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  • Obama's back-to-school lesson plans

    by Mark Silva and updated at 230 pm EDT The suggested lesson plans accompanying President Barack Obama's planned address to schoolchildren next week have been modified, but this hasn't mollified critics of the president's back-to-school speech.: The original v
  • Obama's back-to-school 'Socialist' agenda

    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama, whose two young daughters return to school next week, has some back-to-school plans of his own: An unprecedented presidential address to public schoolchildren at noon EDT on Tuesday. Arne Duncan, the president's...

    It is about talent AND money at NCAA tourney

    No 16 seed has beaten a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. It???s not just that the ones have much better talent. They also have much bigger budgets for the basketball teams and overall athletic department, making the...

    Ted Deutch reacts to Florida becoming 'Race to the Top' finalist

    U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch, D-Boca Raton, said Florida made important strides by becoming a finalist in the federal government's Race to the Top competition for education funding. The education secretary announced Florida's inclusion on the list Tuesday. ???...

    TMZ forced FSU, NFL, NBA to investigate Jameis Winston, Ray Rice, Donald Sterling

     TMZ forced FSU, NFL, NBA to investigate Jameis Winston, Ray Rice, Donald Sterling
    "A cowardly leader is the most dangerous of men." That famous line was written by Stephen King, the renowned author of twisted horror novels. However, it is a passage much more befitting of modern American sports writing, where the plot line too often...