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Here's one prediction you can take to the bank: In 2016, Focus on the Family will still be spewing paranoid nonsenseChange of SubjectIn advance of the 2008 election, Focus on the Family released "Letter from 2012 in Obama’s America," warning their followers what life would be like in the fall of 2012 were Barack Obama to be elected. It's both frightening and......
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelBy William Gibson, Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — Florida Sen. Marco Rubio praised President Barack Obama’s executive order cracking down on sex trafficking, which the senator says mirrors his own proposed legislation. Obama outlined new steps...
Staff Writer, Copy EditorIn an effort to increase the number of government contracts awarded to local small businesses, the 2012 Imperial Valley Procurement Fair will take place Thursday at the Barbara Worth Resort and Country Club in Holtville. The event, hosted by the...
Tribune reporterMore than two dozen new restaurants and retail stores will open next year at the international terminal at O'Hare International Airport, city officials announced today. The upgrades are part of a $26.2 million redevelopment of Terminal 5, the first...
Assignment ManagerMore than 200 employees at the ITT Exelis Night Vision plant in Roanoke got layoff notices Thursday. In a statement, a company spokesman said 201 hourly employees are being laid off. Earlier this month, the company said declining government contracts...
South Bend Tribune CorrespondentPLYMOUTH -- The Listenberger family, which has fed Plymouth for decades with cafes, hotel restaurants, Kentucky Fried Chicken franchises, food trucks and a catering service, now reaches across the country with government contracts to make sure soldiers...
DAILY AMERICAN REPORTERJohnstown Area Regional Industries helped local businesses sell more than $1.3 billion in goods and services to the federal government in 2010. With a new series of informational workshops scheduled in Somerset County, the nonprofit economic development...
Several park projects got approval from the City Council this week, including the design of a new park and contracts for security enhancements at two other open spaces. The council approved site plans for the half-acre Maryland Avenue Park, which is in...
Tags: Google Inc.
The Hagerstown City Council Tuesday night approved a contract with a city construction company for improvements on Broadfording Road to make way for additional developments in the area. By a 3-1 vote, the five-member council awarded the $1.7 million...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterOver the centuries, at the same time military might has been building borders, shaping national identities and protecting ways of life, it's also been building our wardrobes, shaping our silhouettes and taking fledgling brands to the front lines of...
A "super PAC" that has spent more than $35 million on behalf of Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney has accepted donations from federal contractors despite a 36-year-old ban against such companies making federal political expenditures. At least...
For Los Angeles to meet its legal obligations and provide for a more sustainable energy and water future, rates must go up. Soon. The City Council doesn't like to acknowledge that because it knows there are few more predictable ways to raise the ire of...
Tags: Elections, Unions, Eric Garcetti, Herb Wesson, Starbucks Corp.
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