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  • Andrew Duffell, president, Research Park at Florida Atlantic University

    Andrew Duffell, president, Research Park at Florida Atlantic University
    Last week: Governor Scott is asking Florida businesses the best way to return taxes to residents and fuel further economic growth. Eliminate the sales tax on commercial leases. Invest in the reform of the homeowner’s insurance market. Target and...
  • Egypt's Ismailia Fest Launches Second Edition Of Co-Prod Mart Dedicated To Arab Docs

    After a positive launch last year, Egypt's Ismailia Intl. Film Festival will hold its second co-production mart dedicated to documentaries linked to the Arab world, June 3-8, in the port city on the west bank of the Suez Canal. With prominent Egyptian...
  • Lost places

    My soul is in the streets of Buenos Aires. Not the greedy streets jostling with crowds and traffic, but the neighborhood streets where nothing is happening, almost invisible by force of habit, rendered eternal in the dim light of sunset, and the...
  • Egypt's president reasserts his country's sovereignty in world affairs

    PARIS -- The interview given The New York Times by the new president of Egypt, Mohamed Morsi, on the eve of his trip to New York for the annual United Nations General Assembly meeting, was notable for its moderation, but more than that, for its calm and...
  • Egyptian troops, protesters clash ahead of Sunday celebrations

    Egyptian troops, protesters clash ahead of Sunday celebrations
    CAIRO — Clashes between Egyptian security forces and supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood flared Friday near Cairo’s Tahrir Square and several other locales, reviving bitter animosities that have simmered in the seven weeks since the army...
  • Gunmen attack Egyptian troops; Morsi backers hold protests

    Gunmen attack Egyptian troops; Morsi backers hold protests
    CAIRO -- Machine gun-wielding assailants fired Friday on an Egyptian military armored personnel carrier on the road linking the capital and the Suez Canal city of Ismalia, killing two soldiers and wounding two others, state media reported. The army...
  • At least 34 dead in Egypt as holiday turns violent

    CAIRO — Clouds of tear gas wafted into the air and gunshots rang out Sunday as supporters and opponents of Egypt’s military-backed government battled one another in the streets on a major holiday dedicated to the army — clashes that...
  • Egyptian journalist gets suspended jail sentence for Sinai coverage

    Egyptian journalist gets suspended jail sentence for Sinai coverage
    CAIRO -- A military court has given a well-known Egyptian journalist working in the Sinai peninsula a six-month suspended jail sentence, state media reported Saturday, in a case that had drawn protests from media groups and rights activists. The...
  • Egypt attacks could signal more widespread violence

    Egypt attacks could signal more widespread violence
    CAIRO — A series of attacks against military, security and government-linked targets rattled Egypt on Monday, a day after violent street clashes on a military holiday left more than 50 people dead and at least 250 hurt. Masked assailants opened...
  • The case for cutting off aid to Egypt

    The case for cutting off aid to Egypt
    Prominent commentators, including Leslie Gelb, John Bolton and Bret Stephens, are counseling the Obama administration to swallow its qualms about the military coup in Cairo and embrace the generals as the best alternative to the Muslim Brotherhood. This...
  • Scattered violence reported in Egyptian protests; one dead

    Scattered violence reported in Egyptian protests; one dead
    CAIRO – Scattered violence was reported late Sunday as hundreds of thousands of protesters swelled through the streets of Egyptian cities and towns in mostly peaceful demonstrations against President Mohamed Morsi. The state news agency said about...
  • Newton: What about the Port of Los Angeles?

    Newton: What about the Port of Los Angeles?
    It's fun for mayoral candidates to imagine eliminating potholes or building new trains to link the Valley to the Westside. It's not hard to support a spiffed-up LAX (really, what's hard to believe is that it's taken this long) or legions of new police...