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Frazier Moore is a national television columnist for The Associated Press.
The next new idea in drug policy reform is a good idea, writes columnist Jonathan Martin Despite some outbreaks of truthiness, the state GOP won the messaging war in Olympia this year.
And earlier models that have the chip don't have antennas to pick up FM radio signals nor the capability to be activated by Apple, according to sources who spoke to Apple columnist John Gruber.
Detroit Free Press staff Free Press columnist Jeff Seidel answers three questions after Michigan's dominating 33-10 victory over Minnesota on Saturday night at Michigan Stadium: How did Brandon Peters do in his first start at quarterback?
Was there another national columnist who wrote about Manning’s statue unveiling?
Don't miss our interactive baseball cards and in-depth analysis from sports columnists David Barron, Brian T. Smith and Jenny Dial Creech.
Sam Mellinger is a sports columnist for The Kansas City Star: 816-234-4365, @mellinger Never miss a local story.
For political columnist Jonah Goldberg, the phrase has become so enduring that it's created an unrealistic standard of the proof required for a scandal.
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