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In an attempt to generate extra revenue for Burbank’s cash-strapped transit programs, the City Council has signed off on a plan to plaster buses with advertisements. The City Council last week directed officials to draft a two-year contract with...
Tags: Marketing, Trials, Litigation, Public Officials, Politics
Unless you've been following the issue closely and for quite some time, chances are that last week's City Council hearing about a proposed ground transport center at Bob Hope Airport was a bit of a head-scratcher. It would be convenient enough just to...
OTTAWA -- Understand this, right up front: Defenseman Brooks Orpik didn't lose any sleep over the Penguins' 2-1 double-overtime loss to Ottawa in Game 3 Sunday night of their second-round playoff series. Not even over the way the Senators pushed the game...
Look! Up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a drone! And it's hovering outside my bedroom window! That's the nightmare scenario behind a proposal to ban unmanned aerial vehicles in Evanston. Conceived by local activists in the North Shore...
Lawmakers have passed a bill to strike the word "retarded" from state laws and publications, an initiative taken on by activists across the state, including Mark Swain, CEO and president of The Arc Sunrise of Central Florida located in Leesburg. Swain...
In the United States of America, where does money come from? Who creates it and how do they do it? In 1913 the U.S. Congress created the Federal Reserve Banking System. The only connections between the federal government and the banking system is the...
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is pushing lawmakers to pass a gambling bill that would allow the city to weigh its choice of a casino operator in secret and forbid state regulators from taking away its license. The legislation also would grant the mayor authority...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Companies that drill for oil and natural gas on federal lands will be required to disclose publicly the chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing operations, the Obama administration said Thursday. The new "fracking" rule replaces a...
Overtime Sharks center Logan Couture blasts a shot from about 10 feet past Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick on a power play 1:29 into overtime to give San Jose a 2-1 win in Game 3 of their Western Conference semifinal series on Saturday night at HP...
Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. asked Friday for another rate increase, three months after winning approval for higher charges, and company officials said they expect to seek more in the future. It's the third time in as many years that BGE has...
WASHINGTON -- It's been five years since the onset of the financial crisis -- the rescue of Bear Stearns in March 2008 -- and we still don't know whether the financial system is safe. In a recent speech, Daniel Tarullo, the Federal Reserve's point man...
Florida's alimony laws were written back in the day — when women had little economic power, divorce was uncommon, and cohabiting was scandalous. Those days are long gone, but the old-fashioned alimony laws — favoring permanent alimony payments...
Tags: Judges, Elections, Executive Branch, Justice System, Laws
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