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  • War court judge orders Pentagon to replace USS Cole trial overseer

    GUANTANAMO BAY NAVY BASE, Cuba The military judge presiding at the USS Cole death-penalty trial ordered the Pentagon to replace the senior official and his staff overseeing the war court process, ruling that a since-revoked requirement for judges to...
  • Business Highlights

    ___ Dot-com deja vu: Nasdaq tops 5,000, approaching record high The last time the Nasdaq was this high, Bill Clinton was president, your Internet connection was probably still dial-up and the iPod, iPhone and iPad didn't exist. Fifteen years later...
  • Marco Rubio admits it looks like he'll run in 2016, but no decision yet

    Marco Rubio admits it looks like he'll run in 2016, but no decision yet
    Marco Rubio isn't quite ready to say he's running for president, yet admits it sure does look like he will seek the White House in 2016. "I think that's reflected in both our travel and some of the staffing decisions that we've made," the Florida...
  • Ken Plante: State senator, lobbyist dies at 75

    Ken Plante: State senator, lobbyist dies at 75
    TALLAHASSEE — The often-fractious state capital paused Monday on the eve of the 2015 legislative session to mourn former state Sen. Ken Plante, who died Sunday after a three-year battle with the degenerative disease ALS. Plante, 75, represented...
  • State redistricting is under scrutiny at Supreme Court

    WASHINGTON Supreme Court justices raised tough questions Monday about Arizona's use of an independent commission to draw legislative maps, in a case crucial for political operators and reformers in California and beyond. Conservative justices, in...
  • It's not (quite) so lonely anymore for gay California Republicans

    It's not (quite) so lonely anymore for gay California Republicans
    Saturday, on the eve of the California Republican Party’s historic vote formally welcoming gay Republicans into the fold, a dapper 75-year-old named Fred Schein described his challenges. “It’s very lonely being a gay Republican,”...
  • US officials called 'terrorists' mock Venezuela travel ban

    Conservative U.S. politicians banned from traveling to Venezuela by socialist President Nicolas Maduro are taking the restriction as a badge of honor. Maduro laid out a series of measures against U.S. diplomats and tourists Saturday night, including a...
  • Obama invoking civil rights struggles past and present

    For President Barack Obama, it's a week to invoke America's civil rights struggles from past to present. The nation's first black president plans a speech Saturday from the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, the site of one of the movement's...
  • 2 new airlines begin flying of out Panama City Beach airport

    Two new airlines will be flying out of the Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport near Panama City Beach. Officials last week finalized agreements with United Airlines and Silver Airways. United will start offering flights Thursday on United...
  • Columba Bush got what she was after

    Columba Bush got what she was after
    Any woman lucky enough to snag a politician, a football coach or any high profile husband should count her blessings. I've no compassion for Columba, wife of Jeb Bush, or any lucky ladies who won the husband lottery. Latching onto a high profile guy takes...
  • Oak Ridge LB Jonathan Jones earns invite to Nike's The Opening

    Oak Ridge LB Jonathan Jones earns invite to Nike's The Opening
    Last summer, not many people had heard of Jonathan Jones, the 2016 linebacking sensation at Orlando's Oak Ridge High. Now they know. With the way things were going Sunday at the Nike Football Opening Regional camp at Austin Tindall Park, it was no...