Like dead men, the government tells no tales
If I were a government bureaucrat -- God forbid -- I would not be able to write letters with a straight face like one I recently received from the Internal Revenue Service.
A spoonful of protest
After battling big sugar for years in the courts and at the polls, environmentalists with Save Our Everglades are now taking the fight to supermarket shelves throughout the region.
2 sides near deal on budget
The House and Senate tentatively agree to slightly more than $1-billion in cuts for the rest of the fiscal year.
Reno won't let baggage hold her back
The former U.S. Attorney General confronts with humor what many see as drawbacks to her chances against Jeb Bush if she is the Democrats' choice.
Part of campaign law is tossed out
The federal court ruled that the law violated the First Amendment.