Thursday Dec 5
The Las Vegas Sun
Rail authority says it is full-speed ahead for California bullet-train project
SACRAMENTO, Calif.-Critics and many political observers might see California's bullet-train project as nearly dead, but state officials made clear Thursday that the train is still heading down the rails at full speed.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Top Givers in the Bay Area
George Roberts, co-chief executive officer of KKR & Co. LP, appeared at number 41 on the Top 50 Givers list, putting him at number seven in our list of Bay Area philanthropists.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
SEE International Welcomes New Board Member Wright Watling
Watling is a veteran of the Central and Southern California Coast real estate world, boasting 35 years of experience in commercial brokerage, development and investing in industrial, office and retail projects.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Seven Phony Hate Crimes Trumpeted By The Media
One of the oldest rules in psychology and economics is that if you reward a behavior, you can expect to see it more often.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Awe Boosts Belief In The Supernatural, Study Suggests
Researchers from the University of Southern California and Claremont McKenna College found that awe-inspiring moments seemed to boost belief in God and the supernatural.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
How the Grand Canyon makes us religious: Natural wonders increase our ...
Amazing natural sights such as the the Grand Canyon or the Northern Lights might increase people's tendency to believe in God and the supernatural, according to new research by US scientists.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Experiencing awe increases belief in the supernatural
Awe-inspiring moments - like the sight of the Grand Canyon or the Aurora Borealis - might increase our tendency to believe in God and the supernatural, according to new research.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
SCAMFest brings the a cappella to Claremont
CLAREMONT >> The 18th annual Southern California A Cappella Music Festival, or SCAMFest, will feature 12 a cappella groups ranging from the Claremont Colleges to UCLA and USC Friday night at Bridges Auditorium.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Work for district will continue, even in Radela s absenceWork for...
Congressman Trey Radel faces three basic scenarios now that he's admitted to using cocaine and plans to seek treatment at an inpatient center in Florida.
Sun Nov 10, 2013
Why Reforms In China Today Are Much Harder Than They Were 35 Years Ago
Analysts have been looking for some reforms on state-owned enterprises, though nothing as extreme as privatization, reforms to the Hukou system, financial sector reform, and property tax reform to name a few.