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In less than two weeks, our nation will commemorate the 70th anniversary of V-J Day – the official day of victory over the Japanese in World War II. On September 2, 1945 – after almost four years of war –… Continue reading
Power Play: Granite State battleground
Aug. 14, 2015 – 5:03 – With the likes of Trump, Bush, Kasich and more, New Hampshire is sure to be a raucous battleground. The Huffington Post’s Paige Lavender and the Washington… Continue reading
Can comedy save your marriage?
Aug. 03, 2015 – 6:41 – Laughter can make you feel good, and give your health and your mood a boost. But did you know it could also help your marriage? Dr.… Continue reading
LOS ANGELES – Despite the dozens of accusations of drugging, rape and sexual assault against Bill Cosby, the federally-funded Smithsonian’s National Museum of African Art is continuing with its current exhibition “Conversations: African and African American Artworks in Dialogue,” which… Continue reading
Sunday, Greeks should vote “no”!
Hellenic voters are being asked whether they accept the terms offered by the European Union, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund to extend the bailout for Athens’ troubled finances or give Prime Minister Tsipras… Continue reading
A top Apple (AAPL) analyst doesn’t expect the company’s new music streaming service to be another game changer for the tech giant.
“Yes, they’ll gain some share, but it doesn’t move the needle,” said Piper Jaffray Managing Director Gene Munster.… Continue reading
Republicans never win with the media. Nominate a rich, old, white guy and media outlets complain he’s old and out of touch. Have the most vibrant and diverse field of candidates either party might have had in history? It’s a… Continue reading
You may be the most productive at 30,000 with limited distractions. (iStock)
I’m rarely more productive than I am on planes. Even with the infringement of in-flight Wi-Fi and streaming satellite television, I still manage to accomplish more at 30,000… Continue reading
The death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore last month is a tragedy that has conjured strong feelings on race, poverty, and violence in its wake. As journalists and investigators try to answer the question of who Gray was and what… Continue reading
Matt Bai is a sharp and likable guy, a seasoned reporter with an open face and ears that are always wide open: Like all good reporters, Bai – the national political columnist for Yahoo News, formerly a longtime political correspondent… Continue reading