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  • As ex-governor's trial continues, the current Guv's thoughts on gifts to public officials

    As ex-governor's trial continues, the current Guv's thoughts on gifts to public officials
    The trial of Virginia's last governor on federal corruption charges involving $177,000 of gifts and loans to family members continues isn't changing current Gov. Terry McAuliffe's stance that a crackdown on gifts is long overdue.   “Nobody...
  • Calls grow for wider inquiry into bidding on L.A. Unified iPad project

    Calls grow for wider inquiry into bidding on L.A. Unified iPad project
    A day after Los Angeles Unified abruptly suspended the contract for its controversial iPad project, there were growing calls for a more thorough investigation into whether the bidding process for the $1-billion program was improperly handled. The...
  • Patriots deal Mankins to Bucs

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - New England Patriots - INSIDE SLANT New England Patriots guard Logan Mankins was traded to the Buccaneers in exchange for second-year tight end Tim Wright and a fourth-round pick in the 2015 NFL Draft. The deal,...
  • Voting for dollars: It's not nutty, it's the latest idea to boost turnout in L.A. elections

    Voting for dollars: It's not nutty, it's the latest idea to boost turnout in L.A. elections
    Here's Nathan Hochman's get-out-the-vote message: Fill in a ballot and you could win thousands! In a city where nearly 80% of the electorate chose not to vote in the last mayoral election, does he have your attention? Hochman, the head of the Los...
  • Emanuel says $13 an hour minimum wage in Chicago no matter what state does

    Emanuel says $13 an hour minimum wage in Chicago no matter what state does
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel said Tuesday that he would push aldermen to raise Chicago’s minimum wage to $13 an hour no matter what Springfield lawmakers do on the issue this year. Previously, the mayor had declined to say whether the city would move...
  • Jerry Jones says Brent's 'lesson of discipline' could benefit Cowboys

    IRVING, Texas Jerry Jones said Monday that he expects to hear something this week on NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's decision to reinstate and possibly discipline Josh Brent. Brent, who met with Goodell earlier this month, spent four and a half months...
  • Experimental Ebola drugs raising ethics questions

    Experimental Ebola drugs raising ethics questions
    As the Ebola virus ravages West Africa, two American health workers who contracted the disease in Liberia were airlifted back to the United States to be treated with an experimental drug. They have since recovered. But colleagues of a doctor in Sierra...
  • FSU evaluation: Keys to Seminoles' football season

    FSU evaluation: Keys to Seminoles' football season
    FSU is counting on a variety of playmakers to help steer the Seminoles to another national title. Five players to watch •Jameis Winston, Quarterback The Buzz: After becoming the second player in NCAA history to win the Heisman Trophy as a...
  • Watchdog takes shot at Emanuel over funding

    Watchdog takes shot at Emanuel over funding
    It’s long been clear that the City Council’s internal watchdog is at odds with many aldermen, but today Legislative Inspector General Faisal Khan took a shot at Mayor Rahm Emanuel. In his most recent semi-annual report, Khan criticizes...
  • Consult neighbor before sprucing up her messy yard

    After spending a couple of hours weeding and sprucing up her own yard this summer, A.L. looked over at her neighbor's house, the two-family building next door, and noticed the overgrown shrubs, weeds growing just a few feet from the foundation, and...
  • College Freshmen At Greater Risk Of Rape, Assault In First Few Months

    College Freshmen At Greater Risk Of Rape, Assault In First Few Months
    Halee Bazer, a freshman at Quinnipiac University, said she has heard about the wave of sexual assault lawsuits sweeping college campuses and plans to be cautious about parties, never go anywhere alone and call campus security for escorts if needed....