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Ethics

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  • DP Buzz: The McDonnells

    Editor's note: "DP Buzz" is an interactive feature of the Daily Press Opinion Page. We email weekly questions on issues and topics affecting Peninsula-area citizens. Each week, subscribers can choose whether to weigh in or not with a short answer. Here is...
  • Democracy does not always work

    What a world we live in, and what a world we make for ourselves. We rail against Russian President Vladimir Putin for invading Ukraine, but it's perfectly OK for us to drop bombs on Somalia, Syria and Iraq. Let me guess: Our actions are unimpeachable...
  • Israel intelligence reservists say they'll no longer spy on Palestinians

    JERUSALEM More than two dozen reservists from the Israeli army's elite intelligence-gathering unit have sent a public letter to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the army chief of staff declaring their refusal to serve on intelligence missions against...
  • Quinn, Rauner rip each other on ethics, budget during Tribune endorsement session

    Quinn, Rauner rip each other on ethics, budget during Tribune endorsement session
    Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn and Republican challenger Bruce Rauner hammered each other on ethics, education and budget plans today during a  free-wheeling face-off during a joint appearance before the Chicago Tribune editorial board. Sitting side by side,...
  • Football and other sports are entertainment

    Football and other sports are entertainment. Players are similar to singers, dancers, magicians or actors. Their only personal contact is with others like themselves, and they may be unrecognized when in public. The ethical standard of anyone, including...
  • Digital Savant: Weighing right and wrong as technologies take hold

    It was not the Internet's finest hour. On Aug. 31, the Web exploded with news that sets of nude photos featuring celebrities including Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence, model Kate Upton and Kirsten Dunst were being distributed on message boards including...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'Beyond the Lights'

    "Beyond the Lights" is a strange beast, . Yet writer-director Gina Prince-Bythewood ("Love and Basketball") nonetheless manages to fit all the warring elements of her screenplay into an undeniably entertaining, attractive package, buoyed by a fierce...
  • Fort Lauderdale to pay commissioner's legal bill

    Fort Lauderdale will pay Commissioner Dean Trantalis’ legal bill for representation he received on an ethics complaint filed against him. The $780 bill came for 2.6 hours of work by Tallahassee-based attorney Mark Herron. The Florida Commission on...
  • TV Review: 'Gotham'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - The title and promotional campaign do "Gotham" no favors, fostering expectations about a stronger link to the "Batman" franchise than can possibly exist -- at least, considering the setting, not for another 20 years or so....
  • New subpoena in federal probe of Quinn anti-violence grant program

    New subpoena in federal probe of Quinn anti-violence grant program
    SPRINGFIELD -- A new subpoena seeking records about Gov. Pat Quinn's botched 2010 anti-violence program has been issued, this time from a federal grand jury based in Chicago. The request marks the first subpoena issued by Chicago-based federal...
  • Will McDonnells' conviction bring ethics reform?

    Will McDonnells' conviction bring ethics reform?
    Stopping to give directions to a mother and daughter visiting Christopher Newport University the day after former Gov. Bob McDonnell's conviction for corruption, political scientist Quentin Kidd heard a story that he thinks points to what the trial really...