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  • Money is on the unofficial agenda at the Republican National Convention

    Money is on the unofficial agenda at the Republican National Convention
    TAMPA, Fla. — A little more than a year ago, Frank VanderSloot contributed $1million to a "super PAC" supporting Mitt Romney. Now, the Idaho-based health products executive is a sought-after donor at the Republican National Convention as he makes...
  • Romney's edge in outside money a mixed blessing

    Romney's edge in outside money a mixed blessing
    WASHINGTON — In the escalating money race for the White House, Mitt Romney was supposed to have an advantage: a cavalry of outside groups that could collect unlimited sums and flood the airwaves with advertisements on his behalf. "Super PACs"...
  • Activists outside L.A. Times building protest potential sale to Koch brothers

    Activists outside L.A. Times building protest potential sale to Koch brothers
    About 200 protesters rallied Wednesday outside the headquarters of the Los Angeles Times to protest a potential sale of the newspaper to the politically conservative Koch brothers. The rally was one of a dozen nationwide at media properties owned by...
  • Unions protest over potential L.A. Times sale to Koch brothers

    About 300 labor-union members and other activists staged a demonstration Tuesday to protest the potential sale of the Los Angeles Times to the billionaire politically conservative Koch brothers. Demonstrators marched outside the downtown L.A....
  • Activists rally against potential L.A. Times sale to Koch brothers

    Activists rally against potential L.A. Times sale to Koch brothers
    About 100 activists rallied in Beverly Hills on Thursday evening to protest a potential sale of the Los Angeles Times and other Tribune Co. newspapers to the politically conservative Koch brothers. Part of the group -- a collection of environmentalists,...
  • Tribune to spin off newspapers, focus on broadcast TV business

    Tribune to spin off newspapers, focus on broadcast TV business
    Tribune Co. is getting out of the faltering newspaper business, but probably not the way it hoped. The media giant announced Wednesday that it will spin off its publishing unit into a separate company, a maneuver that's likely to delay a long-expected...
  • Tribune's Peter Liguori Making Good on Vow to Beef Up TV Assets

    That was quick. Tribune Co.'s new topper Peter Liguori is making good on his vow to beef up the company's TV assets, particularly its WGN America cable channel. WGN America last week gave a 13-episode straight-to-series order to "Salem," a supernatural...
  • Americans for Prosperity holding anti-Obama walk in Orlando Saturday

     
    Expect to see lots of Republicans and other opponents of President Barack Obama wandering through Central Florida neighborhoods tomorrow. In addition to the Mitt Romney campaign's “Super Saturday” voter outreach and registration program, a...
  • Disclosure by Arizona nonprofit shows ties to Koch brothers

     
    This post has been updated at 12:15 p.m. For anyone seeking the original source of the $11 million political donation from an obscure Arizona nonprofit, Monday morning's disclosure was unsatisfying. The out-of-state group said only that the money came...
  • O.C. voter turnout far behind 2008, but mail-in ballots up

     
    Just over 19% of registered Orange County voters had cast ballots by 3 p.m. Tuesday, a notable drop from the 2008 elections, county officials said....
  • Gov. Jerry Brown closes Proposition 30 campaign with statewide blitz

     
    Gov. Jerry Brown raced across California Monday in a last-minute bid to shore up support and stoke enthusiasm for Proposition 30, his proposal to raise taxes and head off billions of dollars in cuts to public education. As detailed in......
  • Surprise! Americans for Prosperity doesn’t like Obamacare

     
    The folks at Americans for Prosperity — the David Koch-supported group that poured millions of dollars into ads in Florida in a fruitless effort to deny re-election to President Barack Obama and  Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson – is now...