Sisters of Mercy caught for looking out for others

Two Sisters of Mercy, Rita Mary Olszewski and Karen Donahue, were arrested in Detroit last month for protesting the war in Iraq. The nuns were sentenced to eight hours of community service, which shows that the judge either had a great sense of humor or wasn't paying attention. Sentencing Sisters of Mercy to perform community service is like sentencing Jerry Seinfeld to tell jokes. It's what they do best. More

Federal ruling on Ritalin needs to calm down

We share the concern of the U.S. House of Representatives over children being improperly medicated for behavioral problems. But we

Blair shame shows stigma of racial hiring practices

It seems like everyone has asked me about Jayson Blair

Jeb Bush uses disabled woman as agenda

Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida triggered a national controversy last Tuesday when he overruled attorneys for his own state's Department of Children and Families Services and ordered them to seek the appointment of a guardian for the fetus of a severely disabled woman who had been raped while in a state facility. More

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Rainy days and months always get us down

Is anyone else tired of nature? We realize this space is generally reserved for weighty matters such as the lottery, death penalty and world peace. More

Madonna needs to go back to her working-class roots

"Be true to your school."

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Democrats need to take cue from George W.

Quick, can you name all nine Democratic presidential contenders for the 2004 election? More

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