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  • In Chicago, Biden predicts Giannoulias win

     
    by Mike Memoli Vice President Biden acknowledged today the symbolism that would come with Republican victories in the Senate races in Delaware and Illinois this fall, potentially taking the seats once held by President Obama and himself. But at least........
  • Abruzzo appointed to health care district board

     
    State Rep. Joseph Abruzzo, D-Wellington, was appointed Tuesday to the board of the Palm Beach County Health Care District. The seven-member board oversees the health care district. Among the health care district's activities are running Trauma Hawk air...
  • Dr. Charles Edwards dies at 87; led Scripps foundation

    Dr. Charles Edwards dies at 87; led Scripps foundation
    Dr. Charles Edwards, a major figure in public health issues as a federal official and later as president of the Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation in San Diego, died Aug. 7 at his home in La Jolla after a lengthy illness. He was 87. Edwards, the...
  • Ben Horowitz dies at 96; he helped City of Hope become world-renowned medical center

    Ben Horowitz dies at 96; he helped City of Hope become world-renowned medical center
    Ben Horowitz, who guided the City of Hope from a relatively small tuberculosis hospital to a world-renowned cancer and medical research center, has died. He was 96. Horowitz died Saturday of natural causes at his Los Angeles home, the center announced....
  • Teenage girl dies of suspected drug overdose after attending weekend rave at L.A. Coliseum [Updated]

     
    A 15-year-old girl has died of a suspected drug overdose after attending a rave over the weekend at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, a hospital official said Tuesday. The girl was one of two rave attendees who were in critical......
  • Blagojevich trial tape transcripts, text version

     
    Text versions of the available tape transcripts played Wednesday. Formatting glitches are the result of copying .pdf files as text: DATE: 11/05/2008 TIME: 11:06 A.M. ACTIVITY: Rod Blagojevich home line incoming call. SESSION: 281 SPEAKERS: BLAGOJEVICH:...
  • Animal lovers' calendar: Weekend of June 26-27 and beyond

     
    If you want to adopt a needy pet, help area rescue organizations or meet like-minded animal lovers in Southern California, the coming days and weeks are full of events sure to help. We've got the details on a number of......
  • County-USC's emergency room deemed 'dangerously overcrowded' [Updated]

     
    The emergency room at County-USC Medical Center was “dangerously overcrowded” for more than 10% of the month of May, according to a regular report submitted Tuesday to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. The overcrowding -- up from less......
  • ER doctors call for end to raves at L.A. Coliseum after scores fall ill, most from drug use

     
    Several emergency room physicians Monday called for an end to raves at the Los Angeles Coliseum and Exposition Park after a massive weekend event sent scores of teenagers and young adults to hospitals, mostly for drug intoxication. At least two......
  • HHS launches Healthcare.gov

     
    by Jennifer Martinez The Obama administration has launched a new website that's aimed at taking the guesswork out of finding a health care plan. Called HealthCare.gov, the site is dedicated to helping people navigate their health insurance options and...
  • Obama forced to confront immigration challenge in speech

     
    From wire services Washington — Immigration reform has been something of an albatross around the necks of politicians for years. The lack of a comprehensive federal policy has not only angered those in Congress, but the public as well. And with...