Daily Archive: Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Laguna Niguel teacher, triathlete dies 2 weeks after being struck by car

Scott Clark, a fifth-grade teacher at Laguna Niguel Elementary School and four-time Ironman triathlete, died Tuesday, almost two weeks after being struck by one of two cars that crashed in Laguna Niguel. Clark, 55, had been training for an Ironman race in Colorado before he was hit on Jan. 25 around 6:30 p.m. “It’s with

Printers – Essential Equipment for the Office

As computer systems have become an integral part of everyone’s daily work life, printers are one of the most essential computer peripherals that are required in day to day functioning. Printers are required for the smooth and efficient running of the office operations irrespective of the size of the business organization. It is of utmost

Trump’s Choice on Obamacare: Sabotage or Co-opt?

In fact, Obamacare is not on the verge of “explosion.” Enrollment in its insurance marketplaces is steady, and several independent analyses suggest that insurance prices have stabilized after a sharp market correction this year. But the structures it set up to provide health insurance to middle-income Americans are vulnerable. Insurance companies have struggled to make