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ReutersLONDON (Reuters) - Forget abandoning carbohydrates or detoxing. The new dieting craze sweeping Britain and taking off in the United States lets people eat whatever they like - but only five days a week. "The Fast Diet", also known as the 5:2 diet, is the...
ReutersJune 13 (Reuters) - Standard & Poor's Ratings Services said on Thursday it raised the ratings on five MBIA Insurance Corp-insured housing revenue bonds to B from CCC, citing the upgrade of MBIA Insurance Corp on May 8. "All of these issues receive partial...
Channel 2 NewsA vocational program for formerly homeless and incarcerated men recovering from substance abuse has closed a long-running East Anchorage diner operated by its members. In a Wednesday statement, the Cook Inlet Tribal Council announced that its Chanlyut...
firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A Kansas City-based development team plans to pour $15.7 million into a project to rehabilitate the Heer's Building in downtown Springfield. The Heers building dominates the square but for the last 15 years has been in a state of...
Tags: Politics, Interior Policy, Apartments, Arts and Culture, Rentals
Back in the days of the jazz greats, when most of the downtown L.A. hotels were still segregated, the Dunbar Hotel was the place that rolled out the carpet for visiting African American musicians and the fans who flocked to see them. London Carter was...
RedEyeGov. Quinn last week picked a longtime politico to sit on the CTA's board--and he doesn't live anywhere near a CTA stop. Quinn nominated Frank Zuccarelli, a 20-year supervisor of Thornton Township in south Cook County, to replace John Bouman, who is...
Greater EnfieldMonday June 10 will mark celebration of the completion of Phase I & Phase II for a total of 146-units of affordable elderly housing new construction and revitalization program. A public ceremony has been scheduled to dedicate the final completion of...
Baltimore's housing authority has disciplined a group of employees after an internal investigator found that top agency officials hired lower-level staff to do contracting work at their homes. The agency's inspector general concluded that executive...
HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS — A proposed road-expansion and bridge-building project could change Howey's busiest intersection by adding a roundabout. The plan would add the roundabout at County Road 48 and State Road 19 as part of a larger project to...
A decades-long push for more affordable housing in Arlington Heights won a major victory recently, despite concerns about planning to spend slot machine revenue from an expansion that hasn't happened yet. Village board members voted at a meeting...
Residents will have their last chance to weigh in on the first specific plans for apartment housing that supporters are saying will usher in a new era of growth without increasing traffic. Two hundred rentals units planned for the city's northwest...
Tags: Starbucks Corp., Politics, Interior Policy, IBM, Rentals
Cal Thomas' argument against the Affordable Care Act doesn't make sense [June 7, column, "Britain's Health Care Shouldn't Be Copied"]. He warns that Obamacare will lead us to a system like Britain's National Health Service, with all of its failures....
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