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Welcome to California Inc., the weekly newsletter of the L.A. Times Business Section. I'm Business columnist David Lazarus, and here's a rundown of upcoming stories this week and the highlights of last week. Financial markets will be keeping an eye this week on developing efforts by Republican...
A look at reality TV debuts this week, which includes new seasons of Big Brother, Battle of the Network Stars, I Am Jazz, The Incredible Dr. Pol, and more. Read this story »
St. Louis Public Radio reports, “Crumbling roads and old bridges have long been something lawmakers say they should work on. Now, a task force created to study Missouri’s transportation system will begin holding public meetings thisShow More Summary
TOP STORIES (And want to get The Morning Email each weekday? Sign up here. HEALTH CARE VOTE POSSIBLE THIS WEEK Despite growing opposition. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) is one of the holdouts who made the rounds Sunday decrying the Senate’s iteration of the bill. Show More Summary
Bill Cosby has definite plans for this summer, but those plans don't involve what was initially reported, his publicity team now claims. Although his reps revealed last week that the 79-year-old comedian, whose sexual assault case ended in a mistrial earlier in June, would be hosting a series of town...
I just got an email from one of my friends, Jan Keough, who lives on a lake north of Duluth. Here it is, the last week of June, and she has not had a single Tree Swallow this year. She’d cleaned out her three swallow nest boxes to be ready. Show More Summary
The Palestine Solidarity Campaign’s judicial review win means that councils will not be banned from boycotting Israel for its violations of international law Two weeks ago I found myself in a sweaty room in the Royal Courts of Justice,...Show More Summary
Sticking to a diet can be hard, especially when you have such a busy schedule. For most of us, we’re always crunched for time in the morning and never have enough time to make a healthy breakfast. That is, until now. We found the healthiest...Show More Summary
There’s some exciting news this week: Alaska Airlines is opening its third Alaska Lounge location at Sea-Tac Airport just in time for the holiday rush. The new lounge will be at the end of Concourse C. However you’ll have to go upstairs...Show More Summary
Happy Monday, Miami. Enjoy what's new in town this week, including frita Tuesdays at Ariete, a neighborhood gathering at Sherwood's Bistro in Little Haiti, a special collaborative dinner at Beaker & Gray, and a mixologist takeover at Matador Bar. Read on for a selection of this week's events.
Playbook: “Republicans have been talking about repealing Obamacare for six years, and this week they are finally poised to take up their legislation. One problem: it’s unclear if they have anywhere near the support they need to get the bill [...]
Bookworms rejoice! Here's What's New This Week in Books for June 26th - 30th! The post What’s New This Week: Books appeared first on Rogues Portal.
A reader asks me why I hate naturopaths. I don't hate naturopaths, but I do oppose naturopathy. Earlier this week, Tim Caulfield reminded me of one reason why: You can't have naturopathy without antivax. Antivax views are baked into naturopathy.
Also this week: consumer confidence and final estimate of Q1 growth
Steve Saville wrote a post this week, in which he proposed a model that indicates the fundamentals of gold. According to him, these are: (1) the real interest rate, (2) the yield curve, (3) credit spreads, (4) the relative strength of...Show More Summary
The Nationals have a four-game showdown with the defending champs this week in D.C.
With a heat wave expected later this week, Greece's government Monday urging striking garbage collectors to return to work after a 10-day protest has left huge piles of trash around … Click to Continue »
The best American writer of his generation would have been sixty-five this week. The post American Myth: The Short, Beautiful Life of Breece D’J Pancake appeared first on The Millions.
Missouri Democrat Jason Kander spent this week knocking on voters’ doors, shaking hands, giving speeches and snapping selfies with eager young campaign volunteers. In Georgia. He was in Altanta on … Click to Continue »