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  • Woody Allen responds: 'Of course I didn't molest Dylan' Farrow

    Woody Allen responds: 'Of course I didn't molest Dylan' Farrow
    After a week of silence in the face of allegations of child molestation, Woody Allen has spoken out and  denied the accusation. In a forceful op-ed column on the New York Times Web site, the filmmaker denied that in 1992 he abused his adopted daughter...
  • Folk legend, activist Pete Seeger dead at 94

    Folk legend, activist Pete Seeger dead at 94
    Pete Seeger, who helped create the modern American folk music movement and co-wrote some of its most enduring songs such as "If I Had a Hammer," died on Monday at the age of 94. Seeger, a Woody Guthrie protege whose songwriting credits included folk...
  • Christie's says 2013 was record year for art sales

    Christie's says 2013 was record year for art sales
    In a sign the economy is getting better for the world's wealthiest people, Christie's auction house said 2013 was a record year for art sales. The London-based company said it sold $7.1 billion worth of art, jewelry and wine last year, a 16% increase...
  • Los Angeles Times Business section wins honors

    Los Angeles Times Business section wins honors
    The Business section of the Los Angeles Times and several of its writers were honored Thursday by the Society of American Business Editors and Writers. The daily section was named as a finalist for the general excellence award for daily newspapers...
  • Ebert documentary, 'Life Itself,' gets thumbs up ★★★ 1/2

    Ebert documentary, 'Life Itself,' gets thumbs up ★★&#9733 1/2
    The documentary "Life Itself," directed by Steve James of "Hoop Dreams" and "The Interrupters" and based on the late Roger Ebert's 2011 memoir, could have settled for well-meaning hagiography or a feature-length pitch for sainthood. Many of Ebert's far-...
  • U. of I. doctors under scrutiny for surgical robot ad

     U. of I. doctors under scrutiny for surgical robot ad
    When the makers of the da Vinci surgical robot asked University of Illinois doctors to appear in a national advertising campaign, their Chicago hospital saw an opportunity to promote its expertise with the device. But the plan backfired. Instead of...
  • John Huizenga dies at 92; physicist helped discredit 'cold fusion'

    John Huizenga dies at 92; physicist helped discredit 'cold fusion'
    On Nov. 1, 1952, U.S. scientists detonated the first hydrogen bomb over Eniwetok Atoll in the Pacific, introducing a powerful new weapon of war and, in the process, atomizing the rocky island. Air Force planes flying through the debris clouds collected...
  • Michael Sam's father not thrilled that his son is gay

    Michael Sam's father not thrilled that his son is gay
    When NFL prospect Michael Sam came out publicly as gay Sunday, he was largely applauded for his honesty and bravery by everyone from NFL players, coaches and executives to the Obamas. Sam's father had received the news several days earlier. His reaction...
  • Weekend preview: Beauty more than skin deep at Model Beach Volleyball

    Weekend preview: Beauty more than skin deep at Model Beach Volleyball
    Former Miami Heat star Shaquille O’Neal doesn’t miss many slam dunks. Nana Meriwether is a slam dunk, and Shaq missed it. Meriwether, who will travel from her home in New York to take part in the fifth annual Wild Fox Model Beach...
  • The last best witness

    The last best witness
    One of the most powerful images in "The Movement," the NSU Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale photography exhibition about the Civil Rights Era, shows a group of demonstrators being assaulted with fire hoses at Kelly Ingram Park in Birmingham, Ala., on May 3,...
  • Former Missouri star Michael Sam on track to be first openly gay player in NFL | Video

    Former Missouri star Michael Sam on track to be first openly gay player in NFL | <b>Video</b>
    Former Missouri star defensive end Michael Sam announced he is gay in interviews published by the New York Times and ESPN.com Sunday, putting him on course to become the first openly gay player in the NFL. Sam, the 2013 SEC defensive player of the year,...