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  • Emanuel speed cameras may bring in more revenue than expected

    Emanuel speed cameras may bring in more revenue than expected
    Chicago's first speed cameras at just four locations issued warnings to more than 233,000 speeders in 45 days, violations that would have totaled $13.8 million in tickets, according to data released by the city today. Mayor Rahm Emanuel has touted his...
  • Bookkeeper, already convicted of fraud, accused of embezzling from new boss

    Bookkeeper, already convicted of fraud, accused of embezzling from new boss
    Annique Vivienne Newton, 34, a Bradenton bookkeeper currently on probation for embezzling more than $400,000 from her previous employer in Sarasota, is once again accused of swiping $17,000 from the cookie jar at her new job, a small marketing firm,...
  • Egyptians celebrate Eid with party hats and protests

    CAIRO – Koran verses gave way to political epithets as Islamists rose from morning prayers on Thursday to celebrate the Eid feast before gathering banners and marching in another day of rallies against Egypt’s military-backed government....
  • Obama cancels meeting with Putin after Russia grants Snowden asylum

    Obama cancels meeting with Putin after Russia grants Snowden asylum
    WASHINGTON – President Obama has canceled plans to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the wake of the country’s decision to offer temporary asylum to Edward Snowden, the former U.S. spy agency contractor who leaked secret...
  • In Tamarac (rhymes with whack), City Hall keeps getting crazier

    In Tamarac (rhymes with whack), City Hall keeps getting crazier
    In happier times, Tamarac Commissioner Patricia Atkins-Grad liked going by her campaign moniker, "Positively Patte." Tamarac politics today can be summed up as Positively Batty. Between the ongoing sagas involving Atkins-Grad and Mayor Beth Flansbaum-...
  • Myanmar army releases child soldiers

    NEW DELHI – The Myanmar army released 62 child soldiers Wednesday in its latest bid to meet international human rights standards, although critics said more children still remain in uniform. Since the army agreed to end the practice in June 2012,...
  • China fines baby formula companies $108 million in price-fixing case

    The Chinese government Wednesday issued what it said were record-high fines totaling $108 million in connection with the scandal-ridden baby formula industry. Five foreign companies were fined -- Mead Johnson, Dumex, Abbott Laboratories, Royal...
  • Kenya scrambles to limit economic fallout from massive airport fire

    NAIROBI, Kenya — Domestic flights resumed Wednesday evening at Nairobi's Jomo Kenyatta International Airport using the cargo terminal, as authorities struggled to contain the economic fallout from a devastating fire at the main international...
  • Becker & Poliakoff lobbyist at center of latest Miami-Dade corruption scandal

    Becker & Poliakoff lobbyist at center of latest Miami-Dade corruption scandal
    In February, Hollywood-based Becker & Poliakoff law firm, one of South Florida’s top lobbying shops, trumpeted a big expansion of its lobbying practice. Now, one of the lobbyists Becker & Poliakoff was so happy to have, Richard F. Candia, is...
  • Buena Park city employees charged with embezzling $822,000

    Buena Park city employees charged with embezzling $822,000
    Two men could face life in prison if convicted of embezzling more than $822,000 from the city of Buena Park during their time as city employees, the Orange County district attorney’s office said Tuesday. Rudolph P. Juarez, 56, of Anaheim, who...
  • Juan Gabriel Vasquez on 'The Sound of Things Falling'

    Juan Gabriel Vasquez on 'The Sound of Things Falling'
    For more than a decade in the 1980s and ’90s, the MedellĂ­n drug cartel and its notorious leader, Pablo Escobar, held an entire nation hostage. Drug-related violence and terrorism were the order of the day in Colombia, with Bogotá as dangerous, in...