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  • Some still just say 'no' as Alabama tries to adhere to same-sex ruling

    Some still just say 'no' as Alabama tries to adhere to same-sex ruling
    Five days after the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark ruling on same-sex marriage, a federal judge for the Southern District of Alabama on Wednesday clarified that such couples should be granted licenses to marry. But neither judicial action cuts much ice...
  • Candace Bushnell, Bob Morris Among Authors Headlining Book Talks

    Candace Bushnell, Bob Morris Among Authors Headlining Book Talks
    The authors of a poignant memoir, a comic novel that spoofs celebrity worship, the newest in a series about a food writer who solves mysteries and a novel about country club society in Connecticut will give free talks at R.J. Julia Booksellers, 768 Boston...
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger embraces his aging Terminator as 'Genisys' is set for action

    Arnold Schwarzenegger embraces his aging Terminator as 'Genisys' is set for action
    "Old, but not obsolete." That's the refrain a graying, creaky Arnold Schwarzenegger repeats throughout the new "Terminator" film, attempting to reassure his comrades that, though his machinery has aged, he can still get the job done. The 67-year-old...
  • L.A.'s broken sidewalks: Residents say city, not homeowners, should maintain

    L.A.'s broken sidewalks: Residents say city, not homeowners, should maintain
    The broken sidewalks around Margaret Peters' South Los Angeles home got her involved in volunteer work. "It has been a go-to issue for me," said Peters, treasurer of the Southwest Area Neighborhood Development Council. "The No. 1 complaint in my...
  • USC Now morning report: Season opener against Arkansas State

    USC Now morning report: Season opener against Arkansas State
    Fact of the day: USC opens the 2015 season on Sept. 5, in 67 days, against nonconference opponent Arkansas State at the Coliseum. In The Times: Counting scholarships in USC's 2016 recruiting class Questions or comments about USC? Email me at...
  • Top 10 roller coasters at Virginia's Kings Dominion

    Top 10 roller coasters at Virginia's Kings Dominion
    When I was growing up in Virginia in the 1980s, Kings Dominion offered me some of my first and most memorable roller coaster experiences -- from Grizzly’s rumbling ride through the woods, to Rebel Yell’s head-to-head duel, to the forward and...
  • Jack Disney dies at 80; Los Angeles sports journalist and racing publicist

    Jack Disney dies at 80; Los Angeles sports journalist and racing publicist
    Jack Disney wrote about pro baseball before Los Angeles had a major league team. He covered the Lakers when they moved here from Minneapolis and, he told people, might have been responsible for USC keeping legendary football coach John McKay. Disney,...
  • Chesterton man hails Marine Corps for instilling discipline

    Bob Bergren saw some horrific things during his tour in the Korean War, but the sight of a Chinese soldier aflame as Marines filed past on the road from the Chosin Reservoir siege haunts him most. "I can see him yet to this day," Bergren recalled. "He...
  • Woman with area ties wins over judges on 'America's Got Talent'

    Woman with area ties wins over judges on 'America's Got Talent'
    A Massachusetts woman who has family members in the Panther Valley in Carbon and Schuylkill counties and who once worked as a waitress in the area won over the judges on an early round of NBC-TV’s “America’s Got Talent” on...
  • LAX unveils public art by Ball-Nogues, Mark Bradford and Pae White

    LAX unveils public art by Ball-Nogues, Mark Bradford and Pae White
    The Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX debuted this week three new public art commissions designed to greet departing and arriving passengers and provide a measure of calm and reflection amid the chaos of air travel. The artists involved all have...
  • China's new national security law covers everything from space to cults

    China's new national security law covers everything from space to cults
    China’s top legislature on Wednesday adopted a sweeping new national security law touching on everything from the military and economy to the environment, religion, the Internet, food safety and space exploration, saying the country needed to...