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  • San Francisco Approves Giant Redevelopment Project

    San Francisco Approves Giant Redevelopment Project
    After more than 20 years of environmental cleanup efforts, San Francisco's largest swath of undeveloped land will someday be home to thousands of families, as well as parks, businesses and perhaps even a new football stadium. The county Board of...
  • Californians' income falls for first time since WWII

    Californians' income falls for first time since WWII
    Newly released figures show that the personal income of California residents declined last year for the first time since World War II. An analysis by the federal Bureau of Economic Analysis found that statewide income fell by $40 billion in 2009 to $1.56...
  • Appeal against Samueli dropped

    The U.S. Attorney's office has dropped its appeal against Newport Beach billionaire Henry Samueli, who had a criminal case against him and other Broadcom executives dismissed by a federal judge last year. Samueli, co-founder of Broadcom and co-owner of...
  • Options multiply for single parents

    The kids may still be in school and the calendar may still say winter, but vacation time will be here before you know it. For single parents trying to fill two roles, however, a vacation may seem more like work. Travel agents, resorts, touring companies,...
  • Wait for adjuster deepens agony of damaged home

    Some Central Floridians, already frustrated by delays in getting electricity, gasoline and other basic goods and services, are now caught in another waiting game, this time with their insurance company. Four days after Hurricane Charley tore through...
  • New Rules Will Cost Dissidents at NIH

    WASHINGTON — When a group of senior government scientists announced their opposition to new and restrictive conflict-of-interest rules at the National Institutes of Health last week, they complained that the agency's mission was in danger of being...
  • NIH to Ban Deals With Drug Firms

    WASHINGTON — Under a far-reaching reform to be announced today, all staff scientists at the National Institutes of Health will be banned from accepting any consulting fees or other income from drug companies, and the employees must also divest...
  • Governor creates jobs for his allies

    Though he ran on a campaign to streamline state government after years of Democratic excess, Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. has quietly created new high-paying positions and layers of bureaucracy that, in many cases, reward legislative allies, campaign...
  • Developers to propose convention hotel

    A proposal for a major convention hotel to be built adjacent to the Baltimore Convention Center - on a city-owned parking lot that has seen grand ideas come and go - is to be unveiled at a City Hall news conference today. Black Entertainment Television...