Earthquake Early Warning coming to Washington
It's called "earthquake early warning" - a network of seismometers, computers and software designed to work together to give people time to brace for earthquake shaking.
Cincinnati Shakespeare's the Two Noble Kinsmen Opens 5/2
Cincinnati S This May, Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is proud to become one of the first five theaters in the United States to "Complete the Canon" by producing all 38 plays by William Shakespeare .
Inside Bay Area
Review: Rumsfeld himself is the ultimate 'Unknown Known'
"The Unknown Known," Errol Morris' engaging but ultimately infuriating portrait of former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, takes its title from one of Rumsfeld's gnomic, angels-on-a-pin disquisitions that helped make his news conferences during the Iraq War must-see TV for Washingtonians and policy wonks everywhere.
Wall Street Journal
Wage Data Show Rising Pay
The number of Americans earning the federal minimum wage or less fell last year to the lowest level since 2008, reflecting broader wage growth and a rising number of states setting higher minimums.
Alabama third highest percentage of minimum wage workers in U.S.
Approximately 326-thousand people in Alabama make minimum wage. That's according to the Department of Labor's report that 6.8 percent of Alabama's workforce makes $7.25 an hour, the third highest percentage in the country.
Wall Street Journal
Fewest Americans Earning Minimum Wage Since 2008
The number of Americans earning the federal minimum wage or less last year fell to the lowest level since 2008, reflecting both broader wage growth and an increasing number of states setting their higher levels.
The Daily Breeze
California Search and Resuce, fire departments headed to Washington to help find mudslide victims
Urban Search and Rescue experts from fire departments in Southern California are being sent to help in the search for victims of the massive mudslide in Osa, Washington, authorities said today.