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Last Sunday, a few days after news broke that the National Security Agency was running a massive electronic surveillance program, The Times published a letter from Arcadia resident David Strauss implying that the Facebook generation had this coming. "[...
Now that Americans have been reminded that the government is really, really, really interested in our emails and text messages, it makes us think of the alternatives. We should have picked up on this idea during the George W. Bush administration,...
ReutersBy Andjarsari Paramaditha and Amy Sawitta Lefevre JAKARTA/BANGKOK, June 12 (Reuters) - Government and security officials in parts of Asia have been sending sensitive information and policy documents via e-mail services offered by U.S. web giants, and...
After her husband died in March, Catherine Wirtz's children wanted her closer. So in May, the 77-year-old moved from an assisted living facility in Ottawa, Ill., to a similar facility in Oak Park. To ensure her mail made the move, Wirtz called the...
Delivery giant DHL is expanding operations in South Florida, partly to meet rising demand for trade with Latin America, the chief of its parent company said during a visit Monday. Germany-based DHL recently invested more than $20 million to add...
READER SUBMITTED: Juneteenth Celebration Brings Community Together To Celebrate History And Support The Amistad CenterStatewideAfrican American achievement, history and culture will be celebrated at Jubilation!, The Amistad Center for Art & Culture's annual Juneteenth Celebration Gala on Saturday, June 15 at the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in Hartford. The 2013 Spirit of...
The Hartford CourantThe former president of the Beth El Synagogue pleaded guilty on Friday to mail fraud in the embezzlement of more than $500,000 in synagogue funds, according to a statement from the U.S. Attorney. During her time as vice president and then president of...
WASHINGTON — With a wide grin and a quick step, letter carrier Kenny Clark brings more than the day's mail to the people on his route in suburban Maryland. Clark, 49, greets nearly everyone he sees by name. He puts packages under eaves on overcast...
The Baltimore SunSeveral unscrupulous companies are circulating materials in the Baltimore area that are aimed at taking advantage of homeowners, according to St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center, a Baltimore charity that counsels home buyers and people facing foreclosure....
Many an inebriated college student may have thought about how good tacos wrapped in a Doritos shell would taste, but a prison inmate is suing Irvine-based Taco Bell, saying the idea for the fast-food hit was his. Gary Anthony Cole, 49, filed a federal...
Many an inebriated college student may have thought about how good tacos wrapped in a Doritos shell would taste, but a prison inmate is suing Taco Bell, saying the idea for the fast-food hit was his. Gary Anthony Cole, 49, filed a federal lawsuit May 15...
One of the first things that caught my eye as we drove along Michigan Avenue in Marshall, Mich., was the Rexall Drugs sign, resplendent in blue, orange and white. I couldn't remember having seen one for about, oh, 40 years. The next was the nature of...
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