It.ould.ake more sense, Stein said, to invest in improved intelligence so that the U.S. could anticipate an attack and take pre-emptive action. In fact, equipment malfunctions and weather conditions had prevented glens from operating continuously for as long as 30 days, as of the end of last month, according to Pentagon documents and defence specialists. Laos Angeles Times, 202 West 1st Street, Laos Angeles, California, 90012 | Trying to fashion a shield against a sneak missile attack, military planners gambled on costly projects that flopped, leaving a hole in U.S. homeland defence. It also won 62 awards at the STD awards. 2009 Laos Angeles Times Festival of Books on the UCL campus In 1996, the Times started the annual Laos Angeles Times Festival of Books, in association with the University of California, Laos Angeles . It goes into every detail of information about Laos Angeles and Southern California that the heart could desire. But readers didn’t just comment on the bound­ar­ies; hundreds sent notes — short essays, really — on the places they live. Rubble of the L.A. Still others thought the decline was a side effect of a succession of short-lived editors who were appointed by publisher Mark Wilkes after publisher Otis Chandler relinquished day-to-day control in 1995. 9 Wilkes, the former president of General Mills, was criticized for his lack of understanding of the newspaper business, and was derisively referred to by reporters and editors as The Cereal Killer. 26 Abandoned Laos Angeles Times vending machine, coving, A 2011 Other reasons offered for the circulation drop included an increase in the single-copy price from 25 cents to 50 cents 27 and a rise in the proportion of readers preferring to read the on-line version instead of the print version. 28 Editor Jim O'Shea, in an internal memo announcing a May 2007, mostly voluntary, reduction in force, characterized the decrease in circulation as an “industry-wide problem” which the paper had to counter by “growing rapidly on-line,” “breaking news on the Web and explaining and analysing it in our newspaper.” 29 2004 Pulitzer prizewinner Nancy Cleveland, 30 who took O'Shea's buyout offer, did so because of “frustration with the paper's coverage of working people and organized labour” 31 the beat that earned her Pulitzer 30 . My buddy's reply: “GT happened.”

The Heat, who have a much shorter history having been founded in 1988, have three NBA championships, the most recent in 2013. Watch the Miami Heat on FOX Sports Sun FOX Sports Go When they meet Thursday, part of the Lakers and Heats shared history will be on display. Former center Shaquille ONeal, who played for both franchises, will have his jersey No. 32 retired by the Heat. The Lakers, by the way, will unveil a 9-foot Shaq statue on March 24 at Staples Center, before a home game against the Minnesota Timberwolves. ONeal, alongside Dwyane Wade, helped the Heat win the 2006 NBA title. ONeal averaged 19.6 points, 9.6 rebounds and 1.9 blocks in four seasons with Miami. He gave ex-Laker Pat Riley his only title as a Heat coach. Later, in his current capacity as Heat president, Riley brought in LeBron James and Chris Bosh, paving the way for two more titles.

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The 153 skiers were stuck on the slopes of the Cervinia resort for seven hours on Saturday after wires carrying the cabins became tangled in strong winds. The cars stopped at an altitude of more than 2,500m (8,366ft), and the rescue ended just before midnight. No cases of hypothermia were reported during the incident in the Aosta Valley, near the French border. "Luckily the wind wasn't too cold... everything is under control," Adriano Favre, the head of the local rescue teams, was quoted as saying by the AFP news agency. Television pictures of the rescue showed the skiers using wires to slide down the cable to the ground. In September, more than 30 tourists spent a cold night trapped in several cable cars high above the French Alps. They were eventually freed after rescuers managed to restart the cabins by relaxing the tension of tangled cables.

“They don’t know the nitty-gritty of what it takes to make something work.” At a Senate hearing on April 11, 2007, obeying was asked about the GMO system’s ability to distinguish enemy missiles from decoys. Another “important consideration,” radish said in an interview, was that the seaborne radar could be made operational quickly, compared with the time it would take to build an X-band installation in Alaska or negotiate with foreign governments for other sites on land. The magazine's editors and writers were not informed of the agreement, which breached the Chinese wall that traditionally has separated advertising from journalistic functions at American newspapers. A mishap at a test facility in Elizabeth City, N.C., operated by tom, further soured Army leaders on glens. Gates said he could not justify the mission’s cost, estimated at tens of millions of dollars. Troops would not have that luxury in combat. The American Federation of tabor hired noted trial attorney Clarence Barrow to represent the brothers, who eventually pleaded guilty. That is about 200 miles higher than the expected maximum altitude of a long-range missile headed for the U.S., technical experts told The Times.

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But readers didn’t just comment on the bound­ar­ies; hundreds sent notes — short essays, really — on the places they live. It would make more sense, Stein said, to invest in improved intelligence so that the U.S. could anticipate an attack and take pre-emptive action. welcome to The Times’ neigh­bor­hood map of Laos Angeles County. Among the report’s conclusions: “glens system level reliability is not meeting program reliability growth goals. In an era where newspapers were driven by party politics, the Times was directed at Republican readers. Sept. 24, 2015 | Reporting from Washington Unknown to most Americans, the Pentagon has spent $2.7 billion developing a system of giant radar-equipped blimps to provide an early warning if the country were ever attacked with cruise missiles, drones or other low-lying weapons. Amount Paid: $1.8 billion from 2006 to June 2015. Then click on anyone to see a more detailed map with in­form­a­tion about schools, income, demo­graph­ics and news from that area. Snoop Doug pleads no contest to felony drug charge, gun possession April 12, 2007 | Andrew Blankstein, Times Staff Writer Rapper-actor Snoop Doug will avoid jail time after pleading no contest Wednesday to two felony charges -- but he might be legally allowed to continue smoking marijuana.