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Month: July 2014

City Of Los Angeles Defends Independence On NFL Stadium Negotiations

Los Angeles officials defended the city’s independence and transparency today in the process of negotiating with Anschutz Entertainment Group about the developer’s plan to build a $1.35 billion NFL stadium and new convention center hall downtown. During a packed meeting of the City Council committee charged with vetting AEG’s proposal, council members refuted attacks that […] 8:25 pm Read More

US Senate Scraps Vacation Amid Debt Deadlock

The US Senate on Thursday scrapped its annual weeklong July 4 break as the White House warned that deadlocked talks on raising the government’s ability to borrow money had breached a “danger zone.” As still-sour jobless claims cast fresh doubt on prospects for a US recovery, senior White House adviser David Plouffe warned that failure […] 8:24 pm Read More

Joe Jackson Wants To Add AEG Live As Defendent In Murray Lawsuit

Joe Lawyers for Michael Jackson’s father wants to add AEG Live as a defendant in his lawsuit alleging the actions of his son’s former personal physician contributed to the singer’s death. Court papers filed this week by Joe Jackson’s attorneys, Brian Oxman and Maureen Jaroscak, allege AEG Live was negligent in the hiring of Dr. Conrad […] 4:23 pm Read More

UN-Backed Court Issues Hariri Indictment, Warrants

A UN-backed court on Thursday issued a long-awaited indictment and arrest warrants for the 2005 murder of Lebanon’s ex-premier Rafiq Hariri, with members of the powerful Hezbollah reportedly among those named. Prosecutor General Said Mirza said he received the sealed indictment and arrest warrants in the case, which many fear could plunge the country into […] 4:12 pm Read More

First Named Atlantic Storm Eyes Mexican Coast

Mexico’s Gulf coast was on high alert Wednesday as the first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season took aim at a region still recovering from the worst floods on record last year. Tropical Storm Arlene was packing sustained winds of 60 miles (95 kilometers) per hour and heavy rains, and the Miami-based US National […] 11:38 pm Read More