Sunday July 3rd, 2022 7:32PM

Ken Stanford

Contributing Editor
Ken  Stanford
Looming tax hike not the biggest ever
Republicans are calling it "Taxmageddon," the big tax increase awaiting nearly every American family at the end of the year, when a long list of tax cuts are scheduled to expire unless Congress acts.
6:48AM ( 10 years ago )
Hundreds evacuated as Colo., NM fires grow
Strong winds have grounded firefighting aircraft at a 40-square-mile wildfire in southern New Mexico.
7:01PM ( 10 years ago )
Is ur #MD 2 square? Some use e-tech with patients
Is your doctor a technophobe? Increasingly, the answer may be no.
5:05PM ( 10 years ago )
Efforts to relax pot rules gaining momentum in US
Catharine Leach is married and has two boys, age 2 and 8. She has a good job with a federal contractor and smokes pot most every day.
2:33PM ( 10 years ago )
Atlanta to host Southeast Summit on Immigration
As the U.S. Supreme Court prepares to rule on Arizona's immigration law and as more states in the Southeast debate passing their own immigration laws, prominent figures in the region will convene Monday in Atlanta to discuss "the importance of immigrants and immigration to the region's economic and cultural vitality."
2:33PM ( 10 years ago )
Rabun Co. to mark 40th anniversary of 'Deliverance'
Rabun County, Georgia, and Long Creek, S.C., are preparing to mark the 40th anniversary of the filming and release of the hit movie "Deliverance."
10:52AM ( 10 years ago )
Bailout for Spain's banks buys time for Europe
The plan to bail out Spain's banks with up to $125 billion in aid buys European policymakers time to try to save the euro and eases deep fears in global financial markets.
8:52AM ( 10 years ago )
Pending Supreme Court AZ immigration law ruling likely to spur more challenges
An upcoming U.S. Supreme Court decision, which is expected to uphold the most controversial part of Arizona
2:46PM ( 10 years ago )
Obama campaign woos Hispanics with TV, radio ads
Her Latin American background is clear in her speech as Lynnette Acosta talks about how President Barack Obama's health care plan could help a diabetic neighbor.
12:38PM ( 10 years ago )
Poll: Americans know how to save energy, but balk
When it comes to saving energy, people in the United States know that driving a fuel-efficient car accomplishes more than turning off the lights at home.

But that doesn't mean they'll do it.
12:32PM ( 10 years ago )