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I finally broke down and upgraded my cellphone to a smartphone. It was long overdue, although I didn't really know what I was missing. I proudly mentioned my new tool to a client and he replied, "Another dummy with a smartphone." He's probably right....
His stare stayed with them for days. The cold, harsh way he looked at them. The unease they just couldn't shake off when he did. So, when Austin Reed Sigg was arrested Tuesday night, accused of strangling 10 -year-old Jessica Ridgeway, dismembering...
Tags: Trials, Domestic Violence, Police Arrests, Murder, News Agency
I've finally stopped believing the tech gurus in skinny jeans and hipster glasses who preach about the glories of the new networked world in which everyone and everything are connected all the time. They make it sound as if the Cloud and Twitter are the...
Last week a Venezuelan friend I met in 1994 found me on Twitter. After exchanging pleasantries, I asked her what she expected from last Sunday's presidential elections. She said she was hoping Henrique Capriles could defeat President Hugo Chávez, "I...
The man suspected of taking a hostage in Pittsburgh's Gateway Center high-rise complex Friday morning has surrendered peacefully, and his hostage was not harmed, Pittsburgh Police Chief Nathan Harper said. "Accolades go to all the officers involved,"...
The dream, for Steve Harvey, was always late-night: the monologue, the desk, the studio band. It was the pinnacle for a successful stand-up comic, and Harvey had been very successful. "That was something I always wanted since 'Original Kings of Comedy,'"...
Barbara Green, owner of Blue Mountain Ski Area near Palmerton, wasn't alarmed last week with the release of a study that predicts disastrous consequences for the winter tourism industry in the United States because of climate change and global warning....
Tags: Global Warming, Global Change, Sports, Luge, Conservation
ARCADE, N.Y. — Kathy Hochul is a young, first-term Democratic congresswoman fighting for her political life in a solidly Republican district outside Buffalo, N.Y. Unlike most of that liberal state, this is Romney country; a poll last week showed the...
In general you get a lot of head-nodding when you suggest that many persons, especially those of faith, believe we should be our brothers' and sisters' keepers. The concept is easy to acknowledge. It's the methodology of getting there that produces the...
One thing television stations had over newspapers in the past was the ability to broadcast information during an actual event. With the improvements in online technology, newspapers such as the Daily American are transforming into information companies....
In this pivotal election year, fellow citizens, I give you a chilling vision of two Americas. One America is the swing states, the dozen or so states that don't fall into the Democratic or Republican camps and will ultimately decide the presidential...
Tags: YouTube, Barack Obama, Charity, Media Industry, Politics
Central Indiana's largest news producer is getting even bigger. Fox59 is adding five more hours of local news each week, with the addition of an hour of news weeknights at 6pm. “Fox59’s top priority is continuing to offer the most news and...
Nov 5, 2012 |Column| Daily American
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Aug 30, 2012 |Column| Chicago Tribune
Dec 13, 2012 |Column| Allentown Morning Call
Aug 26, 2012 |Column| Los Angeles Times
Aug 23, 2012 |Column| Petoskey News
Aug 23, 2012 |Column| Daily American
Jul 8, 2012 |Column| Los Angeles Times
May 8, 2012 |Column| WXIN-LTV
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