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Where Trump & Clinton  stand on the issues

Where Trump & Clinton stand on the issues

Presidential battle could extend past Tuesday

Presidential battle could extend past Tuesday

Both sides have lawyered up in case the election is contested. BY MARK NIQUETTE AND MARGARET TALEV BLOOMBERG NEWS/TNS Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are arming up for a possible post-Election Day battle. Clinton is assembling a voter protection program that has drawn thousands of lawyers agreeing to lend their time and expertise in battleground […]

Crist and Jolly battle it out in swing district

Crist and Jolly battle it out in swing district

Former governor facing Republican for redrawn congressional seat BY DARA KAM THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE – Being abandoned by national party leaders may be a benefit for U.S. Rep. David Jolly in the Republican’s effort to hold onto his seat in a closely watched congressional battle. But shunning the GOP might be as […]

Election blamed for lower viewership of NFL games

Election blamed for lower viewership of NFL games

BY STEPHEN BATTAGLIO LOS ANGELEST TIMES/TNS The country will choose a new president on Nov. 8, and no one is more eager for that day than the TV executives who do business with the NFL. Whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump occupy the White House won’t make a difference as to who makes it to […]

The major issues that worry older voters

The major issues that worry older voters

The state of the economy tops the list of concerns for seniors in South Florida, followed by health care, climate change and foreign policy. BY ANA VECIANA-SUAREZ MIAMI HERALD/TNS MIAMI – If you expect to find agreement about the ongoing presidential campaign among older voters, you’re likely to be disappointed. The 60-and-older set, in South […]

What’s new  in D.C. since Obama’s election

What’s new in D.C. since Obama’s election

BY CHRISTOPHER REYNOLDS LOS ANGELES TIMES/TNS WASHINGTON – You’re worried about the next president. I’m here to change the subject. But only a little. That next U.S. president, looking out at Washington, D.C., on Inauguration Day Jan. 20, will see a different city from the one that President Barack Obama saw in January 2009. The […]