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  • 2013 in review: More ups, downs and everything in between

    2013 in review: More ups, downs and everything in between
    It was an overflow crowd bordering on a mob scene, a long line snaking out the door of the Fort Lauderdale War Memorial Auditorium. On the perimeter road in Holiday Park, some people carried guns with "For sale" signs, others offered cartons of...
  • Year of surprises leaves soothsayers grasping for soothiness

    Year of surprises leaves soothsayers grasping for soothiness
    The most surprising news event of 2013 was the botched rollout of HealthCare.gov, the Web portal to Obamacare. Yes, I'm sure the partisans who have long derided President Barack Obama for the lack of management experience in his resume will tell you...
  • 2013 Newsmaker: Burbank couple fought civil rights battle that changed the nation

    2013 Newsmaker: Burbank couple fought civil rights battle that changed the nation
    A Burbank couple made national headlines this year after successfully tackling Proposition 8, California's 2008 ban on same-sex marriage. Burbank residents Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo, along with a lesbian couple from Berkeley, challenged the ban in...
  • Federal judge backs same-sex marriages in Utah; state to appeal

    A federal judge on Friday struck down Utah's same-sex marriage ban, making the state where the powerful Mormon Church has fought gay marriage the latest front in the legal battle over marriage rights. In a 53-page ruling, U.S. District Judge Robert J....
  • When the right to sue goes away

    Federal regulators are taking a closer look at those restrictive contract provisions that force consumers to arbitrate disputes — barring them from suing a company individually or joining a class-action lawsuit. And it doesn't look as if officials...
  • Utah same-sex marriage case heads for high court

    Utah officials plan to ask the U.S. Supreme Court as early as Thursday to stop same-sex marriages in their state, a last-ditch effort to halt the parade of weddings since a federal judge struck down the state’s ban on such unions. The state’...
  • By Request: Permanently polarized? Despite the rocky political terrain, common ground still lies ahead

     
    Friday's print column From the request line: Have we run out of major issues to compromise on? The contention of the reader who suggested a column tackling this question is that the 1973 polarizing U.S. Supreme Court Roe v. Wade......
  • Obama highlights common ground with Pope Francis

    Obama highlights common ground with Pope Francis
    WASHINGTON — When a White House speechwriter turned in a draft of a major speech on economic policy this month, President Obama sent it back with an unusual instruction: Add a reference to the pope. The final version of the speech quoted...
  • Chicago won't fight ruling allowing gun sales

    Chicago won't fight ruling allowing gun sales
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel all but acknowledged that people will be able to legally buy guns in Chicago later this year, announcing Thursday that he has chosen not to fight a federal court ruling that struck down the city's gun shop ban. Instead, City Hall will...
  • Utah vows to appeal gay marriage ruling to Supreme Court

    Determined to reinstate its anti-gay marriage law, Utah officials said Tuesday they would appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court "as soon as possible" after an appellate court refused to grant an emergency stay of a lower court ruling.  U.S. District Judge...
  • Judge scraps Chicago's ban on retail gun shops

    Judge scraps Chicago's ban on retail gun shops
    A federal judge on Monday stripped away a key element of Chicago's gun ordinance, ruling that it is unconstitutional to prohibit licensed gun stores from operating in the city. U.S. District Judge Edmond Chang found that the city failed to convince...
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  • Byron Janis on his long battle with arthritis

    Byron Janis on his long battle with arthritis
    Byron Janis is one of the most inspiring survivors in classical music.
  • Local clinic focusing on uninsured hosts free expo

    Now more than ever, residents are calling on the services of clinics like Light of the World in Oakland Park. The health clinic, which serves the uninsured, recently had its eighth annual Health Expo at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church on North Federal...

    Consumer Reports: Got joint pain? How to get relief

    Achy joints? Join the club. Consumer Reports notes that more than 50 million adults in the United States have arthritis, and close to half of them say that the condition limits their daily activities, according to the national Centers for Disease...

    Gonzaga working through injuries and inconsistencies

    Today, all is sunny in the Gonzaga constellation. The Zags are in their accustomed spot in the NCAA Tournament, about to play Oklahoma State on Friday for the right to keep suiting up in San Diego. Soon, though, their run will end, and perhaps then it...

    McDonogh grad Giles Smith aims to make a splash in his final NCAA swimming meet

    McDonogh grad Giles Smith aims to make a splash in his final NCAA swimming meet
    On the bulletin board in Giles Smith's bedroom in Woodlawn hangs a list with with two sets of goals: one for Smith in the pool, the other for life outside. "You can't just say you want to be an Olympic swimmer and a gold medalist and not have a plan,"...