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  • Orioles trade for veteran slugger Jim Thome

    Orioles trade for veteran slugger Jim Thome
    During the seventh-inning stretch of an otherwise brutal Orioles' beating on Saturday, the video scoreboard at Camden Yards flashed a message that drew a thunderous roar from the announced crowd of 35,335. The Orioles had just traded two minor leaguers...
  • With heavy police presence, Sailabration unmarred by violence

    With heavy police presence, Sailabration unmarred by violence
    Mingled throughout the thousands of visitors who flocked to the city this past weekend for the Star-Spangled Sailabration's ships, cannons and jet fly-bys was a small army of police officers and emergency responders. Other local, state and federal law...
  • Fight club reawakens and channels veterans' warrior spirit

    Fight club reawakens and channels veterans' warrior spirit
    SAN DIEGO — Todd Vance — Iraq combat veteran, bar bouncer, and social-work major at a local university — is lecturing two dozen of his fellow veterans on the techniques and joys of the chokehold. "You want the blade of your forearm on...
  • L.A. County coroner changes Natalie Wood's cause of death

    L.A. County coroner changes Natalie Wood's cause of death
    Through three decades of fevered tabloid speculation and whispers of a deeper story, the official account never changed: Natalie Wood drowned accidentally. The 43-year-old star of "West Side Story," who couldn't swim, had been drinking the night before...
  • Sheriff Baca is out of time and excuses

    Sheriff Baca is out of time and excuses
    Sheriff Lee Baca said this week that he's ready to shoulder the blame for years of unchecked deputy-on-inmate violence in Los Angeles County jails. And he promised to carry out all the reforms outlined in a scathing jail report by an investigative...
  • Orioles notes: Avery called up as Nick Johnson goes on DL

    Orioles notes: Avery called up as Nick Johnson goes on DL
    Finally, the Orioles have another outfielder in the outfield. On Thursday, the club promoted Xavier Avery from Triple-A Norfolk when first baseman Nick Johnson was placed on the disabled list with a strained right wrist. Avery, who hit .217 in a 15-game...
  • Sheriff's officials probe exchange of photos of bloodied faces

    After a violent confrontation with a teenage suspect, a Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy took a photo of the man's bloodied face and texted it to Sgt. Eric Gonzalez, a friend who worked at Men's Central Jail. A few hours later, Gonzalez responded...
  • George McGovern dies at 90; liberal standard-bearer against Nixon in '72

    George S. McGovern, an icon of American liberalism who campaigned for the White House with moral fervor against President Richard M. Nixon and the Vietnam War but lost in a thundering landslide, has died. He was 90. McGovern died Sunday morning while...
  • America under attack by right-wing terrorists

    Can we finally say the thing we have not said so far? Last week, a white supremacist shot up a Sikh temple near Milwaukee, killing six people and wounding three. It is considered likely that the shooter mistook the Sikhs, whose men wear beards and...
  • Exclusive: Lil Wayne says Kobe Bryant inspires him in life [Video]

    Exclusive: Lil Wayne says Kobe Bryant inspires him in life [Video]
    Lil Wayne was sitting courtside at a recent Lakers playoff game, cheering on his favorite player, Kobe Bryant, whom the rapper says has inspired much more than just his music. "He's inspired not only songs, but he's inspired me in life in general just...
  • Johnny Manziel is muzzled, but college coaches prattle on

    Texas A&M won't let Johnny Manziel talk to the media this year because it has a policy against freshmen doing interviews. The fear is that these young Aggies, even redshirts like Manziel, might say something immature or inappropriate. Manziel led the...