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  • Frosh for attorney general

    Frosh for attorney general
    Much of the day-to-day work of Maryland's attorney general involves managing a legion of attorneys who provide counsel and legal advice to state government agencies large and small and to various boards and commissions. Nonetheless, the job is not to...
  • Bill Clinton leads rallies for House candidates in tight races

    Bill Clinton leads rallies for House candidates in tight races
    Former President Bill Clinton stumped for Democrats on Wednesday in some of California's most hotly contested House races. At a morning rally at Oxnard College, Clinton told a gymnasium full of party faithful and students that they must vote in the Nov....
  • Gough Whitlam dies at 98; Australian prime minister was a reformist

    Gough Whitlam dies at 98; Australian prime minister was a reformist
    Gough Whitlam swept to political power in Australia in 1972 under a slogan, "it's time," that seemed to sum up everything that was stale and old-fashioned about an inward-looking, parochial nation. He was swept out less than three years later on Nov. 11,...
  • FIFA allegedly threatened players who supported World Cup lawsuit

    In a court filing Monday, attorneys for more than 60 women soccer players charged that federations in Mexico and Costa Rica were asked to punish players unless they removed their names from a lawsuit against FIFA, world soccer’s governing body,...
  • Amendments A, B, D shut out voters: My Word

    On Nov. 4, Orange County's charter amendments offer voters a chance to fight corruption and make elections more transparent. That's because the same politicians behind the "textgate" scandal, led by Commissioner Fred Brummer, have crafted three amendments...
  • NCJW honors activist member

    NCJW honors activist member
    The National Council of Jewish Women SE Atlantic Section hosted its annual luncheon and boutique on Oct 20 at the Boca Marriott in Boca Raton despite a 30-minute blackout that didn't hamper spirits. More than 135 attendees turned out to honor Delray...
  • Time spent with teenagers offers glimpse of a better future

    Time spent with teenagers offers glimpse of a better future
    I spent a recent Tuesday evening with the newly formed Feminist Club at northwest suburban Conant High School. Seniors Taylor Waidanz and Natalie Betz moderated a roundtable discussion on women and leadership, tossing thoughtful questions out left and...
  • Robert Burns: What are we doing about gray rights?

    Robert Burns: What are we doing about gray rights?
    Each year my retirement-finance practice brings me into contact with hundreds of people who are considering leaving the workforce for good. For most it's a happy milestone; they look forward to that time of life we call "the golden years."...
  • Billie Jean King returns to Cal State L.A. to give life, tennis advice

    Billie Jean King returns to Cal State L.A. to give life, tennis advice
    Before she arrived, many of the kids didn't know who she was — "A neat lady who helps people and stuff," was one of the best guesses — but Billie Jean King was hardly deterred. The tennis great and equal rights icon walked carefully across...
  • 'Boardwalk Empire' creator talks about the show's 'fitting' ending

    'Boardwalk Empire' creator talks about the show's 'fitting' ending
    "Boardwalk Empire," HBO's Prohibition-era gangster epic about crooked politician turned ruthless bootlegger Enoch "Nucky" Thompson, wrapped up its fifth and final season Sunday. Unlike on "The Sopranos," the screen did not go black at the final moment....
  • Oct. 26 Letters: Rep. Rob Wittman

    Rep. Rob Wittman I take exception to the Oct. 22 letter in support of Norm Mosher. Rep. Rob Wittman voted for the Violence Against Women Act on three occasions in the 113th Congress and twice in the 112th Congress. He supports existing law, including...