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  • Obituary for Gov. Reubin Askew

    Obituary for Gov. Reubin Askew
    TALLAHASSEE -- Former Florida Gov. Reubin Askew, who led a growing mega-state through a period of modernization and public corruption, died Thursday morning. He was 85. A family spokesman said he had been admitted to the hospital last Saturday with ...
  • Faces of the shutdown

    Faces of the shutdown
    Mothers trying to feed infants, veterans awaiting disability claims, scientists midway through medical research projects -- these are among the people and the work that have been harmed by the government shutdown. In a research lab in east Baltimore,...
  • Deutch satisfies constituents, builds influence

    Deutch satisfies constituents, builds influence
    Even as public faith in government — especially in Congress and liberal social policy — has largely vanished, Ted Deutch isn't wavering. He wants to increase food stamp aid and raise taxes to shore up Social Security. He's a staunch champion...
  • South Florida couples sue to force Florida to recognize same-sex marriages from other states

    South Florida couples sue to force Florida to recognize same-sex marriages from other states
    The American Civil Liberties Union and its Florida affiliate announced Thursday they’ve filed a lawsuit on behalf of eight same-sex couples challenging Florida’s refusal to recognize their marriages performed in other states. One of the...
  • From the Archive: Korean War goodby kiss

    From the Archive: Korean War goodby kiss
  • Jose Montoya dies at 81; leading figure in California Latino culture

    Jose Montoya dies at 81; leading figure in California Latino culture
    The little farm towns of Central California held a poetry all their own for Jose Montoya. From childhood he knew their people, mostly immigrant laborers like his own family. He knew the labyrinthine rows of fruit trees, the dirt-floor houses and trailer...
  • 'A little yellow ribbon is not going to stop them'

    'A little yellow ribbon is not going to stop them'
    WASHINGTON — Nothing was going to stop Jack Poitras from playing taps at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on Wednesday, not even the National Park Police. "I said, 'I am willing to be arrested,'" the Vietnam veteran from Missouri recalled. He had...
  • Jeff Awards announce special honor for comic master

    Dale Benson, a Chicago actor whose career spans six decades, is to receive a special Joseph Jefferson Award at the November ceremony, the Jeff Awards committee said Friday. Benson has long been known for his comic work, especially in suburban farces. He...
  • WWII vets deserve more respect

    If the federal government has enough Park Police who are not furloughed to put barriers up and patrol the national monuments on the Mall, why are they closed? I was very proud to read the article about the veterans not accepting "we are closed" when...
  • Marylanders hurt by the federal shutdown

    In a research lab in East Baltimore, rats that provide clues to how the brain degenerates with age could grow too old or even die before scientists can complete their experiments. At a homeless shelter, a Baltimore mother feeds her underweight toddler...
  • Ray Ferrero Jr., chancellor, Nova Southeastern University

    Ray Ferrero Jr., chancellor, Nova Southeastern University
    Last week: We confirmed that the United States has no credible foreign policy in the Middle East. In addition, we send Secretary of State John Kerry as a supplicant to Europe, rather than taking immediate forceful action in the United Nations to see...