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Pennies from your thoughts – can city residents solve L.A.’s cash crunch?

Pennies from your thoughts – can city residents solve L.A.’s cash crunch?

The Daily News recently conducted an informal poll asking readers for ideas on how Los Angeles can solve its cash crunch in order to preserve essential services. Some of the more creative suggestions submitted included having Controller Wendy Greuel do an audit of city closets to determine what items could be sold off, and revamping [...]

California’s Dream Act goes to a vote

California’s Dream Act goes to a vote

A California Senate panel today voted to release AB 131 from suspension and send it to a vote on the Senate floor. AB 131 is the second of a two-part bill package known as California’s version of the Dream Act. Sponsored by Democratic Assemblyman Gil Cedillo (D-Los Angeles), the bill would allow undocumented students to [...]

Wake up call! The battle between the sexes continues between the sheets

Wake up call! The battle between the sexes continues between the sheets

Several new studies have revealed some key differences in how men and women experience sleep. For instance, compared to men, women typically fall asleep faster, sleep longer and deeper, and have fewer instances of waking up during the night. Also, when subjects in an experiment mimicked the effects of sleep deprivation, women performed better than [...]

Triple Crossing

Triple Crossing

Being double crossed is bad enough, but being triple crossed? Well, I guess that becomes good again, right? <i>Triple Crossing</i> by Sebastian Rotella is a high flying spy tale of explosive proportions. Take the driver’s seat with rookie San Diego border patrol agent, Valentine Pescatore, as he gets caught up playing games with Mexican drug [...]

Stanford prison experiment 40 years later

Stanford prison experiment 40 years later

“Male college students needed for psychological study of prison life. $15 per day for 1-2 weeks.” Led by psychology professor Philip Zimbardo, the Stanford Prison Experiment lasted less than a week, but has lived on as one of the most notorious research projects ever carried out by the University. 24 young men were randomly assigned [...]

Could the erosion of the American middle class be a lasting trend?

Could the erosion of the American middle class be a lasting trend?

The American middle class was a hurting bunch before the “great recession” of 2008 struck—for decades the gap between the rich and poor in this country has been growing at a fairly steady pace and middle class incomes had been largely stagnant. An analysis from Citigroup back in 2005 found that all of the movement [...]

More cohabitation, less stability for kids?

More cohabitation, less stability for kids?

The National Marriage Project released a report last Tuesday stating that children in the U.S. are now more likely to have unmarried parents than divorced ones. The National Marriage Project is the combined initiative of two partisan groups in support of marriage, the University of Virginia and the Institute for American Values. The report found [...]

Is there a market for healthy fast food? New chain looks to end greasy stereotype

Is there a market for healthy fast food? New chain looks to end greasy stereotype

Everyone says they want to eat healthier but when it comes down to it the temptations of cheap, fast, and let’s face it, delicious foods usually prove too great to resist. After all, one of the guilty pleasures of eating fast food is knowing that what tastes so good is really so bad for you. [...]

New study spoils spoilers

New study spoils spoilers

SPOILER ALERT! Norman Bates is the murderous mother. Darth Vader is Luke’s father. The limping thief is Keyser Soze. And don’t cry, but that dude is no lady. Chances are, you already knew these famous film reveals. But if you didn’t, we might have just done you a favor. This, according to a new study [...]

Did Piers Morgan sexually harass Christine O’Donnell: what crosses the line?

Did Piers Morgan sexually harass Christine O’Donnell: what crosses the line?

Former Delaware Senate candidate and self-identified Tea Party politician Christine O’Donnell walked out of an interview with CNN’s Piers Morgan this week after a line of questioning she found “embarrassing” and later called “borderline sexual harassment.” She made the accusation on grounds that Morgan was asking her questions he wouldn’t have asked a man. "Imagine [...]

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