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  • Dick & Jane Family Orchestra is still alive and kicking

    Dick & Jane Family Orchestra is still alive and kicking
    There's really no way to adequately prepare one's self for a performance by the Dick & Jane Family Orchestra. The Hollywood underground quintet, who appear Friday at Burbank's Viva Cantina, squall, roar and strum through a dizzying barrage of...
  • Uber faces lawsuit for New Year's Eve death of 6-year-old girl

    Uber faces lawsuit for New Year's Eve death of 6-year-old girl
    Uber, the popular ride-sharing company, is facing a lawsuit for the death of a 6-year-old who was hit and killed by a company driver in San Francisco on New Year's Eve. Sofia Liu died after being hit by a driver while crossing a street with her...
  • Navy cyber warfare chief is Obama's pick to lead NSA

    WASHINGTON — Navy cryptologist Michael S. Rogers is President Obama's top choice to take over the embattled National Security Agency — which conducts electronic surveillance operations worldwide — and the Pentagon's cyber warfare...
  • Review: Alfredo Ramos Martínez, champion of ordinary people, revisited

    Alfredo Ramos Martínez was a few weeks shy of 58 when he packed up his studio and, with his wife and daughter, moved from Mexico City to Los Angeles in 1929. He arrived just in time for the epic collapse of the economy. Not surprisingly, the Great...
  • Martin Scorsese's 'New York Review of Books' Docu to be Shown at Berlinale

    LONDON -- Martin Scorsese and David Tedeschi's untitled documentary about the New York Review of Books has been added to the Berlin Film Festival's Berlinale Special line-up, where it will be shown as a work in progress, followed by a discussion with...
  • Go Away With ... Julie Chu

    Go Away With ... Julie Chu
    Julie Chu is the forward for the U.S. Women's National Ice Hockey Team. A seasoned hockey veteran, the Harvard graduate is proud to be representing the United States at the Sochi Olympics, which will be her fourth Winter Games. Chu, 31 -- who already...
  • Robert B. Reich: Why conservatives would rather address poverty than inequality

    With polls showing that a majority of Americans now believe inequality has grown over the past decade, and favor tax increases on the wealthy to expand help to those in need, conservatives want to change the subject. Those with presidential ambitions say...
  • Michael Sam could be first openly gay player in NFL

    Michael Sam, an All-American defensive lineman from Missouri, could soon become the first openly gay NFL player, and he took to Twitter on Sunday night "to thank everybody for their support and encouragement." Sam, the co-defensive player of the year in...
  • John Kass: We need Hillary now

    It's sad, yes, but America probably hasn't fully grasped the terrifying truth about President Barack Obama's State of the Union speech. He has two more to go. Two more? Ye gods! The prospect of listening to him blah blah blah his way through two more...
  • Erotica writer Zane tops Maryland's list of tax scofflaws

    Erotica writer Zane tops Maryland's list of tax scofflaws
    The author of "The Heat Seekers" is now feeling the heat herself. Kristina L. Roberts of Upper Marlboro, better known to fans as Zane, owes the state more than $340,000 in back taxes, according to Comptroller Peter Franchot. She topped the list of...
  • 'Angry Birds' used for NSA, British spying efforts, documents say

    Even when you're slinging angry birds across the screen of your smartphone, the National Security Agency may be tracking your information, Monday reports said. The New York Times, the Guardian and Pro Publica have revealed documents leaked by former NSA...