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A 131-page report on the findings of the University of North Carolina's alleged academic fraud to benefit 3,100 students, 47 percent of whom were athletes, was released Wednesday. Independent investigator Kenneth Wainstein led the effort to get to the bottom of what transpired in Chapel Hill over the course of nearly three decades. Pat Forde of Yahoo Sports reported on the big news, noting that 10 players from UNC basketball's 2005 national title-winning squad were African-American studies...

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As a writer, when I consume scripted entertainment, whether at the movies or watching television, I tend to view it through the lens of a writer. It’s not that everything else takes a backseat, because I?love a good acting performance, technical...

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Week in religionCatholic bishops ended a two-week summit in Rome last week without coming to an agreement on the church’s teachings regarding gays and lesbians.

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Pets have the power to render humans, well, more human. While dog walking and meeting others, I sense goodness on both ends of the leash. All my defenses go down, and that, my friend, is spiritual.

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It’s not that “Bad Judge” is bad, exactly. It’s just not that good. Stuck somewhere between irreverent and feel good, the new comedy starring Kate Walsh as Rebecca Wright, the naughty jurist of the title, can’t decide what it wants to be, which...

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