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Archive for June 11th, 2019
After two more horses died at Santa Anita Park over the weekend, state regulators wanted to suspend racing during an investigation, but the park declined. A proposed law could change that.
Animal rights advocates want an eventual state ban on horse racing.
The government is banking on more tourism after it replaces the outdated airport in Cusco with a gleaming new facility near the mouth of the Sacred Valley. And that's what conservationists fear.
California's Santa Clara County argues that if the rule goes into effect in July, the county will suffer irreparable harm in terms of patient care and staffing costs.
They're Leyla Hussein and Nimco Ali — both named Officers of the Order of the British Empire at Queen Elizabeth II's Birthday Honours Ceremony.
Historically, CEOs spoke out on political issues relevant to their bottom lines, but as the fight over abortion escalates, some say their employees and customers expect them to take a stand.
A House Judiciary subcommittee heard from publishers on Tuesday as it looks at ways to curb Big Tech's power.
A state judge's ruling on Monday will allow Missouri's only clinic that performs abortions to remain open for at least 10 more days.
The push to increase regulations on tech companies may be warranted, said Dara Khosrowshahi, chief of the ride-hailing service. His comments come as lawmakers and regulators focus on the industry.
Stewart, a longtime advocate for victims and first responders of the 2001 attacks, said it was "shameful" more lawmakers didn't attend.
"When it comes to corporate power, bigger isn't always better," New York Attorney General Letitia James said. The plaintiffs say the proposed merger would limit competition and lead to higher prices.
The bureau director was one of the biggest champions for the use of the 1940 data. Today, the laws prohibiting such use of the data are much stronger.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force says people at high risk of being infected with HIV should be offered a daily pill containing antiretroviral medications. The drug's cost remains a hurdle.
Jim Acosta comes across less like a reporter than a rival in his book — giving his side of the history of his interactions with the president and the legal battle to regain access to the White House.
Low-income Americans who take advantage of government safety net programs could be affected by a number of proposed rules and actions in areas such as housing, food aid, overtime and immigration.
The U.S. enters its first game armed with enormous talent, deep experience and high expectations. The team is prepared for a long tournament run while staying focused on the opponent in front of them.
Even if the budget is balanced for now, officials warn that LAUSD's long-term financial health is becoming more precarious. This warning has become almost an annual routine in LAUSD, and in recent years, some skeptics have stopped taking them seriously.
There were no blog entries published on this date.
Americans think fake news is a larger problem than climate change, racism and terrorism, according to a new study from the Pew Research Center.
On Tuesday, NBC, MSNBC and Telemundo announced its picks for five Democrat debate moderators.
After The Passing Of Two Musso And Frank Greats, We Hear Your Stories Celebrating Local Longtime Workers In The Service Industry| June 11 2019, 9:24 AM
Last week, Hollywood’s Musso & Frank’s lost two of its pillars: Sergio Gonzalez and Ruben Rueda.
The ‘Stop Violence In The Sex Trades Act’ Could Make New York The First State to Decriminalize Sex Work| June 11 2019, 9:17 AM
New York state would legalize the buying and selling of sex under a proposal introduced in the state Legislature Monday that would lift criminal penalties for sex work.
The heat is on in Los Angeles, as temperatures reached close to 100 degrees in some Southland cities.