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  • Sunday guest list: Tom Brokaw on ‘Meet the Press’; Paul Krugman on ‘This Week’

     
    Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund, will be a guest on "Fareed Zakaria GPS" at 10 a.m. on CNN. The program repeats at 1 p.m. Another guest will be Daniel Akerson, chairman and CEO of General Motors....
  • Guest list: Alan Greenspan, Rachel Maddow on ‘Meet the Press’; Rep. Paul Ryan on ‘Fox News Sunday’

     
    CBS' "Face the Nation" will talk to Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C.; Obama campaign strategist David Axelrod; and Howard Dean, former chair of the Democratic National Committee. The program starts at 10:30 a.m. on WKMG-Channel 6....
  • Obama talks jobs and growth with corporate CEOs

     
    President Obama focuses on economy: President Obama met with corporate chief executives at the White House to discuss the economy and jobs....
  • Five things to know about Lehigh's football opener at Monmouth

     
    No. 1. -- This won't be as easy as the last two times Lehigh met Monmouth -- a 54-26 win at Goodman Stadium in 2005. Yes, Monmouth was just 3-8 last year, but that record was somewhat misleading because four of the losses were by one point. This is a...
  • Facebook names Erskine Bowles to its board of directors

     
    Facebook names Erskine Bowles to its board of directors: Facebook has added to its board of directors Erskine Bowles, the former White House chief of staff who recently co-chaired President Barack Obama's Bipartisan Deficit Commission. Bowles, was...
  • Lafayette men's basketball schedule announced

     
    Lafayette men’s basketball coach Fran O’Hanlon is going to have a few challenges when camp opens up next month, the most obvious being able to find a post presence. Jared Mintz graduated. Jake Kreuser transferred. There are possibilities,...
  • Sounders FC signs goalkeeper Bryan Meredith

    Sounders FC signs goalkeeper Bryan Meredith
    RENTON, WASH. - Seattle Sounders FC has signed goalkeeper Bryan Meredith, the club announced today. Meredith was Seattle's fourth pick and 29th overall in the 2011 MLS SuperDraft. Per Major League Soccer and club policy, terms were not disclosed.   A...
  • Restoration Porsche - Part 1

    I became the owner of a 1967 Porsche 912 in March 2009, a few months after my brother Alan died unexpectedly of a heart attack in California, where he lived. At a memorial service for him on the campus of Stanford University, his wife offered me Alan&...
  • 'Confidence Men' by Ron Suskind

    'Confidence Men' by Ron Suskind
    "The presidency is not something that lends itself to on-the-job-training," Vice President Joe Biden famously quipped of his future running mate in 2007. That's exactly what President Barack Obama did in his first two years of office, according to a...
  • The Third Man: New England native Ran Blake releases his first-ever live album

    The Third Man: New England native Ran Blake releases his first-ever live album
    There are any number of interesting things to talk about in pianist Ran Blake's music, but there's one passage in particular that caught my ear while I was listening to his new CD, Grey December: Live in Rome, released last week on Tompkins Square...
  • FDA Warns Against Milk Thickener After Infant Deaths

    FDA Warns Against Milk Thickener After Infant Deaths
    WASHINGTON, D.C. (KTLA) -- The Food and Drug Administration issued a warning Monday against using thickener when feeding premature infants after two deaths were reported. The FDA has discovered that SimplyThick may be causing life-threatening damage to...
  • Classically Trained: From YouTube fame to a Sydney show

    With the modern-day Internet, one can turn to Google for just about everything: Web searches, maps, news, e-mail or lucrative advertising, to name a few. But who knew Google was making orchestras, too? Turns out one young musician from Irvine did...