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Freedom of the Press

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  • Test Kitchen recipe: Greek Pasta Salad

    An outdoor cookout or potluck is not complete without some sort of a pasta salad. It's the go-to salad that goes a long way. And it's the type of salad where just about anything goes. Use leftover chopped vegetables, lean cooked and cubed meats and...
  • US cleric popular with militants faces travel, social media restrictions

    DETROIT A federal judge has cracked down on the travel and computer activities of a Dearborn, Mich., cleric popular worldwide with the extremist militant group that announced last week the formation of an Islamic state in Iraq and Syria. U.S. District...
  • Ford, GM sales up in China

    DETROIT Ford and General Motors reported stronger sales in China during the first half of 2014. Ford's China sales rose 35 percent to 549,256 vehicles this year through June, as the automaker dramatically increases its presence in the world's largest...
  • Stanley Cup History

    Statistics Original Bowl: silver, 7.28 inches high, 11.42 inches in diameter Current Version: silver and nickel alloy, 35 1/4 inches high, 24 1/2 pounds. The bowl itself is 7 1/2 inches in height. The basse is 17 1/4 inches in diameter. Enraving First...
  • Sanchez falls apart in the 5th; Rays beat Tigers, 7-2

    DETROIT The most impressive inning of pitching at Comerica Park last season might have been turned in by Tampa Bay rookie left-hander Alex Torres. Appearing on the scene with the bases loaded and none out, he got Torii Hunter to ground into a forceout...
  • Senate leaders trade verbal jabs over access to meetings

    A dispute over giving a floor pass to a liberal blogger/documentarian to cover the state Senate boiled over Thursday with the Democratic and Republican leaders taking verbal jabs at each other. Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg (D-Sacramento)...
  • ACLU defends liberty

    The American Civil Liberties Union, partnering with other organizations and law firms, works to protect our constitutional rights against government infringement. This year the ACLU of Pennsylvania has successfully led actions defending students'...
  • Rays grind it out for win against Tigers, 6-3

    DETROIT The Tampa Bay Rays supported Alex Cobb with a Ty Cobb-type offense and beat the Tigers, 6-3, Friday night at Comerica Park. A Ty Cobb offense doesn't feature many homers but brims with extra-base hits and runs. Cobb, greatest of all Tigers and...
  • Fourth of July: Three transplants to America, one reason to celebrate

    His name is Mo, and he’s a driver for Lyft, a ride-sharing company. But he did more than deliver me safely to my destination. He reminded me of why we celebrate the Fourth of July. Mo picked me up in his car at the Embarcadero in San Francisco...
  • Supreme Court conservatives are playing a long game

    Supreme Court conservatives are playing a long game
    The Supreme Court led by Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. showed again this year that it is playing a long game, writing opinions that move the law in small but steady steps in a conservative direction. At first glance, many of its decisions appear...
  • Turkey's Erdogan asks Parliament to approve talks with Kurds

    ISTANBUL Turkey's powerful prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, launched parliamentary debate this week on a new law that would open formal negotiations with the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party to end a 30-year armed rebellion. He tied the move to...