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  • Daley looks for path to victory against Quinn

     Daley looks for path to victory against Quinn
    On paper, Bill Daley's resume would appear to put him high on the list of those seeking the governor's office: commerce secretary to President Bill Clinton, chief of staff to President Barack Obama and manager of Vice President Al Gore's White House...
  • Commentary: Global warming activism appears 'contrived'

    Re. "Climate-change science is immune to politics," Mailbag, (Sept. 3): Letter writer Jamie Dow claims science has proven man-made global warming and that this conclusion has nothing to do with politics. I believe she is mistaken. Most of the reports...
  • How to Reduce Fuel Consumption

     
    So you just watched "An Inconvenient Truth" and Al Gore made you self-conscious about the size of your carbon footprint, or maybe you went through last month's credit-card statement and tallied the gas charges. Whatever the impetus, you vowed then......
  • Gansler hires broadcaster Wheelock as media aide

    Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler has hired a veteran broadcast journalist to be his top media relations aide as he prepares to launch his campaign for the Democratic nomination for governor next week. Gansler announced Wednesday that Bob Wheelock,...
  • How I Made It: Eventbrite co-founder Julia Hartz

    The gig: Julia Hartz, 34, is co-founder and president of Eventbrite, the San Francisco company that has carved out a niche in the multibillion-dollar ticketing industry by focusing on the "democratization" of online ticketing. It helps anyone —...
  • For Republicans, 2013 Was Remarkable

    This report on the State of Conservatism comes at the end of an annus mirabilis for conservatives. In 2013, they learned that they may have been wasting much time and effort. Hitherto, they have thought that the most efficient way to evangelize the...
  • South Florida elections get good grades, with room to improve

    South Florida elections get good grades, with room to improve
    As Florida prepares for critical midterm elections in 2014 — including the nation's most-watched governor's race — an outside analysis gives good grades to the way voting is run in Broward and Palm Beach counties. Not that everything's...
  • As Democratic left revives, will Hillary join its ranks?

    WASHINGTON -- Much is being made of former President Bill Clinton's swearing-in of New York's new mayor, Bill de Blasio, with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo at their side at City Hall. The cameo apparently...
  • REVIEW: Larry the Cable Guy doesn't slay, but does 'Git-R-Done' at Sands Bethlehem Event Center

     
    Larry the Cable Guy isn’t raucously funny. He doesn’t make you laugh until your sides hurt or tears stream down your face. Really, he’s like that slightly off-kilter uncle everyone has, whose observations of real life are half...
  • As Democratic left revives, will Hillary Clinton join its ranks? [Commentary]

    As Democratic left revives, will Hillary Clinton join its ranks? [Commentary]
    Much is being made of former President Bill Clinton's swearing-in of New York's new mayor, Bill de Blasio, with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo at their side at City Hall. The cameo apparently sought to declare...
  • Liz Cheney's problem wasn't her famous name

    In one of the many news reports about Liz Cheney's decision to end her bid for the U.S. Senate, Gov. Matt Mead was quoted as saying, "Name recognition and dynasties — that just doesn't fly in Wyoming." He was trying to explain why the 47-year-...