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You can forgive the news reporter who mistook President Obama's Shaka wave for a sign to call him during the inauguration. The connected candidate -- who took communications to a whole new level -- would have expected a text message or email...not a call....
Tags: Entertainment, China, Apple iPhone, Nokia Corp., Google Inc.
Tribune staff reporterCan it be that smart, capable women are so worried about investing and planning for their future that they actually think they will end up living retirement as bag ladies? A recent survey suggests that a substantial number of successful women are...
Tribune staff reporterInvestment manager Louis Holland, of Holland Capital Management, posed the right question on a looming national retirement crisis. In essence, it was this: Given the fact that 43 percent of Americans are on their way to having less retirement income than...
Zap2It.comFOX's long-running Saturday night sketch show "MADtv" is dipping into the Internet talent pool. The network announced on Wednesday (Jan. 31) that Lisa Donovan, known to YouTube users as Lisa Nova, will join the "MADtv" cast starting on Saturday, Feb. 17....
GOLD coins, bottles and other artifacts recovered from the Republic, a ship that sank off Georgia during an 1865 storm, comprise the heart of the collection at a new museum in New Orleans. Odyssey's Shipwreck & Treasure Adventure, which was to have...
Spin CycleThe state Senate has approved a measure that would explicitly bar drivers from sending text messages while driving -- with sponsors citing a survey finding that one in five drivers are doing so behind the wheel. ???Text messaging is......
The Swampby Laura Olson Nearly six in 10 young adults between 18 and 24 years old are interested in engaging in public service, according to a survey released by Harvard University's Institute of Politics Wednesday. These results are part of an......
Times Staff WriterKENNETT, Mo. — When Doyle Privett and his fellow investment club members get together to pick a company's stock, one concern is never far from their minds: They want to be sure the company won't plunge into an abyss of financial scandal. "It's...
Times staffFrom the ever-changing world of Internet travel: A new website allows searches by price instead of by date, and a pioneering website has added vacation packages to its mix. FareFacts, launched Tuesday at http://www.farefacts.com . When you enter a...
Tags: Trips and Vacations, Adults, Business Trips, Denmark, Germany
The dinosaurs are coming, and that can mean only one thing: The family travel season will soon be upon us. Starting around Memorial Day, motorists will start burning fossil fuels to go see fossils. The American Museum of Natural History in New York...
Tags: Washington, DC, Adults, New York City, Science, China
Los Angeles TimesExcept for its proximity to the site of one of the nation's greatest tragedies, the stock market temporarily became irrelevant last week. That is, until it was given a new role to play: as a potential weapon of retaliation. Closed for four days, the...
Los Angeles TimesMany small investors are vowing that last week's terrorist attacks wouldn't scare them into dumping stocks, citing patriotism and faith in the long-term health of the U.S. economy. "I feel more positive about being an American, about the strength of...
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