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  • Confusion over doctor lists is costly for Obamacare enrollees in state

    Confusion over doctor lists is costly for Obamacare enrollees in state
    Frustration and legal challenges over the network of doctors and hospitals for Obamacare patients have marred an otherwise successful rollout of the federal healthcare law in California. Limiting the number of medical providers was part of an effort...
  • Paul Mazursky dies at 84; director chronicled trends of '60s and '70s

    Paul Mazursky dies at 84; director chronicled trends of '60s and '70s
    Paul Mazursky, the Oscar-nominated writer-director who excelled at mining the urban middle class for laughs as well as tears in such movies as "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice," "Blume in Love," "An Unmarried Woman" and "Down and Out in Beverly Hills," died...
  • For the record

    Donald Sterling: In the June 4 Sports section, an article about Clippers owner Donald Sterling's efforts to repair his reputation said that Sterling saw neurologists at UCLA Medical Center and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on May 22, according to his...
  • SEIU vows to boost criticism of hospitals resisting partnership

    SEIU vows to boost criticism of hospitals resisting partnership
    Shortly after reaching a truce with much of the hospital industry last month, California's largest healthcare union vowed to step up its criticism of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and two hospital chains that balked at the agreement. On an internal...
  • Driver kept going after hitting 3 girls in North Hollywood, CHP says

    Driver kept going after hitting 3 girls in North Hollywood, CHP says
    Three 14-year-old girls were walking back to their North Hollywood school Wednesday when they were struck by a driver who didn't stop after he hit them, a CHP official said.  The girls, reportedly students at Oakwood School, were walking back to the...
  • Fight over Clippers sale to center on Donald Sterling's mental state

    Fight over Clippers sale to center on Donald Sterling's mental state
    Donald Sterling's battle to maintain control of the Clippers and restore his shattered reputation will focus, in part, on how well he can count and spell backward and put numbers in the right order on a drawing of a clock. Sterling's difficulties in...
  • Anthem's Obamacare rates to increase less than 10% in California

    Anthem's Obamacare rates to increase less than 10% in California
    In the strongest indication yet where Obamacare rates are headed, industry giant Anthem Blue Cross said its California premiums for individual coverage will increase less than 10% on average next year. Health insurance rates in California during the...
  • [UPDATED] French Garden and Jerry's Deli close; Carson House opens; DBGB to Vegas

    [UPDATED] French Garden and Jerry's Deli close; Carson House opens; DBGB to Vegas
    This week, a downtown favorite shut its doors, a famous deli decided to close up shop and move on, and an L.A. chef brought his love of frozen treats to Sin City. Here's a look at the latest restaurant news out of Los Angeles and beyond. French Garden,...
  • Lewis Yocum dies at 65; Angels team doctor

    Lewis Yocum dies at 65; Angels team doctor
    Dr. Lewis Yocum, the longtime Angels team physician and nationally renowned orthopedic surgeon who saved or extended the careers of hundreds of major league baseball players, died Saturday after quietly battling liver cancer. He was 65. Yocum, who was...
  • Hal David dies at 91; songwriting partner of Burt Bacharach

    Hal David dies at 91; songwriting partner of Burt Bacharach
    Hal David, the renowned pop music lyricist whose prolific collaboration with composer Burt Bacharach produced a wealth of enduringly memorable hits in the 1960s and early '70s, including "Walk On By," "What the World Needs Now Is Love" and the Oscar-...
  • Intoxicated ER patients see fewer potentially fatal problems

    Intoxicated ER patients see fewer potentially fatal problems
    Although drinking too much alcohol impairs judgment and motor skills, intoxicated trauma-center patients also appear to be less likely to have potentially fatal problems such as heart and renal failure, a statistical study by a University of Illinois at...