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  • America needs the Alabama Facebook mom

    Some people are just naturally lucky. Take Kyesha Smith Wood for instance. By now most of the country is familiar with Wood, the Alabama mom whose unsupervised kids behaved poorly in a movie theater, much to the chagrin of fellow movie patron Rebecca...
  • Why the middle class is doing even worse than you think

    Why the middle class is doing even worse than you think
    One of the great mysteries about the U.S. economy today is the discrepancy between the objective and subjective pictures we have of the middle class. The numbers say that the middle class is doing OK or even improving its lot; middle class families...
  • Pandora loses royalty rate court fight to publisher group BMI

    Pandora loses royalty rate court fight to publisher group BMI
    Internet radio giant Pandora Media Inc. lost a key legal battle in the decades-long, wide-ranging fight over how musicians and music copyright owners are paid for their work A federal district court in New York on Thursday ruled in favor of BMI —...
  • 'NBC Nightly News' No. 2 in ratings, a first since Brian Williams suspended

    'NBC Nightly News' No. 2 in ratings, a first since Brian Williams suspended
    Viewers may be coming around to the fact that Brian Williams is off "NBC Nightly News" and may not be back. For the first time since Williams was suspended in early February, "NBC Nightly News" finished second in the evening news ratings race for the...
  • ‘Diary Comics': Dustin Harbin on the art of autobiographical comics and lettering

     
    Comic books have proved to be an exceptional medium for autobiographical material, allowing creators to interpret their lives through a […]...
  • Orlando City, Magic, Solar Bears use social media to connect to fans

    Orlando City, Magic, Solar Bears use social media to connect to fans
    Orlando City Soccer Club threw a party in the streets of downtown Orlando on Ed Cahill's first day on the job as the team's social-media guru. Amid confetti, drumbeats and smoke flares celebrating the groundbreaking of a new stadium on that mid-October...
  • Longwood bakery raises $13,000 after anti-gay-cake dispute

    Longwood bakery raises $13,000 after anti-gay-cake dispute
    The Longwood bakery that came under fire for refusing to make an anti-gay-marriage cake last week has raised more than $13,000 online. Cut the Cake's GoFundme.com account has pulled in $13,605 in donations since Thursday's Internet video from Arizona...
  • Amtrak crash: Why positive train control is a negative for many railroads

    Amtrak crash: Why positive train control is a negative for many railroads
    The location may be near Philadelphia, but the story is tragically familiar to anyone in Southern California who commutes by rail: After a deadly derailment -- this one of an Amtrak train apparently traveling more than 100 miles per hour through a curve...
  • Senior-focused event to address safety finances

    Senior-focused event to address safety finances
    With DuPage County's over-65 demographic showing a dramatic increase since the beginning of the century, county officials are striving to meet the needs of the elderly. Age Well DuPage: Renew, Recharge, Reinvent, will be held Saturday, May 16, at the...
  • Why the New York Times and other papers had to partner with Facebook

    Why the New York Times and other papers had to partner with Facebook
    The natural order of the universe was disrupted Wednesday when BuzzFeed, NBC News, the New York Times and a number of other media companies ceded to Facebook the marketing and monetization of portions of their valuable content. Here's how the deal works:...
  • People on the Move: Lawyers accepted into Distinguished Counsel group

    People on the Move: Lawyers accepted into Distinguished Counsel group
      Leadership Peter L. Gladstone and Jeffrey A. Weissman, Gladstone & Weissman P.A. principals, and Christopher W. Rumbold, formerly a partner with the firm, have been selected as members of the Nation's Top One Percent by the National Association of...