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  • Bill Eppridge dies at 75; took famed photo of RFK after shooting

    Life magazine photographer Bill Eppridge was on assignment taking pictures of wild horses in the Montana mountains in 1968 when he got word that Robert F. Kennedy was running for president. "I jumped into my Jeep, drove about 20 miles down the worst...
  • Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'Saturday Night Live'

    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 6 - 12, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     --------------------   SERIES This Old House Three homeowners...
  • Government shutdown: GOP losing ground with public, polls indicate

    Government shutdown: GOP losing ground with public, polls indicate
    WASHINGTON – The standoff over the government shutdown continues to damage the public’s opinion of congressional Republicans, two new surveys indicate, a finding likely to deepen concern among GOP leaders about the impact the stalemate is...
  • Could it be Satan? Scalia says yes.

    Could it be Satan? Scalia says yes.
    Justice Antonin Scalia sat for a revealing interview with New York Magazine that is being variously described as “weird,” “bizarro” and proof that Scalia is a terrible man. A lot of what Scalia has to say won’t come as a...
  • Katy Sorenson, president, The Good Government Initiative, University of Miami

    Katy Sorenson, president, The Good Government Initiative, University of Miami
    Last week: Organized librarians and Miami-Dade citizens convinced the County Commission to stop the ill-advised plan to gut the library system by cutting hours and librarians. Budget crisis averted, but [only] postponed. The fact is libraries are not just...
  • Kelley Shanley, president, Broward Center for the Performing Arts

    Kelley Shanley, president, Broward Center for the Performing Arts
    Last week: Madison Square Garden Co. said it is paying $125 million to create a new joint venture with artist management giant Irving Azoff. The new partnership will manage artists, develop digital media, produce television, and own music-publishing...
  • Mary Riedel, president, Women in Distress of Broward County

    Mary Riedel, president, Women in Distress of Broward County
    Last week: The 12th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on our country was a day of somber remembrance, yet hopeful. It's estimated that some 35 million Americans participated in some type of service project on Sept. 11, which speaks to the spirit of our...
  • Justices come clean: Scalia on Satan, Ginsburg on her future

    Justices come clean: Scalia on Satan, Ginsburg on her future
    It's the first week of October, which puts the U.S. Supreme Court in focus in a way it almost never is unless chads are hanging — as in the 2000 post-election mess — or the justices are rendering decisions on fraught subjects like gay marriage...
  • Should Congress raise the debt ceiling right away?

    Should Congress raise the debt ceiling right away?
    The Obama administration says it won’t be able to pay some bills unless it can borrow more money soon. It says the government’s $16.7 trillion debt ceiling will be hit by Oct. 17, and it may default on its obligations for the first time ever...
  • Paul Ryan proposes debt limit compromise, leaves out Obamacare

    Paul Ryan proposes debt limit compromise, leaves out Obamacare
    WASHINGTON – Rep. Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) waded into the thick of the debt-limit debate, calling for a swift compromise between House Republicans and President Obama. But his proposals have already sparked conservative ire. Ryan, in an opinion piece...
  • Keith Koenig, president, City Furniture

    Keith Koenig, president, City Furniture
    Last week: South Florida home sales rose in July to near peak levels and home values increased 28 percent in Broward County and 15 percent in Palm Beach County. We are now well into the next housing "bull market" and the implications for our economy are...