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  • Doctor with revoked license continues to sell unproven stem cell treatments

    Last fall, two decades after Malibu psychiatrist William Rader began selling unproven stem cell treatments to desperate patients with incurable conditions, California authorities permanently revoked his medical license for negligence, false or misleading advertising and professional misconduct.
  • Bea Arthur took 'Maude' out of 'Family's' shadow

     Bea Arthur took 'Maude' out of 'Family's' shadow
    "Cousin Maude's Visit," the Dec. 11, 1971, episode of the groundbreaking CBS comedy series "All in the Family," introduced TV audiences to the unforgettable Maude Findlay, the outspoken, liberal and feminist cousin of Edith (Jean Stapleton) who took no...

    Robin Thicke gives up home in Hollywood Hills

    Robin Thicke gives up home in Hollywood Hills
    Singer-songwriter Robin Thicke has sold a house in Hollywood Hills for $4.9 million. The property had come on the market last summer at $2.985 million. Located in the celebrity-popular Bird Streets area, the two-story home features living and family...

    Classic TV shows get new life on digital airwaves

    Classic TV shows get new life on digital airwaves
    When cable TV was growing in the 1980s and '90s, many of its programs were past hits from the lineups of ABC, CBS and NBC. "The Andy Griffith Show" was the top show on Turner Broadcasting's TBS. Viacom made classic TV a big business by packaging...

    'Trixie' is the last of 'The Honeymooners'

    From "I Love Lucy" and "All in the Family" to "Married with Children" and "Seinfeld," structuring a sitcom around four lead characters often proved a successful formula. "It was the perfect format for 'The Honeymooners,'" said Joyce Randolph, who...