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  • Marylanders' credit card delinquencies fall

    Who says we can’t control our spending? Virtually every state, including Maryland, saw a drop in the second quarter in their credit card delinquencies. According to credit bureau TransUnion, the delinquency rate — bills past due by 90 or...
  • William Willy David Saurer

    William “Willy” David Saurer, a long time resident of La Crescenta, passed away Monday August 15th,  2011 at 61 years old.  He was born February 15th, 1950 in Grand Forks, North Dakota and moved to La Crescenta, CA that same year. He...
  • Washington becomes first state to suspend presidential primary

    Washington becomes first state to suspend presidential primary
    Washington became the first U.S. state to suspend its 2012 presidential primary election on Thursday, a move signed into law by Governor Christine Gregoire to save some $10 million from the state budget. The state will rely on a precinct caucus-...
  • Bath Salts Have Arrived in the U.S., and They're Legal - For Now

    Bath Salts Have Arrived in the U.S., and They're Legal - For Now
    New York State Commissioner of Health, Dr. Nirav Shah, issued a rare order last week. He banned the sale of bath salts. Bath salts? You bet. But these aren't your grandmother's Epsom salts. These are sold under names like “White Lightning,”...
  • Ethics Panel Clears Dodd Of Breaking Rules With VIP Mortgages

    Ethics Panel Clears Dodd Of Breaking Rules With VIP Mortgages
    The Senate Select Committee on Ethics dismissed a complaint against U.S. Sen. Christopher J. Dodd on Friday after determining he did not break the chamber's rules on gifts when he refinanced a pair of two home mortgages in 2003. Capping a yearlong...
  • All aboard: America by Amtrak train

    All aboard: America by Amtrak train
    Comfortably settled in ClubAcela, the first-class lounge at New York's Penn Station, I considered the folder of Amtrak sleeping car tickets much as I would money in the bank: a promise of good times ahead. I would travel on the Lake Shore Limited to...
  • There will be blood

    By Donna Seaman It is no exaggeration to say that since "Love Medicine" appeared in 1984, Louise Erdrich has been writing one long novel in installments. In her tumultuous saga of North Dakota, Erdrich portrays families burdened with secrets and...
  • Is binge eating an addiction?

    Is binge eating an addiction?
    The notion that binge eating is a form of addiction comes up frequently in experts' discussions of the diagnosis. Many binge eaters themselves talk about "cravings," "benders" and "hangovers," often describing a dynamic in binge eating that is eerily...
  • How Fat is Your State?

    How Fat is Your State?
    Not only is obesity bad for your health, it's one major factor behind skyrocketing healthcare costs. Even so, Americans are still losing the battle of the bulge in a big way. In fact, a new report from the Trust for America's Health says rates have...
  • PASSINGS

    Abraham Woods Jr. Minister led civil rights sit-in The Rev. Abraham Woods Jr., 80, a founder and longtime president of the Birmingham, Ala., chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, died Friday of complications of cancer at Princeton...
  • Just when you thought it was safe: Swift boats are back

    We're in the thick of a pretty intense presidential campaign, but that doesn't mean all the scores from the 2004 election have been settled. Veterans who served with John Kerry during the Vietnam War released a letter and documents last week that they...