News archive from 4 March 2014, page 21

The economic stimulus plan: Who wins and who loses in Obama's $789 billion recovery package?

The economic stimulus plan: Who wins and who loses in Obama's $789 billion recovery package?

WASHINGTON - Barack Obama is scoring a monster victory three weeks into his presidency with the economic stimulus deal. But he's taken some hits along the way and ultimately will be judged on whether he is able to cure an economy that is mired in...

 

After 10 years, Clinton finally releases international list of donors to foundation

Bill Clinton finally lifted the veil on his charitable foundation, revealing an extraordinary mix of 205,000 donors who forked over more than $492 million. Bubba collected checks from Saudi billionaires, foreign governments and big shot Americans like...

 

Pemex CEO eager to draw foreign oil companies to Mexico

HOUSTON — Plans to open up Mexico’s oil fields to foreign companies could revitalize the country’s lagging oil production within just a couple of years, Pemex CEO Emilio Lozoya said Monday. “I think we should aspire to have hundreds of companies...

 

Pemex CEO eager to draw foreign oil companies to Mexico

HOUSTON — Plans to open up Mexico’s oil fields to foreign companies could revitalize the country’s lagging oil production within just a couple of years, Pemex CEO Emilio Lozoya said Monday. “I think we should aspire to have hundreds of companies...

 

Police make arrest in fatal Maili stabbing

WAIANAE, Hawaii -- Police arrested a 39-year-old man Monday in connection with a stabbing in Maili in which a 42-year-old man was critically wounded and later died, The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reports (http://bit.ly/1ktr8n6 .) Emergency responders...

 

Knicks have national announcers wondering when is 'garbage time?'

This was not what NBA suits, Disney Co. executives (who pay the league billions so ESPN/ABC can air the games) or advertisers who sponsor the tilts, wanted to hear with 5:11 still left in the first quarter of Knicks-Bulls. “When does garbage time...

Daily News, 00:53 in Sport
 
Starbucks barista sues bosses, says she was groped and harassed at work

Starbucks barista sues bosses, says she was groped and harassed at work

A young Manhattan woman working her first “real” job as a barista at Starbucks is suing her former bosses, claiming she was subjected to a toxic brew of sexually demeaning comments and groping. Emily Feliciano, 23, said she was thrilled when she got...

 

Cleburne BOE considers tracking system for textbooks, equipment

HEFLIN — The Cleburne County Board of Education Monday discussed purchasing a computer program to keep track of textbooks and equipment given to students. The asset management software is from Book Systems, which already provides a program for the...

 

Three candidates up for District 1 commission seat

Only one sitting Calhoun County Commissioner will see challengers for his seat in the 2014 election season. The District 1 seat will be one of the few locally elected offices in Calhoun County to have a primary, and the only one on the Democratic...

 
This sinful treat woud've been right up Elvis's culinary alley

This sinful treat woud've been right up Elvis's culinary alley

Mark Weiss, who performs and cooks as The DJ Chef, cooked up this Elvis-inspired treat for a music festival. “It’s a take on Elvis’ love for peanut butter and banana sandwiches,” Weiss says. Recipe: Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Bread Pudding...

 

Analyst: If Tyron Smith waits on extension now, Cowboys will have to pay a lot more to retain his services...

Cowboys left tackle Tyron Smith proved to be a valuable asset this year, and at just 23 years old, could be one for many more years to come. For that reason, CBS' Jason La Canfora says Smith should wait on negotiating a long-term extension with the...

Dallas News, 01:01 in Sport
 
Lakers hold off Blazers 107-106

Lakers hold off Blazers 107-106

PORTLAND, Ore. -- Kent Bazemore threw an alley-oop to Wesley Johnson for the go-ahead dunk with 6.9 seconds left and the Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Portland Trail Blazers 107-106 on Monday night. Pau Gasol scored 22 points and the Lakers won...

 
Forte leads Oklahoma State past Kansas State

Forte leads Oklahoma State past Kansas State

STILLWATER, Okla. -- Marcus Smart and Phil Forte gave the home fans a memorable final look at a special connection. The childhood and high school teammates combined for 31 points in the second half to help Oklahoma State pull away for a 77-61 win over...

 

Since gun arrest, Knicks' guard Raymond Felton can't hit shots

AUBURN HILLS — Raymond Felton can’t shoot straight. The Knicks’ starting point guard hit just one of nine shots in Monday’s 96-85 loss to the Pistons, and he’s connected on just 21.9% (7-for-32) in four games since his arrest last week on two felony...

Daily News, 01:03 in Sport
 

Avoiding swine flu - precautions if you're pregnant

Children and the elderly are at "high risk" of serious complications from swine flu. But pregnant women are among the most vulnerable. "We don't know the full epidemiology of swine flu because it's so new, but the small literature we do...

 

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