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  • FSU to tackle several unresolved issues when preseason camp starts Monday

    TALLAHASSEE — Expectations are high in Tallahassee as Florida State prepares to build off its 2013 championship season. The Seminoles return a slew of key players on both sides of the ball, including Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston, making...
  • Safety violations at China auto factory led to dust blast: report

    Safety violations at China auto factory led to dust blast: report
    HONG KONG - Chinese officials have blamed the chairman of a car parts factory in eastern China and local regulators for safety breaches that led to the most deadly industrial accident in a year, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Monday. The...
  • Three-day truce between Israel, Hamas takes effect

    Three-day truce between Israel, Hamas takes effect
    A three-day cease-fire between Israel and Hamas meant to end a 4-week-old war in the Gaza Strip took effect Tuesday morning, as Israel declared it had rooted out all infiltration tunnels its troops had found. Fire continued right up to the 8 a.m....
  • Newport News Shipbuilding parent hopes for more funding

    Newport News Shipbuilding parent hopes for more funding
    Huntington Ingalls Industries recently received good news for its Newport News Shipbuilding division: The refueling of an aircraft carrier, a job worth billions of dollars and once in danger, now seems on course. Now comes HII's Ingalls Shipbuilding...
  • AutoNation: Best July new vehicle sales since 2006

    With the U.S. auto market booming, AutoNation reported its best July for new vehicle sales since 2006. The Fort Lauderdale-based retail giant said it sold 27, 484 new cars and trucks in July, up 8 percent from a year ago. That's a bit faster growth...
  • Subaru bolsters safety features and technology in 2015 Outback and 2015 Legacy

    Subaru bolsters safety features and technology in 2015 Outback and 2015 Legacy
    For decades, Subaru's all-wheel-drive vehicles have delivered people to the trail head, campground and ski slope safely. Now the brand is turning to technology to give drivers an extra measure of security. The popular brand — among the fastest-...
  • Netanyahu's deceit leads to long, long war

    Many weeks ago, J.J. Goldberg published a column in the Forward which accused Bibi Netanyahu of allowing the public to pray and agitate for 18 days for the return of the kidnapped boys while he knew that the boys had been murdered. According to Goldberg,...
  • Automotive writer spends three days in jail for speeding

    Automotive writer spends three days in jail for speeding
    We’ve all done it. You get a brand new sports car with insane performance specs and the most sensitive accelerator and such form-hugging handling that you are impelled to push it. The car wants you to. Not speeding in a new sports car is much...
  • Health, Safety Should Be Factors In Keeping Settlements Secret

    Health, Safety Should Be Factors In Keeping Settlements Secret
    By now we know that ignition defects in Chevrolet Cobalts contributed to the deaths of at least 13 people. The real number may be more than 20 times as high. But we could have found out a lot sooner — soon enough, perhaps, to save many of those...
  • Traffic light turns 100 today

    Traffic light turns 100 today
    In our fast-paced world where we're always on the go, we might forget to slow down and stop to reflect on how we got to here. Take traffic signals, for example. Such a safe and orderly (most of the time) system for moving high volumes of motorized...
  • As Japan sales fall, North America powers Toyota's profit

    As Japan sales fall, North America powers Toyota's profit
    Strong sales in the U.S., favorable currency exchange rates and cost-cutting contributed to a healthy quarterly profit gain for Toyota Motor Corp. The Japanese automaker said Tuesday its net income rose 4.6% to 587.7 billion yen ($5.76 billion) for...