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Election Day

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Top Election Day Articles

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  • Private family life promotes public policy

    In the short time Americans have come to know their new first family, they've learned that the president doesn't want a puppy sleeping on his bed, the girls hate green veggies but at least one loves peanut butter, and the first lady believes her husband...
  • Players remember: Ravens reflect on Super Bowl championship

    Super setup for Stover Nearly 20 years apart, Matt Stover was a member of three separate Super Bowl teams. A decade after being a rookie who was on injured reserve for the New York Giants and nearly a decade before he was a 41-year old mid-season...
  • 10 things you might now know about The Outfit

    The Family Secrets trial has brought Chicago's mob into a spotlight that it hasn't experienced in decades. While Joey "the Clown" Lombardo and other defendants profess their innocence, let's look back at the Outfit's sordid past: 1. Al Capone was known...
  • Tapes reveal unvarnished Blagojevich pushing for campaign money

    Tapes reveal unvarnished Blagojevich pushing for campaign money
    Three days before he was arrested, Rod Blagojevich was getting bad news from his brother Robert. Their goal of boosting the governor's campaign fund to $4 million was quickly fading. The governor was not happy. "Oh, this is no good, forget that. This is...
  • Groups plan registration drive to get Palm Beach County homeless to vote

    Any U.S. citizen 18 or older with identification and an address can register to vote. Now, advocates for the homeless in Palm Beach County want to help even those without addresses do the same thing. "We're trying to help restore [homeless people's]...
  • Sunday Town Review

    COVENTRY — Down by the Mill Brook in South Coventry, an early 19th century farmer kept a Mulberry orchard and the silkworms that feed on that tree. The property likely included a building "where women processed and unwound the cocoons to a thin...
  • Blagojevich trial focus shifts to alleged Senate seat sale attempt

    Blagojevich trial focus shifts to alleged Senate seat sale attempt
    It was right before the 2008 election when then- Gov. Rod Blagojevich first heard that future President Barack Obama had strong feelings about whom he wanted to succeed him in the U.S. Senate. And almost immediately, the governor had a question. "What...
  • Charter could see 1st big updates since '60s

    Huntington Beach residents will vote in November on whether to change their city's charter, which has not seen major updates since the 1960s. The city clerk's office released the formal ballot language Monday, two weeks after the City Council voted to...
  • Campaigns still roll

    The Fourth of July traditionally opens the election campaigns, but City Council incumbents Elizabeth Pearson and Kelly Boyd have been on the stump since early spring. Both have held kick-off events and are collecting donations. Pearson held her second...
  • Jesse Jackson Jr. suffers collateral damage in Blagojevich trial

    Jesse Jackson Jr. suffers collateral damage in Blagojevich trial
    Secret recordings of then- Gov. Rod Blagojevich talking about what he could get in return for a U.S. Senate appointment show that as the federal authorities closed in, there was just one contender he thought he could get a deal with — U.S. Rep....
  • Former governor hit for alleged corruption, grandiosity

    Former governor hit for alleged corruption, grandiosity
    Over the six weeks that prosecutors laid out their case against Rod Blagojevich, witnesses and secret wiretaps portrayed the former governor as extravagant, obsessed with his own looks and image, a lousy steward of his family finances, near-delusional...