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  • Factors contributing to child migration to U.S.

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Why are tens of thousands of children from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras fleeing their homes to go on a dangerous journey to the United States, often without their parents or other relatives? The complex backdrop for the...
  • Weather: Sunshine in the forecast, H: 84, L: 64

    Weather: Sunshine in the forecast, H: 84, L: 64
    The National Weather Service is calling for mostly sunny weather Thursday and a high temperature of 84 degrees. The day's low is expected to dip to 64 degrees overnight, although relative humidity is still hovering close to 80 percent. The sunshine...
  • California's water conservation could weaken utilities' credit

    (Reuters) - California's strict new regulations for water conservation could have the unintended consequence of hurting the credit quality of water utilities in the drought-stricken state. Regulators on Tuesday passed new measures to limit outdoor...
  • Key evacuation strategy for Hampton Roads to be evaluated

    Key evacuation strategy for Hampton Roads to be evaluated
    One of the key elements of the state's Hampton Roads hurricane evacuation plan — the ability to convert interstates and roadways into one-way corridors — is under review. The lane-reversal plan, which was developed 11 years ago after...
  • It all adds up in Eric Rohmer's magical 'A Summer's Tale'

     It all adds up in Eric Rohmer's magical 'A Summer's Tale'
    Eric Rohmer's "A Summer's Tale" got lost in the shuffle 18 years ago. The witty, delicate romantic comedy about an indecisive young man and the three women in his life, written and directed by the renowned New Wave French filmmaker of "My Night at Maud'...
  • IBM software sales weaker than expected in second quarter

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - International Business Machines Corp's software business grew less than expected in the second quarter, sparking a selloff in the company's stock on Thursday, even as its revenue beat forecasts. The company's software business...
  • July 18 Letters: First Amendment, the afterlife, guns, climate change

    Cradle for rights Your readers of the July 15 editorial ["Sound the alarm"] about our First Amendment rights might find of interest the Virginia Bill of Rights [which] served as a basis of the federal Bill of Rights you so well described in your...
  • BOJ minutes: need to pay attention to geopolitical risks

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Bank of Japan policymakers agreed that geopolitical risks posed by Ukraine and Iraq need to be monitored, minutes of the central bank's June meeting showed on Friday. A few members said a decline in long-term interest rates globally...
  • Punished for saving water: A drought Catch-22

    Talk about mixed messages: While Gov. Jerry Brown is warning that California faces its worst drought since record-keeping began and regulators have approved fines of up to $500 for wasting water, some Southern California cities are continuing to issue...
  • Fires intensify as hundreds evacuate in Washington and Oregon

    The hot, dry Pacific Northwest continued to battle an outbreak of wildfires Thursday, with thousands of firefighters battling more than a dozen blazes in Washington and Oregon, where lightning strikes and arid tinder have conspired to burn through about...
  • Not as much rain this weekend

    Not as much rain this weekend
    After several gray soggy days, we should see drier conditions over the weekend. Don't be surprised, however, to see scattered showers and storms in the afternoons. South Florida's Friday forecast calls for mostly sunny skies with highs in the low 90s,...