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President Trump has threatened to veto the annual defense authorization bill on two points, one for what is in the bill and one for what is not. Republicans in Congress need to find their courage and call the president's bluff.
The horror of Samuel Little was Ted Bundy times three. Except nobody was paying much attention.
"Wear a mask," Gov. Ron DeSantis' staff urged him to tell Floridians. But he wouldn't, and the death toll is skyrocketing.
After eight months of working remotely because of the pandemic, Sun Sentinel editorial page editor Rosemary O’Hara reflects on what she discovered and rediscovered in her office.
A giveaway of tax dollars by Broward commissioners to favored charities must end.
Our panel of experts and influencers weighs in on the week that was and forecasts what will make news in the week ahead.
Readers respond to a column by editorial page editor Rosemary O'Hara, who found in a brief return to the office after eight months a metaphor for much that has changed in the pandemic, especially handwritten letters to the editor from senior citizens who may be left behind by the digital divide.
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