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Freedom of the Press

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  • Finding ways to talk to your toddler

    Finding ways to talk to your toddler
    You want to enrich your toddler's vocabulary. What do you talk to him about? Parent advice From our panel of staff contributors We used to switch between "What's this?" (naming various objects) and "Where's this?" (searching for those same objects)....
  • Letters: Egypt's choices and U.S. options

    Re "The limits of democracy," Opinion, Aug. 27 Tsvi Bisk castigates those "preoccupied" with the concept of democracy in Egypt. His analysis is based on three mistaken assumptions. First, Bisk says we should focus on "constitutionalism" rather than...
  • Letters: About that well-regulated militia

    Re "The real right to bear arms," Opinion, Sept. 8 The point was once frequently made that the National Guard was our "well-regulated militia" and that, therefore, there was no need for citizens to keep their muskets at hand. Today, National Guard...
  • More cruise passengers lured by a private balcony

    More cruise passengers lured by a private balcony
    The Titanic didn't have them. Neither did the snooty Queen Elizabeth 2 or the swinging TV "Love Boat" Pacific Princess. But now many travelers refuse to cruise if they don't have a balcony cabin. "The first couple times I cruised I had a porthole...
  • Free speech challenged in Carroll [Letter]

    Free speech challenged in Carroll [Letter]
    I read the article, "Prayer case plaintiffs file for contempt" (April 3) with great interest since it quotes Bruce Holstein's comments at a Carroll County Commissioners meeting regarding a federal court injunction that temporarily bars the commissioners...
  • Shelly Sterling will go to court to resolve dispute

    Shelly Sterling will go to court to resolve dispute
    The mental state of Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling is becoming the central issue in the proposed sale of the team. Sterling's wife, Shelly Sterling, and her attorneys plan to seek an emergency order from a California probate court on...
  • Crossovers, trucks outsell cars, indicating a healthy economy

    Crossovers, trucks outsell cars, indicating a healthy economy
    Trucks continue to outsell cars, and that could be a good sign. So far this year, cars account for 47.4 percent of U.S. sales, according to data from WardsAuto. Analyst Haig Stoddard forecasts light trucks will outsell cars for the foreseeable future....
  • Chan Lowe: The KKK flag display

    Chan Lowe: The KKK flag display
    That a Palm Beach County citizen should choose this particular week to fly his KKK flag and hang a noose in front of his home was probably an inadvertent act. It happens, though, to be Sunshine Week, when media organizations around the country are...
  • Hillary Clinton teases, but doesn't tip her hand during speech at UM

    Hillary Clinton teases, but doesn't tip her hand during speech at UM
    – The one question on everyone's mind was the one she didn't answer. Hillary Clinton spoke for 62 minutes Wednesday evening without giving a clear indication of whether she plans to run for president in 2016. There were a few tantalizing...
  • Ted Deutch condemns Supreme Court decision lifting campaign contribution limits

    Ted Deutch condemns Supreme Court decision lifting campaign contribution limits
    Original post | 11:31 a.m. Updated 3:40 p.m. U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch, a Broward-Palm Beach county Democrat, is strongly criticizing Wednesday’s decision from the U.S. Supreme Court on campaign finance contribution limits. He was later joined by...
  • Wall Street would cheer Time Warner Cable sale but media watchdogs worry

    Time Warner Cable might have its own cord cut. Two big cable operators — Comcast Corp. and Charter Communications — are interested in acquiring Time Warner Cable, the nation's second-largest cable operator, which boasts more than 1 million...