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Ethics

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  • South Carolina star Jadeveon Clowney counters doubters with solid pro day

    COLUMBIA, S.C. South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney went out to eat Tuesday night with first-year Houston coach Bill O'Brien and other decision-makers with the Texans, who own the No. 1 overall pick in the NFL draft in May. The conversation,...
  • State GOP looking to knock Guzzardi from primary ballot

    HARRISBURG — For weeks, officials in the state Republican Party have said Bob Guzzardi has every right under the U.S. and state constitutions to challenge Gov. Tom Corbett in the May primary. Anyone is welcome to run in the election, state GOP...
  • Leland Yee falls, and California secretary of state candidates rise up

    Leland Yee falls, and California secretary of state candidates rise up
    Thanks to state Sen. Leland Yee’s alleged attempts to broker illegal gun deals for campaign contributions, candidates for California’s secretary of state are suddenly getting a lot of attention and news coverage. Yee is out of the race,...
  • 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...
  • Proposed state law could force Ethics Commission changes

    Proposed state law could force Ethics Commission changes
    A proposed state law could force Palm Beach County’s Ethics Commission and other local ethics oversight boards to change the way they rule on suspected violations. State Sen. Joseph Abruzzo, D-Wellington, proposed legislation that would allow...
  • State senators call for focus on ethics; FBI searches 2nd Yee office

    State senators call for focus on ethics; FBI searches 2nd Yee office
    SACRAMENTO — Stung by criminal cases involving three state senators, Democratic legislative leaders vowed Tuesday to reassess their campaign finance practices, and canceled a lucrative golf fundraiser scheduled for this weekend. The promise of...
  • Charles Keating Jr., at center of savings and loan scandal, dies at 90

    Charles Keating Jr., at center of savings and loan scandal, dies at 90
    Charles Keating Jr., a banker who played a leading role in the savings and loan scandal of the 1980s that embroiled five U.S. senators, died on Monday at 90 in Phoenix. The Los Angeles Times confirmed the news with Keating's son-in-law, Bradley Boland....
  • Campaign against a medical procedure gains

    PHILADELPHIA The husband-and-wife doctors who have turned their personal tragedy into a public health crusade are getting traction. Cardiothoracic surgeon Hooman Noorchashm and his wife, anesthesiologist Amy Reed, 40 both trained in Philadelphia and...
  • Bernie Miklasz: It's the Way to play for the Cardinals

    I can understand why Bill McClellan, my friend and colleague at the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, is tired of hearing about "The Cardinal Way" and would like to see the phrase be retired. For the love of Don Zimmer, Bill is a Cubs fan. That explains...
  • Catholic leaders hold Mass at border to urge immigration overhaul

    NOGALES, Ariz. — It had been years since Maria Miranda of Tucson attended Catholic Mass with her son Jorge Lopez. On Tuesday, they finally did. But they were separated by the U.S.-Mexico border fence in southern Arizona. "I'm just a couple of...
  • America's evangelicals return to seeking souls, not votes

    America's evangelicals return to seeking souls, not votes
    Only a decade ago, Christian social conservatives were a commanding force in American politics. They helped elect one of their own, George W. Bush, to two terms. They were a cornerstone of a GOP coalition that appeared to hold a permanent electoral...