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  • Hearty Meal For Hockey Starved State

    Hearty Meal For Hockey Starved State
    A Boston College man, the governor of our state, made this night happen. A former Boston College coach defeated his mentor, a man he called the John Wooden and Bear Bryant of his sport, in a night that jumped for hockey like it hadn't in a long, long time...
  • Malloy Hints at A More Casual Style in Second Term

    Malloy Hints at A More Casual Style in Second Term
    In his first official press conference after Tuesday's election, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy was was asked by veteran Associated Press reporter Susan Haigh if intends to change his style of governing. Perhaps, after a hard-fought race, it's time soften some...
  • Maryland's musical chairs election

    Maryland's musical chairs election
    The election is over. No one won or lost. The two gentlemen who campaigned for governor were political twins. Neither man was inspiring, hopeful or effective. We are back on the same political bus with a new driver. Our destination is the same as it was....
  • Jerry Brown plans final touches on legacy as California governor

    Jerry Brown plans final touches on legacy as California governor
    In what may be the last act of a political career spanning more than four decades, Jerry Brown will begin his fourth and final term as governor uniquely positioned to build his legacy as California's longest-serving chief executive. On Wednesday morning...
  • Alli Awards honor individuals and businesses in the arts

    Alli Awards honor individuals and businesses in the arts
    The 2014 Alli Awards will be handed out Sunday, Nov. 9, in downtown Norfolk. Sponsored by the Cultural Alliance of Greater Hampton Roads, the awards honor individuals and businesses that have made a significant contribution to the region's arts and...
  • What Brown should have said

    What Brown should have said
    Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown thanked his supporters in his concession speech ("It's Hogan," Nov. 5). This is what he should have said: "I am sorry and I apologize to my loyal supporters. If I had done my job and made sure the Maryland health insurance...
  • Texas Gov. Rick Perry slams abuse of power charge at court hearing

    Texas Gov. Rick Perry slams abuse of power charge at court hearing
    Texas Governor Rick Perry made his first court appearance on Thursday to answer felony abuse of power charges and afterward criticized a special prosecution that has cast a shadow over his possible Republican presidential run in 2016. Lawyers for Perry ...
  • Mr. Rauner: Advice from a Democrat who voted for you

    Mr. Rauner: Advice from a Democrat who voted for you
    As a Democrat who voted for Republican Bruce Rauner, I'd like to offer 10 suggestions to make him an effective governor. 1) Send your campaign staff home. The campaign by both sides was disgraceful. Too much money, too many commercials, too much nasty...
  • Brown's loss was a defeat for Gov. O'Malley's presidential aspirations as well

    Brown's loss was a defeat for Gov. O'Malley's presidential aspirations as well
    Well, so much for the power of an endorsement by The Sun ("Brown for governor," Oct. 25). This election was more a referendum on the last eight years of Gov. Martin O'Malley than anything else. I think the working-class people of this state were fed...
  • UC seeking 5% tuition increases in each of next five years

    UC seeking 5% tuition increases in each of next five years
    For the first time in four years, UC leaders are proposing tuition increases — as much as 5% in each of the next five years — to help cover rising costs and to expand the enrollment of California students. For undergraduates who are...
  • Bruce Rauner elected governor

    Bruce Rauner elected governor
    I work the late shift nearly every election day, and it's always similar: hours of waiting and then a frenzy of activity during deadline rush. Fortunately, I often end with with the winner, which photographically speaking is usually more fun. That was...