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  • Ethics panel to make final decision in Margate credit card case

    Ethics panel to make final decision in Margate credit card case
    After years of controversy, the ethics case against a former Margate commissioner and vice mayor is inching toward a conclusion. The Florida Commission on Ethics is scheduled to discuss a settlement agreement with David McLean, who has admitted using...
  • Sheldon sues Scott

    Sheldon sues Scott
    TALLAHASSEE — George Sheldon, the Democratic candidate for attorney general, has filed a lawsuit against Gov. Rick Scott alleging he has violated the state "Government in the Sunshine" laws by not completely disclosing all his financial interests....
  • Karen Dolan to resign from Bethlehem City Council after scathing grand jury report

    Karen Dolan to resign from Bethlehem City Council after scathing grand jury report
    Bethlehem City Councilwoman Karen Dolan, subject of a scathing grand jury report that recommended she resign within 14 days for using her public office to seek benefits for her nonprofit, will give up her council seat. Though Dolan said Friday she...
  • In Theory: Spotting the morality of a parking app

    In Theory: Spotting the morality of a parking app
    The MonkeyParking smartphone app, which, in the words of a recent Los Angeles Times editorial, “allows drivers in parked cars to let others know when they are leaving parking spots — and to turn the space over to the next driver for a fee,&...
  • Jameis Winston, Crist-Scott and Amend. C: Letters

    Jameis Winston, Crist-Scott and Amend. C: Letters
    Winston on vs. off field Sports columnist Mike Bianchi seems to be missing a major point when he states, "Once again, Jameis Winston, the most hated man in college football, disappointed his detractors and crushed his critics by pulling out yet...
  • 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...
  • Why Pitzer College decided to quit carbon

    Why Pitzer College decided to quit carbon
    Last month, the philanthropic Rockefeller Brothers Fund announced it would sell off the fossil fuel stocks that helped to enrich it. Pitzer College, one of the Claremont Colleges, had beaten the Rockefellers to the punch. Its decision to divest, in April,...
  • The Supreme Court's nonruling on gay marriage [Commentary]

    The Supreme Court's nonruling on gay marriage [Commentary]
    Three points need to be made about Monday's decision by the Supreme Courtnot to decide whether the equal protection clause of the Constitution grants people of the same sex the right to marry. Point 1: While the court's liberal wing probably wanted to...
  • Bethlehem to pick Karen Dolan's replacement Nov. 5

    Bethlehem to pick Karen Dolan's replacement Nov. 5
    Bethlehem City Council will pick a replacement for Councilwoman Karen Dolan, who is resigning after a grand jury concluded she is unfit for elected office, on Nov. 5. The appointment will take place four days after Dolan steps down, a quick turnaround...
  • Ebola vaccine trials to begin in Baltimore next month

    Ebola vaccine trials to begin in Baltimore next month
    An unusual request recently appeared in classifieds and on campus bulletin boards — Wanted: Baltimore-area volunteers to test a vaccine for the Ebola virus. The response was overwhelming, said Kirsten Lyke, an associate professor at the University...
  • Promising starts for W&M, Old Dominion, Hampton in men's basketball practice

    Promising starts for W&M, Old Dominion, Hampton in men's basketball practice
    Hampton University is older, Old Dominion is deeper, and William and Mary is younger and longer. Those are early takeaways as college basketball practice began in earnest locally during the past week. The difference is most obvious at ODU, where Coach...