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  • Who's winning the battle of the bugs?

    The Hubby complains that I'm waging an unwinnable war. Every time I sally forth in armor, he grumbles, "Give it up, already." I can't. I won't. If I don't take a stand against the bugs, who else will? What will happen to our way of life? To my plants? To...
  • Think you're being watched? Maybe you are

    I need to know how to build a bomb. This is not, I hasten to add, for my use or, indeed, for the use of any real person. Rather, it is for Clarence and Dwayne, two hapless wannabe terrorists in a novel I'm writing. In researching a novel, you often find...
  • 10 trends that affect the way we work

    As we wind down the year, I've identified major workplace trends affecting the way we work. From an individual perspective, understanding these trends will give you an advantage. From an employer perspective, it will help make more informed business...
  • Life, death and small government

    Marlise Munoz was 33 when she died. She was at home when she collapsed from an apparent blood clot in her lungs. It was an hour or more before her husband, Erick, found her. He says doctors pronounced her brain dead, though John Peter Smith Hospital in...
  • A little praise for the dull and competent

    Let us now praise competence. The praise is overdue. Competence is like the dull, but reliable husband a woman spurns for some sexy stranger with a flashy car. Then she finds out her new fellow has the manners of a pig, the depth of a wading pool and...
  • Variety to Beef Up Review Ranks Led by Trio of Chief Film Critics

    Variety has promoted Justin Chang to chief film critic and Peter Debruge to chief international film critic, both sharing the top mantle with Scott Foundas, establishing a dynamic trio of reviewers in the world's three movie meccas: Los Angeles, New...
  • Venezuela frees Miami journalist

    BOGOTA, Colombia --  A Miami Herald reporter detained Thursday by authorities in western Venezuela on suspicion of working in the country without permission has been released and is expected to return to the United States on Sunday. Jim Wyss, the...
  • For adults, there's no room for childish behavior

    Boys will be boys. Strip away the extraneous verbiage and that is what much of the defense of Richie Incognito boils down to. Incognito, a Miami Dolphins lineman, was booted from the team a few days ago -- perhaps permanently -- for abusive conduct,...
  • Thanksgiving is for family and friends, not shopping

    I won't. Never will, either, and you have my word printed here in black and white. I don't care how enticing a discount, how wonderful the product. I will not shop on Thanksgiving. Ever. Enough is enough. Leave Turkey Day alone. Keep it free of the...
  • Justin Bieber arrest: Keyshawn Johnson stoked, Biebs waves to fans

    Justin Bieber may have been "crying his eyes out" after appearing in court Thursday in Miami, but his onetime neighbor Keyshawn Johnson was pretty much the opposite. "They finally caught HIM!," the former NFL and USC football star tweeted. "Glad no...
  • If it doesn't work, it doesn't work. Period.

    "But it works." That, in three syllables, has been the go-to argument of the last two presidential administrations to justify assaulting civil liberties in the name of rooting out terrorists. It's a dubious line of reasoning, proceeding as it does...
  • Justin Bieber Arrested in Miami Beach for DUI and Drag Racing

    Singer Justin Bieber has been arrested in Miami Beach, Fla., for drag racing and DUI, according to police. The Miami Beach Police Dept., in a post on its official Twitter account, said Bieber was arrested Thursday morning after he was drag racing....