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  • Q&A: Elizabeth Gilbert on 'The Signature of All Things'

    Q&A: Elizabeth Gilbert on 'The Signature of All Things'
    Elizabeth Gilbert is of course best known for “Eat, Pray, Love” (2006), the megaselling memoir that was made into a popular 2010 film with Julia Roberts and Javier Bardem. But Gilbert's first love was fiction, to which she makes a triumphant...
  • Federal shutdown makes key government data hard to find

    Federal shutdown makes key government data hard to find
    Think the federal shutdown doesn’t concern you? Just try looking for some basic data. Data.gov is down, as are websites that distribute data for the Census, FBI, NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The Bureau of Labor...
  • Hasn't the U.S. defaulted before?

    Hasn't the U.S. defaulted before?
    That's the question raised by James Grant in a Washington Post op-ed, and his answer -- as anyone who knows Grant might expect -- is yes. His real point is that it happens all the time, in a way, and will inevitably happen in the future. "On the...
  • The shutdown's forgotten victims: Government contractors

    The shutdown's forgotten victims: Government contractors
    In a city where government contracts make up a multi-billion dollar industry, it is surprising that with the exception of a couple of articles that received moderate attention, the mainstream media has largely ignored the impact of the shutdown on federal...
  • Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'The Hobbit'

     Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'The Hobbit'
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 13 - 19, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     -------------------- SERIES Cedar Cove It's Christmas, and while...
  • Will voters punish Republican Party?

    Will voters punish Republican Party?
    Both political parties have taken a beating in public approval for the partial federal government shutdown that began Oct. 1, but polls show Republicans have gotten the worst of it. A Gallup poll conducted after the shutdown began last week showed...
  • Gansler responds to claims he ordered troopers to drive in unsafe manner

    Gansler responds to claims he ordered troopers to drive in unsafe manner
    Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler on Sunday disputed published reports that, over several years, he ordered state troopers to drive in an unsafe manner while they were transporting him on official duty. The reports, published Sunday in the...
  • Gansler to name running mate amid turmoil

    Gansler to name running mate amid turmoil
    Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler, will announce his running mate Monday as he attempts to move beyond controversies that have plagued his campaign for governor, including allegations that he routinely pressed his security detail to drive unsafely. As...
  • Twin controversies for Gansler

    Twin controversies for Gansler
    Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler's announcement of his selection of a running mate in next year's gubernatorial election — the well-qualified Del. Jolene Ivey of Prince George's County — is being overshadowed by a report over the weekend...
  • Did Miriam Carey Have To Die?

    Did Miriam Carey Have To Die?
    Did Miriam Carey have to die? Miriam Carey was the 34-year-old Stamford resident shot and killed after a car chase in Washington on Oct. 3. A lawyer for her family said Ms. Carey was an innocent victim, and says a police report released Friday proves...
  • "Editorial Cartoons by Chan Lowe" at Delray Beach Public Library

    "Editorial Cartoons by Chan Lowe" at Delray Beach Public Library
    "Editorial Cartoons by Chan Lowe": The Sun Sentinel's editorial cartoonist and Pulitzer Prize finalist is the subject of this showcase of political and social satire, on display through Nov. 23 at the Delray Beach Public Library (100 W. Atlantic Ave.)....