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Web ReporterWashington state's Congressional delegation is about to grow by one seat in the House of Representatives: from nine to ten. The Census Bureau announced Washington state's population grew by 14 percent in the last ten years - thereby adding a new...
ReporterEfforts to prevent flooding in the Green River Valley are beefing-up. The Army Corps of Engineers is buying 400-thousand sandbags along with other flood-fighting materials. Auburn, Kent, Renton and other spots along the Green River are likely to flood...
Tags: Sales, Defense, Business, Armed Forces, Disasters and Accidents
Staff reporterIt's an issue that's got people talking and even yelling. President Obama's health care reform package is generating strong emotions from those for and against it. On Saturday, a group gathered near Seattle's Northgate Mall to protest against the plan....
L.A. Times Tech BlogYou can measure the success of a start-up in square footage. Just ask Xobni. A few weeks ago, Xobni moved into Twitterâ€™s old offices in the South of Market area of San Francisco. With 30 employees, it could no longer squeeze into the offices that it...
If you know anything at all about the federal student loan program, you will not have been surprised by the scandal of recent months. The only amazing thing is that it has taken so long to arrive. Here's how the program works: Banks and other private...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterGuatemala City Leftist ideology may be gaining ground in Latin America. But it will never set foot on the manicured lawns of Francisco Marroquin University. For nearly 40 years, this private college has been a citadel of laissez-faire economics. Here,...
The Swampby Mark Silva For all the excitement that Sarah Palin has generated for Republican John McCain's presidential ticket, there could be a certain amount of second-guessing surrounding Barack Obama's dismissal of Hillary Clinton as a running mate - "passed...
The Swampby Mark Silva President Bush may say he pays no attention to polls, but Karl Rove, whose degree comes from the Electoral College, sure does. And the polls Rove is watching show that Democrat Barack Obama's apparent advantage in the......
The Swampby Frank James Adam Smith, the political editor for the St. Petersburg Times, was at a Sen. John McCain rally this morning in Tampa which he said was very poorly attended compared with a rally for President Bush four years......
Tags: Tampa, John McCain, George W. Bush
Sun National StaffWASHINGTON -- With Saddam Hussein toppled, President Bush is soon likely to have a rare chance to capitalize on a postwar surge in popularity to advance his domestic agenda and achieve long-held goals at home. Though the war is not over, Bush's success...
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