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  • Dana Milbank: Liberals cool on Obama, but he's the lesser evil

    Dana Milbank: Liberals cool on Obama,  but he's the lesser evil
    WASHINGTON — The anti-Obama left was out in force. All 22 of them. As the president stood on the South Lawn to announce the bombing campaign in Syria, liberal demonstrators gathered on Pennsylvania Avenue on the other side of the White House to...
  • Marylanders recognize climate change [Commentary]

    Marylanders recognize climate change [Commentary]
    George Mason University research, released jointly with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, shows that roughly three quarters of Marylanders understand that climate change is a threat to our health, homes, businesses and natural resources, and...
  • Canadian stock market rally seen cooling in 2015: Reuters poll

    TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian stocks are expected to build on gains that already took the broad market to a record high this year, but they may lose momentum in 2015 as weaker commodity prices and a sluggish domestic economy take hold, a Reuters poll...
  • Conservancy works to preserve Cottonwood Canyon

    Conservancy works to preserve Cottonwood Canyon
    On a modest stretch of Linda Vista Avenue near the La Cañada Flintridge-Pasadena border lies a nondescript piece of land whose dry shrubs and trees thinly veil a rich biodiversity of life teeming within. An old wire fence, laid years ago with a small gap...
  • The fight against non-carbon dioxide greenhouse gasses

    To the editor: The Times highlights the need to reduce short-lived climate pollutants to fully tackle global warming. California has a long history of leadership in this area. ("What about those other greenhouse gases?," Editorial, Sept. 22) For...
  • Sept. 27 Letters: Climate change, Medicaid

    Disappointed You Sept. 25 editoria, " Our home, our problem," was disheartening. While I agree we do need to deal with the problem directly, locally and responsibly, I disagree that the actions of hundreds of thousands gathering to make a statement to...
  • Adult literacy classes offered at libraries throughout Broward

    For adults who can't read, day-to-day life can be a constant struggle. Recognizing that, Broward libraries offer adult literacy classes at locations throughout the county. The county supplies the books and resources for the Each One Teach One program...
  • Baltimore is already feeling the effects of climate change [Letter]

    More than 300,000 people marched this past weekend to demand action on climate change, and Maryland was well-represented ("Marylanders join climate march in N.Y.C.," Sept. 22). It was not your typical rally. I marched alongside grandparents who wore...
  • Active Parenting of Teens sessions offered at school

    Active Parenting of Teens sessions offered at school
    Raising teenagers can be difficult, but a series of sessions at a Davie school is aimed at making it easier. The free Active Parenting of Teens at Indian Ridge Middle School is presented by Broward County Public Schools and the Florida Diagnostic and...
  • Does your board undertake "Due Diligence"?

    Blog sponsored by Becker & Poliakoff   Directors are often told they should "do their due diligence" before making certain decisions on behalf of their associations. How many people actually understand what steps are needed to fulfill that directive?...
  • West Africa pleads for faster help to fight Ebola virus

    WASHINGTON The presidents of three West African nations pleaded Thursday for much faster help from the world in battling a deadly Ebola outbreak that's killed nearly 3,000 people and might infect more than a million others in the coming months as the...