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I wrote a Letter to the Editor last week and got a lot of comments about being racist and questioning a woman- only right to abort a male-conceived fetus at will.
A letter in the April 3 Tribune referred to the Philadelphia Inquirer as “the city’s major black newspaper.” The writer is entitled to his opinions about why stories he considers important are not given more prominent display in that paper.
Shame on America’s liberal journalists
PHILADELPHIA — A former Arizona State University professor has been ordered to stand trial for allegedly claiming to have explosives at Philadelphia's iconic Liberty Bell.
As I write this, residents of the Mid-Atlantic states are being warned to prepare themselves for a long-lasting power outage because of Hurricane Sandy, billed as “the perfect storm” and the storm of the century. When Hurricane Irene roared through New England last year, many residents were still without power after a week. And Hurricane Irene was a relatively weak Category 1 hurricane.
In May I had quite an interesting experience flying back to Arizona from Philadelphia.
He's been in a string of popular films, including "Wedding Crashers," "Limitless" and "The A-Team," but it was his role as Phil in 2009's "The Hangover" that put him squarely in the limelight. Actor Bradley Cooper, a Philadelphia native and Georgetown University graduate, is now seeing his personal life become tabloid fodder. The 36-year-old dated Renee Zellweger and has been linked to Jennifer Aniston. He reprises his role as Phil in "The Hangover Part II," which opens in theaters Thursday.
After weeks of trade discussions, the Suns decided the one player they could not do without was Amare Stoudemire.
Freedom Communications, the Irvine, Calif.-based parent company of the Tribune newspapers, filed for Chapter 11 reorganization Tuesday as part of a pre-packaged agreement with lenders on restructuring its debts.
U.S. District Judge Stephen Larson recently issued what may be the first legal opinion ever to interest America's 8-year-old girls. He ordered a halt to all sales of Bratz dolls.
PHILADELPHIA - A man enraged by a noisy family sitting near him in a movie theater on Christmas night shot the father of the family in the arm, police said.
Last week, U.S. District Judge Stephen Larson issued what may be the first legal opinion ever to interest America's 8-year-old girls. He ordered a halt to all sales of Bratz dolls.
LAS VEGAS - The Diamondbacks’ suite at the Bellagio overlooks Interstate 15, and the D-Backs really are tying to get into the fast lane here.
On Oct. 6, Barack Obama led John McCain by 6 points in the Real Clear Politics poll average. The average isn’t a perfect indicator of the state of the race, but it does show trends, and this was Obama’s largest lead since the beginning of September.
What a strange country.
It has become a tradition at national conventions to speculate on the size of the presidential candidate’s “bounce.”
During this week's Democratic National Convention, Barack Obama badly needs to accomplish four tasks:
The Russian invasion of Georgia took place just before the 40th anniversary of the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia.
Whenever I hear the ’08 presidential candidates voicing despair about the U.S. economy and talking about how they’re going to cure its ills, I remember the gut wisdom of Dave Vasvari.
Deep in the bowels of the Internet, the swift-boating of Barack Obama is under way.
A debate is heating up inside Iraq - and inside Washington - that will shape America's relationship with Iraq under the next president.
5 things McCain and Obama need to do:
Every day when I sit down at my desk, I look straight at the Tankman.
When John McCain showed up May 17 as a surprise guest on "Saturday Night Live," he pitched himself this way:
The 2008 Pulitzer Prize winners and finalists: