Today in books and publishing: The class-action lawsuit against Google gets the go-ahead, the Times of London paywall temporarily comes down, and a copy of the Book of Mormon has been purloined.
Assange fils on WikiLeaks, his father, and his 16-year-old self (Julian Assange has a son?)
The questions we need to ask on Afghanistan, ROTC on campus, and real help for the homeless
Women's basketball team ties UCLA men's consecutive win streak. But are they comparable?
Family, yelling, the president--what could be better?
The Internet revolts, the health care law takes a hit, and Obama gets his mojo back
Liu Xiaobo's politics, Kissinger's indifference, Orson Scott Card's shopping habits, and more
His consecutive game streak ended last night at 297. How will history remember the quarterback?
Why health care will survive, why lower taxes are morally right, why gay marriage isn't like tennis, and more
What if Al Gore had prevailed in 2000?
Twitter agrees: the "shocking" Carl Crawford signing makes Boston baseball's team to beat
Casting doubt on a purported scientific breakthrough
Was this a one-off thing or a sign of a new strategy?
Assessing the former Arkansas governor's ability to pull off another surprising primary season run
On Obama's tax deal, Israel's fire, and whether a sting operation on jihadis constitutes entrapment
On the changing culture wars, how to fend off a cyber threat, and bringing law to Russia
On avoiding a cyber war, deterring North Korea, and a great school program in Kalamazoo
LeBron James Returns to Cleveland tonight for the first time since 'The Decision'
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