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Money & CompanyThe ancient debate over whether the National Football League needs Los Angeles more than Los Angeles needs the National Football League just got jump-started again. Talk has already started from the promoters of one of the two potential NFL stadium......
Brand XThe paparazzi target wasn't hard to find: It smelled distinctly of fish. Camera flashes cut across the softly lighted downtown Los Angeles restaurant, as the crowd at Ludo Bites jostled for the coveted photo — of the Columbia River king salmon confit....
GreenspaceHours before the fatal accident that sunk the Deepwater Horizon oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico, Transocean workers quarreled with BP officials who wanted to go ahead and finish the job despite earlier problems, a rig mechanic told a......
KTLA NewsTUALATIN, Ore. -- A man opened fire with a rifle Tuesday at a drug-testing laboratory in suburban Portland, killing a female employee and wounding two other workers before fatally shooting himself, police said. The gunman and the dead woman apparently...
Lakers BlogGame stories --The Times' Mike Bresnahan details the final moments, including Ron Artest's game-winning shot, in the Lakers' 103-101 Game 5 Western Conference finals victory over the Phoenix Suns. --The New York Times' Howard Beck notes how Artest's...
L.A. NOWLAPD officers surrounded a downtown L.A. hotel and took into custody an elusive suspect that police have likened to Jason Bourne, the fictional secret agent known for his daring getaways and high-tech gadgetry in a series of films played by......
The Other Football» Orlando Sentinel – The Other FootballI told you that there was some good news in American soccer today and it comes in the form of Charlie Davies returning to training. The 23-year-old striker rejoined his French club Sochaux today and made the announcement on his Twitter account. I've...
The Wall Street JournalLANDOVER, Md. — Vexed that some 30 percent of driver candidates flunk its traditional training, United Parcel Service Inc. is moving beyond the classroom to ready its rookies for the road. In the place of books and lectures are video games, a...
Tags: Vehicles, UPS Inc., FedEx Corporation, Football, Entertainment
Is there anyone among us who does not know, or know of, a child with an autism spectrum disorder? Whether diagnostic criteria are allowing us to identify more individuals, or something in the environment is causing more autism, or our social habits and...
kfor.comOKLAHOMA CITY -- An Oklahoma City man had his nose cut off during a bizarre sword attack at a local bar. Police say the manager of a small bar near Northwest 10th and Rockwell attacked several customers with a sword. The suspect, Adan Zapata, is charged...
Tags: Oklahoma, Assault, Oklahoma City, Crime, Law and Justice, Crimes
Special to the Los Angeles TimesI never actually intended to harm anyone. Honestly. In fact, I think the waiter is to blame. I was dining at a restaurant with my sister when the waiter casually asked if I was enjoying the evening with my daughter. I tried to shrug off the comment but...
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The first page of "Horns" sets up the novel so neatly that it's almost a shame to recapitulate it here. But this much you need to know: Joe Hill's new book is about a man named Ignatius Perrish (most of the time, he's called Ig) who wakes up hung over and...
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