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  • Finding ways to make every day Earth Day

    Finding ways to make every day Earth Day
    I wash 1-quart plastic bags to reuse them. And every time, I wonder if I'm doing the right thing. Am I saving plastic? Wasting water? Just being cheap? Such questions can take up a lot of brain space these days and create anxiety in surplus as we...
  • Mayor decries weekend violence: 'It's whether you have values'

    Mayor decries weekend violence: 'It's whether you have values'
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel today decried the weekend violence that left at least nine people dead and at least 36 wounded in Chicago, calling for adults around the city to instill the right values in their children and to stand up for the safety of their...
  • Modern methods

    With Bob Jones Both vulnerable. North deals. NORTH S-7 4 3 H-6 5 3 D-K Q 2 C-A K Q 7 WEST EAST S-10 S-9 8 6 2 H-A K 9 4 2 H-Q J 10 7 D-9 6 5 3 D-J 8 4 C-9 4 2 C-J 10 SOUTH S-A K Q J 5 H-8 D-A 10 7 C-8 6 5 3 The bidding: NORTH EAST...
  • The return of Inspector Maigret

    In an ambitious act of reinvention, Penguin has announced that it will reissue, in new translations, all 75 of Georges Simenon’s Inspector Maigret mysteries -- some of the bleakest, and best, works ever produced in the genre. The first two are out...
  • 'Duck Dynasty' Scramble Leaves A&E With Egg On Its Face

    A&E put itself between a "Duck" and a hard place. And having backtracked from its temporary lack of quack, let the public-relations scrambling begin. The network might have acted precipitously in suspending Phil Robertson for his inflammatory remarks...
  • ‘Divergent’: Ansel Elgort talks Caleb, ‘The Fault in Our Stars’

     
    “Divergent” is expected to be a blockbuster when it opens in theaters Friday, but for fans of the bestselling young […]...
  • In Theory: When one's compass starts to turn

    Earlier this month, the publication Scientific American reported that a series of studies at both Harvard University and the University of Utah showed that people are more likely to make ethical decisions in the morning than they are as the day wears on....
  • Your tax money: Hampton Roads local governments gear up for budget season

    At some point over the next six to eight weeks, a bunch of people you may — or may not — remember voting into office are going to sit down with some phone-book-sized documents and consider whether to make your monthly house payment or annual...
  • Towson's Telvion Clark making most of second chance

    Towson's Telvion Clark making most of second chance
    Getting kicked off the Virginia Tech football team could have ended Telvion Clark's career. Instead, he turned it into an opportunity to find success at Towson. After playing a limited role during his freshman and sophomore years, Clark was poised to...
  • Senate panel hires attorney to advise on Calderon probe

    Senate panel hires attorney to advise on Calderon probe
    SACRAMENTO -- The California Senate’s ethics committee has hired an outside attorney to advise it on a possible investigation into allegations of corruption contained in an FBI affidavit targeting Sen. Ronald S. Calderon (D-Montebello), officials...
  • In Theory: When religion comes into conflict with work

    British department store Marks & Spencer has apologized after a Muslim sales assistant refused to sell a customer a bottle of alcohol. The customer, who hasn't been named, said, “I had one bottle of champagne, and the lady, who was wearing a...