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Palm Beach Politics | Sun Sentinel blogsU.S. Rep. Ted Deutch, D-Boca Raton, may get a pass from the Republicans in this year's election. The only Republican who'd expressed an interest in challenging him said Tuesday she was dropping out, and Palm Beach County Republican Chairman Sid......
Sun SentinelOnce-struggling South Florida flight schools are seeing the largest influx of foreign students since the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, the result of a severe shortage of airline pilots worldwide. The students can more easily enroll because the Transportation...
Tags: Europe, Students, West Palm Beach, Boeing Co., Mexico City
Partisan gridlock in Congress has prompted skeptics to proclaim the end of government - or at least government's ability to accomplish major projects. At the same time, conservatives now oppose nearly any social or economic role for government and feel it...
To become president, the Constitution specifies that a candidate must win a majority of the Electoral College votes. There are a total of 538 electoral votes, so the fat lady sings when one of the candidates reaches 270. Sometimes the outcome is not...
email@example.comEleven years after the nation’s collective attention was drawn to Centre College for a vice-presidential debate, the school learned Monday it has snagged the coveted hosting gig a second time. “I’m here to tell you the debate is in...
We did not always allow voters to pick their party nominees for president. In the 19th century, a system known as "King Caucus" prevailed, whereby a few party leaders in smoke-filled rooms handpicked presidential nominees. In the early 1900s, the...
When George Washington took the oath of the presidency in 1789, each of the 65 members of the inaugural Congress represented roughly 30,000 people. As the population of the country grew, it became necessary to reflect those changes in the representation...
In its early days, America lacked world-class universities, libraries, scientific research facilities, and museums. Many Americans believed such things were unnecessary for national security and economic growth, and were disinterested in the promotion...
Tags: Politics, Andrew Jackson, Libraries, John Quincy Adams, Science
The Supreme Court recently concluded debate on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, President Obama's health care reform. The three days of deliberations are said to have been "unprecedentedly long" and the resulting decision, expected around...
Tags: Racism, Medicare, Prescription Drugs, Politics, Justice System
This month the world marked the centennial of the sinking of the Titanic. As tragic as the loss of the most famous cruise in history was, however, there was another cruise liner whose story was even more horrific. The Cap Arcona, named for a cape in...
Forum Publishing GroupWhen it comes to booking a specialized camp for your special child, the earlier the better. Some schedules are already filled, such as the unique camp for those with MSUD, a rare metabolic problem known as maple syrup urinary disease, at Vee Bar Ranch...
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