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Ronald Reagan

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  • Karen Grady: Developmental Disabilities Month reminder to help people reach full potential

    The Arc of Lehigh and Northampton Counties is proud to join advocates across the country to recognize March as Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. We are working with individuals and families every day to improve the lives of people with...
  • Review: 'Cesar Chavez' captures only the shell of the complicated man

    Cesar Chavez, the man who became the face of disenfranchised California farmworkers, was many things: courageous, controversial, quietly charismatic, politically astute, singular in his focus. "Cesar Chavez" the movie, starring Michael Peña as the...
  • Robert Kagan: The president's paradox of foreign policy

    Robert Kagan: The president's paradox of foreign policy
    Whether one likes President Obama's conduct of foreign policy or not, the common assumption is that the administration is at least giving the American people the foreign policy they want. The majority of Americans have opposed any meaningful U.S. role...
  • Startup Newport News airline applies for slots at Reagan National Airport

    Startup Newport News airline applies for slots at Reagan National Airport
    People Express Airlines, the fledgling low-cost passenger airline based in Newport News, has applied to the U.S. Department of Transportation for two slots at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. The application, dated March 14, was submitted by...
  • 'Cesar Chavez' a noble, intimate and modestly inspiring portrait

    "Cesar Chavez" is a Mexican-American "42," a quietly inspiring and well-acted tale of a civil rights icon whose story isn't nearly as familiar as Jackie Robinson's. But then, Chavez wasn't a ball player. He was a union organizer. And while Robinson,...
  • OIA gun arrests rarely end with convictions

    OIA gun arrests rarely end with convictions
    Orlando International has one of the nation's toughest arrest policies when people are caught with firearms at security checkpoints. But the scale tilts toward leniency when it comes to prosecuting those people. Just one of the 42 cases sent to the...
  • Obama library can generate hope and change

     Obama library can generate hope and change
    For people who don't live in the South Side neighborhood of Washington Park, there is hardly a reason to take the CTA's Green Line to the Garfield station. Though barely a mile from the stately University of Chicago campus, the desolate block of East...
  • Lafayette soccer goalie Volodymyr Humenyuk and family love America, but worry about family and friends in Ukraine

    JAMES CITY — The eyes that see America most clearly as "a shining city on a hill" and "the last best hope of man on earth" that President Ronald Reagan spoke of, are often those of immigrants. Some here lament the decline of the United States, but...
  • Hampton Police Division honors officers, citizens

    The Hampton Police Division recently honored several police officers — and three city residents — for their roles in fighting crime or helping other people. Officer Angelo Harris was selected as "Police Officer of the Year" for 2013. That...
  • T.J. Simers: Wild opener at Dodger Stadium

    LOS ANGELES I'm shaking Sandy Koufax's hand on opening day in Dodger Stadium, talking Final Four basketball with him and how is your work day going? Sometimes it's nice to be reminded how lucky one can be, and I'll get to Yasiel Puig in a moment, but...
  • Internet has changed game for motor vehicle buyers and sellers

    Back in the days when President Ronald Reagan was staring down the Soviet Union, buying a car was often a prolonged process requiring considerable patience and mental endurance from both buyer and salesperson. A typical visit to an auto dealership...