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 By Observer Staff    News    June 7, 2019

Power Finally Restored at LAX: No Takeoffs Until 11 pm PST Wednesday Night

A power outage, or series of outages, caused the evacuation of terminals beginning on Wednesday at 6:20 pm. 310 Southwest flights were cancelled Wednesday night. Thursday morning at 6 a.m., the power...

 

US and Mexico fail to reach deal on tariffs at first meeting. Trump: "There was progress, but not enough."

Washington (dpa) – Mexico and the United States on Wednesday failed to reach an immediate agreement to prevent Washington from imposing a 5-per-cent tariff on all Mexican imports, but will resume...

 
 By Preity Upala    Lifestyle    June 7, 2019

"Happiness: Capitalism vs. Marxism" Less Than the Debate of the Century Between Jordan Peterson and Slavoj Zizek

Touted as the "Debate of the century", the bout between Jordan Petersen and Slavoj Zizek was less than eventful. Termed "Happiness: Capitalism vs. Marxism", young minds gathered in Toronto to...

 
 By Doerthe Hein    Lifestyle    June 7, 2019

Breast Milk Banks Return to Provide a Vital Resource for Premature Infants

Magdeburg, Germany (dpa) - The reason that Jana Bartsch became a Breast Milk donor is currently lying peacefully in a cot. A few months ago, Emil arrived prematurely at 34 weeks. He had to have...

 

Apple Replaces its Iconic Music-focused iTunes Software on its Desktop and Laptop Computers

Los Angeles (dpa) - Technology giant Apple is replacing its iconic music-focused iTunes software on its desktop and laptop computers, the company announced on Monday, along with unveiling a number...

 
 By Stan Greene    News    June 7, 2019

Super Expensive Proper Hotel to Open June 20th at 7th and Wilshire Blvd

The Santa Monica Proper Hotel says it will open June 20th. The new hotel wraps around the Santa Monica Professional Building at 710 Wilshire Boulevard. The landmark Professional Building built in...

 
 By DPA Wire Service    News    June 7, 2019

Rebels launch wide-scale attack on Syrian troops in Hama

Beirut (dpa) - Syrian opposition rebels launched a wide-scale attack against government forces in the northern countryside of Hama late Thursday, a monitoring group and activists said. The...

 
 By Christine Peake    Events   

Rising Star Local singer Lola Rice wows at Wildlife Research Center star studded gala.

Local singer and rising star 18 year old Lola Rice performed at the 4th Annual Safari Night at the Wildlife Research Center this past weekend and the talented singer/songwriter was met with huge...

 
 By Shabtai Gold    News    June 7, 2019

Mexico, US Reach Immigration Deal; tariffs against Mexico "are hereby indefinitely suspended."

Washington (dpa) - The United States and Mexico reached a deal Friday on migration that avoids tariffs that would have been imposed on all Mexican goods starting Monday. President Donald Trump...

 
 By Christoph Sator    Crime    June 7, 2019

Murderer in a glass case: Controversy in Thailand Over Museum Displaying Corpse of Executed Man

Bangkok (dpa) - Every child in Thailand knows the name Si Quey. A bad man from China, allegedly a serial killer, even a cannibal. "Do not go outside when it is dark. Otherwise, Si Quey will get you,"...

 

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