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On Monday, Ayad Akhtar, author of the terrific play "Disgraced," which began life at the American Theater Company in Chicago, won the Pulitzer Prize in drama. He beat out writer Amy Herzog, who was a finalist. Others regarded as likely candidates for...
My roommate Pat and I recently, for some reason, watched the final season of “The West Wing” together on Netflix, which produced a number of arguments, speculations, and asides that I have compiled in an e-mail exchange for the inaugural...
WASHINGTON -- The morning after the Boston Marathon bombings, Ben Cardin, the first speaker on the Senate floor after leaders opened the day's session, marked the national crisis with some heartfelt thoughts on … school libraries. "Across the...
WASHINGTON — It sounds like a bad joke from an old comedy routine. Question: How do you take on Hillary Rodham Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination? Answer: Very carefully. Clinton is almost universally popular among Democrats as...
Tags: James Carville, Elections, Barack Obama, John Edwards, Polls
In 2004, when he learned of his son Alexander's death in Iraq, Carlos Arredondo was so distraught he torched a Marine van and set himself on fire outside his Hollywood home. The Marines saved him. On Monday, standing near the Boston Marathon finish line...
SHERMAN, Texas — Sgt. John Russell designed his new house here so there would be room for everyone: for him and his wife, Mandy, his wife's parents and his own. There was a doggie door for Louie and Queenie — "the little ones," he called...
Sun Sentinel ColumnistRemember Carlos Arredondo, who set himself (and a Marine van) on fire outside his Hollywood home after learning of his son's death in the Iraq War in 2004? He was a hero at the Boston Marathon bombing on Monday. Images taken from the horrific scene show...
Staff WriterOperation Iraqi Freedom veteran Steve Valenzuela has noticed people are becoming oblivious about the ongoing service troops provide. Valenzuela said conflicts in the Middle East may be winding down but notes it’s still important to show support to...
Tags: Music, Spaghetti, Entertainment, American Legion
How much egg can one face take? I really never thought I would say these words, but poor Mark Zuckerberg. Facebook’s public launch was a disaster, and just when he’s trying to develop some real political muscle, someone leaked his plan...
"President Obama plans to give up 5 percent of his salary this year to draw attention to the financial sacrifice of more than 1 million federal employees who will be furloughed." -- The Washington Post, April 4 "Here's the plan. We get the warhead and...
Tags: John Boehner, Elections, Mitt Romney, Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi
Former Marshall County resident Lucas Lentsch will take over the top state ag job this month as the leader of the South Dakota Department of Agriculture. Lentsch spoke about his life growing up on a dairy farm, his goals, priorities and what he...
F or a sizable chunk of the population, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan may not register as much now as they once did, if they did at all. Despite the sheer length of both campaigns, they remained something all too distant and unobtrusive compared to the...
Apr 19, 2013 |Story| Chicago Tribune
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Apr 17, 2013 |Column| Orlando Sentinel
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Apr 16, 2013 |Column| South Florida Sun-Sentinel
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Apr 15, 2013 |Story| Imperial Valley Press Online
Apr 11, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Apr 8, 2013 |Column| Orlando Sentinel
Apr 6, 2013 |Story| Aberdeen News
Apr 7, 2013 |Story| Imperial Valley Press Online
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