I have a problem with our representatives taking the Grover Norquist pledge.
Over the last 10 years, the federal government doubled in size in terms of spending. Doubled!
I am disgusted by the Hart district board members giving themselves a raise, as well as giving the superintendent a 2-percent raise and changing his benefit package a few weeks prior.
In response to "School board OKs raise," July 21:
Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Mission Hills is hosting a blood drive today and Friday to benefit an injured firefighter.
Tickets are now available for Sean's Night, a benefit dinner slated for 6:30 p.m. Sept. 10 to raise money for the California Youth Chess League and local chess programs.
Representatives for three major Southern California grocers say they've made a new offer, but a union spokesman Wednesday said employees might vote on the possibility of a strike as early as next week.
Starting in the 1930s, and continuing into the '70s, the area known as Whittaker-Bermite, in the center of our city, was a testing site for bombs and rockets for U.S. war efforts. These activities left both the soil and water on this 996-acre site contaminated with a variety of chemicals.
Monday, Aug. 15
Beazer Homes, with residential community developments in the Antelope Valley, reported results for the fiscal quarter ending June 30.
I have been waiting, but it hasn't appeared.
In the Aug. 6 opinion section, Mr. Warburton wrote, "Texas is the GOP run amok. ... I am proud of California's climate of regulation and taxation because it fosters so many good things for its citizens. ... I'll stay right here, where people are put (at least for the time being, Mr. Kennedy and those like him notwithstanding) ahead of profit."
I was extremely disappointed with the fact that The Signal relegated the tragic news story about the U.S. Army Chinook helicopter that was apparently shot down on Aug. 6 by the Taliban, killing 38, including 22 Navy SEALs from the unit that killed Osama bin Laden in May, to page five of Aug. 7's newspaper.
There's a national conflict between corporate America and the working class: the quest for lower wages and more profits for shareholders versus a quest for living wages and a more sustainable society.
BAGRAM AIR FIELD, Afghanistan (AP) - President Barack Obama secretly slipped into Afghanistan under the cover of darkness Sunday for a weekend visit with U.S. troops serving in the closing months of America's longest war.
When a workplace injury occurs, actual injury costs are often between five to 50 times the size of the obvious direct costs of medical expenses and salary for the injured worker. Indirect costs include money spent on things such as repairing damaged equipment, time and money spent on hiring and training replacement personnel as well as lost productivity and quality because less experienced employees replace key injured employees.
Food is essential in our lives. Without it, we would die. However, many individuals may look at food as a source of evil, something that can cause us to be fat. Developing a healthy relationship with food is just as important as developing a relationship with family members. When we have an unhealthy relationship with food, we are causing harm to our bodies. We may be putting in the wrong types of food, not enough food or an excess amount of food into our bodies. When we have a healthy relationship with food, we are able to keep our weight ...
An increasing number of people are communicating online and through text rather than having face-to-face conversations, and new studies give tips on how to tell if someone is lying online.
This is in memory of my dad, Corporal William Curtis Perry United States Army, who served in World War II and Korean War.
I am writing regarding my two-year old niece, Kennedy Rae Urban.
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Every day they die for our freedom.
Cancer is not always a death sentence but an invitation to live, a wake-up call to be present in the moment, a permit to love without holding back, a chance to forgive, a reason to be accepting of all people, and an order to slow down to take time to really see and smell the flowers.
Doreetha Daniels turned 98 years young on April 25.
Have you have ever had an extraordinary moment of any kind that really struck you because of the coincidence or surprise that it presented, or perhaps an unusually realistic dream you experienced, or even an instinct – that little voice in your head – that you listened to and it paid off?