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Frustrated man troubleshoots computer eight times using 9-mm pistol

Technologically innovative advancements in the field of computer science have vastly improved both the industry and our standard of living. An estimated 85% of American adults and more than 90% of teens use the Internet. According to research from the University of Southern California, low-income African-American and Latino families who received computers through the Computers Read More…

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LA Health Fair Offers Free Screenings and Preventive Tests to Children and Adults

On Sunday, April 11, the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Walgreens and local churches sponsored a free health fair in the Koreatown district of Los Angeles. The health fair offered a variety of free medical testing services and dental check-ups to children and adults, according to the Westwood-Century City Patch. At the fair, which was held at Read More…

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An estimated 1.5 million illegal immigrants in California could be eligible for health care coverage

Immigration reform may be more difficult than the Obama Administration had predicted, considering that the most recent attempt to extend temporary protection for millions of undocumented immigrants has been held up in court. But that didn’t stop Californian lawmakers from reexamining immigration policies in their own state — on Tuesday, April 7, a collection of Read More…