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  • Terrorist? Neo-Nazi metal rocker Varg Vikernes arrested as precaution

    Terrorist? Neo-Nazi metal rocker Varg Vikernes arrested as precaution
    More details emerged Wednesday concerning the case of a Norwegian "black metal" musician and neo-Nazi arrested on suspicion of planning a "a large terrorist act." French authorities arrested Varg Vikernes and his wife Tuesday at a home near Salon-la-...
  • Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone indicted in bribery case

    Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone indicted in bribery case
    Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone was indicted by German prosecutors on bribery charges, raising questions about his continued leadership of the international racing series, according to media reports Wednesday. The indictment was not unexpected....
  • Perhaps 'Green Parking' Isn't An Oxymoron

    When I first heard the term "green parking," I assumed it was greenwash, pretend environmentalism. I was certain it was an oxymoron; I filed it with "urban renewal project," "Long Island Expressway," "halftime entertainment," "Rell administration," and...
  • Emmy loves Netflix! Shake-up at Turner. Comic-Con time.

    Emmy loves Netflix! Shake-up at Turner. Comic-Con time.
    After the coffee. Before avoiding the onslaught of Comic-Con tweets. The Skinny: Really hard getting motivated this morning. I keep getting distracted by all the Emmy coverage and being amused by reporters trying to top each other with arcane tweets...
  • Claire Messud discusses 'The Woman Upstairs'

    Claire Messud discusses 'The Woman Upstairs'
    Claire Messud is known as something of an intellectual among literary novelists, with a cool, quietly probing tone from her first book, "When the World Was Steady" (1995) to her best-selling "The Emperor's Children" (2006). Her bracing and vehement new...
  • Delaney charts his own path

    Delaney charts his own path
    Something unusual happened when the controversy over the nation's health care law erupted again on the floor of the House of Representatives this month: A Maryland Democrat voted with Republicans. Rep. John Delaney, the state's newest member of Congress,...
  • Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'Being Human'

    Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'Being Human'
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of July 21 - 27, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     --------------------   SERIES Being Human In this new episode...
  • Apple testing larger screens for iPhone and iPad, report says

    Apple testing larger screens for iPhone and iPad, report says
    Apple is reportedly testing larger screens for its iPhone and iPad devices, looking perhaps to follow rival Samsung's strategy. The Cupertino mobile device maker is working with its suppliers to test iPhones with screens larger than 4 inches and an iPad...
  • Samsung's own developer conference: A move to rely less on Google?

    Samsung's own developer conference: A move to rely less on Google?
    Samsung announced it will hold its own developers conference this fall, perhaps signaling that the South Korean giant is seeking to reduce its reliance on Google. The conference was announced with a teaser website that says it will take place Oct. 27...
  • Sotelo departure upsets fans. NBC drives off with NASCAR.

    Sotelo departure upsets fans. NBC drives off with NASCAR.
    After the coffee. Before changing my name to Carlos Danger. The Skinny: I can't wait for the final episodes of "Breaking Bad." Wednesday's headlines include a big NASCAR deal for NBC and reaction to the departure of Univision radio personality Eddie...
  • Lance Armstrong, the personification of chutzpah

    There’s nerviness -- that was Lance Armstrong denying for years that he had engaged in doping, aggressively insisting that the public and his sponsors should trust his word over whatever some of his colleagues in the sport were saying about him....