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The deputy press secretary for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security warns of increased wait times at airport security checks because of “reductions in overtime and the inability of backfill positions for attrition.” Say what? A typical...
Tags: Layoffs and Downsizing
Bob Hope Airport will avoid the impact of $85 billion in automatic federal spending cuts that are slated for midnight Friday -- a move that officials warn will force a scale back in operations at airfields across the nation. A last-minute huddle between...
This post has been corrected, see below for details. The woman who got into a tussle with security officials at Bob Hope Airport when they tried to confiscate her applesauce and other snacks filed a third amended complaint in her lawsuit this week in U....
Tags: Civil Rights, Defendants, Prosecution, Police Arrests, Bob Hope
A woman who tussled with Bob Hope Airport security officers over a container of applesauce for her elderly mother seems poised to draw the ire of another federal official — this time a U.S. District Court judge. Nadine Hays was arrested in 2009...
Of the roughly $58 million allotted to the Los Angeles area to help public safety agencies respond to terrorist threats, nearly $341,000 is coming to Burbank. The money comes by way of the Urban Area Security Initiative, a U.S. Department of Homeland...
Tags: FEMA, Google Inc., Unrest, Conflicts and War, Bob Hope
A judge has dismissed the final complaint against the woman who engaged in a tussle last year with a federal transportation security agent over carry-on applesauce and other snacks for her 93-year-old mother at Bob Hope Airport. An administrative...
WASHINGTON — Not since George Wallace, perhaps, has an Alabamian taken as passionate a stand for a lost cause as the one Jeff Sessions is taking now. Bipartisan immigration legislation is making its way inexorably through the Senate Judiciary...
From mid-May through early June, state spring sports are winding down in Illinois and every day brings that win-or-go-home excitement. Here is a wrapup on how some of the area teams have fared in recent weeks. Boys tennis Deerfield's tennis team...
The South Bend piece of the Ray Holycross case has now come to an end with a guilty plea and sentencing to 18 months in jail and to pay restitution. Holycross has now been convicted of theft but the story goes much deeper than that; he was able to gain...
World War I was everybody versus Germany and Austria (1914-18). World War II was everybody versus Germany, Italy and Japan (1939-45.) World War III was the Cold War, with everybody versus the Soviet communist empire (1947-91). World War IV began in 1979...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The president and chief executive officer of The Associated Press on Sunday called the government's secret seizure of two months of reporters' phone records "unconstitutional" and said the news cooperative had not ruled out legal...
For decades we've been watching TV. Now a new generation of televisions is beginning to watch us. Technological advances are giving the old clunky "boob tube" an I.Q. injection. Some of the new breed of smart TVs comes equipped with facial recognition...
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