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  • Student tweets help cops arrest Cleveland High stabbing suspects

    In the age of Twitter, Facebook and other social media tools, Los Angeles police officials say they relied on students at a Reseda high school and their social media skills to help catch a trio of murder suspects Thursday. About 12:15 a.m., just eight...
  • Could Apple pull a J.P. Morgan and bail out the U.S. government?

     
    Apple Inc. may not have more money than God. But it's got more cash than Uncle Sam. As the government struggled to reach an agreement on raising the debt ceiling, the U.S. Treasury's cash balance fell to $74 billion this week. That's less than the $76...
  • Google's Ron Gorodetzky: Making YouTube more social

     
    Ron Gorodetzky didn't aspire to work at Google or any other tech giant for that matter. Gorodetzky was a start-up man -- having worked at the news sharing site Digg in its early days before going on to be a co-founder of the video site Revision3 and...
  • Remembering 'the eagle that is forgotten'

     
    John Peter Altgeld Reader Russell T writes: I grew up in Chicago and have been living in Aachen, Germany, for the past two and a half years. Yesterday, we had the day off for May Day, for which we have......
  • CFO Jeff Atwater’s Labor Day tribute to small business owners

     
    Florida's Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater is out with a tribute to Labor Day befitting the state's Republican dominated political landscape. In his message, Atwater says over the last 18 months, he's had the chance to “meet with many small...
  • Budget Philadelphia: Let FREEdom ring

    Budget Philadelphia: Let FREEdom ring
    PHILADELPHIA -- With history around every corner -- and probably next door to a cheesesteak place -- you won't need to spend a lot of Benjamins (Franklins, that is) for a great trip to the City of Brotherly Love. Philadelphia boasts free tours of many of...
  • The 1910s: A time of commerce, pioneer farmers and wild boat parties

    This was the decade when the frontier town of Fort Lauderdale became the center of the region's burgeoning commerce. Its early and naive efforts at mercantilism involved the exploitation and destruction of what is now recognized as a vital environmental...
  • Obama's SoCal gig

    Obama's SoCal gig
    After eight years of being little more than the president's sugar daddies, Southern Californians can be proud to have a new occupant of the Oval Office who values us not just for our generous campaign contributions but for who we really are: providers...
  • For Gertrude Baines, reaching 115 isn't old hat

    For Gertrude Baines, reaching 115 isn't old hat
    Through it all, she smiled. Gertrude Baines, who holds the record as the world's oldest living person, celebrated her 115th birthday Monday, as a crowd of well-wishers that included President Obama and the Dodgers sent their regards. Plaques,...
  • Presidential party

    Presidential party
    What better way to celebrate Presidents Day weekend than getting up close and personal with all 43 presidents — well, their lifelike wax figures, that is. The Presidents Gallery at Madame Tussauds Washington opens this week with an unveiling of the...
  • Dave Johnson: A rivalry is born

    William and Mary's first football season was in 1893. Grover Cleveland had just been elected president. Old Dominion's first season was in 2009. You can remember a year ago, right? The Tribe had played 1,090 football games. The Monarchs had played 13....