|Wash. governor: Federal officials looking for temporary bridge fix after I-5 collapse|
MOUNT VERNON, Wash. ? Federal officials were searching the country for a possible temporary replacement for a bridge that collapsed along the crucial Interstate 5 corridor, but Washington Gov. Jay Inslee cautioned Friday that major disruptions will last ...
Exxon Defies Calls to Add Gays to Anti-Bias Policy
For millions of gay and lesbian employees, much has changed since 1999, when no states recognized gay marriage, ?Don?t Ask, Don?t Tell? effectively barred people who were openly gay from serving in the military, Matthew Shepard?s murde ...
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford denies allegations that he smokes crack cocaine
TORONTO ? Toronto Mayor Rob Ford denied Friday that he smokes crack cocaine and said he is not an addict after a video purported to show him using the drug. The mayor of Canada?s largest city did not say whether he has ever used crack. Ford ...
Distraught mom becomes face of Oklahoma storm
MOORE, Okla. ? A massive tornado was carving its way through town. There was no time to hesitate. LaTisha Garcia had to get to her children. And so she raced against the storm. She had 30 miles to cover from her job in Edmond to Plaza Towers ...
Raymond's Bar 1886 a throwback to another era
A frosted door, etched "Est 1886," greets visitors who wind past a small, canopied patio behind Pasadena's Raymond restaurant. That door was not there 127 years ago. Nor was the patio. Nor the restaurant. Instead, the year refers to the first ...
Randy Couture Helps Wounded Soldiers and Their Families
UFC Hall of Famer Randy Couture?s Xtreme Couture sixth annual poker ride raises money for wounded soldiers and their families.
MTS to sell Allstream, put $200M to pension and debt
Manitoba Telecom Services Inc. has agreed to sell its Allstream business telecommunications arm to an Egyptian investment group and use about half of the $405 million in proceeds to reduce its pension obligations and debt.
Turkey bans alcohol advertising and curbs sales
By Ozge Ozbilgin ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey banned alcohol advertising and tightened restrictions on its sale on Friday, drawing criticism from secular Turks as well as the country's brewing industry. The new law includes a ban on shops selling alcohol from 10pm to 6am, with fines of up to 500,000 lira ($270,000) for owners and operators of venues that violate the law, and a possible one-year ...
LiveWorld Transitions Out of Community Center Business And Reconfirms 2013 Guidance
LiveWorld, Inc. , today announced that it is focusing on its broader social media presence and will spend fewer resources on the development and deployment of its Community Center solution set.