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  • Farmington's Heritage Is A Look Worth Keeping

    George Washington passed through Farmington on several occasions during the Revolutionary War and is said to have called the town "the village of pretty houses." If the town isn't careful, the next president to ride through might call it "the village of...
  • After iCloud hack and 'anti-date-rape' nail polish, feminists too quick to pull 'victim-blaming' trigger

    After iCloud hack and 'anti-date-rape' nail polish, feminists too quick to pull 'victim-blaming' trigger
    Call it the date-rape nail polish syndrome: Someone comes up with an apparently practical way for women to protect themselves against sexual assault, and, faster than it takes for a manicure to dry under a salon lamp, feminists will unite to denounce...
  • Wasserman Schultz leads Democrats' jabs at Chris Christie on Bridgegate anniversary

    Wasserman Schultz leads Democrats' jabs at Chris Christie on Bridgegate anniversary
    U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Weston led Democratic Party media event on Monday to remind potential voters about New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s “Bridgegate” scandal. Wasserman Schultz, chairwoman of the Democratic National...
  • When news moves faster than humans can travel, it changes everything

    At the start of World War I, a century ago last month, the Pacific Ocean was flecked with little islands whose only means of communication with the larger world was by steamer. Residents of American Samoa got a radio in July 1914, according to a...
  • Clinton's lead over GOP candidates shrinking

    WASHINGTON Potential Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's lead over a crowded prospective Republican field has narrowed and her support has slipped below 50 percent, according to a new McClatchy-Marist poll. Clinton remains ahead of...
  • Obama fails History 101

    President Obama doesn't know much about history. In his therapeutic 2009 Cairo speech, Obama outlined all sorts of Islamic intellectual and technological pedigrees, several of which were undeserved. He exaggerated Muslim contributions to printing and...
  • Rutgers hires Bernhardt as assistant coach

    Rutgers hires Bernhardt as assistant coach
    Men's lacrosse Rutgers hires Bernhardt as assistant coach Rutgers hired Chesapeake Bayhawks midfielder Jesse Bernhardt (Maryland) as an assistant coach. Bernhardt, a two-time captain with the Terps, worked this spring with his alma mater as a...
  • Manhattan DA probes secret settlement between Port Authority, seaport company

    HACKENSACK, N.J. The Manhattan District Attorney's Office is investigating a secret $25 million legal settlement between the Port Authority and a politically connected seaport company that excused $15 million in unpaid rent at the docks in Brooklyn and...
  • Since Obamacare, rate of growth in L.A. County ER visits slows

    Since Obamacare, rate of growth in L.A. County ER visits slows
    The pace of growth in Los Angeles County emergency room visits slowed in the early months of Obamacare, according to state records that offer a first local look at a key objective of the healthcare overhaul. During the first three months of expanded...
  • 10 things you might not know about the lottery

     10 things you might not know about the lottery
    Gov. Pat Quinn decided this month not to take any more chances with Northstar Lottery Group, the company that runs the Illinois Lottery, after it fell far short of promised revenue. Northstar's firing was one of several recent lottery-related news...
  • Boca Raton author explores history of moonshine in the American South

    Boca Raton author explores history of moonshine in the American South
    Check out any well-stocked bar these days, and you’ll see apple pie and cherry flavored moonshine right next to the melon vodka and Japanese scotch. How moonshine, once the illegal hooch of the Appalachian South, became a legal part of cocktail...