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  • Offshore drilling debate heats up [Letter]

    A new study published last week should act as a conversation starter about drilling for oil and gas off the Atlantic coast. The U.S. Department of Interior is considering offering lease sales off the Atlantic seaboard for oil and gas production in 2018....
  • No resolution on Peterson situation

    The Sports Xchange By Dan Myers, The Sports Xchange No resolution on Peterson situation MINNEAPOLIS -- There are more questions than answers for the Minnesota Vikings following their 30-7 loss to the New England Patriots Sunday at TCF Bank Stadium....
  • Vikings reinstate RB Peterson

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Update4 with Zimmer comments Vikings reinstate RB Peterson The Minnesota Vikings announced Monday that running back Adrian Peterson will fully participate in this week's practices and meetings and is expected to play in...
  • Adrian Peterson Activated By Vikings; Likely To Play This Week

    The Minnesota Vikings announced Monday that running back Adrian Peterson will fully participate in this week's practices and meetings and is expected to play in New Orleans. Peterson was deactivated by the Vikings for this past Sunday's game on Friday...
  • Constitutional law experts Yoo, Turley, debate Islamic State action at CNU

    Constitutional law experts Yoo, Turley, debate Islamic State action at CNU
    NEWPORT NEWS — Constitutional law professors Jonathan Turley and John Yoo on Monday offered sharply different opinions on the appropriate use of presidential war power at a forum on the campus of Christopher Newport University. The pair debated in...
  • Washington fears vote for Scottish independence could damage 'special relationship'

    Ahead of Thursday's referendum on Scottish independence, U.S. policy makers are speaking out albeit tentatively in support of a united United Kingdom. "Our 'special relationship' with the United Kingdom is unparalleled," House Foreign Affairs...
  • Frankel and Deutch seek info to quell `human trafficking'

    Frankel and Deutch seek info to quell `human trafficking'
     Some of the temporary foreign workers who are brought to Florida to harvest crops are being exploited by human traffickers and abusive employers who treat them as sex slaves or thrust them into other degrading roles, U.S. Reps. Lois Frankel and Ted...
  • Immigration reform school [Commentary]

    Immigration reform school [Commentary]
    Time for a brutal assessment regarding the state of immigration reform in America. Extreme partisans on both sides of the aisle — you will not like what you read over the next two minutes. Hopefully, the rest of you will chew on it for a bit....
  • 3 young Germans critique Chicago: Bigger and better

    3 young Germans critique Chicago: Bigger and better
    Immigrants can wind up working in amazing careers here in the U.S. Take three Germans who arrived in Chicago just two weeks ago. They proudly call themselves journalists. Astonishing — especially when you consider that they are only 9, 7 and 4 years...
  • How 'identity proofing' saved NJ millions

    WASHINGTON Just days after Harold Wirths took office as New Jersey's labor and workforce development chief in 2010, authorities uncovered a fraud case involving millions in improper unemployment insurance payments that even had a link to organized crime....
  • Man admits stealing driver IDs for tax money

    Man admits stealing driver IDs for tax money
    A Broward County man with some very distinctive facial tattoos — including the Bentley car logo inked on his forehead — pleaded guilty to aggravated identity theft and possessing other people's social security numbers Wednesday. Derek...