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Monday, January 16,2012

GOP presidential candidates seek Hispanic votes

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Suddenly, the presidential campaign has acquired a Spanish accent. “Romney cree en nosotros,” U.S. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, R-Fla., tells viewers of a TV ad in South Florida, amid scenes of swaying palm trees, the Miami skyline and smiling Cuban-Americans. “Romney believes in us.”
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Friday, January 13,2012

TV drama ‘Alcatraz’ continues Hollywood’s fascination with legendary prison

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Sometimes, just a single word can stir one’s imagination. When, for example, producer J.J. Abrams was first pitched the idea for a TV drama pegged to Alcatraz, he was instantly intrigued.
Friday, January 13,2012

Obama seeks power to merge agencies, shrink government

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
President Obama on Friday morning will ask Congress to give him authority to significantly shrink the federal government by merging six agencies dealing with trade and commerce, a senior administration official said.
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Friday, January 13,2012

CollegeHumor expanding from Web to film

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Hoping to follow in the footsteps of National Lampoon, the digital-comedy company CollegeHumor Media is taking a stab at the film business.
Wednesday, January 11,2012

Jon Huntsman trails Stephen Colbert in South Carolina poll

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Jon Huntsman, who initially staked his presidential campaign on New Hampshire, now heads to South Carolina, where a recent poll shows him trailing even satirical television host Stephen Colbert.
Wednesday, January 11,2012

Microsoft’s departure signals CES’s decline

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Monday marked the end of an era at the Consumer Electronics Show, the tech industry’s gigantic annual gadget fest in Las Vegas. Steve Ballmer’s keynote speech that evening was the last one scheduled by a Microsoft CEO after a 13-year run. And after this year’s show, the company is pulling out of CES entirely.
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Wednesday, January 11,2012

Fox series gives an improbable second act to ‘Napoleon Dynamite’

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
ohn Heder has reunited with the entire cast — including Aaron Ruell and “Vote for Pedro’s” Efren Ramirez — to provide the voices for the animated version of the film. The already cartoonish Napoleon Dynamite, and the gang, can be seen when the series debuts with back-to-back episodes starting at Sunday on Fox.
Wednesday, January 11,2012

Barricades removed from Occupy Wall Street Zuccotti Park

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Barricades surrounding the park in lower Manhattan where the Occupy Wall Street movement was born were removed Tuesday, with considerable less commotion than when they were erected, enabling anti-greed protesters to easily return.
Tuesday, January 10,2012

US presses China, Japan, South Korea to trim Iran oil imports

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner faces a stiff challenge this week as he tries to persuade China, Japan and South Korea to reduce their dependency on Iranian oil and natural gas.
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Tuesday, January 10,2012

Coachella festival unveils expanded lineup

By McClatchy-Tribune News Service
Rapper Dr. Dre will close the 2012 edition of the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, to be held for the first time over two consecutive weeks in mid-April. Headliners for the multi-weekend, six-day affair include rock acts the Black Keys, Radiohead and the Shins, as well hip-hop and dance acts Snoop Dogg, the Swedish House Mafia and Kaskade, among others.
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