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17 hospitalized after Texas high-rise fire

December 30, 2014 CASTLE HILLS, Texas (AP) — More than a dozen people remained hospitalized Monday following a fire that killed five residents at a senior-living facility near San Antonio, a city official said. more »»

British patient being treated for Ebola

December 30, 2014 LONDON (AP) — A health care worker who has just returned from Sierra Leone has been diagnosed with Ebola and is being treated in a Glasgow hospital, Scottish authorities said Monday. more »»

Funding lags for sex-trafficking victims

December 30, 2014 As awareness of America’s sex-trafficking industry increases, state after state has enacted new laws to combat i. more »»

Dear GOP: Show, don’t tell

December 29, 2014 Hey, Jeb, Ted, Rand, Marco, Bobby, Chris and the dozen or more others I'm forgetting, here’s something to write on your bathroom mirror in 2015 and beyond: The “P” in POTUS stands for “President,”... more »»

Democrats can’t be Dad

December 29, 2014 Democrats have done very well politically by convincing voters that they are, in a very broad sense, on the side of the little guy. more »»

A Christmas from the heart

December 27, 2014 Out of my three children, two of them have October birthdays. more »»

Cast reflects on challenge of adapting Sondheim

December 27, 2014 NEW YORK (AP) — “Into the Woods, who knows what may be lurking on the journey?” goes a lyric from the beloved 1987 Stephen Sondheim musical. more »»

Court denies Polanski sex case dismissal

December 27, 2014 LOS ANGELES — Roman Polanski lost his latest bid to have a California court dismiss his 1977 sex case when a judge rejected a motion for a new hearing. more »»

Streaming release of 'Interview' test for industry

December 27, 2014 ATLANTA (AP) — Sony’s “The Interview” has been a hacking target, a punchline and a political lightning rod. more »»

The government problem

December 27, 2014 Some believe the central political issue of our era is the size of the government. They’re wrong. The central issue is whom the government is for. more »»

The rape on campus epidemic

December 27, 2014 The total discrediting of Rolling Stone's story on rape at the University of Virginia has shined a light on one of the least palatable features of American life: the so-called epidemic of rape on... more »»

Up-Lyft-ing Xmas Tale

December 27, 2014 On Christmas Eve, if you saw a fat man in a sleigh distributing presents, you could have told him he was in violation of several government regulations. more »»

When does cybercrime become cyberwar

December 27, 2014 No consensus exists between the U.S. more »»

‘The Hobbit’ ends on a high note

December 26, 2014 By JESSE?PICKENS The Daily Mining Gazette “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” is the final chapter in the “Hobbit” trilogy, and though it doesn't bring the trilogy out of “The Lord of the... more »»

Inferno a mockery of judicial process

December 26, 2014 First there’s the spark, then the conflagration, followed by the litigation and then, surely, the movie. Call it “Moonlight Fire,” and prepare to suspend disbelief. more »»

Black progression and retrogression

December 26, 2014 There is no question, though it's not acknowledged enough, that black Americans have made greater gains, over some of the highest hurdles and in a very short span of time, than any other racial grou... more »»

Executing mentally ill is a moral crime

December 24, 2014 So what does “cruel and unusual” mean? I once asked that of a law professor. more »»

Work still needed on health care sign-ups

December 24, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — The second sign-up season under President Barack Obama’s health care law is off to a good start but there is a way to go to make it a success, administration officials said Tuesda. more »»

NYC congressman to plead guilty

December 24, 2014 NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. Rep. more »»

Ex-US Marine held in Iran suspends hunger strike

December 24, 2014 DETROIT — The family of an ex-U.S. Marine imprisoned in Iran says he’s temporarily suspending a hunger strike after authorities agreed to re-examine his case. more »»



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