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  • Florida virtual school partners with Pearson to sell its courses out-of-state

     
    Catching up on some news from last week…. The Florida Virtual School — the public school that offers online courses to Florida middle and high school students — has partnered with Pearson to make some 100 of its courses available to...
  • Taylor Swift and Jake Gyllenhaal's sweet Thanksgiving date

     
    Quality time between Jake Gyllenhaal and Taylor Swift consists almost exclusively of excessively sweet dating rituals, seemingly ripped from the lyrics of one of Swift's songs -- and Thanksgiving morning was no exception. The power pair was spotted back...
  • L.A.'s Little Bangladesh struggles to find its identity

     
    Just behind it is a small shopping plaza with a Salvadoran restaurant, a pizza joint, a former Korean cigarette shop and a restaurant that serves teriyaki chicken, burritos and boba drinks. Across the street are more Korean- and Mexican-themed businesses....
  • Hurricane Irene floods Vermont bookstore

     
    Flooding in Vermont was particularly bad for one bookstore....
  • Movie Review: All Good Things

     
    Kirsten Dunst makes a vivid, brittle return to the big screen with “All Good Things,” a fictionalized account of a notorious New York missing person case with hints of great wealth, great love, treachery and murder. Sharing the screen with...
  • Seizing domain names without COICA

     
    Numerous tech advocacy groups have railed against S 3804, the Combating Online Infringement and Counterfeits Act, for proposing to give the Justice Department the power to seize domain names from sites around the globe that are "dedicated to infringing...
  • The Craft Beer Chronicles: Change is brewing in K-Town

     
    The area surrounding the mile-long stretch of Wilshire between Western and Vermont has changed a lot over the years. Prior to World War II, it was the center of posh life in Los Angeles. But by 1970, that luster had all but dissipated, as residents and...
  • Video goodness: Who needs sleds when you've got Labrador retrievers?

     
    We love an animal with a sense of fun, and we can't think of many better examples than River and Trout, Labrador retriever brothers who have taught themselves how to go sledding (well, sort of). The dogs enjoy spending weekends......
  • Why Sen. Bernie Sanders can single-handedly filibuster tax cuts for rich

     
    Sen. Bernie Sanders became a sensation on cable television and new media outposts like Twitter with his filibuster Friday of a proposal to extend the Bush-era tax cuts to all Americans. Twitter lit up with highlights from Sanders’ (an Independent......
  • Bernie Sanders filibuster turns Twitter-buster

     
    Senate's longest-serving Independent refuses to cede the floor for nine hours in protest against Obama tax cut deal....
  • Congress, up to its old tricks

     
    There they go again. Democrats and Republicans in Congress have put together a massive $1.2 trillion spending plan to keep the government operating through the end of the current budget year, and it includes more than 6,000 earmarks — those pet...