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  • Buck Showalter pulls All-Star prank on Darren O'Day

    Buck Showalter pulls All-Star prank on Darren O'Day
      I wonder if Darren O'Day's heart has started back up yet. Because when the Orioles' reliever was pranked recently by manager Buck Showalter for a Major League Baseball Fan Cave video, you wondered if the poor guy was going to need a defibrillator...
  • GOP has many lines of attack against Obamacare

    GOP has many lines of attack against Obamacare
    "In my first term, we passed health care reform," President Barack Obama joked this spring. "In my second term, I guess I'll pass it again." Thanks to the Supreme Court, President Obama can take that item off his agenda. But Chief JusticeJohn G....
  • Romney's taxing sophistry

    Romney's taxing sophistry
    Remember in March, when former senator Rick Santorum got a lot of grief for saying that Mitt Romney was the "worst Republican" in the country to challenge President Barack Obama on health care reform? Well, turns out he was right. That was evident...
  • Remember when Republicans supported the individual mandate?

    I read with interest columnist Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s commentary regarding the recent Supreme Court decision on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act ("Constitutional — but contemptible," July 9). I am still confused — indeed...
  • Disney Interactive expected to begin layoffs

    Disney Interactive expected to begin layoffs
    Disney Interactive, the struggling video game and digital media subsidiary of the Walt Disney Co., is expected to begin a round of layoffs, according to a source with knowledge of the matter. The cuts could come as soon as this week. Disney...
  • Attack on California electric grid raises alarm

    Attack on California electric grid raises alarm
    Shooters armed with assault rifles and some knowledge of electrical utilities have prompted new worries on the vulnerability of California's vast power grid. A 2013 attack on an electric substation near San Jose that nearly knocked out Silicon Valley'...
  • Maxine Kumin dies at 88; Pulitzer Prize-winning poet

    Decades before she won the Pulitzer Prize for poetry, Maxine Kumin was a student at Radcliffe College who had summoned the courage to show a handful of her poems to an instructor. His comment couldn't have been more withering. "Say it with flowers,"...
  • 1 in 6 men in prime working years jobless

    1 in 6 men in prime working years jobless
    The Wall Street Journal is reporting: More than one in six men in thier prime working years of ages 25 to 54, a total of 10.4 million, don't have jobs. The trend has been building for decades, according to government data. In the early 1970s, just 6...
  • Free the Keystone XL pipeline, Mr. President

    Welcome to the "year of action." In last week's State of the Union address, the president vowed to do whatever he has to to help the economy, even if that means working around Congress: "What I offer tonight is a set of concrete, practical proposals to...
  • The not-so-Super Bowl: One man's boycott

     The not-so-Super Bowl: One man's boycott
    The Shah of Persia refused to be taken to the Derby Day, saying "It is already known to me that one horse can run faster than another." — William James, "The Principles of Psychology, Volume 2" I'm with the shah on this one. I feel the same...
  • Want an America that works? Innovate, don't regulate.

    Want an America that works? Innovate, don't regulate.
    Down with stakeholders. The American Academy of Pediatrics has come out against affordable healthcare for kids. Retail medical clinics — at drugstores, Wal-Marts, etc. — are cropping up across the nation, thanks in part to the expected...
  • LinkedIn makes major play for China

    LinkedIn makes major play for China
    SAN FRANCISCO -- LinkedIn is launching a Chinese language website to expand its presence in China, which boasts the world's largest Internet population. The Mountain View, Calif., company is hoping the website, which uses simplified Chinese characters,...