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  • U.S. Army awards major contract to Indiana company

    U.S. Army awards major contract to Indiana company
    The U.S. Army has awarded a major contract to an Indiana company and the work will be done in Indianapolis. The Raytheon Company got a $51.5 million contract to produce a system to defeat improved explosive devices or IEDs. Raytheon is a technology...
  • Jim Newton: A mysterious inquiry

    Jim Newton: A mysterious inquiry
    Last month, scores of public officials across Los Angeles County opened their mail to find nearly identical requests for information: Members of the Los Angeles City Council and the county Board of Supervisors, the Community Redevelopment Agency and...
  • High Schoolers Build Basketball Playing Robots

    High Schoolers Build Basketball Playing Robots
    Science, math and engineering are some of the most complex subjects in school. But playing basketball with robots made learning a lot more fun for the students at the FIRST Robotics Competition. FIRST stands for inspiration and recognition of science and...
  • Looking forward to a stealth flyover

    Roberta Medford writes (“Keep bombers away from Rose Parade”, Dec. 18) to criticize the U.S. Air Force’s flyover of a B-2 stealth bomber in Pasadena’s Rose Parade. In contrast, I applaud and look forward to it playing an...
  • Boeing wins $3.48 billion U.S. missile contract

    Boeing wins $3.48 billion U.S. missile contract
    Boeing Co beat out Lockheed Martin to retain its position as the prime contractor for the U.S. long-range missile shield, the Pentagon said on Friday. The U.S. Defense Department said it was awarding Boeing a $3.48 billion, seven-year contract to...
  • Elinor Smith Sullivan dies at 98; daring female pilot

    Elinor Smith Sullivan dies at 98; daring female pilot
    Elinor Smith Sullivan, who was considered one of the youngest and most daring pilots in the 1920s when she set a number of flying records, died March 19 of kidney failure at a nursing home in Palo Alto, her family said. She was 98. The pioneering...
  • Store beer in a wine-like cave? Southern California gives it a try

    Store beer in a wine-like cave? Southern California gives it a try
    To grab a beer, Israel Arrieta doesn't just stroll to the fridge; he has to walk out his back door to the side of the house, where he pries a chicken-wire screen off a basement window and scrambles, crab position, down a wooden ladder. Several minutes...
  • Writing her own next chapter in the Peace Corps

    Writing her own next chapter in the Peace Corps
    She worked on the corporate side of the aerospace industry for 30 years. She intersected and dialogued and facilitated. She drove a Realtor's champagne Cadillac CTS. She raised three sons. She kept her family together as her husband drank himself to...
  • Armed robber helps feed baby during home invasion

    Armed robber helps feed baby during home invasion
    Indianapolis Metro Police were called to a home near East 21st and Shadeland Avenue around 8:30 Friday morning after armed gunman held four people hostage for 30 minutes. What investigators would later find includes things you would expect . . ....
  • Obama: The man from Raytheon....

     
    One in an ever expanding list of ironies about Obama is his nomination of Raytheon lobbying exec William Lynn, to the Number 2 slot at defense -- which on the surface, seems like a strange way to end the influence......
  • Obama: Ethics today, waivers tomorrow?

     
    The Project on Government Oversight (POGO) is impressed with Obama's new ethics rules, including a two-year ban on lobbyists who enter government working on the same issues they lobbied on. But they wonder how this squares with the decision to......
  • Obama's defense pick (lobbyist) divests

     
    by Mark Silva William Lynn, President Barack Obama's pick for deputy Defense secretary and a former Raytheon lobbyist, says he will sell his stock in the military contractor to free him from conflicts in the new administration. The Obama White......