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  • Cuba has done very little to help relations with US

    Cuba has done very little to help relations with US
    More than 100 days ago, the presidents of the United States and Cuba announced their desire to reestablish diplomatic relations and open up embassies in Washington, D.C., and Havana. It is worthwhile seeing what has changed in relations between the...
  • Zsa Zsa Gabor press conference

     
    Actress Zsa Zsa Gabor is surrounded by media following her conviction of slapping a police officer....
  • LAPD's inconsistent discipline has a steep price

    LAPD's inconsistent discipline has a steep price
    There were no vigils, no protests, no #blacklivesmatter tweets when Steven Washington, 27, alone and unarmed, was killed five years ago by a Los Angeles police officer on a dark Koreatown street. The shooting was blamed on tactical errors; the officer...
  • State job doesn't guarantee retirement security

    State job doesn't guarantee retirement security
    Dear Liz: After many years of unemployment, I finally got a full-time position. It is a state job with a pension. How much do I need to save for retirement? Can I focus on paying off debt and saving for college, and trust I will be OK in retirement?...
  • Leesburg must take steps to deal with rise in crime

    First of two parts. A bizarre burst of crime in Leesburg started nearly three weeks ago. On Jan. 27, Hansel-and-Gretel-style burglars left a trail of peanut M&Ms — they didn't steal the plain ones — leading into woods when they took 18...
  • Legislators Urged To Undo Court Ruling That Lets Police Suppress Arrest Details

    Legislators Urged To Undo Court Ruling That Lets Police Suppress Arrest Details
    Police departments in Connecticut don't have to release much information about arrests that they make — not in a timely manner, anyway — and open-government advocates are now saying that legislators need to pass a bill to increase disclosure...
  • 'The Breakfast Club' 30 years later: Don't you forget about them

    'The Breakfast Club' 30 years later: Don't you forget about them
    When you grow up, your heart dies. I know this because Ally Sheedy told me so. She said we all become our parents, there is no avoiding it. Also, if I ever do decide to run away from home, I don't have to live on the streets; I could go to Afghanistan....
  • Pot farm a template for strapped Indian tribes -- or a cautionary tale?

    Pot farm a template for strapped Indian tribes -- or a cautionary tale?
    It's quiet this time of year in Mendocino County. The marijuana plants are still tiny, so the air is fresh and unmarred by the skunky smell of ripe weed. Day workers have not yet invaded the area in search of lucrative work trimming the county's...
  • TurboTax user says phony return was filed in his name

    TurboTax user says phony return was filed in his name
    Adam VanCuren thought he was going crazy last Sunday. He was about to file his 2014 federal tax return but his online tax software, TurboTax, was telling him he'd already filed it a week earlier. "I had to really think hard and remember if I already...
  • The sociology of dead children

    Experts have put urban violence under the microscope. You might call it the sociology of dead kids. There's a lot less here than meets the eye, or so it seemed when I read about a new study by researchers at Yale called "Tragic, but not random: The...
  • No police accountability in shooting of WWII vet, 95

    No police accountability in shooting of WWII vet, 95
    If you've ever heard the sound of a broom on a shop floor, sweeping up right before closing time, you would have heard it in the raspy voice of Cook County Associate Judge Luciano Panici reading his decision in the Wrana case. It wasn't crumbs or dust...