People on each side agree the threat from violence is real, but support different responses to that threat - either regulate the sale of guns or make sure a gun is in the hand of every good guy.
While the rescue plan establishes the foundation for debt reduction and a smaller deficit, it is not enough to ensure an end to the crisis. Ultimately, that will take a revival of Puerto Rico's economy, something that the House bill does little to accomplish.
The most important play in Jimbo Fisher's career wasn't a Jameis Winston touchdown pass in the Rose Bowl, or a coast to coast Dalvin Cook run. The play that changed everything for Fisher and his FSU program was made on a punt against an unranked team.
Everglades National Park (ENP) is our only national wetland park, and one of the largest aquascapes in the world. Lying at the southern end of an immense watershed, ENP is caught between the largest man-made water project in the world upstream and a rapidly rising ocean downstream.
Scott Zeiger always knew he would work in entertainment -- especially in live entertainment. Barely out of his teen years, he was already booking rock...
Ten months a massive earthquake, Haiti was stricken with an outbreak of cholera, a deadly diarrheal disease. Though the number of cholera cases has decreased from a peak of approximately 25,000 cases per month, it is likely that thousands are still falling ill.
Forty-three students from the University of Florida attended the conference, one of the largest student delegations at the convention. Included in this number were 28 non-Jewish students, which demonstrates the commitment of UF to Israel advocacy.
Clinical medicine can treat patients when they are sick, but public health provides an opportunity to prevent disease and poor health. But too often, medical students don't get to learn about public health, or how to use it when they become doctors. That means many of today's students aren't learning about health care in a broader context.
Webster said that Uber wouldn't effect whom she votes for in 2016, but she thinks the debate will resonate with Millennials who are trying to decide who to vote for in the coming election.
For many of us, as the sole black person in class, we are called upon to represent our race's view on the atrocities that occurred in the past, cringing as we try to articulate a water-downed version from a chapter of a history book. Yet, we are expected to be grateful for that seat and not fight for others.
These are coaches with demonstrated success at the head coaching level who would be able to come in and take this squad to the next level in terms of both recruiting and on-field production.
I would have to give the football/election thesis a passing grade, based on these few cases, regardless of whether you use my statewide speculations or the more precise county analysis of my bold political science friends.
Three of my political science colleagues conducted research showing that winning/losing that Saturday game could boost or cost the incumbent party and its gubernatorial candidate an average of 10 percent in the Tuesday election.
This week, we feature a cross-divisional matchup in the SEC that could have major college football playoff ramifications, especially if the game is as competitive as we anticipate throughout.
OK, "ignorant" may be too harsh a word, but how else do we label the twin facts that only 14 percent of adults in the United States know that the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects the press and that nearly 30 percent cannot name a single right guaranteed by that amendment?
I have dealt with the South and southern politics in previous posts; so we are not going to break major new ground here. But I think it is worthwhile to update what some of today's experts are saying about the South and its role in American democracy and history.