Executive Editor, USA Today
USA TODAY Executive Editor. Writes sometimes, frets always. RTs are fun but reporting is better.
usatoday.com — FBI investigator continue search for body after new tip leads them to site. Photo of former Teamsters president Jimmy Hoffa taken days before his mysterious disappearance by photographer Tony Spina, July 24, 1975. (Photo: Gannett/Detroit Free Press) DETROIT -- Digging is resuming Tuesday off a dirt road in Oakland Township by FBI agents looking for the body of missing Teamster Jimmy Hoffa.
usatoday.com — A Stanford University student walks in front of Hoover Tower on the Stanford University campus in Palo Alto, Calif., in 2012. (Photo: Paul Sakuma, AP) After years of deep budget cuts, several states are poised to boost higher education funding this year, often in exchange for a promise by public colleges and universities to freeze tuition.
usatoday.com — A man transforms into a werewolf in an exclusive clip from "The Howling" Blu-ray collector's edition, out June 18. A new collector's edition of the 1981 horror classic is out on Blu-ray Tuesday. Director Joe Dante's 1981 horror film "The Howling" brought werewolves back and in a big way.
usatoday.com — The 1936 film is a chilling prediction of a future that has mostly come true. Raymond Massey in the 1936 film 'Things to Come.' (Photo: Courtesy The Criterion Collection) Now that the electronic surveillance of George Orwell's 1984 has come true with a vengeance, it might be smart to look back at other visions of what the future used to be.
usatoday.com — In a USA TODAY/Pew Research Center Poll, most Americans say the NSA leaker should be prosecuted, but two-thirds don't like the idea the U.S. government is collecting their own communication records. Tom Grundy, an activist, blogger and co-organizer supporting Edward Snowden's campaign, browses the live chat with Snowden on the 'Guardian' website in his house in Hong Kong on Monday.
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