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  • For abortion foes, a national strategy built at the state level

    For abortion foes, a national strategy built at the state level
    The numbers have changed little over the decades: A majority of Americans support abortion. But across the country, the antiabortion movement has recorded major success in the last four years, part of a well-funded national strategy to legislate...
  • A to-do list for Larry Hogan

    A to-do list for Larry Hogan
    Governor-elect Larry Hogan can't let the euphoria of his upset win last too long because he has precious little time before he takes the reins of state government. He will be sworn in on Jan. 21. His first budget is due two days later, and so are any...
  • Orlando filmmaker's former viral clunker restored by Nissan

    Orlando filmmaker's former viral clunker restored by Nissan
    Luxury has been restored to Orlando-based filmmaker Luke Aker's former busted ride.  Aker's former ride is now on display in the front lobby of the Nissan North America headquarters in Nashville, Tenn. The filmmaker was asked to come to Nashville to...
  • Mediocre stats reflect Clippers' performance on court

    J.J. Redick doesn't want to know any advanced statistics related to the Clippers. He's pretty sure what they would say. "We're not very good on either side of the ball," the shooting guard said Friday. The numbers confirm his suspicions. The...
  • Bondi named in pay-to-look-away scandal

    Bondi named in pay-to-look-away scandal
    Attorneys general are supposed to be crusaders of justice: men and women who aren't afraid to step on toes, take on tough cases and make the bad guys pay. Lately, though, it's been looking like America's AGs are more interested in stepping on private...
  • Turkey Farm Touts Unfrozen Birds That Lived Free Range, Died 'A Very Humane Death'

    Turkey Farm Touts Unfrozen Birds That Lived Free Range, Died 'A Very Humane Death'
    PLAINFIELD — Let's talk turkey. Turkey flesh freezes at 26 degrees. But turkeys at the grocery store only need to be labeled as frozen if they were kept at a temperature of 0 degrees or lower. The rest are considered "hard chilled." "Hard...
  • Why Putin's anti-NATO behavior makes sense to him, and many in Russia

    Why Putin's anti-NATO behavior makes sense to him, and many in Russia
    Russian President Vladimir Putin had an opportunity to lobby for easing international sanctions against his country last month when European and Asian leaders gathered for a summit in Milan, but for his most crucial meeting — a sit-down with...
  • Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry hosts shadow puppeteer Jim Napolitano

    On Nov. 15, Jim Napolitano performed for two sold-out audiences at the Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry. Napolitano performed "Shadows Around the World," one of four programs, built entirely around shadow puppets, that he brings to audiences all...
  • 'Christmas in Eustis' on tap

    "Christmas in Eustis," the Eustis Historical Museum and Preservation Society's main fundraiser, kicks off Nov. 24 and runs through Dec. 7. The annual holiday extravaganza has moved this year to First United Methodist Church, 600 S. Grove St., Eustis....
  • No reason to lift ban on silencers

    No reason to lift ban on silencers
    The National Rifle Association wants it. Silencer manufacturers want it. So if the NRA and money interests want it, you can expect that the state of Florida will very soon lift its 57-year-old ban on silencers for hunters. Even though it's bad...
  • Legislators and lobbyists bond over mai tais on Maui

    Legislators and lobbyists bond over mai tais on Maui
    I got into the news business covering the Washington State Legislature as a student intern for the Walla Walla Union-Bulletin. In those days, lobbyists would host frequent fundraising events for key lawmakers during the legislative session and there was...