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  • Republicans Fight Over Senate GOP's Hire Of 'Unindicted Co-Conspirator' From Rowland Case

    Republicans Fight Over Senate GOP's Hire Of 'Unindicted Co-Conspirator' From Rowland Case
    When a Republican does something questionable politically, it's generally Democrats who criticize him or her, and vice-versa. But here's a case of Republicans blasting other Republicans in public; it's another example of the polarizing power of twice-...
  • Prop. 47 is achieving its main goal, but with unintended consequences

    Prop. 47 is achieving its main goal, but with unintended consequences
    Proposition 47 is supposed to free up prison cells for "real" criminals by reducing drug possession to a misdemeanor offense. But what if those addicts also are the "real" criminals we fear? I know it's too soon to render a verdict on the initiative...
  • Could Deflategate make this Super Bowl the most-watched ever?

    Could Deflategate make this Super Bowl the most-watched ever?
    It didn't take long for NBC to bring up Deflategate during its teleconference on Tuesday previewing the network's coverage of Super Bowl XLIX. In his opening remarks, NBC Sports Group Chairman Mark Lazarus said, "The Seahawks and the Patriots and the...
  • We view movies through the lens of our times; case in point, 'Selma'

    It is impossible to see "Selma," Ava DuVernay's Oscar-nominated drama tracing the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s historic 1965 march to demand voting rights be accorded all citizens of this land, and not feel the weight of Ferguson, Mo., in 2014, and the...
  • Homeless youth bring bold, confrontational approach to Santa Clarita

    Homeless youth bring bold, confrontational approach to Santa Clarita
    The rumpled young men were sleeping on the ground outside the coffee shop as early morning patrons made their way in. They routinely hogged the store's bathroom, and often left it stinking and littered with the residue of narcotic use. At the market...
  • Rachel Marsden: Accused Russian spies come up short on intelligence

    Federal prosecutors have filed espionage charges against three Russians allegedly working for Russia's foreign intelligence service, SVR. The only one without diplomatic immunity was arrested in the Bronx, N.Y., on Monday, while the other two have left...
  • Negative publicity for FSU, Jameis Winston helps Seminoles on recruiting trail

    Negative publicity for FSU, Jameis Winston helps Seminoles on recruiting trail
    Did negative publicity surrounding Jameis Winston and the FSU football program somehow help the Seminoles on the recruiting trail? Jimbo Fisher thinks so. Fisher, the football program and the university routinely took heat from national media that was...
  • Jameis Winston gets the flawed Hollywood treatment

      Jameis Winston’s accuser has gone public in a new film. Good for Erica Kinsman, who should tell her side of the story. Just don’t expect the film to get us any closer to solving the case. It’s called “The Hunting Ground,"...
  • Feds should investigate shooting by PBSO deputy

    Feds should investigate shooting by PBSO deputy
    The FBI, which is reportedly investigating whether the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office violated the civil rights of minorities, should expand its inquiry to include the shooting death of Seth Adams by a deputy whose superior had questioned his...
  • A juvenile GOP succeeds so far in producing epic fails

    Bang. Bang. Crash. That was the sound of the Republican majority in Congress shooting itself in both feet, then tripping over them. At a moment of heightened concern that terrorists in the Middle East might stage or inspire attacks on U.S. soil, the...
  • It's Too Easy For Police To View Private Cellphone Data Under Connecticut Law, ACLU Says

    Under a little-noticed state law passed in 2005 to keep pace with rapidly advancing telecommunication technology, police departments in Connecticut have obtained at least 13,500 court orders to gain access to citizens' cellphone records without meeting...