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  • Walker For Lt. Gov. On Republican Ticket

    Walker For Lt. Gov. On Republican Ticket
    If you harbor the suspicion that state government could run more efficiently and less expensively, you might want to call in a no-nonsense accountant with a green eyeshade to poke around the bureaucratic labyrinth. Someone like David Walker. Mr....
  • Unauthorized immigrants line up for driver's licenses in Colorado

    For most people a trip to the Division of Motors Vehicles is a dreaded event. Humberto Cruz-Salas cannot get there fast enough. A month ago, he hopped out of bed and started dialing the DMV to try to make an appointment. His 2 a.m. effort —...
  • Investigators collecting remains, evidence from MH-17 crash site

    International investigators on Friday collected decomposing remains and belongings of victims of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 disaster after finally getting access to the eastern Ukraine crash site, Dutch officials reported. "We hope that the start...
  • Neel Kashkari goes slumming, misses the bus

    Neel Kashkari goes slumming, misses the bus
    Former investment banker Neel Kashkari, who is the Republican candidate for governor of California, staged a bravura act of political agitprop the other day. Kashkari posed as an unemployed worker in Fresno for a week, searching for work, sleeping...
  • Sinaloa, one of Mexico's most violent states, limits crime coverage

    In one of Mexico’s most violent states, it is now illegal, essentially, for reporters to cover the violence. New laws in Sinaloa, home to Mexico’s most powerful drug cartel and where kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman sheltered for years, bar...
  • Jim Shea: New York Times Feels The Need For Weed

    Weak News Note: Last Sunday, in a full page editorial, the New York Times called for the national legalization of marijuana. Here is a transcript of the meeting at which Times' editorial board and opinion writers decided to take this position. Yo, hey...
  • Next Plan For Old Bristol Mall Site: Food Festival

    Next Plan For Old Bristol Mall Site: Food Festival
    BRISTOL — Bristol Rising, a creation of the company that's trying to jump-start the downtown revitalization, has announced another in its series of community events: A Bristol-centered food festival in early September. Privately, some city...
  • California Rep. Swalwell says he joined O'Malley for 2014, not 2016

    California Rep. Swalwell says he joined O'Malley for 2014, not 2016
    Ready for a "Ready for Martin" movement? This isn't quite that, but a California congressman has taken on a leadership role with the budding political organization of Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley, a potential challenger to former Secretary of State...
  • Judge orders Florida lawmakers to redraw congressional maps by Aug. 15

    The Florida Legislature must submit a revised map of all 27 congressional districts by Aug. 15 and propose a special election to fill those seats, a judge ruled Friday. The decision by Circuit Court Judge Terry Lewis is part of the latest battle over...
  • Swipe and ride [Editorial]

    Swipe and ride  [Editorial]
    Harried commuters will be gratified by the Maryland Public Service Commission's decision last week to require taxicabs operating in Baltimore City to install credit card-reading devices in the back seat where passengers sit. The new rule, which goes...
  • Justice Department eyes changes in Florida voting laws

    Justice Department eyes changes in Florida voting laws
    TALLAHASSEE — A letter from U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder says the Justice Department is monitoring changes to Florida's election laws. Holder wrote to Gov. Rick Scott on July 21 expressing concerns about elections laws and procedures that...