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  • Airport lends helping hand during holidays

    Staff and tenants at the Bob Hope Airport got into the giving spirit during the holiday season, raising funds and collecting donations for various organizations in the area. Together, the airfield’s Holiday Charity Committee, fire department and...
  • Leno: Too old to flirt with models, not too old for comedy

    Leno: Too old to flirt with models, not too old for comedy
    There is such a thing as being too old to host "The Tonight Show," Jay Leno concedes. "You know, when you're 40 and you're talking to a 25-year-old supermodel, it's sexy. When you're 64 and you're talking to the supermodel, you're the creepy old guy,"...
  • Analysis: It's not easy being a presidential candidate with an M.D.

    WASHINGTON Rand Paul is looking to run the most serious presidential campaign ever by a physician, but in the early going his medical degree is proving more of a complication than a benefit. Just this week, the Kentucky senator's presumed expertise as...
  • Disney says measles outbreak not hurting attendance at parks and resorts

    Walt Disney Co. CEO Bob Iger says the measles outbreak is having no discernible impact on attendance at its parks and resorts. In an interview with CNBC on Tuesday, Iger says in the current quarter both attendance and bookings are higher than at the same...
  • Disney's 1Q tops estimates on strong revenue from TV shows, parks as it laps 'Frozen' release

    Disney might be lapping the hugely successful theatrical release of "Frozen," but magic lives on in its media networks and parks and resorts. Revenue from Disney parks and resorts rose 9 percent to $3.9 billion in the last three months of 2014, as more...
  • Westminster Dog Show contestants are the best of the best

    Westminster Dog Show contestants are the best of the best
    Every dog may have its day, but only one can win Best in Show at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, coming up Monday-Tuesday, Feb.16-17, at New York's Madison Square Garden. All dogs competing in the prestigious show have earned the title of Champion...
  • Disney parks' attendance up 7%; review of 'Magic Band' positive

    If you have visited a Disney park in the last few months, you may have noticed that the crowds have been bigger and the lines to the attractions longer. It's not your imagination. Walt Disney Co. reported that domestic park attendance rose 7% in the...
  • Geraldo Rivera on Joan Rivers, 'Celebrity Apprentice' and his 'holy grail'

    A television personality for more than 40 years, Geraldo Rivera has been an investigative reporter, a war correspondent and a talk show host. The 71-year-old can now be seen on NBC's "Celebrity Apprentice," airing at 8 p.m. Mondays. The son of a Puerto...
  • GOP 2016 primary field gets case of indigestion over measles vaccine

    GOP 2016 primary field gets case of indigestion over measles vaccine
    Thanks to a thoughtless equivocation by an American governor visiting Britain, the measles vaccine has become the first important controversy of the 2016 Republican presidential primary. As with other long-settled issues that unexpectedly pop up to bite...
  • Failing to vaccinate kids called irresponsible by White House

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration said it would be irresponsible for parents not to vaccinate kids, and that new legislation isn't needed to force compliance. White House press secretary Josh Earnest made the comments as a U.S. measles outbreak has...
  • Rand Paul links vaccines to 'mental disorders'; Christie argues for 'choice'

    Rand Paul links vaccines to 'mental disorders'; Christie argues for 'choice'
    Two leading Republican presidential hopefuls waded into the argument over childhood vaccinations Monday, with Sen. Rand Paul declaring that he had heard of "many tragic cases" of children suffering harm after receiving shots and Gov. Chris Christie saying...