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  • NATO to end eventful, divisive Libya campaign

     
    NATO ends action in Libya: The North Atlantic Treaty Organization said Friday it will end its controversial Libya operations as of Oct. 31, concluding a seven-month air and sea campaign that played a central role in the ouster of Libyan strongman...
  • Luis Garcia says leadership silence about Hays’ anti-Hispanic remarks is ‘deafening’

     
    Hispanic members of the Legislature have been complaining loudly about Sen. Alan Hays' remarks two weeks ago at a redistricting meeting when he cautioned against the creation of a Hispanic-majority district and said that many “Hispanic-speaking&#...
  • Demagoguery on foreign aid

     
    It's a cheap applause line on the presidential campaign trail to vow to slash or eliminate U.S. foreign aid. That's what Rick Perry was driving at during last week's GOP presidential debate when he said he would take a zero-based budgeting approach to...
  • Cretul appoints not one, but six committees to study oil spill

     
    TALLAHASSEE — There is nothing so cleansing in politics as a special committee appointed to study the pressing public policy issues of the day. Well actually, elections are supposed to be cleansing, too. But since House Speaker Larry Cretul, R-...
  • Heisman Trust has 'no definitive timetable' on Reggie Bush trophy issue

     
    USC already has decided to return its copy of Reggie Bush's Heisman Trophy, but no decision has been made on whether Bush himself will be forced to give up the trophy he won in 2005. Heisman Trust Chairman William Dockery......
  • USC football: Kennedy Pola returns to staff; Jeff Fisher 'disappointed' in Lane Kiffin's 'lack of professionalism'

     
    Kennedy Pola is returning to USC as offensive coordinator, reports Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean. Pola, who was about to start training camp as running backs coach with the Tennessee Titans, replaces running backs coach Todd McNair, a central figure......
  • You really shoulda seen it

     
    ...or at least heard it. But because you have other obligations. Because you’re not a morning person. Because you care but you don’t care that much.... For whatever reason, you were not in line with me outside the Dirksen U.S.......
  • Will U.S. Senate vote to ease Cuba embargo?

     
    By Bill Gibson   Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — A bill that would ease the process of selling food to Cuba is heading toward the Senate floor. The Senate Appropriations Committee on Thursday added the Cuba provision to a broader financial ser...
  • Travon Patterson latest player to flee USC

     
    Travon Patteron latest player to flee USC Travon Patterson, a fifth-year senior wide receiver for USC, has decided to transfer to Colorado....
  • Who needs nukes when Iran's got Ehsan Khajavi?

     
    Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's country quakes before Pres. Obama's threats to Iran over its nuclear weapons program....
  • Report: Reggie Bush apologizes to USC [Updated]

     
    Reggie Bush reportedly apologized to USC Athletic Director Pat Haden for his transgressions that led to NCAA sanctions against the university, according to USA Today. [Updated at 2:32 p.m.: Haden told The Times' Gary Klein Friday that Bush did not......