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  • Gobernador Rick Scott visita el Sun Sentinel y habla de vivienda, trabajo, reelección y más

    Gobernador Rick Scott visita el Sun Sentinel y habla de vivienda, trabajo, reelección y más
    El gobernador Rick Scott dijo esta semana haber quedado desconcertado por la investigación del Sun Sentinel, según la cual los bancos han establecido prácticas de liquidación hipotecaria (foreclosure) que dejan miles de casas del sur de Florida...
  • Romney in South Florida today, Obama due back Sunday

    Romney in South Florida today, Obama due back Sunday
    With public opinion polling showing Florida too close to call the post-Superstorm Sandy presidential campaigns are showing up in full force to compete for the Sunshine State’s 29 electoral votes. Republican candidate Mitt Romney is in Coral...
  • Lack of jobs, not banks, to blame for blighted homes, governor says

    Lack of jobs, not banks, to blame for blighted homes, governor says
    Gov. Rick Scott said Tuesday he was caught aback by the Sun Sentinel's investigation of how banks have established foreclosure practices that have left thousands of South Florida homes to decay, devastating neighborhoods. "Maybe I don't ask enough...
  • Crises play to Corbett's strength

    Crises play to Corbett's strength
    Gov. Tom Corbett stopped, took a breath, folded his hands and stared hard at the top of the podium in front of him, as if it were going to yield the answer to a question a reporter has just asked him about the sexual abuse scandal that has engulfed Penn...
  • One year after spill, support for oil drilling returns

    One year after spill, support for oil drilling returns
    Today, one year after the offshore rig explosion and record oil spill that blotted our beaches and stained tourists' image of a perfect vacation spot, Florida appears just as welcoming as ever to drilling closer to its shoreline. Tar balls are still...
  • CAPITOL IDEAS: Poll indicates Pennsylvanians split on gun rights

    A toxic stew of technical problems and the whims of the weather have us seriously behind the eight ball this morning, So without further ado, here's the top five stories making news this 28th day of April. 1. A clear majority of Pennsylvanians (53...
  • What do port security, the Patriot Act and partisanship have in common?

     What do port security, the Patriot Act and partisanship have in common?
    In this edition of the Friday Files, we're looking at everything from political lies to a contest for Florida's most unpopular politician. But first, I have a game for you to play: This year, while no one was looking, President Barack Obama made...
  • Pennsylvania not sold on Obama, or possible GOP foes

    Pennsylvania not sold on Obama, or possible GOP foes
    Pennsylvania voters want President Obama replaced, but are not sold on the list of Republican successors they have to choose from. More than half, 51%, believe Obama does not deserve to be reelected, compared with 41% who do, according to a Morning Call/...
  • PSU to stop licensing Paterno items

    PSU to stop licensing Paterno items
    STATE COLLEGE — With his face on T-shirts, mugs and posters — heck, even masks and bobbleheads — Joe Paterno might be among the most merchandised man in the country. But not for much longer, at least as far as Penn State is concerned....
  • 2010 Quinnipiac Poll Story: Yankees Closed The Gap

    There figures to be a record-low number of sprained ankles among baseball fans in Connecticut this summer. No one seems to be jumping on or off bandwagons around these parts. Quinnipiac University's annual poll of state baseball fans, released Friday,...
  • Recent College News

    CORNELL: Cornell University is pleased to announce Chloe Potter of Churchville, MD, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture and Life Sciences with the Class of 2011 during Commencement ceremonies in Ithaca, NY, on May 29, 2011. FETCHO:...