On Sunday, I published an article previewing a radio article about Sandusky that was going to run as part of the Changing Gears series, which is a project of a consortium of NPR stations, including WCPN in Cleveland.
The controversy over the "Ground Zero mosque" has become a clarifying moment in recent political history, when we get to find out whether conservatives and Republicans care about anything except winning the next election. If you've paid attention, the short answer is that many of them don't.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer has launched a feature called PolitiFact which purports to keep politicians honest by fact-checking their statements. But the newspaper's Sunday article on Ted Strickland is itself unfair and misleading.
If you don't follow international news, here's a big story from Israel: An Arab man who pretended to be Jewish to obtain consensual sex with a woman has been sentenced to 18 years in prison for "rape by deception." Details
There have been a huge number of online commentaries about the departure of Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James. Many are interesting, but there is one in particular which I wish I could get everyone to read.