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  • Op-Ed, explained

    TO SOME READERS, the Op-Ed page is a bit mysterious. I'll be at a cocktail party, or in the bleachers at a Little League game, and the guy next to me will begin asking questions about just what it is we're trying to do, and how we get it done. Who are...
  • Washington Post, CNN websites disrupted by hacker group

    A hacker group briefly took control of portions of the Washington Post, Time and CNN websites on Thursday after breaking into an article recommendation service used by the news outlets. The Syrian Electronic Army took credit for the breach, with one...
  • U.N. warns U.S. against illegal spying on diplomats

    U.N. warns U.S. against illegal spying on diplomats
    United Nations officials on Monday reacted to the latest leaks about U.S. National Security Agency spying with a reminder to the Obama administration of its legal obligation to respect the “inviolability” of diplomatic missions on U.S. soil....
  • Oklahoma State football players were paid, Sports Illustrated reports

    Oklahoma State football players were paid, Sports Illustrated reports
    Boosters and assistant coaches at Oklahoma State handed out tens of thousands of dollars to players for at least a decade as the football program grew into a national power under coaches Les Miles and then Mike Gundy, according to a Sports Illustrated...
  • Minnesota coach deserves a chance to do his job

    Minnesota coach deserves a chance to do his job
    It never ceases to amaze how sports can become a morality play, and take so many wrong and disgusting turns along the way. Take the case of the football coach of the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers, Jerry Kill. Kill has epilepsy. He has had...
  • Kate Upton suits up for Sports Illustrated cover

    Kate Upton suits up for Sports Illustrated cover
    Kate Upton is on the cover of this week's Sports Illustrated. But for the first time, she's not in a tiny swimsuit. Instead she's wearing a baseball uniform, posed between Atlanta Braves' brothers B.J. and Justin Upton (to whom she is not related). [The...
  • Kate Upton lands Sports Illustrated weekly cover, goes to Paris

    Kate Upton lands Sports Illustrated weekly cover, goes to Paris
    Kate Upton has landed on the cover of Sports Illustrated again, but this time she's not wearing a swimsuit -- she's wearing a baseball jersey. Well, what did you think she was wearing? The 21-year-old supermodel joins baseball brothers B.J. and Justin...
  • Frederik Pohl dies at 93; science fiction writer, editor and agent

    Frederik Pohl dies at 93; science fiction writer, editor and agent
    Author Frederik Pohl, who over decades gained a reputation of being a literate and sophisticated writer of science fiction, has died. He was 93. Pohl died Monday at a hospital after experiencing respiratory problems at his home in the Chicago suburb...
  • PASSINGS: Judith Glassman Daniels

    PASSINGS: Judith Glassman Daniels
    Judith Glassman Daniels Pioneering editor who oversaw creation of Savvy magazine Judith Glassman Daniels, 74, a pioneering editor who oversaw creation of a magazine for executive women called Savvy at a time when magazines catered to stay-at-home...
  • Washington standoff: 'Maybe the dog will talk'

    Washington standoff: 'Maybe the dog will talk'
    President Obama's nod to the idea of a short-term increase in the debt limit has people talking about whether offering Republicans this option is smart or dumb. Smart: It relieves the pressure of near-term brinkmanship. Dumb: It just means there...
  • Rolling Stone nails it with its Dzhokhar Tsarnaev cover

    Rolling Stone nails it with its Dzhokhar Tsarnaev cover
    Apparently, things are worse than we thought: We have run out of rock ’n’ roll musicians. How else to explain the latest cover of Rolling Stone, which features not the Rolling Stones -- or even Captain Hook -- but accused Boston Marathon...