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TORONTO -- NHL labor negotiations will resume today, with mediators rejoining the talks at an undisclosed location in an effort to save the hockey season. The Canadian Press on Tuesday reported the restart of bargaining between the league and union,...
Los Angeles TimesNEW YORK -- The dribs and drabs -- almost like an annoying dripping faucet -- have taken a sizable toll. All has proved quite costly in terms of the pocketbooks of the players, owners and arena workers. For some perspective, the last hockey game...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelTALLAHASSEE – The three Florida Supreme Court justices had angered lawmakers and voters, embarrassed the high court and faced uncertain futures. In 1975, Justices Joseph Boyd, Hal Dekle, and David McCain were accused of giving behind-the-scenes...
Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minn.If the NHL lockout continues past Dec. 9, about 200 full-time employees of the Wild will have their work hours reduced from 40 to 32 and will have their pay reduced accordingly, chief operating officer Matt Majka said Tuesday. There will be no layoffs,...
Associated PressTRENTON, N.J. (AP) — While the NHL and its players remain engaged in a boardroom battle over dollars and cents, professional hockey is still being played across the United States. Philadelphia, New York, and Washington, of course, are not hockey...
NEW YORK — NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly said Friday that he is out of ideas how to get negotiations back on track to save the hockey season. Talks fell apart Thursday night amid back-and-forth accusations, and the fallout was still being...
[This story has been updated.] This year's Grammy Award nominees in the classical music categories feature a typically diverse mix of recordings, ranging from gargantuan undertakings such as the Metropolitan Opera's production of Wagner's "Ring" cycle...
World NowAnders Behring Breivik trial draws to a close; judges are left with the dilemma of Breivik's sanity....
Maryland's District Court has tossed out nearly 3,600 debt-collection cases against state residents — with about $7.8 million in claims — as a result of a settlement with regulators over alleged violations. District Court Chief Judge Ben C....
The California Supreme Court on Wednesday denied a petition to hear Costa Mesa's appeal on an injunction barring its outsourcing plan, court records show. Both labor and city leaders predict the decision will have wide ranging implications for the state'...
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Sheriff's deputies were called in to break up a crowd of as many as 500 protesters outside of a Walmart in Paramount on Friday. Employees had organized a demonstration outside the store as part of a nationwide protest organized by...
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