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  • Louis B. Fleming dies at 85; one of Los Angeles Times' first foreign correspondents

    Louis B. Fleming dies at 85; one of Los Angeles Times' first foreign correspondents
    Louis B. Fleming, who was one of The Times' first foreign correspondents and established bureaus for the newspaper at the United Nations and in Rome, died Sunday at his Pasadena home after a brief illness, said a daughter, Leni Fleming. He was 85. He...
  • Opportunities at RedEye

    Thanks for your interest in RedEye. Here are the opportunities we have available. Because of the high volume of inquiries we receive about job/freelance/internship opportunities, we can only respond to finalists. FULL-TIME POSITIONS Designer  ...
  • Pilot staff honored with L.A. Times awards

    Pilot staff honored with L.A. Times awards
    Three members of the Daily Pilot staff received Los Angeles Times Editorial Awards on Thursday evening. Features Editor Michael Miller, news reporter Bradley Zint and photographer Kevin Chang were honored for work produced in 2013 during a ceremony in...
  • Fashionable reading list

    Fashionable reading list
    Fashion, beauty and business are part of the summer reading plan, thanks to some new books published this spring. Visit the glamourous world of Juicy Couture, get advice from the original Nasty Gal, learn beauty secrets from a pro or be inspired by the...
  • Steven Scheuer, innovative critic during TV's golden age, dies at 88

    Steven Scheuer, innovative critic during TV's golden age, dies at 88
    The golden age of live television in the 1950s was problematic for TV critics: By the time they wrote about a live show, it had come and gone. But a young assistant director, Steven Scheuer, came up with a way to get reviews in print before the shows...
  • Ambush leaves 2 Vegas officers and Wal-Mart shopper dead; suspects also dead

    Five people were dead Sunday after a man and a woman ambushed two police officers at a Las Vegas pizzeria and then stormed a nearby Wal-Mart, where police said they killed themselves after a gun battle with officers. An unidentified woman, described...
  • Layoffs expected at financially troubled O.C. Register

    Layoffs expected at financially troubled O.C. Register
    Layoffs are expected at the Orange County Register six days after its parent company announced cost cuts, including buyouts, immediate furloughs and the merging of newly launched newspapers in Long Beach and Los Angeles. Several staffers already have...
  • Time Stock Falls Following Spin-Off From Time Warner

    Wall Street likes a leaner Time Warner, but it's feeling a lot less charitable about the publishing business. The entertainment company's stock rose 0.65% on Monday to $68.58, following the spin-off of its Time Inc. magazine properties. The new...
  • HGTV takes 'House Hunters' to Baltimore on Wednesday

    HGTV takes 'House Hunters' to Baltimore on Wednesday
    Buying a house is a stressful experience on its own, but a couple moving to Baltimore will soon experience America watching their journey. The Baltimore Business Journal reported that on Wednesday, HGTV’s uber-popular real estate show “House...
  • Dozens at O.C. Register apply for buyouts as layoffs at newspaper loom

    Dozens at O.C. Register apply for buyouts as layoffs at newspaper loom
    Dozens of veteran journalists have applied for voluntary buyouts at the Orange County Register, and those who haven't are bracing for layoffs in the latest sign that the daily paper's expansion is faltering. Register owner Aaron Kushner told a somber...
  • Cruel summer for Warner Bros. Chase Carey signs new deal at Fox.

    Cruel summer for Warner Bros. Chase Carey signs new deal at Fox.
    After the coffee. Before hoping Dunkin' Donuts steers clear of my area. The Skinny: I know I'm the only one who dreads the arrival of Dunkin' Donuts, but if you saw your New York neighborhood overrun with franchises (three stores between 95th Street and...