U.S. Supreme Court rejects Florida Gov. Rick Scott's request to review drug testing decision

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected Florida Gov. Rick Scott's request that it review a lower court ruling that his drug testing policy for state employees was unconstituti …

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At MacDill, Sonic's bark is better than a boom

TAMPA — The U.S. Air Force can throw a mighty arsenal at its enemies. Smart bombs. Bunker busters. Fighter jets. Flying gunships. Atomic bombs. What weapon does the world's most powerf …

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    Video report and photo gallery from Sunday's game

    Our video report and photo gallery from the Rays 5-1, 12-inning Easter Sunday loss to the Yankees. Video by Will Vragovic....

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    U.S. Supreme Court rejects Rick Scott's request to review drug testing decision

    WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected Florida Gov. Rick Scott's request that it review a lower court ruling that his drug testing policy for state employees was unconstitutional....

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    'Mad Men' recap: Lies, lies, lies (and an 'I love you')

    DON AND SALLY
    Sean: Let's be honest about this ep dealing in dishonesty, Michelle: It wasn't the most riveting hour, especially after last week's woe-is-us premiere. This one was a table-setter, which, considering this season is the Grand Finale, is a little frustrating. Let's get this train wreck a-rollin'! That said, the Don and Sally, father and daughter, relationship -- always one of the most complex on Mad Men -- was a heartbreaker, especially that closing line: "Happy Valentine's Day. I love you." Always more drawn to her old man than vacuous mom Betty, Sally was so casual and earnest in her feelings (not exactly a Don specialty), it caught our anti-hero totally off-guard. I was waiting for the waterworks! (Have we ever seen Don cry, by the way?) I won't bring my messy lil' life into this, but as the Dad of two preteen girls, there is a bare-bones honesty you have with your daughters. Because why lie, why front -- this is home. Sally, she of the exceptional eyebrows and budding smoking habit, is wary of her Dad, doesn't understand him, but she loves him all the same. The restaurant scene was packed with subtext: Don doesn't want Sally going to funerals, primarily as his own. Plus what was up with the dine-and-dash joke? Was he testing her? Or was he just showing -- with that slow pull of the cash from his still robust wallet -- that Papa's not a hobo quite yet?...

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