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Report: Browns have spoken to teams about moving up from No. 12

In a column for on Monday, Peter King reported that seven teams in the top eight of the draft have interest in talking about a trade that would move them down in the draft order. The only top-eight team not included in that group is the Browns, who have the first overall pick. They also…

Chronic Illness and End-of-Life Decisions: Who are We to Judge?

For those who read my column, I am certain you can see I am an emotional writer. This is a difficult column to write. I have been thinking about end-of-life decisions for months. I am reminded of my mortality each time I visit the hospital and I’m asked if I have a living will. Show More Summary

Where in the Horror are they Now? Kevin Williamson!

KEVIN WILLIAMSON THEN: If you’ve been reading this column, you may be painfully aware of my love for slasher flicks. Nothing pleases me more when a modern filmmaker pays a little homage to the glory of the late Seventies and early Eighties. Show More Summary

Keith Olbermann Warns of Comeback by Bill O’Reilly

Longtime TV commentator Keith Olbermann, who has had a running feud with Bill O’Reilly for years, warns in a new guest column today in Variety that the cable icon is unlikely to be finished with TV simply because he was...

The Awesome RPGs 'Siralim' and 'Siralim 2' are Getting their Last Big Updates

Regular readers know that I have been doing a weekly column on Mondays for the last few years collecting the best game updates I can find from that week. With that job, I've been able to see clearly the developers who go above and beyond to deliver tons of updates post-release for their players. It's

The Five Be's to Being a Better Beta Buddy

5 hours agoArts / Writing : LitReactor

Want to give a friend a beta read? Want to actually be GOOD at it? Read on for some tips! Column by Leah Rhyne Beta Readers. Beta Buddies. The words can strike fear into a writer's heart. They've written a novel, yes. Poured their heart and soul into it, yes. Show More Summary

MS, Wheelchairs, Walkers and Guns: Are They Safe Together?

When I began writing about multiple sclerosis, I never imagined that, one day, I’d be writing a column about guns. But here I am, staring right into that barrel. The other day as I cruised around MS websites, I ran across a post from...Show More Summary

You Belong With Me

Mallory Ortberg, aka Dear Prudence, is online weekly to chat live with readers. An edited transcript of the chat is below. (Sign up below to get Dear Prudence delivered to your inbox each week. Read Prudie’s Slate columns here. SendShow More Summary

Trump ‘lied to us, repeatedly and shamelessly’: Eugene Robinson goes off on ‘The Wall’ and other failed promises

8 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

Eugene Robinson’s Tuesday column in The Washington Post was a wakeup call to President Donald Trump that his dream of a “big, beautiful wall” is crumbling faster than it can be built. Trump and his team have already admitted that the claim that “Mexico will pay for it”...

We need a new NIH director: Column

10 hours agoNews : USAToday: News

Francis Collins is most definitely not pro-life, nor in the same leadership class as Trump.        

A movement of ‘radical moderates’ takes shape in Halifax

Scott Gilmore began his cross-Canada dinner tour on Monday, regretting a column that sparked the idea and dreading the evening. Then something surprising happened. The post A movement of ‘radical moderates’ takes shape in Halifax appeared first on

County Supervisor Looks at Potential Obstacles Preventing VDOT from Widening I-95 General Purpose Lanes

Prince Williams Times publishes an op-ed column by county supervisor Ruth Andersonk who tackles efforts to get VDOT to widen I-95 general purpose lanes. One potential obstacle is that adding the lanes might depress express lane traffic,...Show More Summary

Natural disasters and supply chain disruptions: Mitigating the propagation of negative shocks

Natural disasters have enormous economic consequences, with the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake providing a particularly stark recent example. This column uses supply chain data for more than one million Japanese firms to explore how negative shocks from natural disasters propagate through firm networks. Show More Summary

"What ‘Snowflakes’ Get Right About Free Speech."

An enticing headline for a column I don't agree with, by Ulrich Baer (in the NYT). He's a vice provost for faculty, arts, humanities, and diversity and a professor of comparative literature, and — as he champions excluded voices — he...Show More Summary

Kate O’Beirne, National Review Editor and Columnist, Dies at 67

A stalwart of the neoconservative movement who was Washington editor of National Review and wrote its “Bread and Circuses” column.

This week’s column: why Hillary should’ve used Daisy

[The ad, not the firm.  Although all of us would’ve gladly worked for her for free, if she’d asked!] The bearded Republican regarded us suspiciously. He had been washing his pickup truck (naturally) and listening to country music on the radio (ditto).  It was blindingly-bright Saturday morning in August in New Hampshire, and we were out […]

Sessions’ island of reaction

WASHINGTON — Imagine if I began a column about Attorney General Jeff Sessions this way: “I really am amazed that an attorney general who hails from a former Confederate state in the Deep South can issue a series of orders wrecking efforts to reform police practices, cutting back on voting rights and restarting the war [...]Show More Summary

Couldn’t Help It

Mallory Ortberg, aka Dear Prudence, is online weekly to chat live with readers. An edited transcript of the chat is below. (Sign up below to get Dear Prudence delivered to your inbox each week. Read Prudie’s Slate columns here. SendShow More Summary

Temperature Take: AMC's 'Into the Badlands' Sports the Best Action Sequences on TV

yesterdayFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Welcome to Temperature Take, a recurring column here at Pajiba wherein I check on a show during its current season. For the latest installment, I'll be checking in on AMC's Into The Badlands, which just passed the halfway point in.....

Why Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III Is Unfit To Serve As Attorney General

[This column was first published by] Don’t let his languid southern drawl or physical resemblance to the kindly Keebler elves fool you. Ever. Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III, the nation’s 84th attorney general, is neither laid back nor kind. Show More Summary

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