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  • Former CIA officer convicted of leaking secrets to reporter James Risen

    Former CIA officer convicted of leaking secrets to reporter James Risen
    A federal jury Monday convicted former CIA officer Jeffrey Sterling for revealing to reporter James Risen highly classified details of a U.S. operation designed to sabotage Iran’s nuclear program. Sterling, 47, of Missouri was convicted of six...
  • The older the better; let's hear it for California's geriatric pols!

    The older the better; let's hear it for California's geriatric pols!
    Did I detect a bit of snark about Sen. Barbara Boxer’s retirement, after reporters noted that California’s top trio of politicians – our two long-serving U.S. senators and our four-term governor –are all well past 70 years old?...
  • Former Mexican president to speak at Judson U. forum in March

    Former Mexican president to speak at Judson U. forum in March
    Former Mexican President Felipe Calderon will be the keynote speaker at the fifth annual World Leaders Forum at Judson University in Elgin this spring, university officials announced Sunday. On March 12, Calderon will talk about the changing global...
  • Conflicting polls could portend dicey decisions for College Football Playoff committee

     Conflicting polls could portend dicey decisions for College Football Playoff committee
    Condoleezza Rice knows consensus-building. Tom Osborne and Pat Haden know championship-caliber teams. Mike Tranghese knows selection-committee procedures and metrics. In short, the College Football Playoff has assembled a stellar cast to determine the...
  • Tribune Hall of Fame ballots

    Tribune Hall of Fame ballots
    I watched Randy Johnson pitch for the first time in a college game in 1983, and his ascent from awkward freshman to Hall of Famer marks as one of the greatest transformations I've witnessed. The fact he won 24 games and pitched 260 innings at 38 in 2002...
  • Baltimore predictions that will totally (OK, maybe) happen in 2015

    Ah, the new year — better known as the time when all those cliche stories appear in print and online. You know: New Year's resolutions, making sure the 2015 you isn't as depressing as the 2014 you ... the AWESOME things you MUST experience in the...
  • Fred Kaplan: George W. Bush knew

    Fred Kaplan: George W. Bush knew
    Of all the shocks and revelations in the Senate Intelligence Committee's report on CIA torture, one seems very strange and unlikely: that the agency misinformed the White House and didn't even brief President George W. Bush about its controversial program...
  • Royal and Ancient Golf Club votes to accept women

    Royal and Ancient Golf Club votes to accept women
    While Scottish voters went to the polls Thursday to decide their independence from Great Britain, another historic vote was taking place. After 260 years, the Royal and Ancient Golf Club overwhelmingly voted Thursday to allow women for the first time....
  • FSU drops to No. 4 in latest College Football Playoff rankings

    FSU drops to No. 4 in latest College Football Playoff rankings
    FSU dropped No. 4 in the latest College Football Playoff rankings, with selection committee members making it clear that perfection isn’t always good enough. Florida State (12-0) fell from No. 3 to No. 4 in this week’s rankings despite the...
  • FSU joins Alabama, Oregon and Ohio State in College Football Playoff Final Four

    It turns out FSU was good enough to make the College Football Playoff. After six weeks of constantly defending its body of work to the members of the selection committee, Florida State (13-0) was one of four teams to qualify for four-team playoff. The...
  • Big 12 Is Out In The Cold, So UConn Officials Should Strike While Iron Is Hot

    Big 12 Is Out In The Cold, So UConn Officials Should Strike While Iron Is Hot
    If the grand pooh-bahs of college football had any sense of humor, they would have commissioned a 12-member committee including Condoleezza Rice — oh, wait, she's already taken — to select a four-team national playoff to determine the worst...