Daily Archives: August 4, 2013

El mundo en imágenes (2/8)

Fragmentos de lo que sucedió en el mundo hoy

El mundo en imágenes (2/8)

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Man hospitalized after motorcycle crash in Burlington Township

BURLINGTON TOWNSHIP — One person was hospitalized with serious injuries after a motorcycle accident on Interstate 295 on Sunday afternoon, authorities said.

Man hospitalized after motorcycle crash in Burlington Township

Feds ramp up efforts to educate Pennsylvanians on Obamacare

HARRISBURG — With the new federal health exchange launching in less than two months, government officials and nonprofit workers are ramping up efforts to inform uninsured Pennsylvanians how to sign up

Feds ramp up efforts to educate Pennsylvanians on Obamacare

4-year-old mayor is re-elected in northern Minn.

Robert "Bobby" Tufts hasn’t made it to preschool yet, but he’s already been elected twice as mayor of a tiny tourist town in northern Minnesota.

4-year-old mayor is re-elected in northern Minn.

4-day bus strike in suburbs east of Phoenix ends

Bus drivers in the suburbs east of Phoenix tentatively reached an agreement Sunday with a national bus company to end a four-day strike by the drivers.

4-day bus strike in suburbs east of Phoenix ends

San Carlos hizo lo suyo: no perdió

El equipo fernandino fue a Trinidad para enfrentar a Porongos, por la primera final del Nacional de Clubes de OFI, y se llevó un empate a 1.

San Carlos hizo lo suyo: no perdió

Booker’s Senate campaign doesn’t involve opponents

COLLINGSWOOD, N.J. (AP) — Cory Booker has been on an after-dark jog with supporters in Morristown, held a fundraiser featuring Oprah Winfrey, posed for pictures at a Collingswood restaurant, given a s

Booker’s Senate campaign doesn’t involve opponents

For Riverside swordmaker, it’s all in the balance

RIVERSIDE – On the wall of John Hsi Lee’s downtown office is a picture of Lee and his teacher during the two years he spent learning how to forge metal in Lung Quan, a town in southern China.

For Riverside swordmaker, it’s all in the balance

BART labor talks continue as planned strike looms

Bay Area Rapid Transit managers and union leaders returned to the bargaining table Sunday in hopes of heading off a strike that would create traffic nightmares for San Francisco area commuters for the

BART labor talks continue as planned strike looms

US posts in Muslim world will remain closed

U.S. diplomatic posts in 19 cities in the Muslim world will be closed at least through the end of this week, the State Department said Sunday, citing "an abundance of caution."

US posts in Muslim world will remain closed