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  • Former Obama aide Johanna Maska is joining L.A. Times as marketing VP

    Former Obama aide Johanna Maska is joining L.A. Times as marketing VP
    Johanna Maska, who served in various high-level roles at the White House under President Obama, is joining the Los Angeles Times as vice president of marketing and communications. Maska, 33, said she would focus on expanding the paper's reach,...
  • The Mail 4/22/15

    The Mail 4/22/15
    Copistry The notion that the U.S. Department of Justice has any real interest in “reform[ing] the Baltimore City Police Department” is ridiculous, as they are hand-in-hand partners in fighting Baltimore crime (“Collaborating with...
  • Dispute over release of officer shooting video unresolved

    A video that authorities say shows a police officer fatally shooting an unarmed man in the back remained out of public view Tuesday after a hearing on a request to keep prosecutors from releasing it. Dauphin County Judge Deborah Curcillo said the...
  • Are you compromising your child's privacy?

    Are you compromising your child's privacy?
    Today, social media makes it easy to post pictures of our little ones. We share their first day of school, holiday pictures, milestones, and even the cute embarrassing “first time on the potty” photos. It is a way to stay connected with...
  • Facebook beats 1Q profit forecasts

    MENLO PARK, Calif. (AP) _ Facebook Inc. (FB) on Wednesday reported first-quarter profit of $509 million. On a per-share basis, the Menlo Park, California-based company said it had profit of 18 cents. Earnings, adjusted for stock option expense and...
  • Eritrea, North Korea called world's most censored states

    The small African nation of Eritrea tops even North Korea in its restrictions on the media, a new global report says. The New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists on Tuesday issued its annual list of the world's top 10 most censored countries....
  • Back on the USA Network: Sports return with NHL playoffs

    In the three decades since USA Network had last broadcast an NHL playoff game, just about everything in television watching changed. In that rapidly evolving world, the cable channel is again embracing the value of sports. USA aired two games as hockey'...
  • Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski is running for U.S. Senate seat held by Pat Toomey

    Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski is running for U.S. Senate seat held by Pat Toomey
    Calling Allentown a "shining example" for the rest of the state, Mayor Ed Pawlowski officially jumped into the race for U.S. Senate on Friday, ending several days of speculation. The announcement, which came in a news release to media outlets, was...
  • Japanese Americans' protests halt auction of internment camp items

    Japanese Americans' protests halt auction of internment camp items
    Nancy Oda's parents had an expression whenever she brought up her family's imprisonment behind barbed wire during World War II. "They said 'shikata ga nai—' it can't be helped," recalls Oda. But Oda, who was born in a relocation camp at Tule...
  • Satirical knives ready to carve up presidential candidates

    Satirical knives ready to carve up presidential candidates
    I was feeling pretty bad about the state of political satire on TV until I saw Kate McKinnon of "Saturday Night Live" mock Hillary Clinton last week on the eve of the former secretary of state's presidential announcement. Practicing her announcement...
  • ‘Fantastic Four’ trailer shows off quartet’s powers and villain Victor von Doom

     
    A new trailer for the “Fantastic Four” reboot is out, offering a closer look at the titular heroes' superpowers as […]...