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  • James Brady's death ruled a homicide 33 years after he was shot

    James Brady's death ruled a homicide 33 years after he was shot
    The death of James Brady has been ruled a homicide after a Virginia medical examiner's office determined the gunshot wound he suffered in 1981 led to his death earlier this week, police officials told the Los Angeles Times. Gwendolyn Crump, chief...
  • Golden State Freeway closures slated for this week

    Golden State Freeway closures slated for this week
    Closures on the northbound and southbound Golden State (5) Freeway are scheduled for the Burbank area early this week, according to the California Department of Transportation. A full closure of the northbound lanes and all ramps between Lankershim...
  • A one-man revolution

    Until now there were two types of peaceful American change. One was a president, like Franklin D. Roosevelt or Ronald Reagan, working with Congress to alter American life from the top down by passing a new agenda. The other was popular reform pressure, as...
  • Electric power restored in Lake Mary

    Electric power restored in Lake Mary
    Power has been restored to about 850 Duke Energy customers in Lake Mary who lost their electricity on Christmas Even when a storm rolled through their area. The outages were near U.S. Highway 17-92 and County Road 427, also known as Ronald Reagan...
  • Torturers must be prosecuted

    Torturers must be prosecuted
    Prosecuting those who commit torture is not optional despite suggestions to the contrary by many in this newspaper ("Release of CIA torture report is an outrage," Dec. 10). Article 7 of the Convention Against Torture signed by President Ronald Reagan in...
  • History repeats itself -- but who notices?

    Observers unburdened by historical memory may not realize how old and familiar this "new" Russia is. As the shale revolution in this country undermines Russia's petroleum-based economy, and it slips into economic recession, Russia is back to being The...
  • Longwood pitches 'pedestrian friendly' plan for Ronald Reagan Blvd

    Longwood pitches 'pedestrian friendly' plan for Ronald Reagan Blvd
    When Terrence Williams opened his barbershop along Ronald Reagan Boulevard in Longwood, he was looking for a spot with high visibility. Ronald Reagan Boulevard, after all, cuts through the center of this Seminole County city, and nearly 30,000 cars and...
  • Broward sheriff, 'dirty trickster' forge unlikely tie

    A campaign operative who built his career on smearing political enemies, publicly calls women the C-word and consulted for attorney-turned-Ponzi-schemer Scott Rothstein has become one of Sheriff Scott Israel's trusted political guides. The sheriff's...
  • Proposed amendments reek of hypocrisy [Commentary]

    Proposed amendments reek of hypocrisy [Commentary]
    Let us now praise Democratic hypocrisy. Throughout my life, various Republicans have suggested amending the Constitution in one way or another. A few years ago, they suggested revising the 14th Amendment to get rid of automatic birthright citizenship....
  • Lift the embargo, but don't destroy Cuba's heritage

    To the editor: News of the U.S. government opening talks with Cuba on normalizing relations and ending the 54-year embargo is long past due; indeed, it recalls Ronald Reagan's "blue jeans and Coca-Cola" strategy in prying open the Iron Curtain that kept...
  • Steven G. Calabresi: 5 myths about lame-duck presidents

    President Barack Obama is now officially a lame duck: no more elections left, and facing GOP majorities in the Senate, House, governors' mansions and even the Supreme Court, in a sense, where five of the nine justices were appointed by Republicans. But...