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  • Intent clear on subsidies for insurance

    Floridians should hope that judicial activists who want to undermine the Affordable Care Act don't succeed, and there's no good reason they should. Last Tuesday, a pair of federal appeals courts issued conflicting rulings on similar challenges to the...
  • Former Virginia governor, wife go on trial on corruption charges

    Former Virginia governor, wife go on trial on corruption charges
    RICHMOND Va. (Reuters) - A jury was selected on Monday to hear the federal corruption trial of former Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, with the couple charged with selling political favors for a loan, gifts and vacations....
  • Parks Show Effect Of Cost On Demand

    "To encourage everyone to visit a state park this Centennial year, we are waiving fees at our parks this Saturday and Sunday," Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said [July 24, Page 1, "Free Pass At State parks, Museums"]. This came to mind as I drove down Route 9...
  • Rocket blasts off with U.S. ‘neighborhood watch’ spy satellites

    (Reuters) - An unmanned Delta 4 rocket blasted off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on Monday with a pair of U.S. military satellites designed to keep watch on other countries' spacecraft. The 206-foot (63-meter) tall rocket, built by...
  • Traffic Isn't Malloy's Fault

    Regarding the story "In Traffic, Candidate Starts Tweet War" [July 25, Connecticut], is lieutenant governor candidate David Walker really serious? Walker got stuck in traffic, so, looking for a scapegoat, he illegally tweeted, "It's time to fire...
  • Lost in Afghanistan: US can't track weapons it sends

    WASHINGTON The Pentagon has shipped Afghan security forces tens of thousands of excessive AK-47 assault rifles and other weapons since 2004 and many have gone missing, raising concerns that they've fallen into the hands of Taliban or other insurgents....
  • U.S. senator to propose strong curbs on NSA phone data collection

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A new Senate proposal to curb the government's bulk collection of Americans' telephone records and increase transparency about the program has White House backing and may get more traction with critics who have dismissed other bills...
  • Rebuilt James River Fishing Pier to maintain most of its length

    Rebuilt James River Fishing Pier to maintain most of its length
    NEWPORT NEWS — The reconstructed James River Fishing Pier will likely maintain a length close to its origial 3,000 feet, instead of being shortened to 1,250 feet, as previously planned. City leaders budgeted $4.4 million for demolition of the pier...
  • LAPD: 5 arrests made in connection with deadly assault of USC student

    LAPD: 5 arrests made in connection with deadly assault of USC student
    Five people are in custody in connection with the deadly assault on a USC graduate student whose body was found in his apartment near campus last week, Los Angeles police said.  Los Angeles police said they believe Xinran Ji, 24, staggered into his 30th...
  • Spain's Felipe VI to keep royals out of private sector

    MADRID (Reuters) - Members of Spain's scandal-tinged royal family will not be allowed to work for private firms and palace accounts will be subject to external audit under new rules imposed by King Felipe VI to help the monarchy regain public favor....
  • No more aid to the Palestinian Authority

    The anti-Semitic "tradition" of blaming Jews for the world's problems mostly took a temporary back seat in light of the indiscriminate rocket attacks on Israel by the terrorist group Hamas. Major newspaper editorials condemned Hamas, but their...