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  • 11:25 p.m. Tuesday UPDATE: Multi-sport high school results

    Field hockey Grafton 3, Jamestown 0 Walsingham Ac. 2, Nansemond-Suffolk Ac. 0 Hampton Roads Ac. 5, Williamsburg Christian Ac. 1   BRUTON 5, LAFAYETTE 0 Half: 2-0. Goals: Burket 2, Hill 2, Everettte. Assists: McCurdy 3, Pauley, Hill, Everette, Copeman....
  • Republicans are making new friends -- in Silicon Valley

    Republicans are making new friends -- in Silicon Valley
    Until recently, conventional wisdom among political consultants was that Silicon Valley was a hotbed of left libertarianism -- individualistic entrepreneurs who wish to be left alone by the government, free from taxes -- or at least high ones -- and...
  • Fall Dance: Traditional ('Nutcracker') Meets Non-Traditional (Social Media)

    Fall Dance: Traditional ('Nutcracker') Meets Non-Traditional (Social Media)
    This season an array of dance offerings will entertain, amaze with athleticism, and even reflect on social issues — such as the slippery slope of social media — are we more connected, or less? And, what is up with the obsession over "selfies?"...
  • Libertarian mood in GOP wanes as Mideast concern rises

    Libertarian mood in GOP wanes as Mideast concern rises
    The Republican Party's libertarian tide, which waxed strongly over the last four years, has begun to recede in the face of growing public fears about Islamic militancy in the Mideast. The latest evidence of the shift comes from a Pew Research Center...
  • U.S. threatened Yahoo with big fines for not divulging user data

    The federal government once threatened to fine Yahoo $250,000 a day for not complying with a national security-related request to hand over user data, the company said Thursday. The announcement, which was first reported by the Washington Post, comes as...
  • U.S. threatened hefty fines to make Yahoo hand over user data

    U.S. threatened hefty fines to make Yahoo hand over user data
    The U.S. government in 2008 threatened to fine Yahoo Inc $250,000 a day if it failed to turn over customer data to intelligence agencies, according to documents unsealed on Thursday.  The documents shed new light on how the government dealt with U.S....
  • 11:59 p.m. Thursday UPDATE: Multi-sport high school results

    Football Kecoughtan 42, Denbigh 7   Field hockey Cape Henry Collegiate 8, York 1 New Kent 6, Northumberland 0 KECOUGHTAN 4, HAMPTON 0 Goals: Tiffany Parra 2, Jamie Love, Paige Beard.   WARWICK 3, WOODSIDE 0 Half: 2-0. Goals: Olivia DiVincenzo, Amanda...
  • For U.S. tech firms, China entices in spite of tight state control

    The sheer size of the Chinese market is so alluring to Western companies that even pro-internet freedom firms like CloudFlare may have to put moral outrage to the side in their pursuit of new business. San Francisco-based CloudFlare has a policy of...
  • Holder, Clapper endorse reforms in bulk collection of intelligence

    Two top Obama administration officials this week endorsed proposed reforms in the intelligence community’s bulk collection of data on Americans. Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. and Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper wrote to Sen....
  • America the beautiful is being destroyed

    America the beautiful is being destroyed
    On the Sunday of Labor Day weekend, we sang "America the Beautiful" in church. This country is blessed and beautiful. Its national parks are breathtaking. Many people are warm, friendly and kind. But there is a breakdown of our country that has been...
  • What is Congress doing about cyberthreats and hackers?

    The recent disclosures that hackers had made off with nude celebrity photos stored on Apple's iCloud and credit card information collected by Home Depot were just the latest in a seemingly endless series of headline-grabbing data thefts. But the timing...