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  • TV This Week for Feb. 6 - 12

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Feb. 6 - 12 in PDF format TV listings for the week of Feb. 6 - 12 in PDF format (alternate link) Weekly TV Listings can also be found at:......
  • Renewable energy: Labor coalition's tactics draw heat

     
    Do California construction unions raise concerns about building massive solar plants in the Mojave Desert because they care about wildlife, water shortages and delicate vegetation? Or is it, as some fellow labor unions charge, a way to extort expensive...
  • Kim Kardashian's naked W photos -- a thin line between love and hate

     
    Kim Kardashian loves her naked photos for W Magazine now that others love them. On her reality TV show, Kim Kardashian cried over the naked photos for W Magazine and called them porn....
  • Florida teachers to take pay cut?

     
    While the Tea Partiers were cheering Gov. Rick Scott's budget slashing proposals yesterday, area teachers were not so happy. His demand that they and other education and public workers contribute 5 percent of their pay to the state retirement fund...
  • Settlement reached in Facebook-related firing of medical technician

     
    The National Labor Relations Board and American Medical Response of Connecticut have settled a lawsuit over the firing of a woman after she criticized her supervisor on Facebook. The Board's Hartford, Conn. regional office sued the company in October of...
  • The new Obama to the Chamber of Commerce: Government regulations can be your friend

     
    The Democrat begins his make-up makeover with the American business community, preparing for 2012 and the vast sum it will take to win....
  • Endorsement backlash

     
    Just as I'd mused recently, these organizational political endorsements can be a double-edged sword. Here, from the Tribune editorial board's endorsement of Rahm Emanuel for mayor: We do not see (candidate Gery) Chico as the candidate likeliest to disrupt...
  • Dianna Agron: 'Glee,' engagement rumors, a new movie and more 'Glee'

     
    Dianna Agron of "Glee" skips the Super Bowl, goes on tour with the Fox show's cast. Dianna Agron denies she is engaged to "I Am Number Four" costar and boyfriend Alex Pettyfer....
  • Florida schools have already cut 12,000 full-time jobs

     
    I wrote a story for today's paper about the fact that Florida school districts have cut nearly 12,000 full-time positions since late 2007 — mostly behind-the-scenes workers such as janitors, bus drivers and class aides. If cuts are coming down the...
  • L.A. mayor, UTLA spend most in school board races

     
    As widely expected, most of the campaign money in the March 8 election for the Los Angeles Board of Education is coming from outsiders and not the candidates themselves. The biggest player is a committee supported by Los Angeles Mayor......
  • USC University Hospital nurses and staff picket amid contract negotiations

     
    Nurses and medical staff at USC University Hospital picketed Tuesday, a protest that came in the middle of tough contract negotiations between their unions and hospital administrators....
  • Bah! Mayor candidates sling humbug on pensions

     
    Even as I was watching last night's mayoral debate in real time I could sense the emptiness of the answers from the candidates on the city's pension woes. The cold transcript of the opening exchange is truly dismaying: MODERATOR CAROL......