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International Trade

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  • Lobdell: Will it be a 'only in Newport' statue?

    Lobdell: Will it be a 'only in Newport' statue?
    Editor's note: This corrects the color in "Metalphor." Councilman Keith Curry seems a bit bewildered by the controversy generated by his efforts to get a privately funded bronze statue of President Ronald Reagan placed in Newport Beach's new Civic...
  • Producer Price Index jumps and grocery costs could soon follow

    Producer Price Index jumps and grocery costs could soon follow
    If it seems like certain food prices have been inching up, it's not just your imagination. Sugar, beef, pork, and coffee prices have been soaring in international markets and that's beginning to show up in the grocery stores here in Central Indiana....
  • All eyes turn to Illinois for next gun battle

    All eyes turn to Illinois for next gun battle
    With Wisconsin poised to allow people to carry concealed weapons in public, gun advocates have made Illinois -- the last holdout -- a prime target in their campaign to give citizens unrestricted rights to carry weapons. Illinois has been one of their...
  • Child-Free Zone: Airline Bans Children From First Class

    Child-Free Zone: Airline Bans Children From First Class
    Apparently, Malaysia Airlines has banned our future to the back of the bus. I mean plane. This is in response to first class passengers complaining they can't sleep due to crying infants. A recent UK poll of 1,000 business class passengers found 75%...
  • Barbershop Competition Harmonizing At Sprint Center

    Barbershop Competition Harmonizing At Sprint Center
    You could call it "The American Idol of barbershop quartets." Thousands of people are in Kansas City this week for the Barbershop Harmony Society's International Competition. A Kansas City quartet hopes it has what it takes to win it all. Three Men and...
  • Natural Perspectives: Protecting California's sea otters

    Vic and I spent the Thanksgiving holidays in Monterey with our son Scott, his wife, Nicole, and their three little daughters, Allison, Lauren and Megan. I missed cooking our holiday dinner, but Thanksgiving is really more about family than food. We...
  • Critic's Notebook: Metro douses expectations on Union Station project

    Critic's Notebook: Metro douses expectations on Union Station project
    Talk about raining on your own parade. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority coaxed Renzo Piano from Paris, Ban van Berkel from Amsterdam and a bunch of talented local architects from the far Westside and brought them together Wednesday afternoon...
  • Ask the Expert: The asthma epidemic

    Ask the Expert: The asthma epidemic
    The sharp increase in asthma since the 1980s — some 34 million Americans now suffer from the condition — has confounded health professionals. To get some answers, we turned to Dr. Stephen Apaliski, an Arlington, Texas-based asthma and allergy...
  • Group Supports Armed College Students

    Group Supports Armed College Students
    Monday's deadly school shooting in Oakland is bringing renewed attention to a debate involving guns on college campuses. "This tragedy is an example of the fact that it takes more than a sign to keep an armed psychopathic killer off campus," said David...
  • Harley-Davidson Earnings, Retail Motorcycle Sales Show Continued Strength

    Harley-Davidson Earnings, Retail Motorcycle Sales Show Continued Strength
    Harley-Davidson, Inc. (NYSE: HOG) reported a strong finish to 2011, with improved fourth-quarter performance capping a year of earnings and dealer retail sales growth. Income from continuing operations was $54.6 million, or $0.24 per share, in the fourth...
  • Kicking up the dust of change

    Kicking up the dust of change
    The news in the architecture profession has been dominated for much of the summer by a few guardians of homeland and propriety -- one of whom happens to be first in line to the British throne. In London, a pitched debate continues over efforts by...
  • Dispute grows over TARP chief's powers

    WASHINGTON -- He was appointed with fanfare in December as public watchdog over the government's multibillion-dollar bailout of the nation's financial system. But now Neil Barofsky, inspector general of the Troubled Asset Relief Program, is embroiled in a...