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The love for and the appreciation of the power of words is disappearing, and The Associated Press is not helping matters.
Reuben Askew’s tank was never empty when it came to public service.
Should you laugh or cry? That's the question as you sit in the darkened Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles watching the musical "The Scottsboro Boys."
The First Amendment is 45 words long 45 words with extraordinarily powerful meaning, 45 words that have been legally challenged time and time again, collecting a few bruises along the way but still quite healthy, thank goodness.
It was a typical news day in Chicago. Reporters and photojournalists from the Sun-Times were spread across the landscape of the city. Meanwhile, inside we were gathered around the wire machines, anxiously awaiting the news. Then it came.
Good news: President Barack Obama asked Sen. Chuck Schumer to reintroduce the federal media shield law that failed in the Senate in 2009.
In a matter of days the question so many have agonized over for years will be answered. Will the Kings remain a part of our city and our area well into the future?
Dear God, the Ultimate Editor:
Listen. Can you hear it? Can you hear the haunting sound of taps played by the lonely bugler on a hill in the Arlington National Cemetery?