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The news that another newspaper has ceased publication should not come as a surprise to anyone. After the real estate, banking and automotive industries, print publishing may be the next…

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The last two weeks have been simply awful. I have been down with some type of flu-like illness and have not had any energy at all. The only thing I…

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The irony was inescapable. After watching the NCAA Tournament selection show–an annual ritual–I was curious to see what Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke had to say about the economy on “60…

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From a group of freed slaves in Civil War-era Washington, Metropolitan Baptist had grown into a modern-day megachurch and community service powerhouse. In 2006, construction began on the congregation’s dream…

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