Two-thirds of Hispanic business owners said they started their firms to better their lives, provide for their families, according to new survey.
$100,000 DiCaprio car: Environmentalist Leonardo DiCaprio buys a luxury plug-in hybrid 2012 Fisker Karma that reinvents the way a 'green' car looks – and drives.
Crossroads of the World: Tourists walk at Times Square in New York on April 8. In 1904, Longacre Square was renamed Times Square for the opening of the new headquarters of the New York Times newspaper in the Times Building, now called One Times Square and the site of the annual ball drop on New Year's Eve.
The Atlanta Thrashers have been sold to a business group that intends to move the team to Winnipeg next season. The looming question is whether the move will set off a chain reaction.
Rebecca Black: 13 year old Youtube sensation, Rebecca Black, has reportedly recieved multiple death threats for her 'Friday' video.
Gov. Rick Scott of Florida declines $2 billion of federal money in deciding not to build a Orlando-to-Tampa high-speed rail line. Two other governors have made similar moves. It suggests a rocky road ahead for Obama's $53 billion rail plan in the Republican House.
Emergency water rescue crews ferry guests after heavy rains and flooding trapped them at their hotel in San Diego, Calif., on Dec. 22. Virtually the entire state has been affected by the storms that began Dec. 17, dumping rain from far Northern California south to San Diego.
Medical marijuana patient Roger Lingle sniffs a starter plant he bought at the Canna Pi medical marijuana dispensary in Seattle, Washington, Nov. 20, 2012. Washington State's Initiative 502, that was approved by voters in the Nov. 6, 2012 general election, legalized marijuana in Washington State, effective Dec. 6, 2012. Marijuana remains illegal at the federal level.
The Sarah Palin stamp of approval may not always be a help, especially when it comes to the general election. Her endorsement of California Senate candidate Carly Fiorina may turn out to be a case in point.
LA heat record of over 110 degrees was set on Monday, just after noon in the downtown area. More high temperatures, though not record-setting, are forecast for Tuesday for LA.