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  • Jacksonville locals know Bortles is not No. 1 -- yet

    The Sports Xchange Jacksonville locals know Bortles is not No. 1 -- yet JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Jacksonville Jaguars coach Gus Bradley is fueling national speculation that Blake Bortles is in line to win the starting quarterback job. Bradley fanned the...
  • Faith and Values: Reflections on spirituality, true humility

    Spirituality is often identified with the value center of life, especially with all we do to find meaning and purpose in life and connect ourselves to others by means of compassion and empathy. Cultivating a spiritual life affects our relationships and,...
  • Hezbollah sees Islamic State insurgents as threat to Gulf, Jordan

    BEIRUT (Reuters) - The Hezbollah leader described the radical Islamist movement that has seized large areas of Iraq and Syria as a growing "monster" that could threaten Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and other Gulf states, according to an interview...
  • Ticked off! @ cable, bike thief

    I'm ticked off at the fact that I feel like a prisoner in my friend's home. Any time we walk outside there are three medium sized dogs that chase us back into the house. We have called the police and they came out and didn't do anything. It's mainly at...
  • A Race Between Two Darth Vaders

    A Race Between Two Darth Vaders
    Take cover. The shelling in the race for governor began in the immediate aftermath of Republican Tom Foley's Tuesday primary win. Democratic incumbent Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Foley are in a contest to see which can make his opponent the most unpalatable...
  • With Islamic State on march, Lebanon's Christians must agree on president

    BEIRUT (Reuters) - With minorities facing death and persecution at the hands of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, Lebanon's Christians must lay aside their rivalries and agree on who should fill the vacant presidency, a leading Druze politician has...
  • Rolling Royals win again, top Oakland A's 7-3

    KANSAS CITY Throughout the wild ride to the top of the American League Central, the Royals have been front-runners, rarely accessing an extra gear to overcome a deficit. The pitching has overwhelmed opponents, and they've generated enough power and...
  • BCCC hires new president after turmoil

    BCCC hires new president after turmoil
    Baltimore City Community College has hired the former head of a Michigan community college campus as its next president, officials announced Thursday, nearly two years after its last leader was forced out of her job. Gordon F. May, who formerly served as...
  • Reviews: 'Getting Schooled' by Garret Keizer and 'Blackboard' by Lewis Buzbee

    Reviews: 'Getting Schooled' by Garret Keizer and 'Blackboard' by Lewis Buzbee
    In the fall of 2010, after 14 years as a freelance writer, Garret Keizer returned for a single year to a profession he thought he had left behind forever: teaching high school. As it happened, he was returning to the same rural Vermont school where he had...
  • REVIEW: Mike Peters of The Alarm continues '80s Declaration of optimism at World Cafe Live

     
    The early 1980s was a time of idealism and optimism: The Soviet Union was teetering, the world economy was rebounding, and social activism was succeeding like never before, with events such as Live Aid. Mike Peters of The Alarm at......
  • Editor's choice: 'All Our Names' by Dinaw Mengestu

    Editor's choice: 'All Our Names'  by Dinaw Mengestu
    At first glance, "All Our Names" seems to be a straightforward immigrant story. A young man, carrying the name of Isaac on his passport, has come from Uganda to Laurel, a small Midwestern town, on a one-year student visa. His case is assigned to Helen,...