"Anthony Lewis" was an American public intellectual and journalist, twice winner of the Pulitzer Prize, and a longtime New York Times columnist. He is credited with creating the field of legal journalism in the United States.

Early in Lewis' career as a legal journalist, Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter told an editor of the New York Times: "I can't believe what this young man achieved. There are not two justices of this court who have such a grasp of these cases." At his death, Nicholas Lemann/Nicholas B. Lemann, the dean of Columbia University School of Journalism, said: "At a liberal moment in American history, he was one of the defining liberal voices."

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It's all changing and getting better all the time. I'd like to think the red, black and white logo that goes up on the Washington Sports & Entertainment property reminds us all of those dynamics, that change and that progress.

Bond was something we knew about but never got to see. We wanted to watch but we were too young.

I really can't explain it, but I'm proud of the way we fought and I just hate to see it end like this. I'm proud of the season that we had, but I'd rather for it to end in the playoffs than end without going.

We grew up even a lot from last week. Even with all the dropped balls and fumbled, we never stopped believing in ourselves.

I like the head coaches at all of these programs…that's one of the main reasons they're my top four schools--because they've got some great coaches there.

We defended him as hard as we could; but he made a lot of tough shots in the paint against us.

Oklahoma State's program is similar to my high school in the sense that we're both rebuilding as programs, and we're both coming up.

I really don't have an answer. Sometimes, our heads are not in the game. You have a blowout against a team and you expect to have another one. Any time you beat a team and they come back and beat you, it takes a little out of you.

The search for conspiracy only increases the elements of morbidity and paranoia and fantasy in this country. It romanticizes crimes that are terrible because of their lack of purpose. It obscures our necessary understanding, all of us, that in this life there is often tragedy without reason.