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As Christmas approaches, the shopping mall can become a shopping maul. One of the ways of buying gifts for family and friends without becoming part of a mob scene in the stores is to shop on the Internet.
The reaction to President Obama's highly personal speech Friday, ostensibly on race but actually on himself, has been surprisingly subdued.
Bill Cosby decided to weigh in on the George Zimmerman verdict Tuesday, saying there's no way to prove Zimmerman is racist.
The Obama administration confirmed it was sending weapons to Syrian rebels and Sen. Marco Rubio threatened to walk out on the Senate immigration bill if a gay marriage amendment was added. Here's a recap, or wrap, of the week that was from The Washington Times.
My dad and I used to have stimulating conversations about faith, family, personal responsibility and the rewards of hard work, and I miss him.
Former Floridian Rep. Allen West had a blunt response to comedian Bill Cosby's published weekend opinion piece, speaking of the attributes of Muslims and encouraging Americans to emulate them: Have you lost your mind?
I have been a fan of Bill Cosby for years, and when he comes to town, I buy tickets to his show. Mr. Cosby has never disappointed me with his stance on American culture -- until his recent rant that if you are white and disagree with President Obama, you are a racist ("Bill Cosby says those who oppose Obama are racist," Web, March 4).
It wasn't too long ago that America had a love affair with soda. Now, an old flame has the country's heart.
Bill Cosby's remarks that those who oppose President Obama are racists is fiction akin to his monologue material over the years ("Bill Cosby says those who oppose Obama are racist," Web, Monday). Mr. Cosby has apparently dribbled away some of his noggin to rant this untruth.
Comedy and television icon Bill Cosby slammed Republicans who failed to stand for President Obama's State of the Union speech, likening them to racists who opposed desegregation.
One of Bill Cosby's best-loved routines is "Tonsils."
George Lopez is taking over as master of ceremonies of the annual Playboy Jazz Festival.
Full of shimmer and swing, San Francisco's sleek new jazz concert hall opened Wednesday with an opening night gala featuring McCoy Tyner, Chick Corea and Esperanza Spalding aimed at cementing respect for and expanding the reach of the jazz idiom on the West Coast.
Full of shimmer and swing, San Francisco's sleek new jazz concert hall opened Wednesday night with an opening night gala featuring McCoy Tyner, Chick Corea and Esperanza Spalding aimed at cementing respect for and expanding the reach of the jazz idiom on the West Coast.
Bobby Sanabria already feels like a winner.
"You can't prove," Mr. Cosby says, "if somebody is a racist unless they really come out and do the act."
"You can't prove somebody is a racist unless they really come out and do the act and is found to be that," he added. "Let's not go into a racial discussion unless we really have something there."