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On Dec. 12, 1963, just three weeks after his brother was assassinated, Attorney General Robert Kennedy recommended eliminating travel restrictions to Cuba.
The subject of recruiting used to be a running joke among Hillsborough County’s prep football coaches.
Columnist Joe Henderson wonders if Charlie Crist is still running for governor. The campaign seems to be under way, but Crist has been somewhat muted — especially compared with Gov. Rick Scott.
Go ahead and laugh.
The big, front-page headline in your Tampa Tribune and nearly every other newspaper in the state last week was joyous reading for Gov. Rick Scott.
One hundred and fifty years ago, while the Civil War raged and the republic frayed at the seams, President Abraham Lincoln declared a national day of thanksgiving and praise would be held on the last Thursday each November.
April Griffin will not run for re-election t when her second term expires next year, and that's too bad, writes Joe Henderson. Why? She's been a rabble-rouser who speaks up for the voiceless.
One of my great joys now is that I no longer have to regularly board airplanes to fly somewhere. I had to do that for many years in a previous life as a sports columnist for this great institution, but not so much anymore.
Gov. Rick Scott says every Floridian should brag about our state.
Dontae Morris got his day in court because we don’t sanction vigilante justice in this country. Because of that, society sent him to a court of law and gave him more of a chance than he gave Tampa police officers David Curtis and Jeffrey Kocab...
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