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 Things get a little foggy for Democrats in Charlotte

Kass: Things get a little foggy for Democrats 

When President Barack Obama asked stoners Harold & Kumar to help with his message, the inevitable was bound to happen.

FTC cracks down on anti-concussion claims

FTC cracks down on anti-concussion claims 

The mouthguard company Brain-Pad Inc. never claimed that its products prevent concussions. Instead, advertisements have long promised that...

Tuitt striving for superb

Tuitt striving for superb 

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Before there was a 6-foot-6, 305-pound mastodon stampeding 70 yards on a lustrous green field in Dublin, even...

Readers' Q&A: Dan Pompei's Bears mailbag 

With offensive coordinator out, Carey assumes role for NIU 

Illini need more out of running game vs. Arizona State 

Odenigbo on small side but could have big impact 

Gold keeps gaining on prospect of Federal Reserve stimulus

MarksJarvis: Gold gains on prospect of stimulus 

The shine is back in gold again, thanks to a tarnished global economy and the expectation that the Federal Reserve and European Central Bank...

Keeping far from mainstream, Eaglesmith stays close to roots

Keeping far from mainstream, Eaglesmith stays close to roots 

Fred Eaglesmith pulls up to some small club, 200 or 300 nights a year, in some city in his school bus that runs on vegetable oil. Like...

Grammar-grouching on 'myself' misuse

Grammar-grouching on 'myself' misuse 

If the misuse of "I" and "me" is an irritant, the abuse of "myself" is nothing short of a blot on humanity.