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  • Would things go better with Koch?

    "Mainstream media" are alarmed by reports that billionaires Charles and David Koch are considering the purchase of Tribune Company's eight daily newspapers, including the Los Angeles Times. When Warren Buffett spent $344 million to purchase 28...
  • Gosnell's 'clinic of horrors'

    It was the pictures and riveting testimony that convinced a Philadelphia jury that abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell was guilty of murdering three infants born alive following botched late-term abortions and also guilty of the involuntary manslaughter of...
  • Foreign affairs

    Ever since President Clinton "did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky," whatever remains of standards seem to have fallen even lower among people who hold offices and positions once thought to require good behavior and strong moral...
  • Final warnings about Obamacare

    PORTSTEWART, Northern Ireland -- Each visit to the U.K. brings new horror stories about the National Health Service (NHS). Last month, Sir Bruce Keogh, medical director of the NHS, issued a forensic report, commissioned by the government, which found...
  • Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'Lincoln' on Showtime

    Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'Lincoln' on Showtime
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Sept. 29 - Oct. 5, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     -------------------- SERIES Recipe Rehab In premiere of this...
  • 'Newsroom's' Alison Pill Takes a Stab at L.A. Theater in 'Wait Until Dark'

    L.A.'s Geffen Theater production of "Wait Until Dark" puts a new spin on the spooky 1967 thriller with Jeffrey Hatcher's adaptation that preemed Oct. 16. The action has been moved to just after World War II, with "The Newsroom" star Alison Pill...
  • Civil libertarians' hypocrisy

    Self-proclaimed civil libertarians are up in arms over the National Security Agency's massive database containing information about whom we call and what we do on the Web. Defenders of the program say, "So what?" Unless you're a terrorist, no one in the...
  • Rachel Marsden: Russia's American PR blitz

    Russian President Vladimir Putin cares a lot about what you think -- about NSA contractor-turned-defector and Russian asylum seeker Edward Snowden, and pretty much everything else -- to the point of spending $300 million of state funds last year on the...
  • Health care law protects some debtors from unscrupulous hospital collections

    Many people are facing large, often insurmountable debt obligations these days, and according to some estimates, medical bills account for half of all collections reported to credit agencies. Even with a sound long-term financial plan, you may be...
  • When you meet the racists on the road, correct their usage

    There's a U.S. presidential campaign bumper sticker making the rounds that at once purports to take advantage of free speech while at the same time devolving into racist taunting. In an attempt to play on the word "renege," the bumper sticker shouts...
  • How much Hollywood pays its stars -- and who's worth it?

    "IT'S ONE of the curious paradoxes of contemporary Hollywood: The more it searches for the next big talent, the more it relies on the tried-and-true to generate box office." So writes Stephen Galloway and Tatiana Siegel in The Hollywood Reporter....