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Source: 2013 Scarborough Report (r1 2/12-1/13)


  1. U.N. panel cites concerns with U.S. practices

    World

    Switzerland

    U.N. panel cites concerns with U.S. practices

  2. Acting Secret Service chief acts to boost scarred agency

    Nation

    WASHINGTON — On his way to work every morning, Joseph Clancy passes his new obsession: the 71/2-foot fence that surrounds the White House.

    Acting Secret Service director Joseph Clancy
  3. Militants kill 35 at mosque in Nigeria

    KANO, Nigeria — Militants struck the central mosque in one of Nigeria's biggest cities Friday, intensifying the violence that has swept across the nation's north in recent months.

    People gather at the site of an explosion in Kano, Nigeria, on Friday. A blast tore through the central mosque in the nation’s second-largest city, killing 35 and injuring 150, said a police official. No one has taken responsibility for the mosque attack.
  4. Lewis Baltz, photographer of urban anomie, dies at 69

    Obituaries

    Lewis Baltz, 69, whose caustic but formally beautiful black-and-white images of parking lots, office parks, industrial garage doors and the backs of anonymous warehouses helped forge a new tradition of U.S. landscape photography in an age of urban sprawl, died of cancer and emphysema Nov. 22 in Paris.

    Lewis Baltz’s photos helped capture the rapid transformation wrought by urban sprawl in the ’60s and ’70s.
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  5. Football: East Lake 40, Fort Myers 7

    Footballpreps

    TARPON SPRINGS — A prodigiously proficient first-half offensive attack has East Lake headed to its second straight state semifinal. East Lake easily handled previously unbeaten Fort Myers 40-7 on Friday.

    The East Lake defense, from left, of Justin Strnad (13), Dylan Renaker (36) and Regis Steighner (57) swarm Fort Myers quarterback Dylan Degroot during the second quarter.
  6. Football: Live Oak Suwannee 37, Lakewood 0

    Footballpreps

    LIVE OAK — Lakewood quarterback Ryan Davis became Pinellas County's all-time passing leader with 6,760 career yards, surpassing the previous mark of 6,733 set by former East Lake standout Pete DiNovo.

    Ryan Davis is Pinellas County’s all-time passing leader.
  7. Saturday's sports on TV/radio

    TV and Radio

    TODAY

    Boxing
    Lightweights: Crawford vs. Beltran10 p.m.HBO
    College basketball
    Jacksonville at USF1:30 p.m.1010-AM, 98.7-FM
    Georg …
  8. Football: Delray Beach American Heritage 63, Clearwater Central Catholic 13

    Footballpreps

    CLEARWATER — With a berth in the Class 3A state championship on the line, it was a tough time for Clearwater Central Catholic to be nicked up.

    Clearwater Central Catholic senior Jared Brown lets his emotions show after Friday’s state semifinal loss.
  9. Football: Kissimmee Osceola 35, Tampa Bay Tech 15

    Footballpreps

    KISSIMMEE — In many ways, the final play of the game was a snapshot of Tampa Bay Tech's historic season.

  10. Football: Orlando Bishop Moore 30, Jesuit 29 (2OT)

    Footballpreps

    ORLANDO -— Trailing by one point in double overtime Friday night, second-year Jesuit coach Matt Thompson made arguably the gutsiest decision of his young career.