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  • Council eases stance on restaurant hours

    The Huntington Beach City Council voted Monday to ease up on a proposed zoning change focused on new downtown bars and restaurants that sell alcohol. Council members amended a zoning change, proposed in June, that would require new eateries in the...
  • U.S. moves to levy tariffs on steel from South Korea, 8 other nations

    U.S. moves to levy tariffs on steel from South Korea, 8 other nations
    The U.S. government moved to impose substantial punitive tariffs on hundreds of millions of dollars of imported steel products from South Korea and eight other countries, a much-anticipated decision that marks one of the largest anti-dumping cases in...
  • San Jacinto bans sale of synthetic drugs bath salts, 'Spice'

    San Jacinto bans sale of synthetic drugs bath salts, 'Spice'
    The city of San Jacinto has banned the sale and distribution of synthetic drugs such as bath salts and "Spice" in an effort to curb its use among teens, officials said. Anyone caught selling or possessing synthetic drugs including bath salts and Spice...
  • Regulating e-cigarettes requires a balancing act [Commentary]

    Regulating e-cigarettes requires a balancing act [Commentary]
    This year marks the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Surgeon General's report on the harms of smoking, which launched anti-tobacco public health efforts that have saved an estimated 8 million American lives. We are today a far more educated public when it...
  • Development catches up to Sharp-Leadenhall

    Development catches up to Sharp-Leadenhall
    Roland Brown likes to remember old Leadenhall Street and the people who lived there when he was a child: the Harts, Miss Mary, Emma Jane. They're gone now — dead or moved away, many of them forced out decades ago to make way for a never-realized...
  • Pharmacists Meet To Prepare For Dispensing Medical Marijuana

    Pharmacists Meet To Prepare For Dispensing Medical Marijuana
    SOUTHINGTON — Pharmacists preparing for the advent of Connecticut's medical marijuana industry gathered Wednesday to talk about the clinical aspects of dispensing a drug that has no federal approval nor the guidelines that go along with it. The...
  • Court strikes down New York City ban on super-sized, sugary drinks

    Court strikes down New York City ban on super-sized, sugary drinks
    The state's highest court on Thursday struck down New York City's law banning the sale of super-sized sugary drinks, ending the two-year battle over one of the most memorable -- and controversial -- initiatives of former Mayor Michael Bloomberg. In a...
  • The war on the have-nots: How Detroit resembles Ukraine

    The war on the have-nots: How Detroit resembles Ukraine
    You may have read recently about the daily struggle for survival in parts of Ukraine and Crimea, where warring pro- and anti-Russian forces are using basic necessities of life, such as water, as weapons against the civilian population. The consequences...
  • The game changer

    The game changer
    The story of Erik Hale could be described simply as the American Dream, but there's nothing simple about Hale. Most recently, he had been driven by the pursuit of happiness. He sought fulfillment. Why else would a highly successful car salesman quit...
  • Hartford Region Is Becoming A Bigger Deal

    Hartford Region Is Becoming A Bigger Deal
    If there were no such thing as history, Greater Hartford probably would be one municipality. There might be villages or boroughs here and there, but there'd be one chief executive and one legislative body. That of course did not happen; the region...
  • Why I can't be both a scientist and a liberal [Commentary]

    Why I can't be both a scientist and a liberal [Commentary]
    Economists should be bound by facts and reason. I simply can't embrace liberal positions on the minimum wage, climate change and gender discrimination, and call myself a scientist. Let's take them one by one: The minimum wage: The Congressional Budget...