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America's war on drugs is being fought on myriad fronts. One of the most controversial battlefields involves the schoolhouse. In 2002, the U.S. Supreme Court, in Pottawatomie County v. Earls, expanded drug testing in public schools. The ruling allowed...
Tags: Schools, Students, Education, U.S. Supreme Court, Heroin
If you could invite anyone alive today to dinner, who would you invite? Began thinking about this while re-reading "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" by Lewis Carroll. The Mad Hatter and the March Hare would keep any tea party hopping. Also, I...
Earlier this year, Flipboard gave its iPad and iPhone users the ability to curate their own magazines. Now that feature is available for Android users too. Flipboard is a mobile app that creates personalized magazines for each user based on what their...
Former USC football player Khaled Holmes is a finalist for Sports Illustrated’s award for college athlete of the year. Holmes, profiled last October in The Times, earned an undergraduate degree in classics and a masters in communication...
Jarron Collins sat down with Jim Rome as part of a three-member panel to discuss the disclosure that his twin brother, NBA player Jason Collins, is gay. Jason Collins, in an interview published last week in Sports Illustrated, became the first...
Joseph J. Schroeder Jr. was a student at New Trier High School during World War II when a neighbor who was a radio operator in the Merchant Marine told him that if he took the school's course in radio code, he'd "never carry a rifle." Mr. Schroeder went...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- John Quinn thinks reading news on a tablet would be more enjoyable and engaging if it were more like a computer game. A game where the user earns points and wins rewards for rating news articles, sharing content and commenting on stories....
The deaths of more than 600 garment workers in Bangladesh's Rana Plaza factory collapse April 24 is a tragedy that highlights widespread problems in the global apparel industry. But will it be the spark that finally leads to much-needed global reforms?...
Rude, entitled, arrogant and off-putting: That's how the conventionally wise in Washington are characterizing Ted Cruz, the conservative new senator from Texas. It's a better description of the critics themselves, who are inadvertently helping Cruz...
Derrick Rose has been medically cleared to play after suffering a torn ACL last year, but he has said he isn't mentally ready to return to the floor. Sentinel columnist Mike Bianchi says Rose has to show to work. Do you agree? Vote in the poll to the...
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The May 9 Courant cover story "Medical Costs Vary Widely" echoes the March 4 Time magazine cover story, "Bitter Pill." It's just plain outrageous that hospitals (and free-standing labs and radiology facilities for that matter) base their "retail"...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- Their last attempt at a conversation ended without any actual words being exchanged. Ara Parseghian just trusted that long-time friend Joe Doyle would be better the next day, even though the 92-year-old South Bend Tribune sports editor...
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