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Ethics

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  • Stratford Gym Is A Memorial To A Young Athlete

    Stratford Gym Is A Memorial To A Young Athlete
                  After the tragic death of Erin Babieanu , who died during a fatal car accident in Jamaica when her taxi hit an oncoming truck which instantly killed the driver and seriously  injured the others in the vehicle. Erin Marie Babieanu died due...
  • Mexican president's wife backs out of mansion deal

    The wife of Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto says she will get rid of the mansion she was buying from a builder who had won numerous, lucrative contracts from the government, an arrangement that had created the appearance of a major conflict of...
  • For Bruce Rauner: An Illinois ethics agenda

    For Bruce Rauner: An Illinois ethics agenda
    The last time Illinois changed governors, the air was thick with promises of reform. Rod Blagojevich had just been impeached and would soon be on his way to prison. His successor, Gov. Pat Quinn, had launched a blue-ribbon ethics panel even before he...
  • Theatre UCF presents 'Trevor,' a human-chimp story

    Theatre UCF presents 'Trevor,' a human-chimp story
        Theatre UCF will present the play Trevor from Nov. 13 to 23 in UCF's Black Box thater. According to UCF, this production marks the first time the play has been performed at the collegiate level. Written by Nick Jones, Trevor was inspired by...
  • Texas Gov. Rick Perry slams abuse of power charge at court hearing

    Texas Gov. Rick Perry slams abuse of power charge at court hearing
    Texas Governor Rick Perry made his first court appearance on Thursday to answer felony abuse of power charges and afterward criticized a special prosecution that has cast a shadow over his possible Republican presidential run in 2016. Lawyers for Perry ...
  • In Scott vs. Crist, besieged voters had noses held

    In Scott vs. Crist, besieged voters had noses held
    Well, Charlie Crist is finally a true Florida Democrat. He earned his stripes by continuing the proud party tradition of losing. Charlie did something extra special, though. He lost to a guy who no one thought could win. To a guy with nicknames like...
  • Matt Bai takes on the tabloidization of the political news

    The year was 1987, and Colorado Sen. Gary Hart, aiming for the White House, got sidelined when the Miami Herald caught him in the company of a woman other than his wife. In Matt Bai's analysis, Hart was done in by a conjunction of sexual politics and a...
  • Ethics experts say justices' emails to AG's office warrant review

    Ethics experts say justices' emails to AG's office warrant review
    When Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Seamus P. McCaffery retired last week under the weight of hundreds of sexually explicit emails he sent to an agent in the state attorney general's office, many called it a positive step that would allow the court to...
  • Confronting death before it comes

    Confronting death before it comes
    Questions about the end of life have faced human beings for as long as we have walked the earth. When will it come? Is there life after death? Thanks to modern medicine, we now live longer and, thankfully, can prevent many premature deaths. But with...
  • Good and godless: Readers on Sam Harris, atheism and spirituality

    Good and godless: Readers on Sam Harris, atheism and spirituality
    Sam Harris -- author, outspoken atheist and neuroscientist -- has made several appearances on The Times' Op-Ed pages, most recently in an interview with Patt Morrison this week in which he reconciles his practice of "spirituality" with his advocacy of...
  • McAuliffe wades into ethics reform

    McAuliffe wades into ethics reform
    RICHMOND – Gov. Terry McAuliffe will roll out a new set of ethics proposals before the 2015 legislative session, developing them through a bipartisan commission that will also take a deep dive into long-standing traditions of Virginia government....