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Nov 25 2015 - 1:30am || Comments

The world as seen by cartoonist Chris Britt,

  • Posted: Oct 29 2015 - 1:30am

    The world according to Tom Stiglich, Creators Syndicate.

  • Posted: Oct 29 2015 - 1:30am

    Prison pay phones are among the most important connections between inmates and the outside world. In many cases, their limited time on the phone is the only dependable lifeline to loved ones who might live too far away to visit on a regular basis.

  • | Posted: Oct 29 2015 - 1:30am

    WASHINGTON — Americans have been betting on sports since the first time a Puritan pilgrim boasted his horse was the fastest in Massachusetts Bay Colony and another said, “Wanna bet?” But fish gotta swim, birds gotta fly and government gotta fret about gambling on fantasy sports. Torrential television advertising by DraftKings and FanDuel is creating millions of customers for these fantasy sports businesses, thereby creating government anxiety lest Americans make unregulated choices inimical to their material and moral well-being.

  • Posted: Oct 28 2015 - 1:30am

    “Would you be interested in a brand-new, fully warranted, five-door crossover SUV built by a major, name-brand automaker that gave you 50-plus MPG with a gas (not diesel or hybrid) engine, that has a top speed around 125 mph, is capable of getting to 60 in 12 seconds (about the same as a Prius hybrid) that stickered for less than $5,000?”

  • | Posted: Oct 28 2015 - 1:30am

    WASHINGTON — The Bushes are burning as they consume the news.

  • Posted: Oct 28 2015 - 1:30am

    The world according to Ken Catalino, Creators Syndicate.

  • Posted: Oct 27 2015 - 11:27am

    The world according to Ken Catalino, Creators Syndicate

  • Posted: Oct 27 2015 - 1:30am

    Now that the vast majority of his fellow Republicans have signaled their support, Rep. Paul D. Ryan, R-Wis., is poised to ascend into the most powerful office no one seems to want: speaker of the House of Representatives. If he gave it more thought, perhaps Ryan would realize that the job’s not for him either.

  • Posted: Oct 27 2015 - 1:30am

    Across America, public schools are faced with a challenge almost unheard of a generation ago: dealing with a student population that isn’t sorted neatly into boys and girls.

  • Posted: Oct 26 2015 - 1:30am

    The world as seen by cartoonist Marshall Ramsey, The Clarion-Ledger

  • | Posted: Oct 26 2015 - 1:30am

    WASHINGTON — The House Select Committee on Blumenthal, as some are now calling it, came to order Thursday at 10 a.m. Lawmakers didn’t finish questioning Hillary Clinton until 11 hours later — just after the Democratic presidential candidate succumbed to a coughing fit.

  • Posted: Oct 26 2015 - 1:30am

    If California is a national trendsetter, there’s reason to be optimistic about the future of voting in the U.S.

  • Posted: Oct 26 2015 - 1:30am

    The backlash was fierce six years ago when an expert federal panel said women were starting mammograms too young and getting them too often. Even though the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force based its recommendations on solid research that found annual mammograms starting at age 40 were not the lifesavers they had been made out to be, there were cries that this was the start of death panels that would deny women coverage for vital health screenings because of the cost. The American Cancer Society was among those attacking the panel, saying it would continue to call for the breast-cancer screenings for women 40 and older.

  • Posted: Oct 25 2015 - 1:31am

    The Big Island as seen by Hawaii Tribune-Herald cartoonist Gary Hoff.

  • | Posted: Oct 25 2015 - 1:31am

    WASHINGTON — The Republican Party, like Sisyphus, is again putting its shoulder to a boulder, hoping to make modest but significant changes in the Electoral College arithmetic by winning perhaps 12 percent of the African-American vote. To this end, they need to hone a rhetoric of skepticism about, and an agenda for reform of, the criminal justice system. They can draw on the thinking of a federal appellate judge nominated by Ronald Reagan.