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  • Harrison Ford 'banged up' but recovering from plane crash
    Harrison Ford 'banged up' but recovering from plane crash

    Actor Harrison Ford is recovering this morning at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center a day after crash-landing his World War II-era airplane onto a Los Angeles-area golf course.

  • 'Scandal' recap, 'The Lawn Chair'
    'Scandal' recap, 'The Lawn Chair'

    Back from her kidnapping, Olivia is having a difficult time dealing with her emotions, so she lies to Jake about her whereabouts (giving Scott Foley a 10-second on-screen appearance) and throws herself into work. Which is what a lot of people do, when dealing with their personal lives seems...

  • 'Unfinished Business' is indeed unfinished
    'Unfinished Business' is indeed unfinished

    The piece of business that's most unfinished in the desperate comedy "Unfinished Business" is the wan hodgepodge of a script by Steve Conrad, a talented screenwriter ("The Promotion," "The Pursuit of Happyness") who should've known better. It's remarkable to think star Vince Vaughn, helmer...

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  • Ferguson, Mo., is not an exception
    Ferguson, Mo., is not an exception

    By now, it should come as news to no one that Ferguson, Mo., has a lousy excuse for a police department.

  • Allow children sentenced to life a second chance
    Allow children sentenced to life a second chance

    I am a successful Baltimore businessman and nonprofit leader, but when I was 17, I made the worst mistake of my life. I overreacted during an argument and took a man's life. I was convicted and sentenced to life in prison in Maryland.

  • The Sikh's public relations problem
    The Sikh's public relations problem

    In 2013 the popular retailer GAP featured a turbaned Sikh actor in a major advertising campaign. Sikh-Americans were thrilled. When the company responded to the vandalism of the ad in New York by using the original photo as the background of its Twitter page, Sikhs' spirits were buoyed even...

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