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  • What comes after the collapse of the peace talks?

    After nine months of Secretary of State Kerry's peace talks, it's official that the baby was still-born. In the aftermath of its death we are left with assigning blame and pondering the next moves by Israel, the Palestinians and the United States....
  • Winter Park seeking public input for plans for the future

    Winter Park seeking public input for plans for the future
    Charting the city of Winter park’s future, Randy Knight noted, is a huge task, and one that really can only work with the thoughts, ideas and creativity of everyone living there. As the city of Winter Park begins exploring ways to make the city...
  • Qatari: US intervention in Iraq would be seen as 'war' on Sunni Arabs

    DOHA, Qatar A former Qatari ambassador to the United States offered up a warning to the Obama administration Monday that any military intervention on behalf of the government of Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki would be seen as an act of "war" on...
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  • Keeping workplaces drug-free: Front & Center

    With Gov. Rick Scott's effort to drug-test state employees and the push for medical marijuana, drugs and their impact on the Sunshine State fill the news. Recently, the Editorial Board conducted an email interview with Apopka's Phil Dubois, the new...
  • U.N. pulls some staff from Baghdad as Iraqi forces attack militants

    U.N. pulls some staff from Baghdad as Iraqi forces attack militants
    Pro-government forces in Iraq launched a counteroffensive Monday to try to retake a northern town seized by an extremist Sunni Muslim faction whose week-old onslaught threatens to dismember the country and touch off a bloody sectarian struggle....
  • Appeals court reverses decision in local terrorism prosecution

    Appeals court reverses decision in local terrorism prosecution
    A federal appeals court in Chicago on Monday struck down an unprecedented lower court ruling that gave defense attorneys access to classified documents filed with the top-secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court in a local terrorism case....
  • Netanyahu demands Palestinian help in search for missing teens

    JERUSALEM With no signs of progress toward finding three Israeli teenagers thought to have been kidnapped Thursday in the West Bank, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu demanded help Monday from Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and told...
  • Ukraine's president vows to seal borders, seek cease-fire this week

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko vowed Monday to recover control over his country's eastern borders by the end of this week and propose a cease-fire with pro-Russia separatists whose nearly three-month battle with government troops has taken 300...
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  • Obama weighs direct action against insurgents in Iraq

    Facing the threat of sectarian conflict engulfing the Middle East, President Obama indicated Thursday that he may order direct military action in Iraq, a step he has ruled out since the U.S. ended its long war there. A number of former administration...