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Tribune reporterAn admitted terrorist-turned government witness ended his testimony this afternoon after five days on the witness stand at the trial of Tahawwur Rana, a Chicago businessman charged with helping in preparations for the deadly terrorist attack in Mumbai...
Returning military service members, veterans and their spouses are invited to a job fair Thursday, March 24, at SunLife Stadium. The Recruit Military job fair is from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday at the home of the Miami Dolphins, 2269 Dan Marino Blvd.,...
The giant observation wheel planned for International Drive is supposed to rival the world-famous London Eye. But will the view from an Orlando Eye rival the well-known panorama provided by its English counterpart? Turns out you can see almost everything...
The federal government on Tuesday announced agreements with six firms to address underground water contamination in the San Fernando Valley, including in Glendale. The Environmental Protection Agency reached agreements with Goodrich Corp., ITT Corp.,...
Bob Hope Airport officials have agreed to pay $2 million to Lockheed Martin Corp. in exchange for a guarantee from the aerospace company that it will cover the cost of what is expected to be a $108-million cleanup of contaminated groundwater under a...
ReutersGood weather looks 70 percent likely for Monday's scheduled launch of Endeavour, the next-to-last U.S. space shuttle mission as NASA develops a new generation of craft for longer voyages. Liftoff is set for 8:56 a.m. EDT (1256 GMT) from the Kennedy Space...
L.A. NOWSeeing an almost limitless market, dozens of defense contractors -- Boeing Co. and Lockheed Martin Corp. among them -- are now vying to build drone aircraft. They are building surveillance drones the size of insects that can fly through open......
L.A. Times Tech BlogDefense analysts will tell you that robotic planes, or drones, are the most hotly sought-after weapon system in a generation. The Pentagon has spent at least $20 billion on the technology since 2001. Southern California, with its rich aerospace history...
L.A. Times Tech BlogIt may look like a toy commando truck from the G.I. Joe cartoons, but the Pentagon is serious about developing a flying Humvee. The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, has handed out about $9 million in contracts......
L.A. Times Tech BlogSpace Exploration Technologies Corp. quietly opened a new office Thursday in Huntsville, Ala., dubbed "Rocket City" for its long history with U.S. space missions. The company, better known as SpaceX, tried to keep the news under the radar, but it......
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