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  • Marco Rubio's fury shows Obama did right thing

    Marco Rubio's fury shows Obama did right thing
    WASHINGTON — Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, the Republican Party's point man on Cuba, seemed to be struggling to contain his fury as he responded to President Obama's move Wednesday to normalize relations with the Cold War foe. The Cuban-American...
  • US mission in Havana to become embassy amid thaw

    US mission in Havana to become embassy amid thaw
    A half-century after Washington severed relations with Cuba, the United States' seven-story mission looms over Havana's seaside Malecon boulevard as the largest diplomatic outpost in the country. Cuban guards stand at close intervals on the street...
  • Jimmy Carter: Apply economic sanctions to North Korea's leaders, not its people

    Jimmy Carter: Apply economic sanctions to North Korea's leaders, not its people
    As we contemplate how to strike back at North Korea because it is believed to be behind the hacking of Sony Pictures Entertainment's computer network, the foremost proposal is tightening sanctions. In my visits to targeted countries, I have seen how...
  • Judge Alan Dickey retiring after 37 years on the bench

    Judge Alan Dickey retiring after 37 years on the bench
    SANFORD — Alan Dickey, a popular, low-key, unflappable man who has been a judge in Sanford since Jimmy Carter served as president, retires this week. "I've tried cases all over the state of Florida. I've been in front of 200, 300 judges," said...
  • Some Maryland-based businesses look to Cuban frontier

    Some Maryland-based businesses look to Cuban frontier
    Before the Cuban Revolution, Maryland's relationship with the Caribbean island was lots of sugar and spice. Baltimore-based McCormick & Co. and the defunct Baltimore Spice Co. did business there, and when a sugar refinery opened in 1922, a U.S....
  • From Jameis to Johnny to Jeter, it was a year to remember and forget

    From Jameis to Johnny to Jeter, it was a year to remember and forget
    This is a nostalgic look back at the sports year. Before we get going, a note to fans of Danica Patrick, Kim Jong Un and Will Muschamp's gameplans. Except for the stuff about Jameis Winston being a North Korean spy, this is largely satirical. So as...
  • Here's hoping a strong voice stays loud

    Here's hoping a strong voice stays loud
    I truly hope Abe Foxman has a healthy and happy retirement. I only wish he'd put it off for awhile. Like two decades or so. Turn on the TV or look at the headlines, and you can immediately see why a voice like Foxman's is still desperately needed in a...
  • Mike Mills, Annapurna team up for 1970s drama '20th Century Women'

    Mike Mills, Annapurna team up for 1970s drama '20th Century Women'
    The next film from "Beginners" writer-director Mike Mills will be "20th Century Women," a 1970s-set drama produced by Megan Ellison's Annapurna Pictures, the company announced Friday. Taking place against the backdrop of punk music's arrival in suburban...
  • 30-Word Rant: 12/20

    30-Word Rant: 12/20
    The policy change between the U.S. and Cuba came about because Congress was left out of the discussions; now if we could keep it out of the budget discussions ... It's funny how liberals, talking about falling gasoline prices, say it's like a tax cut,...
  • Obama's move to cut methane emissions may hinge on the economy

    As President Obama tries to build an enduring legacy on climate change, he is finding that the biggest obstacle in his path may not be his many critics in Congress or lawsuits from oil companies but the precarious state of the economy. That much was...
  • A more mature Gov. Brown has less to say in speeches, plenty to do

     A more mature Gov. Brown has less to say in speeches, plenty to do
    Maybe it's because he is a contrarian. But Gov. Jerry Brown doesn't go for conventional celebrating. Also, he now believes, why give two speeches when one will do just fine? Brown announced Monday that he'll combine his fourth-term inaugural address...