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Calling someone a "perfect homicide victim" sounds terribly callous. But it explains the political/media liturgy that we all know so well. By a perfect victim, I mean one who is innocent, photogenic and never arrested, with a bright future. The...
Tags: NATO Summit, Peanuts, Hadiya Pendleton, South Chicago, Murder
Dear Answer Angel: I've been seeing a lot more of my pet peeve: women dressing like their daughters. I think it's creepy for the moms to wear outfits that you might expect to see on their teen — or even preteen — daughters. Do you have any...
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A state judge who this week blocked a large soda ban in New York City said the ban was “arbitrary and capricious.” We concur. We might add it was also ridiculous, intrusive and nanny-state-ish. The ban on selling sweetened sodas over 16...
Healthy recipes put on Pinterest in push by First Lady, USDA, national magazines (a new place to figure out what’s for dinner?)Moms At Work - Orlando SentinelThe White House announced this morning that thousands of healthy recipes are now on Pinterest in a partnerhips that is part of First Lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move campaign, an ongoing effort to combat childhood obesity. The recipes were put together...
More than a dozen celebrities and other high-profile people, including FLOTUS and the vice president, have had personal financial information hacked and posted on a public website — and on Tuesday the list was growing. Kim Kardashian, Mel Gibson,...
For the second straight year, the movie business fell for itself. "Argo" — in which a Hollywood producer and makeup artist help engineer the rescue of six Americans from Iran — won the top prize at the 85th Academy Awards, one year after the...
Like that ripe jar of kimchi sitting in the back of your fridge, something fizzy, funky and delicious is bubbling up in the American culinary scene. It's called fermentation. Its adherents are called fermentos. And its unofficial guru is a lanky...
Students at Howard High School emerge from cafeteria lines with plates as green as well-manicured lawns. They reach for steamed broccoli and fresh lettuce as quickly as they do macaroni and cheese and popcorn chicken. And they say they their healthful...
Tags: Hamburgers, Nutrition, Salt, Students, Lifestyle and Leisure
For RedEyeLearning how to sit like a lady or how to apply maquillage for daytime versus evening looks are just a few of the things "Mama Gloria" Allen, a 67-year-old-retired nurse, teaches her young, transgender pupils at Charm School, the popular etiquette class...
WASHINGTON -- Rodney Francis is insufficiently ambitious. The pastor of the Washington Tabernacle Baptist Church in St. Louis has entered the fray over guns, violence and humanity's fallen nature with a plan for a "buyback" of children's toy guns. And toy...
Even Thomas Schaller would agree that statistics don't lie ("The myth of 'liberal media bias,'" March 6). Liberals make up only 20 percent of the electorate, yet they dominate the media. One only has to watch Judy Woodruff hyperventilate when speaking...
What do Steve Zahn, the actor who played Elliott in 1982's "E.T.," the telepathic police officer from NBC's "Heroes" and Lieutenant Eli Roosevelt from FX's "Sons of Anarchy" all have in common? They're all scheduled to film TV pilots for ABC in the...
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