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DNA evidence that gave Baltimore police a key break in the investigation of the killing of former City Councilman Kenneth N. Harris Sr. was obtained under questionable circumstances and might never be heard at the trial, according to court documents and...
WHO SPEAKS for the rich? Who will stand up for the right of a Rodeo Drive shopper to purchase accessories that are safely beyond the price range of some bargain-hunting slob in the heartland? This pressing issue was settled by the Supreme Court at the end...
Tags: Prices, Restraint of Trade, Local Government, Texas, Software
Times Staff WriterAirfares are as unpredictable as the weather and can change even more quickly. So I was dubious of claims by online travel tool Farecast.com that it could not only find cheap airline tickets but also forecast whether a fare would go up or down. So I...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNEXT month, shoppers will be able to walk into H&M and buy a nautical-inspired minidress designed by 21-year-old Beau Fornillos, who created the sporty frock using a computer video game. Fornillos isn't a professional fashion designer. He built the dress...
South Florida Sun-SentinelIn the past seven years, Seminole Tribal Council members have spent more than $280 million from accounts they control. That spending has included paying tribal members' bills, financing their vacations and buying them cars, motorcycles, furniture,...
Tags: Health, Sports, Gaming, Motorcycling, Political Corruption
I was deeply disturbed by The Times editorial on malls as free-speech zones, both for its content and for the clear conflict of interest. Years ago, almost every locality had its own independent newspaper and often several newspapers. The small...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterStriking TV and movie writers chose Wall Street as a symbolic backdrop Tuesday for their demand for a bigger slice of the new-media pie. Their argument in a nutshell: Entertainment companies brag to the investment community that the Internet is a growing...
Clean out your e-mail. A barrage of holiday online marketing ads is on its way. With predictions that this holiday shopping season will be the slowest in five years, retailers are gearing up to shower shoppers with e-mail deals as a way to entice them...
Wildfires that swept across Southern California last month exposed a flaw in systems that transmitted evacuation warnings: People who depend on cell phones or Internet-based services often didn't get the message. So-called reverse-911 systems transmitted...
Sun reporterFor the past six years Baltimore City Council President Sheila Dixon has steered government work worth at least $600,000 to her former campaign chairman, most of the time without a written contract. Since becoming council president in December 1999,...
Tags: Employment, Technology, Contracts, Gaming, Wage Contract Issues
Special to The CourantAt Big Y Foods Inc., cashiers have an extra reason not to make any mistakes as oranges, steaks and paper towels cross their scanners. Although cameras at checkout counters have long been routine, technology being installed at Big Y reviews the...
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