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  • A Group of New Haven Students Keeps Tabs on Terror Groups Around the Globe

    A Group of New Haven Students Keeps Tabs on Terror Groups Around the Globe
    You've probably never heard of the "Boko Haram." The name "D-Company" isn't likely to ring any bells either. Nor will the "Arauco Malleco Coordinating Group." The first is from Africa; the second from India; and the last from South America. They don't...
  • American Chronicler Gore Vidal Dies at Age 86

    American Chronicler Gore Vidal Dies at Age 86
    LOS ANGELES -- Gore Vidal, the eclectic author who faithfully chronicled the major shifts and upheavals in the United States in books, essays and plays, has died. He was 86. Vidal died at his Los Angeles home Tuesday evening of complications from...
  • Sandy Hook: Let's Remember, Not Forget

    Sandy Hook: Let's Remember, Not Forget
    "You are not alone" was a central theme of this week's memorial services in Newtown. The meaning of the message is twofold: that all the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting are grieved across the nation and world, and that too many...
  • The God Squad: Forgive mass murderers? Two responses

    My request that readers share their opinions about whether or not we should forgive the surviving Boston Marathon bombing suspect generated a flood of articulate and deeply moving responses. Here are just two examples, followed by my response: Why we...
  • Mayo: An unsettling week, with an ugly past

    A terror bombing at the Boston Marathon, an explosion at a Texas fertilizer factory and tainted mail in Washington, D.C. have made for an unsettling week. Throw in anniversaries of some of America's most tragic and traumatic days -- Virginia Tech,...
  • Chan Lowe: The Boston Marathon bombers

    Chan Lowe: The Boston Marathon bombers
    I was really hoping that the perpetrators of the Boston Marathon bombing wouldn’t turn out to be Muslims. I was hoping they’d be right wing nut jobs, like Timothy McVeigh, because then self-appointed patriots would feel no need to exact...
  • Debate puts Newt Gingrich on defensive over immigration

    Debate puts Newt Gingrich on defensive over immigration
    And just like that, another GOP frontrunner is on the defensive after another debate. This time it's Newt Gingrich under the microscope after he seemed to advocate what critics call a form of amnesty for illegal immigrants. The former House speaker...
  • Differences on foreign threats emerge in GOP debate

    Differences on foreign threats emerge in GOP debate
    Republican presidential contenders jousted over Pakistan, Afghanistan and the Middle East on Tuesday night in a tense national security debate that laid out sharply contrasting views on how to keep America safe from attack. Candidates raised the...
  • Seditious revolutionaries or all talk? Michigan jury will decide

     
    Militia trial: A Detroit jury will be tasked with deciding whether seven members of a Midwest militia known as Hutaree are Christian revolutionary bomb-throwers -- or just swaggering survivalists suffering from too much bluster and bravado....
  • Activision calls in legal heavy artillery for Call of Duty trial

     
    Activision taps former Oklahoma City bombing prosecutor Beth Wilkinson as its trial attorney for its case against former Call of Duty developers....
  • Activision pays $42 million to Call of Duty plaintiffs

     
    Days before it is expected to go to trial for a $1-billion lawsuit on its Call of Duty franchise, Activision Blizzard Inc. cut a $42-million check to several dozen game developers who are suing the company....
  • Battle of the NBA Finals cities: What's an OKC?

     
    Back in my sportswriting days, it used to be tradition for home-team columnists to make fun of the opponent city before a championship series. It was a cheap, lazy but altogether entertaining way to avoid the usual boring pre-game hype.......