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Working a recent breakfast gathering of business owners in Northridge, Los Angeles mayoral contender Eric Garcetti introduced himself in Hindi when a Sikh businessman approached. A few hours later, Garcetti donned a colorful Peruvian headpiece with ear...
In his Feb. 5 Op-Ed article, "The case for drone strikes," Michael W. Lewis presents a distorted picture of the methodology and conclusions of a report I coauthored, “Living Under Drones: Death, Injury, and Trauma to Civilians from U.S. Drone...
Email Sia: firstname.lastname@example.org Like Sia on Facebook: Sia Nyorkor Facebook Follow Sia on Twitter: @SiaKWCH12 Sia joined KWCH in October 2012 as a Multimedia Reporter and is thrilled to be back in the Mighty Midwest! Born and raised in Indianapolis,...
A South Korean executive was sentenced to four years in prison Thursday for embezzling more than $40 million from his conglomerate, the third-largest of the massive and powerful chaebols that have long dominated the South Korean economy. SK Group...
People have an intrinsic right to know their ancestry — at least Reuben Pannor thought so. A Los Angeles social worker and trailblazer for the open-adoption movement, Pannor co-wrote "The Adoption Triangle," a 1978 book that served as the...
Another climate change study is projecting declines in runoff in many parts of the West, a scenario that would put more pressure on the region’s water supplies. Using new model simulations, scientists at Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth...
Da Chen hit bestseller lists in 1999 with his first book, the memoir "Colors of the Mountain." That, and its sequel, "Sounds of the River," told of the hardships he experienced while growing up in China during the Cultural Revolution. Chen had moved...
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Larry S. Gibson's book on Thurgood Marshall examines the forces in Baltimore that shaped young judgeForty-three years of letters, photographs, campaign buttons, itineraries and the occasional miniature flag are crammed into 2,000 fat binders lining three walls — floor to ceiling — of a storage room in the University of Maryland School of...
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — Like thousands of other volunteers, Peter Meijer has been working non-stop helping the victims of Hurricane Sandy. His long days transitioned from preparing evacuation shelters to search and rescue efforts to clean up...
Legg Mason Capital Management's chief investment strategist, Michael J. Mauboussin, resigned as of Jan. 2, said Mary Athridge, Legg Mason Inc.'s spokeswoman. Mauboussin's resignation is not a surprise, and he's expected to announce his plans in the...
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Central Floridian of the Year Deirdre Macnab: League's leader, inspired by history, fights for votersWinter Park's Deirdre Macnab regularly travels across Florida to talk to groups about her organization's mission. Sometimes she dresses as Susan B. Anthony, the fearless leader of America's women's suffrage movement. The costume is a good fit for...
25 years ago Editor named to nominate Pulitzers Ken Winter, Petoskey News-Review editor and general manager, will go to Columbia University next month to help nominate recipients for this year's Pulitzer Prize for journalism. Winter has been named a...
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