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  • Thousands in Mexico demand justice over missing students

    Thousands in Mexico demand justice over missing students
    Thousands of people marched in various parts of Mexico on Wednesday to demand justice in the disappearance and possible massacre of 43 college students at the hands of police. Students and their supporters traveled from all over Guerrero state to the...
  • Gov. Jerry Brown's first campaign ads to hit airwaves

    Gov. Jerry Brown's first campaign ads to hit airwaves
    Gov. Jerry Brown will hit the airwaves Wednesday morning with three TV ads, but instead of promoting his reelection bid for a historic fourth term, he will plug the $7.5-billion water bond measure and the state rainy-day fund on the November ballot. The...
  • Brown's attack ads are unworthy [Letter]

    Brown's attack ads are unworthy [Letter]
    I'm so disappointed with Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown. After the primary election, I was considering him as a viable candidate. Not anymore ("No knockout blow," Oct. 8). I can't stand attack ads. I'd rather hear about past accomplishments and how, if elected,...
  • With his jobs record under assault, Team Scott summons Jeb

    With his jobs record under assault, Team Scott summons Jeb
    TALLAHASSEE -- With Florida Democrats launching a potentially damaging new front by attacking Gov. Rick Scott's jobs record, Republicans are hitting back with their biggest star: former Gov. Jeb Bush. It's slightly head-turning: one former Republican...
  • Clinton, Christie stumping in southeastern PA

    Clinton, Christie stumping in southeastern PA
    Pennsylvania politics are hitting the fast-forward button this afternoon, when voters in the southeastern corner of the state will get a preview of the sales pitch from two 2016 presidential contenders. Sure, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton...
  • Orlando community forum precedes Friday's governor debate on Telemundo

    Orlando community forum precedes Friday's governor debate on Telemundo
    The first debate between Gov. Rick Scott and challenger Charlie Crist is Friday in Miami and will be televised at 7 p.m. by Telemundo statewide, including Orlando. Even though the debate is in South Florida, people in Central Florida can get into the...
  • Michael Peevey preempts ouster, will quit Public Utilities Commission

    Michael Peevey preempts ouster, will quit Public Utilities Commission
    Michael Peevey, the controversial and embattled president of the California Public Utilities Commission, announced Thursday that he would not seek reappointment as head of the powerful regulatory body. Peevey's current, six-year term expires Dec. 31....
  • Hogan gains endorsement of small-business group

    Hogan gains endorsement of small-business group
    The National Federation of Independent Business threw its weight Thursday behind Republican Larry Hogan's campaign for governor, calling him the the best choice to control taxes and government spending. The small-business group delivered its endorsement...
  • Illiana toll road wins key vote

    Illiana toll road wins key vote
    The controversial Illiana toll road won a key vote Thursday from a regional planning group. On Wednesday, an effort by a companion agency to block the proposed Illiana toll road fell short. Opponents on the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning&...
  • Sachs-Bogdanoff race is key to GOP supermajority

    Sachs-Bogdanoff race is key to GOP supermajority
    There's the governor's race, and then there's the battle for state Senate district 34. The seat, which straddles the eastern portions of Broward and Palm Beach counties, is that important. If Ellyn Bogdanoff wins the rematch of her unsuccessful 2012...
  • Adrian Wyllie sues to be included in governor's debate

    Adrian Wyllie sues to be included in governor's debate
    With Florida's gubernatorial debates getting underway, Libertarian candidate Adrian Wyllie on Thursday filed a lawsuit to try to get included in a televised debate next week in Broward County. Republican Gov. Rick Scott and his Democratic challenger,...