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If it goes through, we'll see a trade-off. Increases in addiction, crime and family dissolution along with assorted benefits. But enough about the proposed expansion of casino gambling in Illinois. Today I want to talk about the inevitability of...
The following guest commentary was written by David Chaffee, of Petoskey, former Title XX Social Services Administrator, Office of Planning, Budget, and Evaluation, State of Michigan. Gov. Snyder's bold lead to expand Medicaid to 133 percent of the...
There are many ways of being a political playwright. Christopher Shinn's approach, centered on characters rather than on ideologies, is one that will never go out of style. Illuminating large-scale public concerns through the microscopic examination...
All psychotherapists -- and most criminal attorneys -- know that memories are fragile things. Once a seemingly well-entrenched memory for a given event -- what psychologists call a declarative memory -- is taken out for inspection, it is subject to...
Thousands of spectators cheered and hollered as track runners bolted toward the finish line in this weekend's Special Olympics Florida's Summer Games. Alex Hernandez's mother and coach watched from the sidelines as the 18-year-old Winter Garden...
The town is gearing up to honor veterans from the Afghanistan conflict to the Revolutionary War at the upcoming Memorial Day parade. This year's parade will step off at 9 a.m. on May 25 from the state Department of Motor Vehicle parking lot on State...
The Maryland Center for Veterans Education and Training's Baltimore complex is full of neatly made beds and shining-clean floors, a military-like environment for homeless former service members working to get their lives back on track. Its executive...
Daily American Staff WriterA Somerset County judge will allow text messages between homicide suspect Erin Nicole Everett and her co-defendant, William Stanley Nair, to be used at trial. In April President Judge John M. Cascio heard arguments both for and against the use of the...
Tags: Defendants, Friedens, Shootings, Judges, Crime, Law and Justice
There's something healing about simply watching "Free the Mind," Danish filmmaker Phie Ambo's gentle, compassionate documentary spotlighting the use of such drug-free options as meditation and mindfulness to treat anxiety and trauma. Writer-director...
The U.S. military has faced two epidemics over the last decade of war in Afghanistan and Iraq. One is suicide. The annual rate of military personnel taking their own lives has doubled to about 20 per 100,000. That translated to a record 324 suicides...
The time is now to end solitary confinement of Florida's youth. Several years ago, I taught English as a second language to students from all over the world. Two young students, newly arrived and excited to see the United States, decided to do some...
— Invariably, the Cannes Film Festival chooses a striking image for its official annual poster. But the 2013 version can be seen as a particularly apt metaphor for the dual nature of the world's most essential cinema event. Paris-based graphic...
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