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  • 'I, Frankenstein' Takes 'Frozen's' Top Spot on Home Video Sales Charts

    It had to end sometime. "Frozen's" streak atop the home video sales charts came to an end the week ended May 18, as Lionsgate's "I, Frankenstein" emerged to top both the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert chart, which tracks combined DVD and Blu-ray Disc...
  • Looking Out: Gay Eagle Scout from Md. petitions Amazon to halt donations to Boy Scouts

    Looking Out: Gay Eagle Scout from Md. petitions Amazon to halt donations to Boy Scouts
    Pascal Tessier, 17, of Maryland, became one of the first out Eagle Scouts in the history of the Boy Scouts of America earlier this year, after the organization lifted its ban on gay scouts. On Wednesday, the Chevy Chase resident challenged the Boy...
  • The great bobwhite question, or: In defense of the American vernacular

    What's happening to all the bobwhite quail Arkansas used to have? It's a question that has stumped many a sportsman, bird-watcher and environmentalist in the Natural State, not to mention a mere newspaper columnist like me. But the other day I was...
  • Thailand's citizens react stoically as military launches coup

    Thailand's military on Thursday carried out the country's 12th coup in 82 years, arresting government and protest leaders in a move the army chief said would end six months of turmoil and deadly protests. Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha, flanked by uniformed...
  • On using 'privilege' as a weapon in the political correctness war

    The good news, contrary to a slew of media reports, is that Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government won’t be mandating that its incoming grad students take a course on “checking your white privilege” as part of their new-...
  • Billy Corgan featured on PAWS cover with his cats

    Billy Corgan featured on PAWS cover with his cats
    Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan appears warm and fuzzy on the cover of this summer’s PAWS Chicago magazine, cradling his black cats and cracking a wide smile, an image that has social media buzzing. The photo shows Corgan, who owns a tea...
  • Vincent Harding dies at 82; historian wrote controversial King speech

    Exactly a year before the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was gunned down in Memphis, he delivered a speech that alienated ordinarily sympathetic politicians, liberal commentators and even some of his fellow leaders in the civil rights movement. In a...
  • Acrobats critically injured during circus performance

    Acrobats critically injured during circus performance
    A scaffolding collapsed during a circus performance in Rhode Island on Sunday, injuring as many as 20 performers, nine of them critically, the Providence Fire Department said. The incident happened around noon during an aerial performance by the...
  • FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai seeks peace with broadcasters

    FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai seeks peace with broadcasters
    Tensions between broadcasters and the Federal Communications Commission have gotten so high that FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai wonders "if it's time to call Dr. Phil and see if he is available to mediate." Broadcasters are upset with some recent FCC moves,...
  • The O. Henry Prize - and anthology - announces 2014 winners

    The O. Henry Prize - and anthology - announces 2014 winners
    The O. Henry Prize announced its 2014 winners Monday. All are short stories that will be included in its upcoming anthology "The O. Henry Prize Stories 2014," to be released in September. The 20 winning stories come from 14 publications from a variety...
  • Article examines Sterling charity ads, but reader questions remain

    Article examines Sterling charity ads, but reader questions remain
    Print readers of the Los Angeles Times are no doubt familiar with Donald Sterling’s advertisements. Long before the furor over the Clippers’ owner’s comments about blacks, which led the NBA to ban him for life, readers would email...