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  1. Trump taps Christie, not Pam Bondi, to head opioid panel

    Blogs

    As it's becoming abundantly clear, Pam Bondi still doesn't have a job in the Donald Trump administration. 

    Chris Christie to head Trump opioid abuse commission
  2. Beside the vice president, a 'prayer warrior' stands

    National

    During the first of Vice President Mike Pence's two unsuccessful races for Congress, he rode a single-speed bicycle more than 250 miles around his district, much of it accompanied by his wife, Karen, along for the journey.

    Karen Pence, wife of Vice President Mike Pence, applauds as she speaks to a crowd at NAS Meridian in Meridian, Miss., on Monday, March 27, 2017, honoring military spouses at a reception observing Women's History Month. [Paula Merritt | Meridian Star via AP]
  3. Tampa clears industrial site near Hillsborough River for redevelopment

    Local Government

    TAMPA — What's remarkable about the 12 acres that the city of Tampa owns near the Hillsborough River is not what's there now:

    Leo Rausenberg gives Mayor Bob Buckhorn instructions on how to operate a bulldozer at the city's water and waste water maintenance yard on Wednesday.Once the 12 acres is cleared, City Hall plans to seek proposals from the private sector to buy it and build apartments on it. CHARLIE KAIJO   |   Times
  4. Woman drives into Capitol Police cruiser; shots fired; not considered terrorism

    Public Safety

    WASHINGTON — A woman described as "erratic and aggressive" drove a vehicle into a U.S. Capitol Police cruiser near the Capitol on Wednesday morning and was taken into custody, police said.

    A woman, center, is taken into custody on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, March 29, 2017. Police say a driver struck a U.S. Capitol Police cruiser near the U.S. Capitol and was taken into custody. [Associated Press]
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