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  • Deutch, Wasserman Schultz join NOH8 gay rights campaign

    Deutch, Wasserman Schultz join NOH8 gay rights campaign
    Two South Florida members of Congress – Ted Deutch, D-Boca Raton, and Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Weston – are among the newest participants in the NOH8 campaign in support of equal rights for gays and lesbians. To mark National Coming out...
  • Stiletto Strut project melds art with awareness

    Stiletto Strut project melds art with awareness
    For two women, art is an integral part of life. From designing, to painting and creating, art is part of them – and, in their own ways, so is breast cancer. Plantation resident Judy Polstra has had many breast cancer scares in the last few years,...
  • Early voting events

    The Rev. Al Sharpton, the MSNBC commentator, is scheduled to appear Saturday at rallies in communities with large black populations: Noon at the Lauderhill Mall, where there’s an early voting site, and 2 p.m. at the E. Pat Larkins Community Center,...
  • Sun Sentinel Voter Guide

    Sun Sentinel Voter Guide
    Be prepared for Election Day with poll locations, our candidate endorsements and a guide to the amendments! SUN SENTINEL ENDORSEMENTS President Mitt Romney (R) U.S. Senate Bill Nelson (D) U.S. Representative District 20: Alcee Hastings (D) District...
  • Wasserman Schultz travels with Obama to Israel

    Wasserman Schultz travels with Obama to Israel
     South Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz is accompanying President Obama on his trip to the Middle East to help strengthen his bond with Israel.  Having a prominent Jewish member of Congress on board could help dispel doubts about the...
  • 1.7 million Floridians can get health insurance subsidies

    1.7 million Floridians can get health insurance subsidies
     Having trouble finding affordable health insurance?  You may be one of 1.7 million middle-income Floridians eligible for tax-credit subsidies that will range up to more than $10,000 next year to help you pay for health-care coverage under the...
  • Rosters unveiled for Florida-USA Hardwood Classic at Amway

    Rosters unveiled for Florida-USA Hardwood Classic at Amway
    Four area boys basketball standouts and UCF signee Steven Haney of Fort Lauderdale Aquinas are on the state roster for the Friday, March 29, Florida vs. USA Hardwood Classic at the Amway Center. The Central Florida seniors are RaShawn Powell (Memphis)...
  • 'Westonzuela' offers expatriates a safe home away from home

    'Westonzuela' offers expatriates a safe home away from home
    Welcome to "Westonzuela," where the arepas are fresh and plentiful, flags of yellow, red and blue fly high, and Spanish-language periodicals like "El Venezolano" can be found at the corner gas station. In this western suburb on the edge of the...
  • Broward Republicans contemplate who they want as leader

    Broward Republicans contemplate who they want as leader
    With a four candidate field for the chairmanship of the Broward Republican Party, the voters who will make the decision about the party’s leader for the next two years will get two chances to examine the contenders this week. Candidate forums...
  • Population growth doesn't translate into Hispanic political clout

    Population growth doesn't translate into Hispanic political clout
    More than one in five residents of Broward and Palm Beach counties is Hispanic, but that hasn’t translated into power at city halls, county commissions or in Tallahassee and Washington, D.C. Only a handful of the two counties’ elected...
  • Communities split over best time for local elections

    Communities split over best time for local elections
    Tax increases work. Controversial projects help. Scandal is best. Without drama to get people riled up, it's hard to attract voters to March elections such as the Tuesday contests in 23 cities, towns and villages in Broward and Palm Beach counties....
  • Hugo Chavez death: South Florida reacts to Venezuelan leader's demise

    Hugo Chavez death: South Florida reacts to Venezuelan leader's demise
    Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, who died on Tuesday, had a substantial impact on South Florida, driving thousands of his citizens here to escape his reign. Middle-class and affluent Venezuelans, fearing they would lose their wealth and freedom, fled to...