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LAS VEGAS — Billionaire casino mogul Sheldon Adelson looked relaxed. His arm was slung over the back of the courtroom witness chair with the cozy demeanor of a guest on an afternoon talk show. He was dressed impeccably in a gray business suit,...
SEATTLE — Since a tsunami struck Japan more than two years ago, a variety of debris has washed up on U.S. beaches — including large boat docks and a soccer ball, found in Washington state's Olympic National Park, from the Otsuchi Soccer Club....
Tags: Japan, Natural Disasters
Jack Dangermond started his working life at his parents' plant nursery in Redlands. Now, Forbes says, he's a billionaire. Dangermond is founder and president of Esri, one of the world's leading geographic information systems companies. In 2010, he won...
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. ECONOMISTS PREDICT STEADY JOB GAINS The Labor Department is set to release employment numbers later this morning, and many analysts think they'...
The 9.0-magnitude Tohoku-Oki earthquake and resulting tsunami that triggered a meltdown at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station has resulted in only a small increase in lifetime cancer risks for people living nearby, and an even smaller...
DETROIT (AP) — March is turning out to be the best month for auto sales in at least six years. Major automakers including Ford, Chrysler, Toyota, General Motors and Nissan all reported increases, with some reporting their best monthly totals since...
Two different approaches to alerting the public about earthquakes are vying for the state's support, one based on a network of government-operated sensors, the other built around a private company's equipment. In a move that may shed some light for...
A Japanese jeweler is selling a solid gold replica of soccer star Lionel Messi's left foot -- the one that has made the Argentine star the best player on the planet. But it will cost you: The asking price for the 55-pound statue is $5.25 million....
Tags: Japan, Arts and Culture, Arts, 50 Cent, Sculpture
World premieres of new dramas starring Adam Driver and Naomi Watts, a nonfiction look at director Michael Haneke and a documentary about African oil-drilling executives produced by Brad Pitt are to be among the films in competition at this year's...
Tags: Tribeca, Saudi Arabia, Jason Segel, Amour (movie), Entertainment
Twitter turned 7 Thursday, and to celebrate the occasion, the social network posted a quick video timeline recapping its history from an idea on a notebook to the major tech player it is today. The video starts by showing the sketch for a site called...
Tags: Barack Obama, Oprah Winfrey, U.S. Airways, Culture, Social Media
The front page of your paper never has an article of national and world interest. Case in point, the front page on Monday, March 18, had an article about deer on the golf course, an RV show in Aberdeen, and how West River has the most clout in the...
The U.S. Grains Council's 2013 Officers Mission heads to Korea, China and Japan, March 18-28, where attendees will visit with key customers and end users, providing details and receiving feedback on the U.S. 2012-13 corn crop. "Ever since the drought...
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