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  • C'mon millennials: Let's flex our political muscle and demand economic justice

    C'mon millennials: Let's flex our political muscle and demand economic justice
    This week, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi indicated that Democrats would attempt to pass a proposed federal minimum wage hike using an obscure House parliamentary procedure. Called a “discharge petition,” the tactic brings a bill —...
  • Some feel cheated by change in film academy's Hollywood museum plans

    Some feel cheated by change in film academy's Hollywood museum plans
    The visitors came with a box of doughnuts and an offer to buy the Hollywood property that Funk Bros. Automotive had called home for more than a decade. In its place, they said, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences wanted to build a movie...
  • Orland fire district wants defibrillator in every business

    Orland fire district wants defibrillator in every business
    Soon, Mercedes-Benz of Orland Park will be able to offer an unusual service for a car dealership: emergency care for cardiac arrest. The dealership will purchase three AEDs, or automatic emergency defibrillators, and work with the Orland Fire Protection...
  • High electric bills zapping thousands

    Susan Martucci figured her latest electric bill might be higher because of the crazy cold weather, but the bill she got was just plain crazy. "When you are used to a bill around $150 or so, $650 is way, way off," said Martucci, of Salisbury Township....
  • Sony CEO: 'I'm Not Entertaining Even the Notion of Selling Our Entertainment Assets'

    Kazuo Hirai has circumnavigated the globe 12 times since becoming CEO of Sony Corp. in 2012, but he's about to embark on what could be his most entertaining voyage yet: to the Academy Awards. The 53-year-old executive, known to all as Kaz, is quick to...
  • Marin Sun purchase of slaughterhouse could be a game-changer for sustainable meat

    What started out as a nightmare for small cattle ranchers in Northern California could turn out to be the game-changer sustainable meat has been waiting for. Rancho Feeding Co., the Petaluma-based slaughterhouse that closed down last week after...
  • Carroll-Camden area hopes Horseshoe casino brings luck

    Carroll-Camden area hopes Horseshoe casino brings luck
    The gleaming new Horseshoe Casino Baltimore that greets visitors entering the city on Russell Street rises from gritty surroundings, flanked by a Holiday Inn Express and a concrete bunker-like block of storage units. Those two neighboring properties...
  • Work on small business health exchange website halted

    Work on small business health exchange website halted
    The contractor under fire for the botched rollout of the state's troubled online health exchange for uninsured people was also hired during a closed-door meeting to develop a similar marketplace for Maryland's small businesses — work that exchange...
  • Checkers drives into the Valley

    French fry lovers rejoice! The Lehigh Valley's first Checkers have opened within months of each other, allowing customers to "feast on" in Allentown and Bethlehem. The greasy-spoon section of Allentown's South Fourth Street got even greasier thanks to...
  • It's Time To Raise The Minimum Wage

    Why on earth would anybody oppose raising the minimum wage in America to 10 bucks an hour — a level no working adult would recognize as livin' large? I can think of two reasons. Actually, there are three, considering that President Barack Obama...
  • Court slaps down BP's motion to torpedo its own gulf spill settlement

    Court slaps down BP's motion to torpedo its own gulf spill settlement
    No dice, BP.  That's what a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals in New Orleans told the giant oil company in a ruling issued late Monday. The judges rejected BP's motion to block payments to victims of the massive Deepwater Horizon oil...