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Gov. Martin O'Malley's political redistricting plan earned a quick first stamp of approval from the Maryland Senate on Monday night despite a day full of objections from top Republicans — and a sitting Democratic congresswoman — who slammed...
Reporting from Los Angeles and Washington — From his perch behind the counter at a storefront taqueria in Van Nuys, Isaac Perla has a ground-level view of the neighborhood. He looks out on streets lined with fruit vendors, stores selling...
Tribune reporterWASHINGTON—A second Illinoisan in the House of Representatives has announced he will vote no to the last-minute deal to raise the debt ceiling: Chicago’s Jesse Jackson Jr. A liberal Democrat, Jackson joins conservative Republican and tea...
Hundreds of families gathered in Holland's Kollen Park Monday night to kick off National Night Out with hot dogs , prizes, and live music. This year's kick off event is called "A Going Away Party for Crime and Drugs". The Holland Department of Public...
City News ServiceSAN DIEGO -- The San Diego County Board of Supervisors sent a proposed plan for redrawing supervisorial district boundaries back to staff Tuesday so one of the districts would have a voting-age population mostly made up of black and Latino residents. The...
CNNOlivia Sersute and her sister have shared the same home on the second floor of a faded Havana mansion since they were children and even after getting married and having kids of their own. They didn't have much choice. In theory, Cubans own their own...
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The following is Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg's address as prepared for delivery today at a breakfast co-hosted by the Council of Urban Professionals and the New America Alliance at the offices of Kirkland & Ellis LLP Thank you, Timothy, and good morning....
Tags: Employment, Health, Career and Workplace, Crimes, Government
In 20 years as a nurse practitioner, Ann Cho found herself preventing a false child-abuse claim — because a bruise on a baby was a "Mongolian spot" common to Asian babies — and explaining to health care workers why a new mother wouldn't take a...
President Obama faces an uphill struggle in his campaign for reelection next year. His job approval rating is stuck just below 50%. The unemployment rate appears likely to remain above 8% until election day. And, though it's too soon to mean much, early...
Sylvia Ruiz Canterbury finally cut out one of the Burbank centennial advertisements she kept seeing. The ads reminded her of her family’s history and the stories her father shared with her — stories of struggles in school, of humiliation and...
Regarding the petition drive to suspend the law granting in-state tuition to illegal immigrants: At least the immigrants are trying to better themselves by getting an education that will lead to jobs so they can become self-supporting members of society....
KIAHTexas is making strides yet again. Unfortunately, in the wrong direction! We've moved up in the list of fattest states from number 13 to 12. Findings in the annual report "f is for fat" compiled by the Trust for America's Health and the Robert Wood...
Tags: Weight, Connecticut, Health, Physical Conditions, Obesity
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