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Tribune reporterWASHINGTON—A second Illinoisan in the House of Representatives has announced he will vote no to the last-minute deal to raise the debt ceiling: Chicago’s Jesse Jackson Jr. A liberal Democrat, Jackson joins conservative Republican and tea...
Tags: Judy Biggert, John Boehner, Elections, Politics, Joe Walsh
KTLA NewsSAN PEDRO (KTLA) -- Police are searching for leads after a shooting early this morning left one man dead and another critically injured. The brothers were in the 1300 block of South Mesa Avenue about 1 a.m. today when someone approached them on foot...
The local chapter of a national Latina organization is looking for the best of the best leaders in the Latina community. MANA de Imperial Valley is asking for nominations for its 2011 Las Primeras honorees. Three women will be chosen and honored during...
City News ServiceSAN DIEGO -- The San Diego County Board of Supervisors sent a proposed plan for redrawing supervisorial district boundaries back to staff Tuesday so one of the districts would have a voting-age population mostly made up of black and Latino residents. The...
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Grants have been awarded to help rural cooperatives and small businesses expand, create jobs and strengthen their capacity to serve rural citizens and communities. The grants are being provided through USDA Rural Development's Rural...
Glendale Community College has commissioned a $35,000 study exploring the possibility of moving from an at-large process for electing trustees to a district system. The decision comes six weeks after Cerritos Community College was sued by voters who...
When Roberto Nieto decided to get back into the Cuban restaurant business, he knew these tough economic times called for a different kind of restaurant. "Right now, things are hard for a lot of people," Roberto Nieto told his wife, Mayra, and sons,...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Shrimp, Steaks, Restaurants, Politics
Put your club attire aside in favor of a more sophisticated ensemble as we prepare for a refreshing weekend of high class entertainment. Can’t miss San Diego events range from Thursday Night Thing at the Museum of Contemporary Art, to the San...
The following is Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg's address as prepared for delivery today at a breakfast co-hosted by the Council of Urban Professionals and the New America Alliance at the offices of Kirkland & Ellis LLP Thank you, Timothy, and good morning....
PIX11.comMayor Michael Bloomberg is reaching into his own pockets to make sure young black and Latino men in the city have a better chance at success -- and he's not the only billionaire reaching deep. The Mayor is unveiling today a new 3-year plan to boost...
In 20 years as a nurse practitioner, Ann Cho found herself preventing a false child-abuse claim — because a bruise on a baby was a "Mongolian spot" common to Asian babies — and explaining to health care workers why a new mother wouldn't take a...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterGoodbye, metrosexual, and hola, vanidoso. Increasingly, growth in the men's grooming arena will be driven by the personal care habits of Latinos. That's the takeaway from a recent study focusing on the grooming preferences of Latino men in the United...
Tags: Mass Media, New Products, Arts and Culture, Elections, Politics
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