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  • Whom does Congress listen to?

     
    Many critics would say the question is easily answered: corporate America. If so, it'll be interesting to see how Congress responds to a clarion call from more than 80 CEOs to reduce the deficit with a plan that cuts spending and raises more tax revenue....
  • Deals of the day -- mergers and acquisitions

    July 25 (Reuters) - The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Thursday: ** Dell Inc founder Michael Dell raised his $24.4 billion bid by less than 1 percent just hours before it was to be put to a vote,...
  • A Visit To Ledyard's Land Of Boulders And An Ancient Pine Swamp

    A Visit To Ledyard's Land Of Boulders And An Ancient Pine Swamp
    Maybe it was the type of day – a sultry summer afternoon with the sun peeking around thunderclouds. Or maybe it was because I knew the area's back story – a place that hasn't changed much since colonial times, when the forboding swamp served...
  • 'Mad Men', 'Breaking Bad,' and the Race for the Best Show of Its Era

    'Mad Men', 'Breaking Bad,' and the Race for the Best Show of Its Era
    It seems to me that we should stop defining eras by presidents and begin defining them by the best and/or (possibly) most influential television show. This is tricky territory because clearly we’re not about to use the most popular show of the...
  • Caltech student wins $25K grant for 'green' refrigerator

    Caltech student wins $25K grant for 'green' refrigerator
    The prototype for a solar-powered refrigerator that could ease the burdens of farmers from Pasadena to Punjab has earned a $25,000 grant for a Caltech aeronautics student and his colleagues. Three years ago, Prakhar Mehrotra was on a foreign exchange...
  • The Obama-Hu state dinner: Who made the guest list cut? No Salahis but a few Republicans sneaked in

     
    Famous names, many of them Asian, show up for the third state dinner hosted at the White House by the Obamas....
  • Gold, silver surge as dollar keeps sliding; stock market rallies on

     
    Another trading day, same basic formula: The dollar sinks, gold and silver surge, and the stock market thinks it’s all good. A weak report on U.S. first-quarter economic growth gave currency traders another reason to push the battered dollar lower.....
  • Two massacres: Kandahar and My Lai

     
    Whatever military justice ultimately delivers to the soldier accused of methodically killing 16 Afghan civilians, most of them women and children in their beds, the case says all the worst things about how a few -- or even one --......
  • 'Mad Men' recap: 'A moment before you need more happiness'

     
    On "Mad Men," one life ends while another moves forward....
  • Flames still burning but crews contain Chevron oil refinery blaze

     
    Officials Monday night contained a massive fire that raged out of control at a Chevron oil refinery in the Bay Area city of Richmond, according to media reports....
  • Olive Avenue Confidential: City Council should join fight against plastic

    Olive Avenue Confidential: City Council should join fight against plastic
    As transparent a concession to corporate lobbies as they come, Sacramento's recent failure to pass legislation that would have phased out single-use plastic grocery bags in California wasn't just a great disappointment to environmentalists. The...