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  • Young Cowboys scare No. 1 Florida State - Part 1

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Oklahoma State - INSIDE SLANT The win streaks were extended. Florida State claimed its 17th consecutive victory and in the process, a season opener was won for the 16th consecutive year by the reigning national...
  • Hiking L.A.'s minimum wage is a win-win

    Hiking L.A.'s minimum wage is a win-win
    Of all major cities in the country, Los Angeles has the highest percentage of population living in poverty. After decades of slow job growth and stagnant wages, 28% of Angelenos — 1 million people — today live below the poverty line. Our city'...
  • Young Cowboys scare No. 1 Florida State - Part 1

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Kansas State - INSIDE SLANT The win streaks were extended. Florida State claimed its 17th consecutive victory and in the process, a season opener was won for the 16th consecutive year by the reigning national...
  • Labor looks for realignment of power that could strengthen its hand

    As the final push begins to fill a key seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, union leaders, elected officials and political analysts are anticipating a realignment of power that could strengthen the hand of organized labor in decisions...
  • Cheerleaders' wage-theft lawsuit to cost Oakland Raiders $1.25 million

    Cheerleaders' wage-theft lawsuit to cost Oakland Raiders $1.25 million
    Eight months after filing a groundbreaking, class-action wage theft lawsuit against the Oakland Raiders, two former Raiderettes cheerleaders have won a $1.25-million settlement from the team. The deal was announced today by attorneys for both sides, and...
  • School nurses serve as one-person medical teams on campus

    By Erinn Hutkin Debbie Clay decided to become a school nurse after she became a mom. Her first child had a developmental delay, a mild learning disability and ADHD, so Clay attended many meetings at school while her daughter, now a college grad, was...
  • Can Saucon Valley afford to pay teachers more?

    Can Saucon Valley afford to pay teachers more?
    During a nearly three-year contract impasse, the Saucon Valley School District has been portrayed as a bastion of affluence that could easily give teachers what they want, but refuses to do so. What the teachers wanted was a 3 percent raise in each of...
  • Federal Judge Richard Posner's stinging rebuke to foes of gay marriage, full .html text

    Federal Judge Richard Posner's stinging rebuke to foes of gay marriage, full .html text
    In his opinion issued yesterday, Chicago-based Federal Judge Richard Posner, writing for a three-judge panel, didn't simply overturn the ban on gay marriage in Wisconsin and Indiana. In the words of Charles Pierce at Esquire, he "tore (it) into tiny...
  • Why do NFL coaches rarely rise from the ranks of players?

    In Major League Baseball and the National Hockey League, the highest level of playing experience is almost a prerequisite to becoming a head coach or manager. In the National Basketball Association, almost half the head coaches have played in the league....
  • Immigrants are most susceptible to worker misclassification

    SAN FERNANDO, Calif. Week after week, Alfredo Barreda carried a paycheck from his construction job to the bank, where he waited in line for a teller and then stuffed two wads of cash into the front pockets of his pants, he said. The money in the left...
  • Risk and compliance specialists in high demand at banks

    At a time when banks are trimming staff to lower expenses, one area of hiring remains hot: risk and compliance. Banks, wary of being penalized for violating new regulations introduced since the financial crisis, are staffing up on risk and compliance...