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  • Hollywood hopes to transform part of A1A from ugly duckling to tourism beauty

    An extreme makeover may be coming to a homely and harried stretch of A1A. The not-so-scenic span of Ocean Drive from Sheridan Street to Hollywood Boulevard would be transformed into a prettier three-lane roadway with generous bike lanes, wide walkways...
  • Crimea euphoria fades for some Russians

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - When she was asked to give up a day's pay to help Crimea, Russian hospital therapist Tatyana could not hide her anger - why should she subsidize others when struggling to make ends meet herself? Living in southern Russia close to the...
  • Tourism group pushes to drop visas for some countries

    Tourism group pushes to drop visas for some countries
    If you listen to Oren Lotringer, Central Florida could become a hotbed for Israeli tourism. It has theme parks, shopping, outdoor adventures and plenty of hotels for Israeli families looking for a taste of the U.S. — all the ingredients his...
  • British PM Cameron under pressure to launch child abuse inquiry

    LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron is facing calls to launch a full-scale inquiry into allegations that well-known politicians abused children in the 1980s, after an official said the government had lost files that may shed light on...
  • China says broad consensus reached on new BRICS bank

    BEIJING (Reuters) - The five BRICS nations have reached a broad consensus on their $100 billion development bank though some differences remain, a senior Chinese diplomat said on Monday ahead of a summit in Brazil next week to be attended by President...
  • The winners and losers in Pa.'s budget battle

    The winners and losers in Pa.'s budget battle
    HARRISBURG — As the first week of a new fiscal year came to a close Friday, Gov. Tom Corbett still had a decision to make: whether or not to sign the $29.1 billion spending plan that doesn't include one of his top policy priorities —...
  • City Center could lead foreign investment push

    City Center could lead foreign investment push
    Stuffed away in two, black 2-inch binders, Kathy Owens thumbs through hundreds of papers, each chapter pegged with a colorful tab. "This is a lot of work," Owens said while shuffling through the contents of one binder in her Virginia Beach office. "This...
  • SAG-AFTRA Leaders Tout 'Significant' Gains in New Contract with Companies

    SAG-AFTRA president Ken Howard and national exec director David White (pictured above) have touted "significant gains" in the union's new tentative deal with production companies -- including a compounded 8.7% hike in minimums over three years and...
  • Virginia voter ID law changes again

    Virginia voter ID law changes again
    RICHMOND — Virginia's voter ID rules have changed again, with a new photo ID requirement officially on the books as of July 1. For most people, the change won't be an issue until November. Just bring a valid driver's license or one of a half dozen...
  • A new tactic to halt child abuse in Maryland

    A new tactic to halt child abuse in Maryland
    Baltimore is changing the way it handles cases of alleged child abuse and neglect — part of a broad social-services strategy that has been touted by Maryland officials but abandoned in some other states. The new approach, which is designed to...
  • South Lake plan for new homes back to drawing board after opposition surfaces

    Plans for a new neighborhood on a rural stretch of lakeside pasture in south Lake have many residents worried about preserving their environment and the rural character surrounding Sawmill Lake west of Clermont. The controversy stems from a plan to...