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  • Orioles-Yankees rained out: Machado has sprain

    The Sports Xchange By Todd Karpovich, The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Updates with Machado condition Orioles-Yankees rained out: Machado has sprain BALTIMORE -- After their game against the New York Yankees was postponed because of rain on Tuesday, the...
  • Trying times remind us about luck, need for compassion

    As the horrors of this summer unfold war, disease and refugee children we should reflect on how lucky we are. If you had been born in Central America, the Middle East or West Africa, your life would be quite different. Of course, you don't have to...
  • It may be too early to give up on the bull market in equities

    NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) - Investors fretting about the possibility of a big reversal in global stock markets may just want to borrow a slogan from the British - and just keep calm and carry on. It won't be easy given the background noise. Fears of a...
  • What's the secret of Nixon's unpopularity?

    Most American presidents' reputations improve after they leave office. In the warm light of history, once-derided chief executives seem to gain retroactive stature. The most vivid example is Harry Truman, who left the White House during the Korean War...
  • Five questions for Stephen H. Morgan

    Five questions for Stephen H. Morgan
    It was a summer job that turned into a career. Camp counselor positions in 1970 and 1971 introduced Stephen H. Morgan to working with people who have intellectual and developmental disabilities, and his interest was piqued. He finished college, took a...
  • Chisholm and Ramirez: Treat immigrant children with compassion and fairness

    Violence and death, gang life and abject poverty, or a chance at a better life. This is the stark choice facing tens of thousands of families, individuals and children who have chosen to embark on the perilous trek to our Southwestern border without a...
  • Students should be allowed to choose elective

    In our school, they have recently eliminated the opportunity to choose an elective for senior year. The school is now obligated to make students do four years of gym or Reserve Officers' Training Corps. Many students are upset about this change. For...
  • La Russa to Pirates: 'There ain't no free lunch'

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Pittsburgh Pirates - INSIDE PITCH PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Pirates have been hit by 61 pitches this season and have hit 60 batters. Both totals lead the major leagues and Arizona Diamondbacks chief baseball...
  • Groller's Corner: Local products Laub and Parris ready to be Lehigh leaders this season

    Groller's Corner: Local products Laub and Parris ready to be Lehigh leaders this season
    Was able to catch the second half of Lehigh's first practice on Thursday night on the artificial turf at Ulrich Field and even though the calendar said it was August 7, it felt more like Sept. 7, or maybe even October. There was a chill in the air...
  • Two worlds, with one goal

    MARTUR, India He straddles two worlds separated by 8,000 miles, the sun-baked patch of India he roamed as a boy and the mansion in Town and Country, Mo., mansion he now calls home. In one, the glare of surgical lights ricochets off his enormous glasses...
  • The real border problem and what we must do

    The faces of frightened young children huddling together just inside our border are heartrending. Texas Gov. Rick Perry has the right attitude. Enough talk. Let's act. Merely deploying National Guard units underscores the pressing need for a national...