Opinion

Editorials

USF pays off big for region

While the University of South Florida has been ticking off in-house successes such as endowment growth and an improving graduation rate, a new report finds the school’s strides are reverberating well beyond its campuses.

Letters to the Editor

Landlord had no other choice

As I read my Nov. 27 Bradenton Herald, I became upset at the slant of the story of the woman evicted from Bayside Villas. That dear lady refused to vacate her cluttered, bug-infested apartment so it could be cleaned and fumigated. The landlord had no other choice but to evict her and that’s not discrimination.

National Opinions

New life in the political center

Over the past few decades, party loyalty has been the defining feature of national politics. Especially in the House but even in the Senate, members deferred to their party leaders. Congress as a whole deferred to the presidency. Members of the president’s own party acted as his foot soldiers. Members of the other party acted as his opposition.

Videos

Former New York Met Darryl Strawberry brings intense message to The Source Church

Now an ordained Christian minister, Strawberry said people must pray to discover their calling
Richard Dymond Bradenton Herald
Former New York Met Darryl Strawberry brings intense message to The Source Church 1:31

Former New York Met Darryl Strawberry brings intense message to The Source Church

Cuban exile hopes to return to free Cuba 1:30

Cuban exile hopes to return to free Cuba

Dakota Access pipeline protesters give their reasons for joining Standing Rock 2:58

Dakota Access pipeline protesters give their reasons for joining Standing Rock

Cuba bids farewell to Fidel Castro 1:14

Cuba bids farewell to Fidel Castro