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  • Taylor Swift's bad investment

    Taylor Swift's bad investment
    Pop star Taylor Swift has donated $50,000 to the New York City public school system. Swift, who was named the world's sixth most powerful celebrity by Forbes magazine, has commendably performed numerous acts of charity since moving into her $20 million...
  • Ex-Cabinet official Donna Shalala to lead Clinton Foundation

    Former Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala has been tapped to run the Clinton Foundation as Hillary Rodham Clinton prepares for her expected 2016 presidential campaign and the philanthropy faces scrutiny of its fundraising practices. Former...
  • Texas black GOP congressman relishes being political outlier

    Texas Rep. Will Hurd's Urdu is better than his Spanish, even though the latter is the preferred language of many constituents in his sprawling, two-thirds Hispanic district. The 37-year-old worked for the CIA for almost a decade, much of it undercover in...
  • Film depicts James Baker as the indispensable political adviser

    WASHINGTON James A. Baker III was the quintessential loyal confidant who deferred publicly to the presidents he served. But the Texan's adroit use of power put him at center stage during the tumultuous 1980s and early '90s, from domestic issues to the...
  • Hillary Clinton sidesteps email, foreign money questions

    CORAL GABLES, Fla. Hillary Clinton avoided talking politics Saturday in Coral Gables. She left that to her husband. Speaking to students at the University of Miami, the former secretary of state did not make a single mention of her possible...
  • Dyer responds after N.Y. Times questions Orlando's tech cred

    Dyer responds after N.Y. Times questions Orlando's tech cred
    Do nerds love Orlando? That was the subject of a recent article on Upshot, the New York Times politics and policy blog. The article, written by journalist Josh Barro after he received a PR pitch proclaiming that "nerds love Orlando," compared the City...
  • Jerry Brown's popularity as governor doesn't extend to a presidential race

     Jerry Brown's popularity as governor doesn't extend to a presidential race
    Katherine Martinez is a Democrat from San Andreas, fiercely supportive of her state's — and party's — governor. "I have definitely followed him and definitely voted for him," she said of Jerry Brown, and she has pushed back on anyone who had...
  • Chappaqua embroiled in a wily debate over coyotes

    Chappaqua embroiled in a wily debate over coyotes
    This well-heeled hamlet north of New York City is embroiled in an increasingly nasty debate that seems oddly out of place amid the stately homes and tony boutiques: What should be done about coyotes? Self-styled coyote spotters in and around Chappaqua...
  • Doctor decries how we approach the end of life

    It may be the fact that Atul Gawande is a doctor a Harvard doctor, yet that draws readers to his books on our flawed medical system. But he wouldn't make the best-seller lists if he wrote or thought like most doctors. This is a guy with one of those...
  • Speak Out, Feb. 27: Reader says restaurants make cooking shows unnecessary

    Editor's Note: Speak Out is a reader-generated column of opinions. If you see something you disagree with or think is incorrect, please tell us! Call us at 312-222-2460. Fed up with cooking shows: Television is going overboard with all the cooking...
  • O'Malley points to financial regulation as a campaign issue

    Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley, who is considering entering the Democratic presidential race, said Saturday that financial regulation needs to be at the forefront of the 2016 campaign and suggested big banks need to be broken up if they might harm...