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  • Sarah Palin and her onetime fans on the right: It's so over

    Sarah Palin and her onetime fans on the right: It's so over
    They're over her. Sarah Palin's odd, rambling speech last weekend before an audience of committed conservative activists in Des Moines, Iowa, has many influential voices on the right saying that the time has come to acknowledge that the romance has gone...
  • Bill Maher: Political correctness worse than ever

    Bill Maher: Political correctness worse than ever
    Comedian Bill Maher bemoans political correctness but sees a bounty of jokes inspired by politicians. Will Democrat Hillary Clinton run for president? “I have no doubt — unless she’s been faking it for 67 years,” says Maher,...
  • Lindsay Lohan, mother file defamation suit against Fox News

    Lindsay Lohan, mother file defamation suit against Fox News
    Actress Lindsay Lohan and her mother have filed a lawsuit accusing Fox News Network, TV host Sean Hannity and guest commentator Michelle Fields of defamation for claiming the actress and her mother did cocaine together. According to court papers filed...
  • Albert R. Hunt: Voters divided over issues large and small

    Raising the capital gains tax rate or building the Keystone XL pipeline aren't insignificant issues. But they pale compared with the 1960s fights over racial justice, the Vietnam War or whether the federal government should create and manage a national...
  • Obama's $4-trillion budget champions liberal priorities

    Obama's $4-trillion budget champions liberal priorities
    President Obama released a $4-trillion budget Monday with liberal priorities that have little chance of passage but will serve as an initial foray in negotiations with the new Republican Congress and help define the Democratic Party in the run-up to the...
  • Feminists in a digital age pay a steep psychological price

    Feminists in a digital age pay a steep psychological price
    Jessica Valenti is one of the most successful and visible feminists of her generation. As a columnist for the Guardian, her face regularly appears on the site's front page. She has written five books, one of which was adapted into a documentary, since...
  • Observations of Super Bowl telecast — minus commercials

     Observations of Super Bowl telecast — minus commercials
    Observations of the stuff that aired in between commercials Sunday: * The big number for NBC is 111.5 million: The number of viewers who watched last year's Super Bowl, the largest TV audience of all time. So the network wasn't upset that a huge...
  • Jon Stewart and Mike Huckabee clash over Beyonce, Bubbas and Bubbleville

    Jon Stewart and Mike Huckabee clash over Beyonce, Bubbas and Bubbleville
    Mike Huckabee made his ninth appearance on "The Daily Show" on Monday night, and much like his other appearances, he and host Jon Stewart had a lively disagreement of ideas. Much like frequent guest Bill O'Reilly, it seems like Stewart and Huckabee...
  • What was Pence thinking? He could get away with it

    Trust. This slippery five-letter word is the foundation of the newspaper industry, as well as for all media outlets. You either trust your news source or you don't. Period. It doesn't matter if it's Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, the Chicago Tribune or Post-...
  • Super Bowl XLIX: Obama, in pregame interview, declines to pick winner

    Super Bowl XLIX: Obama, in pregame interview, declines to pick winner
    President Obama touted lower gas prices and economic growth during a brief television interview before Sunday's Super Bowl, but refused to predict who would win the big game between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks. "Since my Bears are...
  • 'SNL': The long and Martin Short of it

    'SNL': The long and Martin Short of it
    The “Saturday Night Live” 40th anniversary special violated a central show-business tenet -- always leave them wanting more -- and got away with it. The three-and-a-half hour telecast tried to do too much, but nostalgia was a powerful...