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  • While Americans vote, Obama talks economy

     
    Full text of the Democrat's claim to an Ohio audience that economic things are improving....
  • Half of Car Buyers Pick Four Cylinders

     
    It seems four-cylinder engines are becoming even more popular these days. The number of new cars sold in the U.S. with four-cylinder power plants rose to 46.5% in the first quarter of this year compared with 41.9% of vehicles in......
  • Morse Museum pushes back reopening date

     
    The bad news: Visitors to the Morse Museum will have to wait. Currently closed for air-conditioning and duct repairs, the museum has pushed back its reopening date to June 1 (from the originally scheduled May 27). The good news: They're offering free...
  • Today's News From the Cars.com Family

     
    A reader wants to know when the new Scion tC will be available, and Ask.cars.com lets the reader know when to expect it. Then, PickupTrucks.com lets readers know how it feels to drive a pickup truck with electric power steering.......
  • One of the world's largest concentrated solar power plants is set for Abu Dhabi

     
    Something major is about to arrive in Abu Dhabi, and it’s not the ladies from "Sex and the City 2." A massive concentrating solar power plant – featuring 768 parabolic mirrors spread across 741 acres of desert in nearby Madinat......
  • New Car Tracker: 6.11.10

     
    Now arriving in dealerships is the trio of base, GT and Shelby GT500 Mustangs with new power plants under the hood. The 2011 Jaguar XJ, 2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class wagon and 2011 Buick Regal hit dealerships as well. We also received......
  • Weekend Wrap: Back from the dead

     
    Good Monday morning from Washington. Here's a look at headlines you may have missed from the Trib's Washington bureau this weekend. * Democrats are now optimistic about passing long-stalled energy legislation, which "seemed virtually impossible a few...
  • Anti- releases first single from its classically inclined Lost in the Trees

     
    Don't be fooled by the lush orchestrations and friendly acoustic guitars of Lost in the Trees. There's high drama in the band's self-described campfire arrangements, with tales of heroes and villains and biblical-like imagery of raging fires. Or, to put.....
  • Immigration fix: Political science fiction

     
    by Mark Silva and updated at 1:30 pm EDT "We don't have 12 million pairs of handcuffs in this country,'' Sen. John McCain of Arizona once said, during a debate over immigration reform that ultimately collapsed in the Senate in......
  • Nonprofit announces $1.1M rehab of 7 blighted homes in Allentown

     
    Housing Association and Development Corporation will embark on a $1.175 million plan to rehabilitate seven vacant and blighted houses on N. 6th St. in Allentown’s Old Fairgrounds Neighborhood. Aimed at cleaning up blight and increasing homeownership...
  • Carbon monoxide: Staying safe from the silent killer

    Carbon monoxide: Staying safe from the silent killer
    Carbon monoxide is known as the silent killer. This odorless, colorless, tasteless gas claims approximately 300 lives a year and is the No. 1 cause of poisoning deaths in the nation, according to the National Fire Protection Association. If you haven't...