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  • What did Hogan tell the NRA?

    What did Hogan tell the NRA?
    Based on what Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan has said about gun control, it's hard to see what the National Rifle Association would find appealing about him. He has said that although he opposed the strict new gun control legislation Gov....
  • Deasy's exit reflects other school battles across the U.S.

    Deasy's exit reflects other school battles across the U.S.
    John Deasy was one of a group of big-city school leaders to push for radical change: More independent charter schools, using student test scores to help evaluate teachers and relying less on seniority when teachers are laid off. And Deasy's departure as...
  • With Ebola, CDC's Tom Frieden is facing the challenge of his career

    When Dr. Tom Frieden was appointed to head the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in 2009, President Obama praised him as an expert in preparedness and response to health emergencies.  "His experiences confronting public health challenges...
  • Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel glad colleagues didn't ditch 'idiot frat boy'

    Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel glad colleagues didn't ditch 'idiot frat boy'
    Snapchat Chief Executive Evan Spiegel found himself mortified after Valleywag published in May a series of raunchy emails he had sent to fraternity brothers while at Stanford University. He discussed urinating on someone and attempts to get sorority...
  • Malloy Hopes Class Warfare Pays Off

    Malloy Hopes Class Warfare Pays Off
    In television ads and talking points, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and his supporters have sought to portray Republican rival Tom Foley as a heartless businessman incapable of relating to the concerns of working people. Malloy has accused Foley, who made a...
  • Runaway Production Panel: Tax Credits Aren't Going Away

    More than 40 states offer film and TV tax incentives, along with many countries. So what would happen if all those tax credits went away? That was a question posed at the CityLab summit on Tuesday, and the answer from panelists was that it wouldn't...
  • Bipartisan report tallies climate change impact on economy, urges businesses to act

    Bipartisan report tallies climate change impact on economy, urges businesses to act
      Billions of dollars of property damage along the Eastern Seaboard. Sharply reduced yields of corn, wheat and soy at Midwestern farms. Rising sea levels threatening military installations in Southern California. These and other risks from climate...
  • Berkeley vs. Big Soda [Commentary]

    Berkeley vs. Big Soda [Commentary]
    I was phoned the other night in middle of dinner by an earnest young man named Spencer, who said he was doing a survey. Rather than hang up, I agreed to answer his questions. He asked me if I knew a soda tax would be on the ballot in Berkeley, Calif. in...
  • Texas actress sentenced to 18 years for ricin-laced letter to Obama

    Texas actress sentenced to 18 years for ricin-laced letter to Obama
    A Texas actress was sentenced to 18 years in a federal prison on Wednesday for mailing the toxic agent ricin in letters to President Barack Obama, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and a gun control advocate. Shannon Guess Richardson whose career...
  • Bicycling magazine ranks 50 best U.S. biking cities

    Bicycling magazine ranks 50 best U.S. biking cities
    Bicycling magazine has come out with its once-every-two-years ranking of America's 50 best cities for cycling, and Orlando doesn't make the list. I would say this is not that surprising except for the fact that Miami ranks 29th. Perhaps things have...
  • New York celebrity groundhog dead after fall from mayor's grasp

    NEW YORK, - A restless groundhog that squirmed out of New York Mayor Bill de Blasio's hands and fell to the floor at this year's Groundhog Day celebration has died, zoo officials said on Thursday. New York has held the annual Feb. 2 Groundhog Day...