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Christmas Eve marks the start of my tenth year in which this column, In America’ Corner, has graced the pages of this historic newspaper. I can recall a December day in 2005 when executive editor Dale Brendel and publisher Ben F. Weir Jr.

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Santa Claus may travel on a reindeer-powered sleigh, but he's expected to deliver a ton of high-flying drones this week to teenagers and other amateur aviators, which is making for an anxious yuletide season at the Federal Aviation Administration...

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The ex-girlfriend of Sammy Davis Jr. is the latest woman to come forward with sexual assault claims against Bill...

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Sullivan meditates upon the most sobering aspect of the torture debate: That American citizens, most especially so-called "Christians," don't see anything wrong with torture if it is used in the "right situation,"...

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WEEK IN RELIGIONA judge in London ruled earlier this month that a young boy with severe burns can be given a blood transfusion, despite the objections of his parents, who are Jehovah’s Witnesses.

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Five years ago, when Mike Robin and I were still doing The Closer, I was contacted by the Emmy Academy asking if someone from their intern program could join the writer's room. I said yes, because we can always use an extra pair of...

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During his six-month "Blue Dot" mission on the International Space Station, German astronaut Alexander Gerst would often leave his camera running while he worked and did experiments. He shared many of the resulting images during his journey, which...

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