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  • Police fire tear gas in confrontation at Nigeria's parliament

    ABUJA (Reuters) - Nigerian police fired tear gas in the lobby of parliament on Thursday to stop the speaker of the lower house entering with a crowd of lawmakers and supporters, prompting the chairman to shut the national assembly. Parliament was...
  • Anne Arundel County health briefs

    Flu shots and nasal spray Free seasonal flu shots and nasal spray are available by appointment at the health department's Glen Burnie Health Center, 416 A Street, S.W. Glen Burnie 410-222-6633 and Parole Health Center, 1950 Drew Street, Annapolis, 410-...
  • TICKET BOX: Taylor Swift, Monster Jam truck tour, Criss Angel 'Mindfreak' Live, Marilyn Manson among nearly 70 new shows

    TICKET BOX: Taylor Swift, Monster Jam truck tour, Criss Angel 'Mindfreak' Live, Marilyn Manson among nearly 70 new shows
    Welcome to Lehigh Valley Music's Ticket Box, listing new shows on sale. Taylor Swift's two shows at Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field, The Monster Jam truck tour at Allentown's PPL Center and Chris Angel’s “Mindfreak” Live at...
  • China Premier says Qualcomm's 'opportunities greater than challenges'

    WUZHEN China (Reuters) - Qualcomm Inc's opportunities in China will be far greater than its challenges, Premier Li Keqiang said Thursday as the U.S. mobile chipmaker prepares to face a possible record fine for antitrust violations in the country....
  • Mount Dora artisans to exhibit works in Tavares' Art in the Square

    TAVARES — In a pretty piece of cross-pollination in Lake's art world, work by members of Artisans on fifth of Mount Dora make up the new exhibit at Art in the Square in the Tavares City Hall. About 20 artisans from the nonprofit artists' co-...
  • Former Candidate For New London Superintendent Sues School Board, Seeks Damages

    Former Candidate For New London Superintendent Sues School Board, Seeks Damages
    Terrence P. Carter, whose selection as New London superintendent was rescinded in late August, has sued the city's board of education and its chairwoman for an alleged breach in agreement. Carter is seeking more than $15,000 in damages for "economic...
  • Canton Winter Coat Drive Extended To Friday

    Canton Winter Coat Drive Extended To Friday
    CANTON — A winter coat drive run by town hall employees has been extended to Friday as organizers hope to collect 100 coats. New and second-hand winter coats are being accepted for distribution to needy residents. The deadline for donations had...
  • Swiss protesters to stop lobbying annual Davos Economic Forum

    GENEVA (Reuters) - Anti-corporate activists declared moral victory over the annual Davos World Economic Forum of global business and political leaders on Wednesday and said they would no longer lobby there after the next meeting in January. Three anti-...
  • Developer: high density can equal smart growth

    Developer: high density can equal smart growth
    During the debate over the proposed apartment complex called The Princeton at College Park, opponents warned that it would create a green light for the construction of new apartment buildings all across the city, potentially ruining what people love about...
  • Fed debates tweaks to communications, long-run goals

    (Reuters) - Federal Reserve policymakers last month debated ways to beef up the U.S. central bank's statement of long-run goals and how it communicates its expectations for the economy and the path of interest rates, minutes of their policy meeting show....
  • Baltimore drops one of two federal lobbying firms

    Baltimore drops one of two federal lobbying firms
    Baltimore officials have dropped one of two firms that lobby the federal government for the city, but renewed the $262,000 contact of a second D.C. lobbying company.  Washington Linkage Group Inc., will no longer represent city government in lobbying...