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  • John Oliver goes for in-depth comedy with 'Last Week Tonight' on HBO

    John Oliver goes for in-depth comedy with 'Last Week Tonight' on HBO
    NEW YORK — John Oliver will have the crab cakes — but that's all, thanks. In a private dining room at HBO's plush headquarters overlooking Bryant Park in midtown Manhattan, a waitress in a crisp black uniform asks the 37-year-old comedian if...
  • Teens trading naked selfies for mugshots

    Will teenagers ever learn? You think yours will. Maybe so. But it's likely that was also the hope of the parents of children who were so shamed by nude photos of themselves that went south — how else can they go? — that they killed themselves....
  • Twitter enables users to send photos through private messages

    Twitter enables users to send photos through private messages
    If only Anthony Weiner had this feature two years ago. Twitter is now letting users send pictures to others through private messages sent on its platform. The San Francisco company announced the new feature Tuesday as it rolled out a major update...
  • Creating a safety 'Net for kids

    Creating  a safety 'Net  for kids
    Sexting and its consequences aren't things you want your tween or teen to learn about the hard way. The fallout from having nude photos or salacious messages spread via social media networks can be far more dramatic than red-cheeked embarrassment or a...
  • Bill de Blasio wins New York mayoral election

    Bill de Blasio wins New York mayoral election
    NEW YORK – With violent crime at historic lows but rents and homelessness at record highs, New Yorkers elected Democrat Bill de Blasio as their next mayor Tuesday after embracing his vow to bridge the gap between rich and poor and to end police...
  • Rep. Trey Radel proves that booze is still the best gateway drug

    Rep. Trey Radel proves that booze is still the best gateway drug
    Just when I was starting to think that Toronto had the market covered on drunken, cocaine-binging politicians, along comes Rep. Trey Radel. The Florida tea party Republican and self-styled "hip-hop conservative" — really, that’s how he...
  • N.Y. authorities investigate shooting of developer at Oheka Castle

    A prominent New York real estate developer and socialite told investigators he has no idea who shot him at his expansive Long Island estate, police said. Gary Melius, 69, remained in stable condition Tuesday about 24 hours after a masked gunman fired...
  • Showbiz and politics: Always the twain seem to meet

    Old-timers may recall the old days when Canadian politics were not just dull but almost blank. As empty as a modern white-on-white canvas depicting some vast snow belt in the featureless depths of Arctic winter. But that was before Toronto's mayor and...
  • Government shutdown, filibusters topped 2013's political news online

    Government shutdown, filibusters topped 2013's political news online
    WASHINGTON – They’re not perfect measures of public interest, but the year-end roundups released by tech giants Google, Twitter and Facebook do provide some insight into the online political curiosity of the nation. Of the year’s...
  • Steve Lopez: American public smarter than Obama on Syria strikes

    Steve Lopez: American public smarter than Obama on Syria strikes
    Granted, I'm no expert on foreign conflicts. But I did report briefly from the border area where Syria, Iraq and Turkey meet during the end of the first Gulf War. And I parachuted into Bosnia during that war in the early 1990s. And those trips were just...
  • Anthony Weiner's unfortunate psychiatric evaluation on MSNBC

    Anthony Weiner's unfortunate psychiatric evaluation on MSNBC
    It’s the interview everyone’s talking about. No, not Charlie Rose’s sit-down with Syrian President Bashar Assad. It's Lawrence O’Donnell’s incredibly awful interrogation of New York Democratic mayoral candidate Anthony...
  • Is it De Blasio? New York mayoral primary still too close to call

    Is it De Blasio? New York mayoral primary still too close to call
    NEW YORK -- New Yorkers awoke Wednesday still uncertain over who would be their Democratic nominee for mayor as primary results showed front-runner Bill de Blasio clinging to the lead needed to avoid a runoff, even as his rival vowed to keep fighting....