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  • Expertos en seguridad piden medidas del Gobierno contra ciberamenazas

    LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - Alarmados por las crecientes ciberamenazas en todo el mundo y para las industrias en general, una creciente cantidad de expertos en seguridad ven una agresiva medida del Gobierno como la mejor esperanza para evitar un desastre....
  • Jessica Hardy sets record in 50-meter breaststroke at nationals

    Jessica Hardy sets record in 50-meter breaststroke at nationals
    She doesn't remember falling in, but she remembers the feeling of pure panic. She remembers choking and not being able to see anything. She remembers it being the worst kind of chaos. Jessica Hardy was 3 years old, attending a birthday party with her...
  • Reader feedback August 9: Civic engagement, Ebola outbreak

    Curtailing public's input The Daily Press shared an editorial on civic engagement at city halls, including the following passage: It was with disappointment we greeted the decision by the Newport News City Council to reduce the time provided to each...
  • DP Buzz: Ebola

    Editor's note: "DP Buzz" is an interactive feature of the Daily Press Opinion Page. We email weekly questions on issues and topics affecting Peninsula-area citizens. Each week, subscribers can choose whether to weigh in or not with a short answer. Here is...
  • Medical pot shops are coming! Take a chill pill, folks.

     
    Friday's print column You’d think licensed dispensaries for medical marijuana were all-ages opium dens from the wariness bordering on paranoia with which state and local officials are grudgingly preparing for them to open. A year ago Friday, Gov....
  • Bush rallies support for women's health issues in Africa

    WASHINGTON Former President George W. Bush says it takes a lot to convince him to return to the nation's capital these days. But he declared it fitting Wednesday as he made a rare Washington appearance, urging the spouses of African leaders at a...
  • Economy is focus of US-African summit, but Ebola casts a shadow

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama will welcome the leaders of nearly all Africa's nations to Washington this week as part of a first-of-its-kind summit designed to boost economic ties between the United States and Africa. The U.S.-African Leaders...
  • CDC ramps up Ebola response; WHO considers experimental treatments

    WASHINGTON The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday placed their emergency operations center in Atlanta on the highest response level because of the worsening Ebola outbreak in West Africa. The move comes as more cases of the deadly...
  • No serum for Ebola outbreak in Africa, CDC says

    WASHINGTON As two Ebola-stricken U.S. missionaries slowly recover at Emory University Hospital, the disease's death toll soars in West Africa. But the head of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told Congress on Thursday that the...
  • Florida's the scariest state? Only if you're a wimp

    Florida's the scariest state? Only if you're a wimp
    Look out, my fellow Floridians. The industrial fear complex is once again targeting our great state. The latest trumped-up outrage is a ranking of the supposedly "scariest states in America" — where Florida ranked No. 1. Why? Well, according...
  • Gun safety, joyful noise, and Fair Districts: Letters

    Gun safety or control? Mary Sanchez on Sunday demonstrated the meaning of elasticity ("Put politics aside, treat gun safety as public-health issue"). You have to hand it to the liberal columnist: No fact will remain unstretched in her zest to enact gun-...