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  • ACLU files open records request for police phone data-sharing program

    ACLU files open records request for police phone data-sharing program
    A civil liberties group is pressing for more information about an agreement between five local police departments to share telephone data collected during criminal investigations. The ACLU of Virginia filed an open-records request on Wednesday to Newport...
  • Middle class value claims are a 'joke' [Commentary]

    Middle class value claims are a 'joke' [Commentary]
    It's the political season, which explains another column of "Things That Bug Me." Herewith my latest list for your consideration: Unemployment news that fails to note our declining labor force. Labor force participation is at a low last reached in...
  • Ottawa shooter had sought Libyan passport, embassy official says

    Ottawa shooter had sought Libyan passport, embassy official says
    The man suspected of shooting dead a Canadian soldier on Wednesday had sought a Libyan passport in recent days but had been unsuccessful, an official at the Libyan embassy in Ottawa said on Friday. "Even if your father was born in Libya, there are...
  • Houston mayor says daughter was denied driver's test because she has two moms

    The daughter of Houston Mayor Annise Parker was briefly denied the chance to take a driving test this week because her birth certificate and other documentation indicated she has two mothers, the mayor said. Parker, who married her longtime partner,...
  • Colombia niega entrada a personas que hayan visitado países africanos afectados por ébola

    Colombia niega entrada a personas que hayan visitado países africanos afectados por ébola
    BOGOTÁ - Colombia anunció que prohibirá el ingreso de todas las personas que durante el último mes hayan estado en Sierra Leona, Liberia, Guinea y Nigeria, para prevenir la entrada y expansión del virus del ébola en su territorio, convirtiéndose en el...
  • Suspect left many threats, court told

    Suspect left many threats, court told
    The ex-boyfriend accused of killing Nailah Franklin left a voice-mail message threatening to have her "erased" shortly before her murder, prosecutors alleged Monday.  Prosecutors said that surveillance cameras in Franklin's building captured her and...
  • Out of foreclosure, Coral Springs mayor takes up fight for better banks

    Out of foreclosure, Coral Springs mayor takes up fight for better banks
    The city's mayor is out of foreclosure, and he said the experience was so awful he is now mulling becoming an activist. Last year, Citimortgage Inc. — the company Vince Boccard refinanced his mortgage with — filed for foreclosure. He said...
  • How young must you be to get hired?

    DEAR JOYCE: A friend advises me to shave a few years off my resume to beat ageism and get hired. What are the chances my age shaving will be revealed by a background check? -- No Initials. Most employers run a Social Security Number scan to verify...
  • Send a message to D.C. on Election Day

    Send a message to D.C. on Election Day
    For those of you inclined to send a message to Washington on Election Day, herewith a list of grievances that should get you plenty revved up: Spending: A federal debt approaching $18 trillion. Interest on the debt cost taxpayers $221 billion last...
  • Apple Pay, free Google Wallet a secure way to pay at registers

    Apple Pay, free Google Wallet a secure way to pay at registers
    Timing is everything. When Apple Pay made splashy headlines with its debut on Monday, news was breaking on another retail front. Another cyber security breach was being investigated, this time at Staples. Already, more than a hundred million...
  • Cosmetic surgery fraudster gets 20 years for $4M scam

    Cosmetic surgery fraudster gets 20 years for $4M scam
    A Clermont woman who spent $4 million from fraudulent income-tax returns on cosmetic surgeries, luxury cars and an Orlando restaurant was recently sentenced to federal prison. Orlando-based U.S. District Judge Roy B. Dalton, Jr. sentenced Tanya Fox to...