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Dear President Biden:
Five years ago a sports injury forced me to wear a light brace on my knee.
Joe Biden’s promise two years ago during a debate in South Carolina about a future pick for the Supreme Court will create undue pressure, at least temporarily, on his nominee to replace retiring Justice Stephen Breyer.
The pastiche of new state laws taking effect as the New Year begins underscores how different we are – at least in the eyes of legislators – on matters small and large.
In an interview promoting his new movie “Being the Ricardos,” about the beloved sitcom “I Love Lucy,” writer-director Aaron Sorkin referred to Lucy’s “Friday audience taping.”
All eyes were on Steph Curry the other night as he stepped behind the arc and lofted a shot that made him the NBA’s all-time leader in 3-point baskets.
The traffic light on Winkler Avenue was green, yet the Camaro in front of me hit the brakes. I managed to avoid him as he stopped short of the duck and her eight babies, who were slowly trying to cross the four-lane street.
Slick Willie Sutton, the 1930’s bandit who favored elaborate disguises, was once asked why he robbed banks.
When society seeks to influence behavior, is it better to pay people to act a certain way, or to penalize them if they don’t?
The thwack of a baseball colliding with a bat and the thump of a folded newspaper landing on a porch are sounds I cherish.
It was 73 years ago this month that my dad, Allen Funt, brought “Candid Camera” to television.
Now that Joe Biden doesn’t have to wear a mask in public, I’m back to staring at his teeth.
With Joe Biden’s presidency nearing the six-month mark, the Republican National Committee sent out a “Biden Report Card” – a poll in which Biden’s performance is graded from A to F.
President Ford, a star athlete in college, slipped on the steps of Air Force One in June 1975.
Donald Trump is trying to win the election with every court challenge and tweet he can muster, but he doesn’t really care how many votes he and Joe Biden wind up getting.
Those of us who assumed Election Day would mark a merciful end to the torrent of emails asking for money, obviously don’t understand the new normal in politics.
“How was your vacation?” used to be the standard query at Labor Day. Not this year.
More than 16 hours of political conventions over two weeks boiled down to a single word: fear.
Responding to public demand and civic responsibility, the three major cable TV channels – Fox News Channel, CNN and MSNBC – have essentially become all-coronavirus, all the time.
Walking my dog Dorothy a few months ago I didn’t recognize the fellow waving from the white car until he stopped to say hello.
“Where are you from? Russia?” the middle-aged woman asked matter-of-factly, as she walked toward her polling place in Seaside, California on Super Tuesday.
Bernie Sanders supporters like to think of themselves as revolutionaries, but what worries Democratic opponents is their more important skill: organizing.
In tonight’s performance of the presidential campaign, the role of Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren will be played by her husband, Bruce Mann.
Oscar snubs went to acclaimed actors Robert DeNiro (“The Irishman”), Jamie Foxx (“Just Mercy”), Taron Egerton (“Rocketman”), Christian Bale (“Ford v Ferrari”), Eddie Murphy (“Dolemite Is My Name”), and Adam Sandler (“Uncut Gems”) to name just a few.
Tuesday’s event was supposed to be the big one, the final showdown before actual voting begins.
Maybe it’s campaign fatigue or the time of year, but TV ratings for the Democrats’ last two debates fell precipitously and the prospects for improvement in the Dec. 19 event are dim.
During the Holiday Season, which now stretches from Autumnal Equinox to New Year’s Day, it’s nearly impossible to turn on the radio or walk through a shopping mall without hearing the rich, mellifluous voice of Burl Icle Ivanhoe Ives.
The latest Democratic presidential debate was disappointing.
After 49 years, Bill Lee is pitching again in the World Series.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed a landmark bill that should serve as a wake-up call for educators and lawmakers across the nation.
In its season opener “Saturday Night Live” did a fine job of skewering political figures who dominated headlines during the show’s summer hiatus.
Lawmakers in California have littered their desks with measures designed to eliminate plastic products, such as bags and even straws. But in failing to provide an adequate system for recycling these items – along with glass, metal and paper – they have created an environmental mess and a socio-economic dilemma.