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  • Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'The Wrong Woman'

    Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'The Wrong Woman'
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Dec. 29, 2013 - Jan. 4, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     -------------------- SPECIALS WWE Tribute to the Troops...
  • Let Kids Solve Their Own Problems

    "Snowplow parents" refers to those who not only hover like helicopter parents but also plow ahead to pre-emptively eliminate any obstacles from their child's path. These are the folks who would like to hand-select their young child's classmates, or...
  • Five Super-Size Myths About Obesity

    The obesity epidemic is among the most critical health issues facing the United States. Although it has generated a lot of attention and calls for solutions, it also has served up a super-sized portion of myths and misunderstandings. 1. If you're obese,...
  • Politics: Where Hollywood Mattered in 2013

    Show biz's impact on politics usually ends at the surface: The red carpet is rolled out each year for the White House Correspondents Assn. dinner, a celebrity draws publicity to a vague cause by testifying before a congressional panel, or a documentary...
  • Limping No. 1 Aberdeen loses to Eleanor Roosevelt, 66-41

    Limping No. 1 Aberdeen loses to Eleanor Roosevelt, 66-41
    Friday marked a battle of the titans among Maryland high school basketball programs. Unfortunately, only one titan showed up. Top-ranked Aberdeen was out-run, out-defensed, and out-classed by Eleanor Roosevelt (7-0), 66-41, in the semifinals of the...
  • Insurgents could quickly bounce back in Afghanistan, analysis warns

    Insurgents could quickly bounce back in Afghanistan, analysis warns
    WASHINGTON — U.S. intelligence agencies warn in a new, classified assessment that insurgents could quickly regain control of key areas of Afghanistan and threaten the capital as soon as 2015 if American troops are fully withdrawn next year,...
  • Football needs to save itself

    The U.S., polarized politically and splintered socially, is about to experience one of its few widely shared moments: the professional football playoffs. Football reigns in America. More than a sport, it's an integral part of the nation's culture....
  • Chinese magnate says he wants to buy New York Times

    A spotlight-loving Chinese business mogul said Tuesday that he wanted to expand his empire into media by purchasing the New York Times. Chen Guangbiao, who made his fortune recycling material from torn-down buildings, said he plans to discuss the...
  • Syrian Electronic Army says it hacked Skype's social media accounts

    Syrian Electronic Army says it hacked Skype's social media accounts
    AMMAN, Jordan – The pro-Syrian government hacking group, the Syrian Electronic Army, has taken credit for an attack on the social media accounts of Internet calling service Skype. Messages accusing Microsoft, Skype's parent company, of passing...
  • Terps defensive back target Jalen Tabor commits to Arizona, explains UM spurning

    Terps defensive back target Jalen Tabor commits to Arizona, explains UM spurning
    Defensive back Jalen Tabor's decision to commit to Arizona, consummated Thursday with the donning of a Wildcats cap and the signaling of "Bear Down" at the Under Armour All-America Game, was a somewhat surprising marriage. Not because Alabama had been...
  • As interest rates rise, hybrid mortgages may be a good option

    WASHINGTON — Higher mortgage rates for 2014? Count on it. Could this be the year to check out hybrid mortgages, which haven't been popular lately? Maybe. You can count on interest rates going higher because: •The Federal Reserve intends...