Trying to do the routine in a city changed after Monday's bombing
Does it matter if President Obama calls the Boston attack "terrorism"? No.
They were wrong even on their own terms.
The city is not immune to the sort of patriotism that is merely a pretext for closed-mindedness.
Shucky Ducky wants to connect with other black conservatives.
When an event like the bombing in Boston happens, news organizations should forget about getting information before their competitors.
Twelve years after 9/11, yesterday's attack reminds us of the fragility of our public safety.
For residents of Beantown, first comes the shock, then the TV cameras.
Boston was attacked, and we have yet to learn who was responsible. Until we know whether anxiety is warranted, horror at this unimaginable act rushes in to fill the void.
Washington still doesn't care much about it.
If Obama cuts Social Security now, Republicans will still try to cut it later.
The difference between "Here's a problem in press coverage we hope can be solved" and "Here's a chance to get those bastards on their heels."
Politicians use the phrase to mean a number of different things, taking advantage of the public's ignorance on budget issues.
Yes, we know you don't like April 15. But, if you think about all the good that money can do, filling out tax forms can (maybe) feel a little more warm and fuzzy.