Negron to Face Argenio Again

He accused Argenio of using an "onslaught of soft money." STUART - Attorney Joe Negron announced Thursday he is again ready to challenge state Rep. Art Argenio for the…

Keep the Focus on Consumers

Here's the last word on the Microsoft case from Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson: get ready for a government-directed "rescue mission" of the otherwise wildly successful high-tech sector.

Microsoft Is Not Standard Oil

Here's the last word on the Microsoft case from Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson: get ready for a government-directed "rescue mission" of the otherwise wildly successful high-tech sector.

Software Landing

Consumers won't see any price changes immediately from the breakup of Microsoft, but whether the split eventually will bring higher or lower prices is debatable. U.S. District Judge Thomas…

Luck of the Draw at IRS?

Juanita Broaddrick, whom about 80 percent of Americans believed when she accused President Clinton of raping her (how do you like that poll?), is being audited by the Internal Revenue…

‘Taxpayers’ Friend’

State Rep. John Culberson, R-west Houston, received the Friend of the Taxpayer award from Texas Citizens for a Sound Economy "for his service to his constituents by protecting taxpayers and…

Microsoft Breakup Questioned

The attorney general of North Carolina, one of the states suing Microsoft for antitrust violations, voiced doubts about the government's proposal to break up the company in an interview published…