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  • What to look for in Monday's televised debate

    What to look for in Monday's televised debate
    The second televised debate in the race for governor is Monday. Democrat Anthony G. Brown and Republican Larry Hogan have given a number of clues about what to expect. Here are five things to keep in mind while watching: How many times does Hogan...
  • Dan K. Thomasson: Average salaries show there's still a substantial gap in pay between sexes

    WASHINGTON With the prospect that one of their sex will occupy the Oval Office for the first time in history, women are bound to feel optimistic about achieving an equality with men they continue to be denied in the nation's commerce. But should they?...
  • IndieCade pushes gaming industry buttons by promoting alternatives

     
    THE PLAYER Gaming culture today stands at a crossroads. Games are regularly being studied and critiqued as the cultural force […]...
  • How are church groups handling same-sex marriage?

    How are church groups handling same-sex marriage?
    NEWPORT NEWS — Now that same-sex marriage is legal in Virginia — stemming from the U.S. Supreme Court's decision last week not to take up the matter — questions arise for gay and lesbian couples considering tying the knot. Can we get...
  • Film Review: 'You're Not You'

    Playing a fortysomething patrician woman afflicted with ALS, Hilary Swank gives a sensitive, nuanced illustration of the disease's horrible physical toll in George C. Wolfe's "You're Not You." Unfortunately, the film calls on her to play a disease more...
  • Milwaukee woman broke ground on gay marriage � in 1971

    Donna Burkett made national news when she and the woman she loved applied for a marriage license in Milwaukee. Their trip to the courthouse was not this week, when the U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way for same-sex marriage in Wisconsin and four other...
  • Three candidates vying for Florida House District 100

    Three candidates vying for Florida House District 100
    The race for the Florida House District 100 seat has drawn two attorneys and a political rookie: Democrat Joe Geller, a lawyer from Aventura; Republican Martin Feigenbaum, an attorney from Surfside; and Libertarian Omar Recuero from Hollywood. The victor...
  • Museum gets beneath the history of women's undergarments

    Museum gets beneath the history of women's undergarments
    The McKinley Museum's underwear is showing. You might think a presidential library and museum would be a pretty staid place, but it's letting its hair down with "Mentioning the Unmentionables," an exhibit that explores the evolution of women's...
  • Clinton, Christie rally Pennsylvania for Wolf and Corbett

    PHILADELPHIA Tom Wolf, the Democratic candidate for governor of Pennsylvania, was still speaking Thursday evening when the politician who only needs one name (like a Brazilian soccer star) stepped from behind a curtain, early. Hillary! The crowd at the...
  • Switzer, Barker Discuss Their Roles As Running Pioneers

    HARTFORD – Kathrine Switzer and Molly Barker sat at the same table Thursday night in the corner of the room at the Hartford Hilton, feeding off each other's energy. The two women have a lot of it. Switzer, who ran the Boston Marathon in 1967...
  • L.A. County reaching out to save children from prostitution

    L.A. County reaching out to save children from prostitution
    The teenage girl slouched in her baggy orange detention uniform for yet another court hearing in her prostitution case. From the bench, Commissioner Catherine Pratt called out a sunny "hello," trying to create a human bond for a girl who has few of...