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  • '24: Live Another Day' recap: Big trouble for the president

    '24: Live Another Day' recap: Big trouble for the president
    So what have we learned since lunch time? Jack Bauer is in London, he’s there to thwart a plot to kill the president of the United States. Why? Because if POTUS dies on foreign soil, that would mean World War III. Unfortunately, President Heller...
  • Libya's parliament ducks fighting to meet in eastern city of Tobruk

    Libya's newly elected parliament gathered for the first time Saturday, choosing the relatively peaceful eastern city of Tobruk to avoid the deteriorating security situation in the capital, Tripoli. The emergency meeting to discuss the crisis in the...
  • Wanzie Presents' 2014 season

     Wanzie Presents' 2014 season
    Playwright Michael Wanzie's fall season will be devoted to preparing his new holiday comedy, which will debut at the Parliament House in November. "Wanzie's Orange Blossom Trail Living Nativity Christmas Spectacular" is the lengthy title — but...
  • Fighting rages in eastern Ukraine; West steps up Russia sanctions

    Fighting rages in eastern Ukraine; West steps up Russia sanctions
    Ukraine’s fight against pro-Russia separatists continued at a feverish pace Tuesday as the European Union and the U.S. moved to toughen sanctions against Moscow. As battles flared in several eastern Ukrainian cities, the 28-nation EU agreed on...
  • Pictures in the News | Feb. 18, 2014

     
    Wednesday's Pictures in the News begins in Russia with a flying finish to the snowboard cross final at the Rosa Khutor Extreme Park. Pierre Vaultier of France took the gold medal....
  • Pictures in the News | March 18, 2013

     
    Monday's Pictures in the News begins in Los Angeles, where the 28th L.A. Marathon was held early Sunday morning under a hazy sky, and with more than 20,000 runners participating....
  • ...thrifty, brave, clean, reverent and wimpy.

     
    News: Boy Scouts of America delay vote on ending ban on gays Views: I get the sense that the organization wants to take a plebiscite of its stakeholders-- ...due to the complexity of this issue, the organization needs time for......
  • This I no longer believe -- parliamentary-style government

     
    By Bob Foys, Chicago As a college student in the 1960's closely following the tortured political machinations involved in trying to get civil rights legislation through a Congress in which apparently neither political party could enforce discipline on its...
  • Anti-government protests turn deadly in Kiev, Ukraine

     
    Kiev, Ukraine has been the epicenter of two months of protests against President Viktor Yanukovych that have grown increasingly violent this week. Opposition leaders had given Yanukovych a deadline of Thursday evening to make concessions or face renewed...
  • Lots to like here — whether you’re a mister or a sister

     
    If you've seen a huge pink building on East Colonial Drive in Orlando, then you know that Mr. Sisters has finally arrived....
  • EGYPT: Parliament dissolved, constitution suspended

     
    Egypt's military dissolved the country's parliament and suspended the constitution saying it will rule for six months or until presidential and parliamentary elections are held, according to a statement by the military council read on state TV today....