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  • Teachers Can Factor In Girls Dropping Math

    Teachers Can Factor In Girls Dropping Math
    The U.S. has a pressing need to increase the number of well-educated graduates in science, technology, engineering and math, pretty much everyone agrees. Jeb Bush contends that we're not producing "anything approaching the numbers we need to sustain and...
  • Agency tackles how to regulate pot used in different ways

    The agency in charge of implementing Oregon's legal marijuana program said Friday that medical and recreational pot should be subject to the same tracking and testing systems if they're to be sold in the same retail outlets. The five-member Oregon Liquor...
  • Spoilers: 'House of Cards' Season 3 takes daring, hard-eyed look at presidency

    Spoilers: 'House of Cards' Season 3 takes daring, hard-eyed look at presidency
    If you have not seen all 13 episodes of Season 3 of “House of Cards,” stop reading now. This piece is full of spoilers. Really, go away and come back after you’ve seen the full season at Netflix. One pot of home-brewed Starbucks...
  • Net neutrality: Telecom firms prepare to unleash the lawyers

    Here's what went down on Friday's Consumer Confidential segment on KTLA-TV: Net neutrality. Now that the Federal Communications Commission has approved new rules for online content and privacy, phone and cable companies have wasted no time releasing the...
  • FCC tightens Internet oversight with new net neutrality rules

    FCC tightens Internet oversight with new net neutrality rules
    Federal regulators dramatically expanded government oversight of the Internet, installing the once-arcane concept of net neutrality as a guiding doctrine for broadband networks that have become essential to everyday life. To ensure the uninhibited...
  • Critic's Pick: A new-music cornucopia

    Critic's Pick: A new-music cornucopia
    When California State University, Fullerton, composer Pamela Madsen began a festival devoted to contemporary female composers 14 years ago, she wasn’t exactly a voice in the wilderness. There were successful female composers. Southern California...
  • New cable show offers sex in a box as therapy

    A relationship therapy TV show that premieres Friday gives most participating couples the same prescription: Go into a modular, windowless room onstage and have sex while the studio audience waits until they're done. Not surprisingly, "Sex Box" has...
  • Conan O'Brien takes his show to Cuba for a special hour

    On Wednesday's show, Conan O'Brien will be found in a familiar place: behind a desk. Or, rather, what he describes as a borrowed cafe table. In Havana, Cuba. But for most of the hour (11 p.m. EST on TBS), "Conan" will find its host footloose and fancy-...
  • Vandalism in Arizona shows the Internet's vulnerability

    Computers, cellphones and landlines in Arizona were knocked out of service for hours, ATMs stopped working, 911 systems were disrupted and businesses were unable to process credit card transactions — all because vandals sliced through a fiber-...
  • Citigroup whistleblower still on the trail of the too-big-to-fail

    DALLAS Richard Bowen teaches the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 at the University of Texas at Dallas from a deeply personal perspective that of whistleblower. The 68-year-old senior lecturer of accounting was once a top executive with Citigroup's mortgage...
  • Trudy Rubin: Jeb Bush, Iraq and the truth

    As the Islamic State's barbarities make headlines, Republican presidential candidates are scrambling to outdo each other's hawkish pronouncements on foreign policy. That makes political sense. With the economy improving, polls show that voters now...