by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign because of his controversial social media comments about Israel, called on the school Tuesday to give him his position back....
  • READER SUBMITTED: Innovation And Impact Of Manufacturing Companies

    Connecticut Public Broadcasting Network (CPBN) announced the premiere of its CPTV Original documentary exploring modern manufacturing and the role of innovation in companies located and thriving right here in Connecticut. Made in Connecticut premieres...