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Democrat, independent also surface to challenge Shilling

Bayliss surrendered after his house caught fire, and he was convicted of 13 of 17 charges, including attempted first-degree intentional homicide, in February 2009. He was sentenced to 48 years in pris... read more

From the couch to 5K in one week

With no better plan available, last Wednesday, I ran as far as I could, which turned out to be about 1.6 miles. I then downloaded an ... but it is possible to go from the couch to 5K in just a week. I ... read more

Irish Town Stands Up to Big Seaweed

and a source of food for many marine species. Photo courtesy of Bantry Bay Save Our Kelp Forest. BioAtlantis began the lengthy process of applying for a license to harvest kelp from 1,800 acres of for... read more

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Debate over forced arbitration finds its second wind, with help from events like Wells Fargo scandal

Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson began looking at arbitration clauses when she sued an arbitration company in 2009 for not disclosing its ties to the banks and credit card ... said in a stateme... read more


4 of the Worst Mall Foods You Can Eat

Fortunately, we've developed a guide to help you navigate the nutritional pitfalls that pollute nearly every mall food court in America ... in our list of the 20 Worst Foods in America for 2009. read more

Spending by Wisconsin unions on lobbyists plummets, records show

The figures show the Wisconsin Education Association Council, the state's largest teacher union, spent nearly $2.1 million in the first six months of 2011 and $1 million in the first half of 2009 ... ... read more

10 reasons to dig Aldi

This means, if you really must have extra-thick-cut bacon or green food coloring or want to make a very particular dish like a Lasagna A La Daniella or a turducken ... Prices dip below $1 for bags of ... read more

Mural artist Kent Twitchell is extra busy at his canvas: L.A.'s streets

With his shock of silver hair, snowy beard and paint-spattered blue jeans, Kent Twitchell races around his downtown ... Twitchell is also part of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's current exhibit... read more

Austerity cuts 'twice as deep' in England than rest of Britain, study finds

The latest study, which comes as England's county ... out the banks a decade ago, the British people have been told that there is no other choice but austerity imposed at a fierce and relentless rate. ... read more

Shoestring Living: Be grateful every day

I strive to do this on my family blog and I encourage you to join me by taking a few moments each evening to jot down five to 10 things for which you’re grateful. Maybe it’s the way a woman helped you ... read more

Study finds that white families live in less diverse areas

Los Angeles in particular suffers from segregation more than other similar cities, according to the study. In Miami, which has a similar demographic composition, schools and neighborhoods are signific... read more

Swollen rivers begin falling across Northeast

where Irene blew ashore along the Outer Banks on Saturday before heading for New York and New England, Gov. Beverly Perdue said the hurricane destroyed more than 1,100 homes and caused at least $70 mi... read more



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