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  • Bachmann, Santorum attack Perry over his cervical cancer shot order

     
    TAMPA – Open season on Texas Gov. Rick Perry continued as the issue switched to executive orders and U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann and former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum blasted Perry for his executive order (since repealed by the Florida legislature)...
  • Rick Perry's poll numbers are a wonder [Most commented]

     
    Rick Perry's going to win the GOP nom. Why? Because unlike Mitt Romney, Perry's just so lifelike. That's Jonah Goldberg's take, anyway. In his Tuesday column, he writes that Romney "has an authentic inauthenticity problem." I have shaken Romney's hand.......
  • GOP debate: Rick Perry vs. Mitt Romney, plus Gary Johnson and some dogs

     
    Gary Johnson joins GOP candidates to make it nine debating the issues, with Fox News anchors and questions from YouTube....
  • Former FBI Director Louis Freeh To Lead Penn State Probe.

     
    The Associated Press reports: Former FBI director Louis Freeh, tapped to lead Penn State's investigation into the child sex-abuse allegations against a former assistant football coach, said his inquiry will go as far back as 1975, a much longer period.......
  • Ex-FBI director Louis Freeh takes reins of Penn State inquiry

     
    Former FBI head Louis Freeh is launching a probe into the child sex-abuse scandal rocking Penn State....
  • UCF trustees to discuss IRS audit today

     
    UCF's chief financial officer, Bill Merck, will give trustees an update this morning on the Internal Revenue Service's ongoing audit of Florida's largest public university. UCF is one of more than 30 colleges the IRS has been auditing over the past couple...
  • Bone-Building Drugs Safe

    Bone-Building Drugs Safe
    A new study gives reassuring news about the safety of Fosamax and Reclast, bone-building drugs taken by millions of American women. It found that long-term use does not significantly raise the risk of a rare type of fracture near the hip. On balance,...
  • Testing Men for HPV

    Testing Men for HPV
    Q: Can men be tested for HPV? An: HPV stands for human papilloma virus, the virus that has been in the news extensively because of the recent approval of a vaccine (Gardisil from Merck) for the prevention of cervical cancer. HPV, a sexually transmitted...
  • Strong foundation eliminates the need for risky financial ventures

    The way Frank Kramer sees it, retirement should be built on three legs: A pension, investments and real estate.Now that he and wife, Jeanette, are both 67, they have finished building a solid retirement plan that they'll enjoy for years to come. The...
  • Obama gives powerful drug lobby a seat at healthcare table

    Obama gives powerful drug lobby a seat at healthcare table
    As a candidate for president, Barack Obama lambasted drug companies and the influence they wielded in Washington. He even ran a television ad targeting the industry's chief lobbyist, former Louisiana congressman Billy Tauzin, and the role Tauzin played in...
  • Sale Of Two Drug Development Firms Is A Blow To State Biotech Industry

    Neurogen Corp. and Curagen Corp., homegrown drug development firms, now have one more thing in common — both are selling themselves to companies that will shutter all, or virtually all, Connecticut operations. Three months after Curagen said it...