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  • Campaign commentary? Shoe, documents flung at Hillary Clinton

    LAS VEGAS – With a flash of comedic timing, Hillary Clinton dodged the first controversy of her not-yet-declared 2016 presidential run after a heckler threw a shoe and a nearly half-century-old political document at the former first lady and secretary of State during a speech here.
  • Stolen History: Metal Thieves Swipe Connecticut's Plaques, Pipes, Landmarks and Statues

    Stolen History: Metal Thieves Swipe Connecticut's Plaques, Pipes, Landmarks and Statues
    Connecticut has a whole lot of history, and a surprising amount of it is being ripped off and melted down for quick cash by thieves and unscrupulous scrap dealers. The plague of thefts of metal plaques, statues, and fittings from historical monuments,...

    8 school buses stolen, shredded into 'big pile of scrap'

    8 school buses stolen, shredded into 'big pile of scrap'
    Eight school buses were stolen from the Far South Side overnight and driven to a salvage yard, where they were cut apart and shredded into a two-story pile of scrap, police said. The name of the Sunrise Transportation bus company could be seen among...

    More on e-recycling, Kodak Photo CDs

    More on e-recycling, Kodak Photo CDs
    When S.S. asked recently about disposing of a hard drive so that its data couldn't be retrieved, I didn't imagine the number of emails I'd get. I suggested seeking out an e-Steward, a recycler certified by the Basel Action Network as a greener recycler...

    Metal recycling firms burgeon in state, but regulators can't keep up

    Metal recycling firms burgeon in state, but regulators can't keep up
    The explosions came one after another, jolting a South Los Angeles neighborhood. "It felt like an earthquake, and then it was just raining fire," recalled Richard Gomez, who watched a metal recycling facility on Slauson Avenue erupt in flames one day...