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  • Ray Rice, wife and lawyer to meet with NFL, NFLPA investigators, sources say

    Ray Rice, wife and lawyer to meet with NFL, NFLPA investigators, sources say
    INDIANAPOLIS -- Former Ravens running back Ray Rice, his wife, Janay, and his defense attorney, Michael Diamondstein, will meet with both NFL investigator Robert Mueller III and NFL Players Association investigator Richard Craig Smith, according to...
  • Jennifer Lawrence: 'Sex crime' victim or in need of a reality check?

    Jennifer Lawrence: 'Sex crime' victim or in need of a reality check?
    Jennifer Lawrence finally broke her silence on the photo hack that revealed private and nude photos of the young actress over Labor Day weekend. "It is not a scandal," she said of the hack in an interview with Vanity Fair. "It is a sex crime. It is a...
  • Film Review: 'The Pact 2'

    Following up a 2012 indie original that was a modest sleeper (especially in the U.K.), "The Pact 2" simply stretches out rather than elaborating on its predecessor's already thin premise, creating holes that are poorly patched over with false scares and...
  • Terrorism trial delayed from next month to summer 2015

    Terrorism trial delayed from next month to summer 2015
    The terrorism trial of a suburban man accused of attempting to detonate a car bomb outside a Loop bar has been postponed until next summer. Adel Daoud had been set to go on trial next month in a case that has been closely watched by critics of U.S....
  • Restore discipline and high standards

    Clearly discipline has been lax within the Secret Service, and there are systemic culture problems — machismo, boys will be boys, and condoning misbehavior of colleagues. The agents' jobs allow them to take liberties at times, and they may feel...
  • What the Free Speech Movement wrought -- it may surprise you

    What the Free Speech Movement wrought -- it may surprise you
    As a crowd gathered on Sproul Plaza to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Free Speech Movement, I noticed some kids hanging cutouts of blue Twitter birds from an old oak tree in front of Sproul Hall, the UC Berkeley administration building....
  • In attack on encryption, FBI director ignores those who need protection

    In attack on encryption, FBI director ignores those who need protection
    The leaks of celebrity photos stored on iCloud or exchanged via Snapchat have focused the public's attention on how insecure their data are. And yet FBI Director James Comey is trying to persuade us that we face the opposite risk: The personal data on...
  • Slain detective fought Tampa's mob

    Slain detective fought Tampa's mob
    TAMPA - Ken Larsen knew what had happened as soon as he heard the voice on the other end of the line. The words didn't matter. A Tampa police detective, Larsen was ringing Richard Cloud, who had just recently been fired as head of the police narcotics...
  • Saturday TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'A Warden's Ransom'

    Saturday TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'A Warden's Ransom'
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 12 - 18, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies --------------------   SERIES Doctor Who The Doctor (Peter Capaldi)...
  • Chicago man convicted of illegally lobbying for Zimbabwe

    Chicago man convicted of illegally lobbying for Zimbabwe
    A South Side man was convicted Friday on one of three counts accusing him of illegally lobbying on behalf of top Zimbabwe government officials in violation of U.S. economic sanctions. C. Gregory Turner, 72, sat calmly with his hands folded on the...
  • 2014 Chicago homicides on decline, but shootings on rise

    2014 Chicago homicides on decline, but shootings on rise
    Homicides continue to drop in Chicago, to the lowest levels since the 1960s, but shootings remain stubbornly higher, with the numbers of incidents and victims both on the rise at the nine-month mark of 2014, according to statistics released Wednesday by...