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theatlanticwire.com — which is apparently a marked departure from the Baby Boomers, who were the plain old "Me Generation" (one me, no caps) and who created the "Me Decade" in the 1970s, and who coined the phrase, "But enough about me... Millennials are the "ME ME ME GENERATION," writes Joel Stein for the cover of Time magazine what do you think about me?"
milenio.com — Guerrero y México * Eliseo Villar Carrillo, coordinador general de la Coordinadora Regional de Autoridades Comunitarias (CRAC) y de la Casa de Justicia, dirigió un mensaje al presidente Enrique Peña Nieto y al gobernador Ángel Aguirre, y exigió frenar el "hostigamiento", cancelar las causas penales y averiguaciones previas contra de sus integrantes.
latimes.com — LAREDO, Texas - This border city is trying to clear its name. It is so conjoined with its Mexican sister city across the Rio Grande, Nuevo Laredo, that the two are often referred to as "Los Dos Laredos," or simply Laredo. That was great for tourism in happier days.
samquinones.com — Dave Gold, the founder of one of my favorite stores anywhere, has died of a heart attack at age 80, in the middle-class home he lived in for decades, despite his millionaire net worth. His 99 Cents Stores, which he began right here in Los Angeles, spread to finally include some 300 outlets.
latimes.com — The final of the men's 100-meter competition at the London Olympic Games. (Adam Pretty / Associated Press / ) San Diego and Tijuana will soon name a "top-notch" committee to pursue a binational effort to win the right to host the 2024 Olympic Games.
nytimes.com — Allan Arbus, who left the successful fashion photography business he and his wife, Diane, built to become an actor, most memorably playing the caustic psychiatrist Maj. Sidney Freedman on the hit television series " M*A*S*H," died on Friday at his home in Los Angeles. He was 95.
latimes.com — A man on a bike who was shot by a Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy during an alleged confrontation was unarmed, a department official said Monday.
latimes.com — My daughter is a junior in high school, so I've spent part of this spring making that upper-middle-class pilgrimage known as "the college tour." But as we were led across sweeping lawns by tour guides walking backward, I found myself thinking less about my daughter's looming college experience and more about how different her life will be after she graduates.
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