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  • Not a good week to be poor or unemployed in America

    It hasn’t been a good week to be poor or unemployed in America. Or a good few years, for that matter. Some 850,000 low-income families in 15 states, including California, lost help in the farm bill that President Obama signed into law Friday. On...
  • 'RoboCop' a lumbering remake, reviews say

    In 1987, Paul Verhoeven's futuristic crime thriller "RoboCop" made its mark with equal parts over-the-top violence and cynical, prescient satire. Now director Jose Padilha's remake has updated the cybernetic cop's story with references to the hot-button...
  • On the Town: Foundation's ball is a real gem; Founders' Day celebration; "Above the Fold" at Pasadena Playhouse

    On the Town: Foundation's ball is a real gem; Founders' Day celebration; "Above the Fold" at Pasadena Playhouse
    Guests at the Dancing with Diamonds gala rocked the night away on Friday at the Glendale Educational Foundation's annual ball. Representing the diamond theme, two half-carat diamond rings were given to drawing winners, who purchased champagne flutes for a...
  • Even anti-tax Republicans are wary of Lollar's income tax plan

    Even anti-tax Republicans are wary of Lollar's income tax plan
    Recently, Republican candidate for governor Charles Lollar gave an interview to the Washington Post in which he touted his idea to eliminate Maryland's income tax. Mr. Lollar, however, has not issued a detailed plan explaining how he would offset the...
  • Meet "The Mask": Possibly world's most advanced computer spy outfit

    Meet "The Mask": Possibly world's most advanced computer spy outfit
    Governments. Embassies. Energy companies. Universities. Activists. They've all been victims of what researchers are calling one of the most advanced cybersecurity threats they've ever seen.  On Monday, a Kaspersky Lab security research team released...
  • Gansler remarks about Prince George's draw rebuke

    Gansler remarks about Prince George's draw rebuke
    More than two dozen elected officials who represent Prince George's County circulated a letter Monday protesting remarks Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler made over the weekend as he opened a gubernatorial campaign office in Forestville. The officials...
  • Bill Gates: The world is better than ever

    Bill Gates: The world is better than ever
    Bill Gates wants you to feel much better about the future of mankind. Things are looking up, he says, way up. "By almost any measure, the world is better than it has ever been," Gates wrote in his annual letter chronicling the work of the Bill & Melinda...
  • Women make the jump at Winter Games [Commentary]

    Women make the jump at Winter Games [Commentary]
    Women will compete in the ski jump for the first time ever in the Winter Olympics Tuesday. Don't blink, you might miss it. While the men will compete on both hills and in team competition this week, the women will take only one day to jump from the...
  • The Biblioracle: No love lost for romance

    The Biblioracle: No love lost for romance
    Every so often, I'm reminded that the books I spend most of my time reading, and thinking and writing about, aren't the ones actually being read by, you know, most people. Ron Charles, book critic for the Washington Post, alerted me to the latest bit of...
  • Donyell Marshall Learning The Ways Of Coaching

    HAMDEN — Donyell Marshall had 10,716 points and 72.4 million reasons not to pour his heart into coaching. That's how much money Marshall made over 15 years playing in the NBA. That kind of money can change a guy's attitude as much as his lifestyle....
  • 'Lego Movie' a colorful, outside-the-box adventure, reviews say

    Playtime has just begun for "The Lego Movie," and film critics could scarcely be more delighted. Directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller's new 3-D animated film about an ordinary Lego minifigure-turned-unlikely-hero is meeting with nearly unanimous...