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  • Obama's immigration tweaks leave Big Tech wanting more

    Obama's immigration tweaks leave Big Tech wanting more
    President Barack Obama plans to make life a little easier for some foreign tech workers, but Silicon Valley representatives are disappointed his immigration rule changes will not satisfy longstanding demands for more visas and faster green cards. In a...
  • Las Vegas woman puts human face on Obama's immigration plan

    Las Vegas woman puts human face on Obama's immigration plan
    When President Obama made his case to the nation Thursday for immigration reform, he told the story of a young woman from Nevada who has quietly won the hearts of the most powerful in Washington as the face of America’s immigrants. Astrid Silva,...
  • Silicon Valley lukewarm to Obama's immigration reform moves

    Technology leaders in Silicon Valley and the Southland collectively reacted to President Obama's national address with a shrug and a slight smile. But nobody's jumping for joy. That's because presidential orders on immigration cannot address the...
  • Current immigration laws hamstring U.S. economy, tech industry says

    Current immigration laws hamstring U.S. economy, tech industry says
    The presidential orders on immigration Thursday night offered little relief to the nation’s technology industry, with company executives, venture capitalists and lobbyists expressing frustration that Congress hasn’t moved to improve the...
  • New Bethlehem Sands Casino exec plans major expansion

    New Bethlehem Sands Casino exec plans major expansion
    Sands Bethlehem is arguably Pennsylvania's most successful casino, but new President Mark Juliano said the $800 million gambling complex will not be standing pat on its accomplishments. Juliano, an elementary school teacher-turned casino executive who...
  • Couple quit Carson's, but credit card issue lingers

    Couple quit Carson's, but credit card issue lingers
    For years, Eleanor Sears used her husband's Carson's credit card when shopping at the department store. Then the Morgan Park neighborhood resident tried to buy some items and was denied. The saleswoman at the Evergreen Park store told her that because...
  • JPMorgan: Data breach affects 76 million households, 7 million firms

    JPMorgan: Data breach affects 76 million households, 7 million firms
    A cyberattack that hit JPMorgan Chase this year affects about 76 million households and 7 million small businesses, the banking giant disclosed Thursday. The filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission did not specify when the attack took place,...
  • Former Miami Dolphin imprisoned for identity theft

    Former Miami Dolphin imprisoned for identity theft
    A South Florida man who briefly played with the Miami Dolphins was sentenced to close to 13 years in federal prison Wednesday for identity theft. Richard Siler, 50, of Hollywood, sold more than 5,000 names and Social Security numbers to a man he knew...
  • Cuándo se puede tomar el examen en español

    P: Soy residente y tengo 65 años. No hablo inglés porque mi memoria no es muy buena. ¿Puedo tomar el examen de ciudadana en español? Graciela, vía correo electrónico R: Para calificar para la ciudadanía, el solicitante tiene que leer, escribir y...
  • Learn about local businesses at the Discover South Windsor Business Expo

    The Annual Discover South Windsor Business Expo returns on Nov. 6 from 1- 7 p.m., and the South Windsor Chamber of Commerce is inviting the public. The event will take place at the former Highland Park Market at the Promenade Shops at Evergreen Walk...
  • Texas ID law is fair and necessary

    Texas ID law is fair and necessary
    The claim there is a lack of evidence of voter fraud is not a good enough reason to dismiss the voter photo identification law here in Texas as unconstitutional ("Messing with voting rights in Texas,The Sun's recent editorial also claims the ID law will...