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  • L.A. cold snap: Fast-moving winter storm expected to affect travel

    L.A. cold snap: Fast-moving winter storm expected to affect travel
    A cold weather system headed toward L.A. County is expected to push snow levels down to 3,000 feet Saturday, prompting road closure alerts and warnings that travel on the Grapevine could be affected. The storm system could bring 1 to 3 inches of snow to...
  • L.A. cold snap: Fast-moving winter storm expected to affect travel

    L.A. cold snap: Fast-moving winter storm expected to affect travel
    A cold weather system headed toward L.A. County is expected to push snow levels down to 3,000 feet Saturday, prompting road closure alerts and warnings that travel on the Grapevine could be affected, the Los Angeles Times reports. The storm system could...
  • Snowstorms arrive as cold temperatures continue

    Snowstorms arrive as cold temperatures continue
    After unseasonably cold temperatures dominated the weekend weather discussion Saturday in Chicago, snow will be the centerpiece of weather activity today. Storms coming from the west are expected to drop somewhere between 1 and 3 inches across the...
  • Traffic: Lanes reopen on I-83 North after collision cleared

    Traffic: Lanes reopen on I-83 North after collision cleared
    The state Department of Transportation reported at 8:40 a.m. on Monday that a five-vehicle accident on Interstate 83 North has been cleared and all lanes have been reopened. The accident, which occurred at the MD 943 (Warren Road) exit, was first...
  • PennDOT pushing privitazation of services

     
    The state Department of Transportation is trying to movie ahead with privatizing specified services in an effort to boost efficiency and conserve public money, according to officials. Gov. Tom Corbett signed the Public and Private Partnerships Act for...
  • Attack on Indian consulate in Afghanistan leaves at least 10 dead

    KABUL, Afghanistan -- An attack by militants Saturday on the Indian consulate in Jalalabad left at least 10 Afghans dead and raised new concerns about Afghanistan's security once foreign troops depart next year. Many of those killed were children in...
  • Travel Warning: State Dept. Warns of Al Qaeda Threat

    Travel Warning: State Dept. Warns of Al Qaeda Threat
    International travelers at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport say they won’t be discouraged by a worldwide travel alert in the wake of a potential terrorist attack. On Sunday, 21 U.S. embassies and consulates in 17 countries throughout...
  • 19 Embassy closings tell us a splintered al-Qaida still a threat

    If the new, decentralized al-Qaida is such a threat that 19 American embassies, consulates and other diplomatic posts have to be shuttered for a week, we have a decade of wrongheaded U.S. policy to blame. The Arab Spring contributed by creating power...
  • U.S. spying on Al Qaeda leader led to foreign post closures

    WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration ordered the temporary closure of two dozen diplomatic posts last week after U.S. intelligence agencies secretly intercepted communications in which Ayman Zawahiri, the Al Qaeda leader based in Pakistan, ordered the...
  • Obamacare's not-so-special treatment for Congress

    The Wall Street Journal's editorial board opens its latest screed against the 2010 healthcare law Monday by paraphrasing H.L. Mencken as follows: "Nobody ever went broke underestimating the cynicism and self-dealing of the American political class." I...
  • A food critic eats her way across Istanbul

    A food critic eats her way across Istanbul
    ISTANBUL, Turkey — How much do I love eating in Istanbul? Let me count the ways (and know that the addresses listed below barely skim the possibilities). For the food lover, the city that bridges Europe and Asia, for centuries the ruling city of a...