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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Dale Sveum recently was accidentally shot in the right ear during a quail hunting trip with pal Robin Yount. “He got the bird,” Sveum said. Sveum said Yount was about 50 yards ahead of him on a hill, and Yount lost...
Tags: Robin Yount, Jeff Samardzija, Ian Stewart, Jed Hoyer , Mark Reynolds
Los Angeles Times Book CriticIn a ceremony Wednesday afternoon at Hadassah House in Manhattan, Edith Pearlman will receive the 2012 Harold U. Ribalow Prize. The award, given annually by Hadassah magazine, honors an outstanding book of Jewish fiction. Previous winners include Nathan...
Tags: Judaism, Religion and Belief
Both of Pennsylvania's U.S. senators, it was reported last week, "have issues" with former Sen. Chuck Hagel, nominated to be our next secretary of defense. The junior senator, Republican Pat Toomey, is from the Lehigh Valley and the senior senator,...
Wikipedia is the encyclopedia anyone can write and edit (yes, even you!), but most people don't think much about who performs those tasks. With half a billion people around the world relying on Wikipedia for information, we should. More than 1.5 million...
OK, I want to admit right up front: I stole that headline. No, it's not original with me. I stole it from the pro-Israel, pro-peace organization J Street. I stole it because it's funny. And because it perfectly sums up the phony, trumped-up campaign...
The critical acclaim for the new Kathryn Bigelow movie "Zero Dark Thirty" has renewed the debate on the efficacy of torture. The movie dramatizes the decade-long effort to find and eventually kill Osama bin Laden. In a riveting opening section, the film...
When the Osama bin Laden-raid film “Zero Dark Thirty” was coming together last year, right-wing commentators scoffed; after all, any film about President Obama’s hallmark overseas success timed for a pre-election release had to have...
Tags: Elections, Barack Obama, Kathryn Bigelow, Peter King, Pakistan
It was disappointing to read Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s column criticizing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for not appearing before Congress to testify about the death of our ambassador to Libya ("For Republicans, a not so happy New Year," Jan. 6)....
Jeff Millar, the wordsmith behind the long-running comic strip "Tank McNamara," which evolved into a biting satire of the sports world, died Nov. 30. He was 70. The Texas native, who also was a longtime film critic and columnist for the Houston...
Talk about your undecided voters. The new Will Ferrell/Zach Galifianakis vehicle "The Campaign" can't make up its mind about dumb vs. smart; crass vs. crass with a conscience; or cheap caricature vs. satire stoked by a sincere call to action. Comedies...
The Baltimore SunIt was fairly obvious by about 10:15 p.m. Tuesday that most cable and network analysts thought President Obama was going to be re-elected. But they didn't have the data to make the call until 11:17. When that happened at NBC News and CNN, viewers were...
Tags: Barack Obama, Elections, Feist, Mitt Romney, White House
On Memorial Day, we will again honor Americans who died in service to their country. Many of these men and women were, of course, gay, serving under that shameful compromise known as "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," and in deeper secrecy before that. With...
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