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  • Four questions about the NSA spying controversy

    Four questions about the NSA spying controversy
    In recent days, disclosures of electronic surveillance by the U.S. National Security Agency, including allegations that it spied on foreign leaders, have threatened to cause significant damage to the United States' relations with some of its closest...
  • U.S. spying scandal straining ties with Europe

    U.S. spying scandal straining ties with Europe
    WASHINGTON — The expanding transatlantic scandal over U.S. eavesdropping on Europe's leaders and spying on its citizens has begun to strain intelligence relationships and diplomatic ties between allies that call each other best friends, according to...
  • Those Red Sox beards -- love them or hate them?

    Those Red Sox beards -- love them or hate them?
    The Red Sox player's famed beards are “evidence of the team’s superior character” to some and “dumb” to others. New Yorker writer Richard Brody sings the team’s praises for the beards, saying they show “a fixed...
  • Fannie, Freddie may cut loan limits, pushing borrowers to jumbos

    Fannie, Freddie may cut loan limits, pushing borrowers to jumbos
    WASHINGTON — Should you be concerned that the maximum loan amount you'll be able to obtain through the biggest players in the mortgage industry — Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac — might be cut sometime next spring? Maybe you should. That'...
  • Obamacare debate: Will costlier insurance plans hurt the middle class?

    Obamacare debate: Will costlier insurance plans hurt the middle class?
    Forget Obamacare’s website glitches. The outrage over the bungled Healthcare.gov launch has given way to sticker shock over the new insurance plans that force individuals to pay significantly more for comprehensive coverage. People feel...
  • 'Ender's Game' fails to net high score from critics

    Based on the popular young-adult novel by Orson Scott Card, the new film "Ender's Game" shares at least superficial similarities with the recent sci-fi smash "Gravity" (with its dazzling zero-G effects) and last year's YA blockbuster "The Hunger Games"...
  • Petition wants White House to display rug made by Armenian refugee orphans

    Petition wants White House to display rug made by Armenian refugee orphans
    A petition on Whitehouse.gov is urging President Barack Obama to display a rug woven by Armenian orphans at a refugee camp in 1920. The tapestry was donated to President Calvin Coolidge in 1925, as a gift to thank Americans for their humanitarian...
  • Friday's TV Highlights: 'Great Performances' on PBS

    Friday's TV Highlights: 'Great Performances' on PBS
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 27 - Nov. 2, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     --------------------   SERIES The Carrie Diaries Carrie and Walt...
  • Members of Congress send letter urging Redskins to change name

    Members of Congress send letter urging Redskins to change name
    The Washington Redskins name-change controversy just won't go away. Two weeks after Dan Snyder, the owner of the Redskins, said he will never change the team's name as long as he owns the franchise, 10 members of Congress sent letters urging a name...
  • Weekly Maryland recruiting roundup

    Weekly Maryland recruiting roundup
    Maryland's pursuit of a four-star center in the 2014 class is continuing this spring. Terps Recruiting caught up this week with Trayvon Reed, a 7-foot, 200-pound rising senior from Snellville, Ga. Reed says the schools standing out to him are...
  • Federal regulators probing real estate kickback schemes

    WASHINGTON — A settlement between the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and a Texas home builder is drawing renewed attention to a controversial issue that was prominent during the years preceding the housing bubble: kickbacks in home...