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  • Jeff Atwater announces he likes Mike too

     
    Mike Haridopolos picked up another endorsement for his U.S. Senate campaign Friday. And while Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater doesn't have quite the national profile of former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, who came out for the Merritt Island...
  • Mike H. likes Mike H. for U.S. Senate

     
    Mike Huckabee, the conservative former Arkansas governor who's a strong favorite of evangelicals and may (or may not) run for president again next year, has issued an endorsement of state Sen. Mike Haridopolos, R-Merrit Island, in the latter's U.S. Senate...
  • Updated: Mike Huckabee asked to host Bible quiz show on GSN

     
    Mike Huckabee may host a Bible quiz show on GSN....
  • Two games end early Saturday for the Owls

     
    If you're looking for a final score in Saturday's FAU vs. Arkansas-Little Rock baseball, there isn't one. Recall 4 p.m. start time, then think back to yesterday when the lightning began, followed by the wave of thunderstorms. Game suspended......
  • Brood XIX cicadas are back, but not here

     
    FROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:As if floods and tornadoes weren’t enough, residents of Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas and parts of the Deep South are also dealing this spring with cicadas. It’s Brood XIX of the 13-year “periodical cicada.&...
  • Presidential sweepstakes, 20 years ago

     
    Yes, the Republican presidential field looks to be in disarray these days as a raft of seemingly unlikely contenders jostle for the opportunity to take on a Democratic incumbent who's looking difficult to beat, but set the wayback machine for......
  • Question of the day: Who will win the Preakness? [Updated]

     
    Writers from around Tribune Co. discuss the topic. Check back throughout the day for more responses and feel free to weigh in with a comment of your own. John Cherwa, Los Angeles Times The best horse in the Preakness is......
  • Nissan Offers Employee Pricing to Storm Victims

     
    Nissan announced it is offering employee pricing discounts and delayed car payments to victims of the recent tornado and flooding in the Southeast. Consumers who live in Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, Mississippi, Arkansas and Kentucky and who can show...
  • Not time yet for the GOP to cry `Mayday!' over sluggish presidential field

     
    President Barack Obama has had a pretty good month. U.S. forces killed Public Enemy No. 1, Osama bin Laden, and the most popular Republicans in the field of those likely to challenge his re-election bid have been dropping by the......
  • John Phillips: How Chris Christie will be drafted to run for president (The Secret Plan like one before it)

     
    KABC's star talker writes more for The Ticket's global audience....
  • Re-re-post: Are Roger Ailes/Fox News bad for GOP?

     
    Since an otherwise informed colleague sent me a link to a New York magazine article about the relationship between Roger Ailes, Fox News and the discombobulated field of GOP presidential candidates asking what I thought, I decided to re-post a piece I...