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Ethics

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  • Should we help those unwilling to help themselves?

    A few years ago, a reader from California joined a local church's singles group. The group's leader planned for the members to help cook, serve and clean up after one Saturday evening meal per month at a local homeless shelter. On their first visit,...
  • Les Bowen: Chip Kelly keeps organization's best interest at heart

    ORLANDO, Fla. At last, a little clarity. Asked whether he'd told DeSean Jackson he wouldn't be traded, Chip Kelly Wednesday said that he wouldn't discuss specifics of their conversation, but that the Eagles will do what's best for the organization. Asked...
  • Park Ridge considers changing ethics rules

    Park Ridge considers changing ethics rules
    The Park Ridge City Council is considering changes to its ethics rules in the wake of a recently dismissed complaint against an alderman and a city commission chairman that prompted the first review of the ethics ordinance since its 2003 inception. Some...
  • Mount Dora sophomore Brett Heggie gets early jump with Cincinnati offer

    Mount Dora sophomore Brett Heggie gets early jump with Cincinnati offer
    Mount Dora sophomore offensive lineman Brett Heggie is getting a much earlier start to his college football recruiting process than what his brother did a few years ago. Brett was recently offered his first scholarship by Cincinnati. Bruce Heggie wasn't...
  • Mass transit task force report advocates new board, elimination of RTA

    Mass transit task force report advocates new board, elimination of RTA
    A task force formed by Gov. Pat Quinn in the wake of last year's Metra controversy signed off this morning on a plan to reshape oversight of the Chicago area's transit agencies. The plan calls for consolidating Metra, CTA and Pace under one "single...
  • Six Crescenta Valley girls' water polo players receive All-CIF honors

    Six Crescenta Valley girls' water polo players receive All-CIF honors
    Though the Crescenta Valley High girls' water polo team came up short of winning the CIF Southern Section Division V championship for a second straight season, the Falcons still commanded plenty of attention when it came to the opponents trying to contain...
  • Cal Ripken Jr. still brings role-model work ethic to Opening Day

    Cal Ripken Jr. still brings role-model work ethic to Opening Day
    Cal Ripken Jr. is ready for Opening Day. Anybody who believes the Iron Man has stopped punching in on the clock and is hanging out with a fruity drink in the Bahamas has it all wrong. Retirement? Bah, humbug. Ripken has taken his brand more...
  • Bill to give ethics agency more audit power clears Legislature

    SACRAMENTO -- The Assembly gave final legislative approval Monday to a bill that aims to crack down on anonymous campaign money by giving California's ethics and tax agencies more authority to conduct investigations. The measure allows the Fair...
  • Baltimore-area home prices rose in February

    Baltimore-area home prices rose in February
    A snowy February threw a slight chill on shopping for homes throughout the Baltimore region, but prices continued to rise. The number of pending sales — properties under contract but not yet closed — dipped to about 2,440 last month, about 40...
  • Institution to discuss probe into STAP stem cell controversy

    Institution to discuss probe into STAP stem cell controversy
    It was hailed as a remarkable scientific breakthrough, one that could potentially revolutionize medicine by enabling the speedy production of highly versatile stem cells. Now, barely two months after scientists published papers in Nature claiming to...
  • South Florida leaders mourn death of former Gov. Reubin Askew

    South Florida leaders mourn death of former Gov. Reubin Askew
    Comments from South Florida political leaders on the death Thursday of former Gov. Reubin Askew. U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Weston, chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee (full statement below). Via Twitter: "My thoughts are with...