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  • Darrell Hammond becomes 'SNL' announcer

    Darrell Hammond becomes 'SNL' announcer
    Darrell Hammond, one of the most talented people to come out of Central Florida, will become the announcer on "Saturday Night Live," succeeding the late Don Pardo. It's a homecoming for the Melbourne-born Hammond, who spent 14 years with the late-...
  • What a lobbyist does: The Lanny Davis/Roger Goodell NFL edition

    Yes, the best defense is a good offense, but sometimes a bad defense is just a bad defense. Sometimes it even makes things worse. For an example, let's look at the defense mounted for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell by noted Washington lobbyist Lanny...
  • Why research is biased against pot to focus on its harm and not its benefits

    Is America's scientific research biased to focus on the harmful effects of drugs? That was one of the questions at the heart of a congressional hearing this summer seeking to understand more comprehensively the scientific evidence related to marijuana....
  • 'I'm back,' Hillary Clinton tells Iowa

    INDIANOLA, Iowa Hillary Rodham Clinton all but kicked off her 2016 White House campaign bid Sunday before a festive crowd of 6,000 in this pivotal state, presenting herself as a child and champion of the still-struggling middle class. Dogged by an...
  • Kenny G makes as much picking stocks as he does playing sax

    Kenny G makes as much picking stocks as he does playing sax
    Kenny G, the best-selling jazz musician who once played at President Bill Clinton's inaugural ball, wakes up every morning to Starbucks. The saxophonist doesn't drink coffee. Instead, the man whose real name is Kenny Gorelick obsessively checks the...
  • A spectacular weekend for Baltimore [Editorial]

    A spectacular weekend for Baltimore  [Editorial]
    After something of a rough week, the city showed off its best to a national audience with this weekend's Star Spangled Spectacular, packing downtown with residents and tourists alike to celebrate a singular moment in American history. The rain cleared...
  • Congress should modernize tax code this year

    Many of my colleagues in Congress insist we should pass legislation to stop or dissuade corporate inversions. I agree. But as we do so, let us first be clear about the actual consequences and motivations of these transactions and, second, let's solve...
  • Thrasher latest in long line of pols to seek university jobs

    Thrasher latest in long line of pols to seek university jobs
    John Thrasher is just the latest in a long line of politicians who wanted to become university presidents. In that way, the state senator who is the perceived front-runner for the top job at Florida State University is no different from, say, Frank...
  • Oscars 2015: A sudden surge for Julianne Moore and 'Still Alice'

    Oscars 2015: A sudden surge for Julianne Moore and 'Still Alice'
    Pundits like to compare the Toronto International Film Festival‎ and the awards season it kicks off to a modern presidential primary. We know the big names coming in--they have, after all, in a sense declared their candidacies months before-- so the...
  • Sen. Bernie Sanders positions self to be the next Ralph Nader

    On the same day that Hillary Clinton returned to Iowa as a potential presidential candidate, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) told a national television audience that he might run for president too -- as a Democrat or as an independent, he hasn't decided...
  • Clinton's bubble separates her from voters

    INDIANOLA, Iowa Hillary Clinton is trapped in a bubble. She's been guarded by the Secret Service since 1993. She hasn't driven a car since 1996. When she shakes hands with voters as she did Sunday in Iowa she's often separated from them by metal...