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  • What Obama's new ties with Cuba mean for travelers

    What Obama's new ties with Cuba mean for travelers
    Tour operators said they expect to see an uptick in the number of Americans who want to visit Cuba after President Obama announced Wednesday that the United States would reestablish diplomatic ties with the island nation. "The phones today have been...
  • Cameron Dallas' 'Expelled' Movie Tops Digital Sales Charts in First Day of Release

    AwesomenessTV has a hit on its hands in high school comedy "Expelled," starring YouTube and Vine celeb Cameron Dallas -- a case study in how to make money from younger consumers with movies. The film, which received a limited run in theaters on Dec. 12...
  • Pakistan angry at school killings, moves to execute convicted terrorists

    PESHAWAR, Pakistan Pakistan's government lifted a moratorium on executing convicted terrorists Wednesday and sought Afghanistan's help to find the mastermind of Tuesday's murderous attack on an army-run school in the northern city of Peshawar, as the...
  • Traffic, time slow in Guadalupe, Ariz., town rich with Yaqui traditions

    Traffic, time slow in Guadalupe, Ariz., town rich with Yaqui traditions
    The entrance to the town that time passed by is marked by brake lights. The speed limit is 20 mph, about half what it is on the surrounding streets of Phoenix and Tempe. So on weekday evenings the traffic backup can stretch for hundreds of yards —...
  • Phone companies would like to cut your landline cord for you

    Phone companies would like to cut your landline cord for you
    If you haven't cut the cord on your landline phone service, pretty soon you may not have a choice. The Illinois Telecommunications Act is up for review this spring, and big phone companies are expected to push to eliminate a legal obligation to provide...
  • Vessel subscription service looks to reshape economics of online video

    The teenagers and twentysomethings whose devotion to the stars of YouTube has forged a new class of celebrities will soon encounter a new way to support their favorite video creators. A growing contingent of videomakers plans to post videos to a new...
  • Orlando City announces local TV deal with FOX35

    Orlando City announces local TV deal with FOX35
    Orlando City announced a multi-year partnership with WOFL-TV FOX35/WRBW MY65 for all English-language local broadcasts. The agreement gives FOX35 and MY65 all rights to Orlando City's regular season and playoff games not aired by Major League Soccer's...
  • 3 held for trial on charges they beat gay couple in Philadelphia

    3 held for trial on charges they beat gay couple in Philadelphia
    Two men and a woman from Bucks County will be tried on criminal charges that say they beat a gay couple in Philadelphia. Testimony during a preliminary hearing Tuesday, held in Philadelphia's Criminal Justice Center, helped clarify the events from...
  • WLS-Ch. 7 and WCIU-Ch. 26 team up for 7 p.m. news

    WLS-Ch. 7 and WCIU-Ch. 26 team up for 7 p.m. news
    Get ready for a prime-time WLS-Ch. 7 newscast — on WCIU-Ch. 26. The ABC-owned WLS and Weigel Broadcasting said Tuesday they are teaming up for a new, hourlong newscast weeknights at 7 p.m. on The U. The live newscasts, which begin Jan. 12, will be...
  • Firms' don't-call-us policies speak volumes

    Firms' don't-call-us policies speak volumes
    Expecting a company to actually speak with its customers is so 20th century. Call me old school when it comes to customer service. I believe that when you treat people fairly and respectfully, they'll keep bringing you their business. That means...
  • NBC Launches Live-Stream Broadcasts On the Web, But Only for Pay-TV Subscribers

    NBC is now providing access to live broadcast feeds over the Internet -- but only if viewers already subscribe to a cable or satellite TV provider that has a deal with the Comcast-owned programming group, and only if they happen to be in the right part of...