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  • Md. researchers joining major study on causes of autism

    Researchers at Johns Hopkins and the Kennedy Krieger Institute are joining in what is being called one of the largest studies to examine early causes of autism. Medical experts have been trying for years to unravel why children develop autism. Is it...
  • Kennedy suffers a seizure

    Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, hospitalized Saturday after apparently suffering a seizure at his home on Cape Cod, Mass., was awake and joking with family members later in the day, a spokeswoman said. The Democratic senator is undergoing tests at...
  • Carly Simon Reveals Identity of the Man Behind "You're So Vain"

    Carly Simon Reveals Identity of the Man Behind  "You're So Vain"
    One of pop music's most enduring mysteries can finally be put to rest. For nearly four decades, Carly Simon kept the identity of the subject of her hit song "You're So Vain," a secret, while fans speculated celebrities such as Warren Beatty, Mick...
  • Tyler Perry: Hollywood's new commander in chief?

    Last night, I was asked to speak at an evening program at a local temple. Since the topic was "Jews in Hollywood," I brought along a true Hollywood Jew, Sony Pictures' Amy Pascal, who spoke quite eloquently and insightfully about her faith and how it's...
  • Barbra Streisand Could Pull in the Big Bucks for Obama

     BEVERLY HILLS -- Barbra Streisand is poised to help Sen. Barack Obama bring in the big bucks tonight. Obama is hoping to set a single-day fundraising record today with appearances at two Beverly Hills events. Obama is scheduled to speak at a $28,500 per...
  • Alcohol and the Elderly

    Alcohol and the Elderly
    Seniors may help ward off dementia by indulging in a beer or a glass of wine daily, new studies suggest. But there's an important caveat: The findings apply to healthy people, not those with mild cognitive impairments or other chronic medical conditions....
  • Port of San Diego fires lobbyist over e-mails

    Port of San Diego fires lobbyist over e-mails
    A lobbyist who boasted in e-mails about "spoon feeding" a California coastal commissioner while attempting to secure his vote on a controversial project has been fired by the Port of San Diego. In a letter to Coastal Commission members Friday, Robert...
  • Exec lifts Kmart's stock into blue yonder

    June was a wheeling-and-dealing kind of month for Kmart Holding Corp. Chairman Edward Lampert. In two separate deals, his discount chain sold 78 stores to Sears, Roebuck and Co. and Home Depot Inc. for nearly $1 billion. Not a bad start to the summer...
  • A placebo, yes, but not harmless

    Every day on the front lines of medicine, doctors quietly weigh treatments. They consider which ones might help patients and which ones might harm them. And sometimes, rightly or wrongly, which ones might simply please or appease them. I'm a pleaser at...
  • The Hottest Property

    1880s Isaac Newton Van Nuys, entrepreneur and member of the homesteading Lankershim group, has built the San Fernando Valley's first wood-frame house, its curb appeal immediately driving up prices in an area of adobe structures. Van Nuys' house, which...
  • Rap mogul's alleged assault on rival jolts the industry

    He's the hottest executive in the music industry's fastest-growing segment. He pals around the Hamptons with the likes of Martha Stewart, Donald Trump and billionaire Ronald Perelman. Forbes magazine put him on its cover last month, proclaiming him one of...