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  • Reader photos: Comfortable cats relax in style

     
    It's been well established -- with photographic evidence provided by Times readers, no less -- that dogs have a knack for picking strange places and positions in which to sleep. But cats have them beat. After all, what animal could......
  • Breast cancer bracelets raise eyebrows, complaints at school

     
    My son told me recently that some boys at school were wearing “I (heart) Boobies” bracelets as part of breast cancer awareness month. Really? I said, wondering how those were going over in a middle school that doesn't tolerate shirts th...
  • California food stamp program renamed CalFresh

     
    California’s food stamp program has a new name, which officials hope will encourage more people to apply for the nutrition benefit: CalFresh. The new name and logo –- an abstract representation of the diverse produce available in California -- will......
  • Yellowstone grizzly population is at its highest in decades

     
    BOZEMAN, Mont. — Grizzly bear numbers in and around Yellowstone National Park have hit their highest level in decades, driving increased conflicts with humans as some bears push out of deep wilderness and into populated areas. Scientists from a multi-...
  • Game Day: Shula Bowl in the sandbox

     
    FAU has owned the Shula Bowl and the trophy that goes to the winner. But this year is different. FIU is favored, it is not the final game of the season, and it is the first Shula Bowl to......
  • Photo essay: Obamafication

     
    Frank Tires #1, Detroit, 2009 Gratiot Avenue, Detroit, 2010 In inner-city murals, Barack Obama almost always wears a tie. He smiles a lot, or else he has the up-tilted face and earnest demeanor of the famous “Hope” campaign poster, a......
  • EPA subpoenas Halliburton over natural gas extraction method

     
    The Environmental Protection Agency issued a subpoena to compel Halliburton Co., the nation's largest oil field services company, to provide complete information on hydraulic fracturing, a controversial method the company pioneered to extract natural...
  • A deficit-reduction plan that may not succeed, but is sure to offend

     
    Is it too early to declare the plan released Wednesday by the chairmen of the White House's deficit-reduction panel dead on arrival? It has something for everyone -- something to hate, that is. Highlights include almost $1 trillion in higher......
  • The Conversation: Debating the deficit-reduction plan

     
    The opinionators weigh in on the plan proposed by President Obama's bipartisan deficit-reduction commission: A Chicago Tribune editorial calls it a “debt dud” with “something in it for everyone to hate.” New York Times Columnist Paul Krugman asks,...
  • Michael Hiltzik: The deficit commission's war on the middle class

     
    Turn on CNBC at any hour of the day, and you'll hear mouthpieces for Wall Street explaining that wealthy individuals and big corporations need more tax breaks so they can "create jobs." Of course, they have it completely backwards. What......
  • Missing surveilance tape leaves Seminole bus questions unanswered

     
    Seminole County public school officials are proud of the surveillance cameras on their school buses. When an angry Sanford parent boarded a bus in September to berate students for picking on his disabled daughter, officials quickly released a video tape...