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  • Download Top 100 free e-books, games for Amazon Kindle

    Download Top 100 free e-books,  games for Amazon Kindle
    If you received a Kindle tablet or e-reader for Christmas, then check out Amazon.com's list of Top 100 free ebooks and games.  Of course, you also can see the Top 100 paid list, too. Plus, Kindle owners can borrow more than 100 NewYork Times bestsellers...
  • Psychic fraud trial starts Monday, pits fortune teller against former clients

    Psychic fraud trial starts Monday, pits fortune teller against former clients
    When Fort Lauderdale fortune teller Rose Marks goes on trial Monday, accused of masterminding a $25 million fraud, the case will offer a rare peek inside the secretive world of those who say they have psychic powers. The amount of money involved in what...
  • Vote on NSA spying shows South Florida split

    Vote on NSA spying shows South Florida split
    South Florida Democrats were split over a proposal to rein in National Security Agency domestic surveillance. The Wednesday vote was 205 in favor and 217 opposed. The legislation would have stopped the massive NSA collection of phone records disclosed...
  • Gay rights group blasts Marco Rubio for blocking black, gay judicial nominee

    Gay rights group blasts Marco Rubio for blocking black, gay judicial nominee
    Original post | Sept. 25, 2013 Updated | Sept. 26, 2013 The gay rights group Equality Florida is criticizing U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, for blocking the nomination of Miami-Dade Circuit Judge William Thomas to a federal judgeship in the district that...
  • Chan Lowe: Baby Boomers move to Florida

    Chan Lowe: Baby Boomers move to Florida
    According to a story in the paper this morning, retiring Baby Boomers are moving en masse to Florida and other states that levy no personal income tax. They’re searching for a pleasant environment where they can stretch their 401(k)s and pensions by...
  • As Voter Purge 2.0 tour comes to town, congressman raises concerns

    As Voter Purge 2.0 tour comes to town, congressman raises concerns
    Secretary of State Ken Detzner is in Broward on Wednesday morning for the final stop on what he’s dubbed his “Project Integrity” tour. It’s the effort by the state’s top elections official to sell version 2.0 of the...
  • Keeping our fingers on the pulse of Roger Stone

    Keeping our fingers on the pulse of Roger Stone
    I added a new line to my job description this year: Monitor Roger Stone's influence at the Broward Sheriff's Office. For those to whom Stone is a stranger, let Google be your guide. In shorthand, he's a national political operative, a riddle wrapped...
  • Democratic politician blames Republican Gov. Rick Scott for manatee deaths

    Democratic politician blames Republican Gov. Rick Scott for manatee deaths
    When Democrats turned out Saturday for a news conference to denounce Gov. Rick Scott (and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie), they delivered an extensive indictment of Florida’s chief executive. Broward County Commissioner Kristin Jacobs, who’s...
  • Deutch, Hastings decry food stamp cuts

    Deutch, Hastings decry food stamp cuts
    U.S. Reps. Ted Deutch and Alcee Hastings, both Democrats who represent parts of Broward and Palm Beach counties, are condemning the cuts in food stamps that went into effect Friday. The food stamp program, which isn’t politically popular, is...
  • Obama needs to start sweating the small stuff

    Obama needs to start sweating the small stuff
    President Barack Obama likes doing the big things. This is, after all, the man who claimed that his victorious 2008 campaign was "the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal." He was roundly (and rightly) derided...
  • Papers offer peek into Hillary Clinton's failed healthcare initiative

    Papers offer peek into Hillary Clinton's failed healthcare initiative
    WASHINGTON — As Hillary Rodham Clinton sought to reshape the nation's healthcare system in her husband's first term as president, she got all the right advice from senior aides: Consult closely with members of Congress, build bridges with business...