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Some believe that it’s just human nature to stage a winter festival. It’s the darkest time of year, so it makes sense folks would want to brighten things up.
The electronic burglary of Sony’s data banks is an event of more significance than suggested by either the government’s subdued response or by the pointless criticism that the company should have ignored chilling threats to audience saf...
So Russian President Vladimir Putin is acting up again — hit him with more sanctions. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is creating more economic havoc. The solution? More sanctions. This would be quite understandable except for one unavoida...
It may be unfair to link the recent anti-police brutality protests to the fatal shootings of three police officers over the weekend, but their deaths provide tragic evidence of the dangers of a job that requires constant vigilance and instant life-an...
The five members of the St. Petersburg City Council who voted against the stadium search agreement with the Tampa Bay Rays can’t be faulted for raising valid concerns in the interest of the taxpayers.
What will it take to get this country to treat mental illness as the national crisis it has become?
It is encouraging to see the Florida Sheriffs Task Force undertake an aggressive initiative on pedestrian safety.
In his first run for governor four years ago, Rick Scott campaigned on a promise to force welfare recipients to undergo drug tests before receiving state benefits.
It is possible that Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is correct in warning that establishing relations with Cuba will “do absolutely nothing to further human rights and democracy in Cuba” and could provide “the economic lift that the Cas...
People living in Tampa a generation from now may look back at yesterday’s unveiling of the Channel District’s master plan as the start of a metamorphosis for the entire downtown.
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