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  • New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo Says Colbert's Show 'Belongs' in Manhattan

    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says that he is urging CBS president and CEO Leslie Moonves to keep Stephen Colbert's "Late Show" in New York and at the Ed Sullivan Theater. CBS has not made any decision as to where to locate the show, although the choice...
  • States pursue tax cuts as recovery takes hold

    WASHINGTON Maybe New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo should borrow a pair of crutches. They might have helped Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton's cause. Dayton, a Democrat, hobbled into the state Capitol five weeks after major hip surgery and blasted lawmakers for...
  • Global Location Report: 5 Film Spots in the News

    GEORGIA Over the past few weeks no location has been in the news more than Georgia, site of the tragic railroad accident that killed crew member Sarah Jones during the filming of Gregg Allman biopic "Midnight Rider." The incident -- which has renewed...
  • Expansion of California Tax Incentives Clears First Assembly Committee

    Legislation to expand California's tax incentives for movie and TV production moved forward on Tuesday, as the state assembly arts and entertainment committee unanimously gave their approval to the bill that would, among other things, make big budget...
  • New York's 9/11 museum opening May 21

    NEW YORK —- Nearly 13 years after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on New York City and Washington, a museum dedicated to the nearly 3,000 killed will open on May 21 where the World Trade Center once stood, officials said Monday. "Sept. 11 is a day that...
  • Like higher taxes, L.A.? Mayor Garcetti may have a deal or two for you.

    Like higher taxes, L.A.? Mayor Garcetti may have a deal or two for you.
    Would you, city of Los Angeles resident, support a higher sales tax for smooth streets and sidewalks? How about backing a higher sales tax to build light-rail and subway lines? Would you support both tax increases? That’s the question L.A. leaders...
  • Stormtroopers, a Wookiee and CPAC

    OXON HILL, Md. -- The first "people" I recognized on arriving at last week's Conservative Political Action Committee gathering just outside Washington were two "stormtroopers" and a Wookiee from the 1977 film "Star Wars." Some of the speeches also...
  • Officials kept in dark about crude oil transfers at California rail facility

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. Since at least last September, trains carrying tank cars filled with crude oil have rolled into the former McClellan Air Force base. Workers have transferred the oil, including some volatile Bakken crude, from trains to tanker trucks,...
  • Senado de Nueva York rechaza ley de ayudas a universitarios indocumentados

    Senado de Nueva York rechaza ley de ayudas a universitarios indocumentados
    El proyecto de ley que hubiera permitido a los estudiantes indocumentados tener acceso a ayudas económicas en las universidades públicas de Nueva York fue rechazado hoy por el Senado del estado con 30 votos en contra y 29 a favor. La norma requería...
  • Groups sue Gov. Brown over mortgage settlement funds

    Groups sue Gov. Brown over mortgage settlement funds
    Three community groups sued Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday, demanding he restore more than $350 million in mortgage settlement funds that were used to plug state budget holes two years ago. The money — from California's slice of the $25 billion...
  • If not Hillary, maybe Mark?

    Hillary Clinton is leading every poll everyone can think of that tests feelings about who should be the Democratic candidate for president in 2016. But what if she doesn't run? Virginia's own Mark Warner might be a possibility, or so says Larry Sabato,...
  • Salt shortage leaves many communities out in the cold

    SEDALIA, Mo. — The dirty rocks of salt are packed into a storage shed on a snowy lot, where a nearby bulldozer, its engine on, stands at the ready. Pettis County Commissioner Brent Hampy trudges across the frozen ground to assess the stockpiles...