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  • Orlando Cares volunteer program draws support from city leaders

    City Commissioner Robert F. Stuart joined Mayor Buddy Dyer in going back to school at the beginning of the month -- with books in hand. Stuart, whose district includes College Park and Ivanhoe Village, and Dyer took part in the Read-Around-the-School...
  • Gansler sharpens attacks on Brown

    Gansler sharpens attacks on Brown
    Democrat Douglas F. Gansler sharpened his public attacks against rival Anthony G. Brown, charging Wednesday that his chief political opponent "did absolutely nothing" during his tenure as lieutenant governor and failed at the two main tasks he was given....
  • Rockhaven may open for development

    Rockhaven may open for development
    Glendale officials are opening the door to possibly developing a historic sanitarium, known as Rockhaven, about six years after the city bought the $8.25-million site to save it from development. But this time around, preservationists are onboard with...
  • California's water wars reach 'new level of crazy'

    FRESNO, Calif. California water authorities are killing salmon and destroying farming. They're endangering shorebirds, threatening city taps and quite possibly raising the crime rate. That's a sampling of the four dozen comments and protests on the...
  • On this date in history: Churchill knighted

    On this date in history: Churchill knighted
    On April 24, 1953, Winston Churchill was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II. After an illustrious military career, Churchill resigned his commission to focus on literary and political pursuits. He was elected to Parliament in 1900 as a Conservative MP...
  • Tokyo governor says "great significance" to Beijing visit

    BEIJING (Reuters) - The governor of the Japanese capital Tokyo said on Thursday there was "great significance" in his visit to the Chinese capital and the trip could be a step toward repairing strained bilateral ties. Hopes have run high for the visit at...
  • China welcomes Palestinian unity deal, hopes will help peace

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China's foreign ministry welcomed on Thursday a unity pact agreed between the Gaza-based Islamist group Hamas and President Mahmoud Abbas' Palestine Liberation Organisation, saying Beijing hoped this would help peace talks with Israel....
  • Macedonia's conservative PM set to win snap election

    SKOPJE (Reuters) - Macedonian voters look likely to hand conservative Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski a third term in a snap parliamentary election on Sunday, opting for relative economic stability and shrugging off opposition claims of creeping...
  • Kashmiris shun polls as Modi challenges for power in India

    ANANTNAG, India (Reuters) - Mohammad Amin Pandith, a smallholder and father-of-three from Indian-controlled Kashmir, was lured from his home at night by a man in army uniform, dragged along a potholed lane and shot in the back of the head. His execution,...
  • Obama reaffirms commitment to Japan on tour of Asia allies

    Obama reaffirms commitment to Japan on tour of Asia allies
    TOKYO (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama assured ally Japan on Thursday that Washington was committed to its defense, including of tiny isles at the heart of a row with China, but denied he had drawn any new "red line" and urged peaceful dialogue...
  • Thai opposition leader seeks compromise to avert bloodshed

    BANGKOK (Reuters) - Alarmed by the prospect of bloodshed in Thailand as a six-month political crisis nears a critical juncture, former Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has called for talks between the government and its foes, urging compromise to...