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The Long March
Judge Larry´s friends fall out
While the grunts take the heat, Sheriff Jenne and the rest of the BSO brass remain unscathed by Powertrac.
Miriam is only the beginning. Them boys in Tallahassee may bag some really big game.
Were the absentee ballots lost or stolen? Either way, it's a crime.
Broward's elections office has been hijacked by Republican activists. Blame local Democrats.
For Rodstrom and Dunlap, all's fair in local electoral politics
How cash-fueled politics and a grudge could cause another election fiasco
A Journalistic Paragon of a Columnist
Read it before it's too late
North Broward Hospital District Readers' Choice: Miriam Oliphant
Here are the 12 Broward-Palm Beach newsmakers who will make you blush
Unopened Absentee Ballots
You press the screen. The machine tells you that your vote has been counted. But how can you be sure?
104.1-FM The Boss maintains radio silence
The president's war, his brother's fib, a black man's past, and Mayor Griffin's demise
The Oliphant in the Room
Listen up, lady; your attackers know whereof they speak
Bandwidth takes to the airwaves -- and lives to tell the tale
Separating Whatís Equal
A left-wing zealot
F-A-Screw-You, New Times
A problem that marred the 2000 ballot is back
Does it matter to blacks which wealthy, middle-aged white guy is Florida's next governor?
The former deputy elections supervisor disappeared after Election Day. His boss made him do it.
The Broward Times delivers unconventional, often shrill journalism to an unsuspecting town
Lionel Stewart is honest, idealistic, and experienced. He doesn't stand a chance against the Jenne political machine.
When Americans With Disabilities Act Out
An F in economics. That's what the Broward County school board earned when they rushed to fire construction firm Church and Tower, only to be sued for millions.
For 24 years toxic soot from the Wingate dump rained down on Leola McCoy and her neighbors. She calls it environmental racism.