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Top of the TicketAfter all these years do you really know what it says? And a striking special video of the National Anthem by a loyal Ticket reader....
L.A. Times Tech BlogAfter high school Angus Davis skipped college for Silicon Valley, where he signed on at Netscape as the Web browserâs youngest employee. He and his former boss, Mike McCue, bailed Netscape in 1999 to start Tellme, which helped users search for...
The man who went on a shooting rampage at a beer distributor calmly told a 911 operator that it was "a racist place" and that he had taken matters into his own hands to "handle the problem." Omar Thornton, 34, called 911 after shooting 10 co-workers -...
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KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES - Bakersfield, Modesto and Fresno are among the most dangerous cities for kids, but San Francisco is one of the safest cities in America, according to Men's Health magazine. Editors ranked 100 American cities from safest to most dangerous....
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Under the skin, a battery is surgically implanted -- generally within the upper chest. From the battery, wires snake up to the head, to tickle different targets deep inside the brain. Such is the hardware for deep brain stimulation -- the equivalent of a...
(WGN-AM)- Steering clear of a messy labor dispute, the White House on Friday said Vice President Joe Biden and other members of President Barack Obama's Cabinet have scrapped plans to attend a national mayors' conference in Rhode Island rather than...
Four major cities -- New York, Seattle, Houston, and Pittsburgh -- will get no money from a $1 billion economic stimulus program to help cities avoid laying off police officers, officials told The Associated Press on Monday. The officials, speaking on...
Reporting from Providence, R.I. -- President Barack Obama heads to the island resort of Martha's Vineyard today for a family vacation likely to be interspersed with talk of -- and work on -- his drive to pass a health-care overhaul this fall. The...
This excerpt is from Dominick Dunne's article "Fatal Charm: The Social Web of Claus von Bulow," which originally appeared in Vanity Fair and is reprinted in Dunne's "Fatal Charms and the Mansions of Limbo" (1999). It was reported during Von Bulow's 1985...
Israel Gelfand, the Russian mathematician whose research laid the mathematical framework for the imaging abilities of MRI and CT scanners and who did crucial work in a host of more esoteric fields, died Monday at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in...
Food EditorChristine Najac has always been a party girl. Well, as much as a young girl going to an all-girl's Catholic high school in Wakefield, R.I., can be. And all her parties were to entertain her girlfriends, of course. Think Christmas parties, May Day...
(AP) - Tens of thousands of unsafe or decaying bridges carrying 100 million drivers a day must wait for repairs because states are spending stimulus money on spans that are already in good shape or on easier projects like repaving roads, an Associated...
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