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Labor Day

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  • Tropical history revised: 23 more storms in 1931-1943

    Tropical history revised: 23 more storms in 1931-1943
    It was a most turbulent era. Not only did it cover the Great Depression and the early years of World War II – the 13-year-stretch from 1931 to 1943 experienced some of the most catastrophic hurricane seasons on record. After studying...
  • Google threatened with $100-million lawsuit over celebrity nude photos

    Google threatened with $100-million lawsuit over celebrity nude photos
    A celebrity attorney whose firm represents more than a dozen high-profile women whose personal photos were stolen and then posted online has threatened Google with a lawsuit potentially seeking $100 million or more in damages related to the distribution...
  • Harry Potter sends Comcast's theme park revenue soaring

    Harry Potter sends Comcast's theme park revenue soaring
    Universal Orlando's new Harry Potter land sent Comcast Corp.'s third-quarter theme-park revenue soaring 18.7 percent compared with the previous year, the company said in an earnings report Thursday. Overall, Comcast's profit jumped 50 percent to $2.6...
  • Boxing trainer Joe Goossen fights on through promoter-brother's death

    Boxing trainer Joe Goossen fights on through promoter-brother's death
    For the last month, Joe Goossen’s routine has been a draining cycle of business as usual and daily heartbreak. Goossen, the veteran San Fernando Valley-based boxing trainer, is the brother of promoter Dan Goossen, who on Monday died due to...
  • Live Nation's bid to run Greek Theatre gets parks panel's backing

    Live Nation's bid to run Greek Theatre gets parks panel's backing
    The Greek Theatre could change hands after a Los Angeles city commission recommended Thursday that another company take over running the historic Griffith Park venue, the latest step in a bitter battle between entertainment titans. The decision could...
  • Bill Walker: Unity ticket in Alaska governor's race 'unprecedented'

    Bill Walker: Unity ticket in Alaska governor's race 'unprecedented'
    Bill Walker, Alaska's Republican-turned-independent candidate for governor, and Byron Mallott, who won the state's Democratic primary, were set to take on incumbent Gov. Sean Parnell, a Republican, for the opportunity to run the 49th state. Alone, they...
  • Cobras strike down foes in USSSA diamond play

    The West Pines Cobras' 9-Under Division baseball team continued its early season hot streak by capturing its age-group title during recent fall classic tournament action in Pembroke Pines. Members of the Florida Premier Travel League, the Cobras capped a...
  • Earnhardt wins at Martinsville

    Earnhardt wins at Martinsville
    The Sports Xchange By Amanda Vincent, The Sports Xchange Earnhardt wins at Martinsville MARTINSVILLE, Va. — Dale Earnhardt Jr. claimed his first career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win at Martinsville Speedway on Sunday, taking the checkered...
  • Rick Scott turns again to Chris Christie for campaign help

    Rick Scott turns again to Chris Christie for campaign help
    Gov. Rick Scott sought to create a sense of urgency among outnumbered Republicans in Democrat-heavy South Florida on Sunday, racing around the three counties with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who's quickly become Scott's favorite celebrity political...
  • Mayo: Christmas is here??! Bah humbug!

    Mayo: Christmas is here??!  Bah humbug!
    I went into my local wholesale club the other day, and I couldn't believe what I saw. Christmas merchandise. Rows upon rows of fake trees, lights, ornaments, inflatable lawn decorations. I did a double take, then checked the calendar. It was still...
  • 9-year-old singer brings message of inspiration to F.V. suicide-prevention walk

    9-year-old singer brings message of inspiration to F.V. suicide-prevention walk
    On Sunday morning in Fountain Valley, Sydney Haik will perform her song "Dreaming With My Eyes Open" for the first time. Hopefully, it will be life-affirming. The 9-year-old singer will perform the song along with the national anthem at the American...