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Oh man, you guys, I am really excited to share this cheesecake recipe today! There are a few key things that I really love about the base of this recipe. First, the overall texture is a lighter, cream

Globally, we generate about 1.3 billion tons of trash per year, far more than we can properly process or recycle. The shift to a circular, rather than linear, method of consumption is now more urgent than ever.

Every four years, the 168-year-old, Geneva-based treaty organization that provides the legal basis for worldwide network communications, radio spectrum management, and satellite placements holds a "plenipotentiary" conference among its 193 sovereign nation members. The next plenipotentiary begins on 29 October for three weeks. In addition to potentially altering treaty provisions and resolutions, and constituting its Council as an interim governing body, it elects 17 individuals to…

Family, friends and political allies are remembering the man affectionately known as the "Mayor of Englewood" Friday evening.

A newly created two-piece fluorescent probe gets activated when it comes in contact with tuberculosis bacteria in a phlegm.

We just opened the OneUnited Bank Merch Store offering items to promote the BankBlack© Movement with proceeds to OneUnited Bank being donated to charitable causes.

Include the following 15 immune system boosters in your recipes and meal planning, and you'll help your family fight off those winter bugs.

Quantum computers could crack public-key encryption in as little as five years. Here's how to prepare for the post-quantum world.

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Read nine ways your DUI could affect your job and future employment opportunities.

But let's get this out of the way: These goats can't set webs to catch their prey, they don't possess super-strength, and they aren't tottering around the

There are many ways to increase your red blood cell count, from dietary changes to supplements. Eating foods rich in iron, folic acid, and vitamin B-12 can help increase your RBC production, as can vitamin C and copper supplements. Getting regular exercise can also help. Learn more ways to increase your RBC count.

Positive thinking does produce favorable results for people who keep their mind in good shape. People who think positively have an optimistic view of life that affects their health and well-being, the Mayo Clinic explains. Thinking negatively can have an opposite effect, because pessimistic thoughts will bring the same results. Positive thinkers...

This is Part 2 of the SEA Lab 20th Anniversary Celebration which took place on Sunday, August 12 in Redondo Beach. Our friends at KTLA recorded this two part...

The SEA Lab (a program of the LA Conservation Corps) celebrated it's 20th Anniversary on Sunday, August 12 in Redondo Beach with a Summer Carnival. KTLA was ...

Industrial IoT devices and Industry 4.0 initiatives are putting the manufacturing industry at higher risk of breaches and attacks.

In a testament to the sustained profitability of global agricultural efforts centered on cannabis’ medicinal value, The Jerusalem Post reports that the nations of Canada and Israel are cultivating a business relationship that melds investment with innovation. Cannabis becomes legal on Oct. 17, and Israeli investors are closely examining forming market forces for cannabis producers to partner with to increase cannabis-centric treatments’ availability
In a recent…

Authorities on Friday announced a $35,000 reward for information about a shooting carried out on Father’s Day weekend that claimed the life of a longtime Carson resident.
Tauvaaga “Judy” Lauvai, 53, was killed in the shooting that happened on June 16 at about 9 p.m. in the 22700 block of Island Avenue in Carson, according to a news release from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

Supervising any high-level staff member is a balancing act. Star performers need leeway, appropriate decision-making authority, and a degree of flexibility about when and how they work. Hold the reins too tight and you’ll stifle them. But if you hold the reins too loose, you can lose control of the organizational functions they handle.

The NLG is most known for our Legal Observers (LOs), the volunteers in lime green hats who monitor and document police conduct and arrests at protests. No matter the weather, time of day, or locati…

Bill Schmarzo, the chief technology officer IoT and analytics at Hitchi Vantara, sits down with TechRepublic's Tonya Hall to talk about how cleaning the right data using machine learning can yield a positive ROI in your AI.

CHICAGO—On August 3, more than 300 people gathered at the Chicago Teachers Union Center to celebrate the 100th birthday of much beloved Chicago labor activist Beatrice “Bea” Lumpkin.

OFCCP recently lost Trump-appointed Director Ondray Harris due to his resignation. Deputy Director Craig Leen takes Harris’s place in the interim. Harris’s departure raises some important questions that covered federal contractors may be asking. What was Harris able to accomplish during his short tenure? During Harris’s time at the Agency, there were few policy developments. The…

Some people may develop health effects from HPV. Certain types of HPV can cause genital warts in males and females. Other HPV types can cause cervical cell changes and cervical cancer.

TL; DR: Behind a mantra of constantly developing and never settling, CS-Cart helps online retailers explore the difference between running a web-based boutique or running an entire marketplace with its smart and easy-to-use Multi-Vendor eCommerce software. The company is behind more than 35,000 single-seller stores and markets since 2005 and touts a feature-rich, open-source solution …

Job interviews move quickly, so quickly that they can sometimes feel disorienting. Doing the prep work and mock interviews can help you properly prepare for the interview, but once you are face to …

*While we’re mourning the loss of Aretha Franklin, we thought we’d flash back to her film debut in the classic film, “The Blues Brothers” that only the Queen of Soul could steal. When originally released in ’68, the feminist anthem became the Queen of Soul’s seventh top 10 hit! #Think #MrsMurphy #QueenOfSoul We don’t know …

Often referred to as the “Queen of soul”, Aretha Franklin was known for blending deep rooted soul music with the gospel genre. She created “R-E-S-P-E-C-T”, but you may not know, she was also a renowned gospel singer. Her career began as a child, singing gospel at the New Bethel Baptist Church in Detroit.

Written by City News Service
August 16, 2018
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors renewed or reinstated rewards today in hopes of solving the 2016 killings of a teenage girl struck by a stray bullet in a gang-related shooting in Lynwood and two young fathers gunned down at a gas station in Compton
Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas recommended that the board extend the $20,000 reward — set to expire Aug. 20 — in the killing of 16-year-old Danah Rojo-Rivas, who was shot to…

In light of the recent amendments to this important bail reform legislation, the ACLU of California has withdrawn its sponsorship and support. The ACLU's position on SB 10 is now neutral. SB 10 needs to go further to be the model for pretrial justice and racial equity that we are working towards. Any model must include data collection that allows independent analysis to identify racial bias…

Want To Learn About Tea? Art Of Tea Explores History, Types, & Preparation Of Various Teas In Our Tea 101 Guide. Learn More Today.

Your face could trigger a DeepLocker AI-powered malware attack or be used by Social Mapper to track you across social media sites.

Four music promotion opportunities that are tied to your release date. Release dates matter MORE (and less) than ever before. On the one hand, since shelf space is no longer a factor in making music widely available, there’s less pressure to have a quick win with your new release. And — as I often say …