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Trade him. Waive him. Cut him.Whatever.Just get rid of him.Jameis Winston should never play another game for the Tampa Bay Bucs.Plain and simple, he's a bad guy and the Bucs should have nothing more to do with him.He's already going to miss the first three games of next season, the result of being
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The news of Jameis Winston's expected suspension to start the upcoming season likely means that the Bucs will have veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick stepping in at quarterback for three crucial games.Fitzpatrick stepped in as a starter for three games last year when Winston was sidelined with a shoulder
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Gary Littrell spent the first 17 years of his life in "survival mode." Then he joined the U.S. Army and was shipped off to Vietnam.Littrell was awarded a Congressional Medal of Honor in 1973, for actions he took that saved lives.The award honored his "extraordinary courage and selflessness" during
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The NFL is expected to suspend Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston at least three games without pay for violating the league's personal conduct policy. Winston's suspension could be increased if he fails to meet certain undisclosed requirements expected to be imposed by the NFL.Thursday's news wasn't
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ST. PETERSBURG — Three lieutenants responsible for supervising the police officers who patrol the city were found to have been faking their work hours instead of showing up for duty on time.In some cases, the watch commanders submitted time sheets stating they were working overtime while their
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The federal Centers for Disease Control recently released data on suicide rates. For the three-year period ending in 2001, to the three-year period ending in 2016, the suicide rate in the United States increased 25 percent.The increase has been treated as a mental health epidemic. People are
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Most people can agree that international affairs should not be conducted by tweet — especially when the tweeter in question is Donald Trump. Among other reasons, it’s easy to dismiss the president’s mercurial rage and flagrant insults as little more than temper tantrums.But that’s a mistake.
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It turns out the U.S. Supreme Court has a better grasp of the economic realities of the 21st century than Congress or the Florida Legislature. The court ruled Thursday that states can require online retailers to collect sales taxes even if the retailers do not have a physical presence in the state.
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In a sense, Tona Bell and her husband Randy Rosenthal are striving to save an endangered species.Creation has ceased. Existence wanes. The experts needed to sustain their place in our society are dying off.Bell and Rosenthal, however, remain undaunted."We’re on a mission to save all the typewriters,
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TAMPA - The NFL is planning to suspend Tampa Bay Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston at least three games without pay for violating the league's personal conduct policy. Winston's suspension could be increased if he fails to meet certain undisclosed requirements expected to be imposed
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