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  • Sea rise threatens Florida coast, but no statewide plan

    Sea rise threatens Florida coast, but no statewide plan
    America's oldest city is slowly drowning. St. Augustine's centuries-old Spanish fortress and other national landmarks sit feet from the encroaching Atlantic, whose waters already flood the city's narrow, brick-paved streets about 10 times a year —...
  • Letters: Crashing the economy; Just plain sad

    Letters: Crashing the economy; Just plain sad
    Crashing the economy In response to Lee Caudle's letter (The Capital, April 16), which claims that Ayn Rand's free- market principles were the cause of the 2008 financial crisis: Nothing can be further from the truth. It was caused by government...
  • For the Clintons, a big question: What to do with Bill?

    The scene that unfolded here last week as Bill Clinton convened world leaders for a philanthropic conference was hardly what his wife's champion-for-everyday-Americans campaign would have ordered up. Gathered in Marrakesh for a Clinton Global Initiative...
  • Five-man GOP race for Lower Macungie commissioner seats

    Five-man GOP race for Lower Macungie commissioner seats
    In the battle for two Lower Macungie commissioner seats, challengers have found campaign ammunition in two controversial 2015 board decisions: approvals of a tax financing deal for a Costco-anchored shopping center and a $3.3 million park improvement...
  • Gov. Scott's political malpractice

    Gov. Scott's political malpractice
    Gov. Rick Scott continues to duck responsibility for the health care crisis he has created. The governor met last week with U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell and begged her to keep sending Florida money from the Low Income Pool...
  • College Waitlist: When You're Not In, Or Out

    College Waitlist: When You're Not In, Or Out
    It's probably the most unsettling outcome in the college admissions process: the notification that you're neither in, nor out, but wait-listed. "It's the worst thing they can do to a student because of the intense amount of added stress it puts on...
  • No one can crystal ball the market

    No one can crystal ball the market
    Q. What do you say to people who worry about a major stock market correction? — J.A., Winter Springs A. Every day in the financial media you will hear someone predicting a major correction or rally. Yet, no one has a proven track record for...
  • Advocates hope Hogan releases funds for developmentally disabled

    Advocates hope Hogan releases funds for developmentally disabled
    The Marierose family has been waiting for help. Dilsia, 53, works the day shift at a post office; her daughter, Ninotchka, 27, worked the night shift before she was promoted to days. The mother and daughter would take turns watching Dilsia's son,...
  • Better buses, balanced budgets: Advice for Metro's new CEO

    Better buses, balanced budgets: Advice for Metro's new CEO
    The Metropolitan Transportation Authority's new chief executive, Phil Washington, starts Monday and he's got a huge job ahead of him. As head of the countywide agency, he will have to oversee a massive public transit system expansion, manage one of the...
  • Jeb Bush's war against Florida high-speed rail shows his governing style

    Jeb Bush's war against Florida high-speed rail shows his governing style
    When Jeb Bush was governor of Florida, he said his constituents didn't fully understand what they were doing when they amended their constitution in 2000 to build a high-speed rail line connecting the state's five largest cities. "People thought it...
  • Liquor board power struggle looming

    Liquor board power struggle looming
    After weeks of scrutiny from Anne Arundel officials, the county liquor board is exploring whether a state audit could determine who has final say over its operations, according to a state senator. County Executive Steve Schuh, meanwhile, is working to...