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  • Is the American dream really dying?

    Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, who's running for the Republican presidential nomination, issued a stark warning recently. "Today, for the first time in history, a majority of Americans believe that our kids will have a worse life than we do," Cruz told...
  • 'SNL' alum Hammond plays Colonel Sanders in new KFC ads

    'SNL' alum Hammond plays Colonel Sanders in new KFC ads
    Darrell Hammond, an alum of "Saturday Night Live," has been hired to portray Colonel Sanders, the white-haired white-suited founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken, in TV commercials that debut Monday. KFC said it was resurrecting the Colonel, who died in...
  • Harry Shearer's voice characters on 'The Simpsons'

    Harry Shearer's voice characters on 'The Simpsons'
    Harry Shearer, the voice of iconic "The Simpsons" characters like Ned Flanders and Mr. Burns, has confirmed he is leaving the show after 26 seasons. Shearer has been with the long-running animated series since it began in 1989. He reportedly is...
  • Democrats abandon free trade

    For a long time, there was a bipartisan consensus for free trade. President George H.W. Bush, a Republican, negotiated the North American Free Trade Agreement and Democrat Bill Clinton got it passed. It prevailed in the Senate in 1993 with the support...
  • Presidential candidates hunt for supporters – and money – in South Florida

    Presidential candidates hunt for supporters – and money – in South Florida
    The rainy season has started — for Florida presidential politics. The Sunshine State is seeing a sudden rush of presidential candidates in May, 10 months before the Democratic and Republican presidential primaries. It's not coming from the big...
  • Farewell, 'Mad Men,' Letterman — and boomers

    With momentous finales this week — "Mad Men" ending and David Letterman retiring — we will see the end of two landmark TV franchises. We will also witness two of the last great vestiges of baby-boomer culture leaving the main stage of...
  • In the 10th state Senate district, the question may be: 'Who's the best Democrat?'

    The GOP has its ideological purity tests in primaries, and something similar may be emerging as voters in state Senate District 10 in suburban Richmond consider the three candidates vying for the Democratic Party nomination. The district, long...
  • Senate agrees to open debate on Obama's trade agenda

    Senators reached a deal Wednesday to move forward on President Barack Obama's trade agenda only one day after Democrats embarrassed him by blocking it. Lawmakers said roughly a dozen Senate Democrats agreed to let full-blown debate begin after both...
  • Clintons could be charitable with their millions

    To the editor: Perhaps Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton could blunt criticism for making millions in speaking fees by donating the proceeds to groups that work on the causes her campaign will emphasize, including child care,...
  • Albert R. Hunt: Hillary Clinton can't waffle on Trans-Pacific Partnership forever

    To paraphrase Joe Louis, Hillary Clinton can run but she can't hide from the great trade debate that pits President Barack Obama and a handful of free-trade Democrats against Sen. Elizabeth Warren and most of the party in Congress. Topic A is the...
  • Emanuel focuses on disadvantaged youth in second inaugural speech

    Emanuel focuses on disadvantaged youth in second inaugural speech
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel took the oath of office to begin his second term Monday and took the unusual step of focusing his inaugural address on a single issue: The lack of opportunity facing Chicago's disadvantaged youths. The mayor's decision to home in on...
  • Mayor, 50 aldermen to be sworn in Monday

    Mayor, 50 aldermen to be sworn in Monday
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Chicago's 50 aldermen and other elected city officials will take the oath of office at a Monday morning inauguration ceremony at the Chicago Theatre. The ceremony will begin at 10:30 a.m., with Emanuel kicking off his second term...