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  • Russian takeover of Crimea 'is not a done deal,' U.S. official says

    WASHINGTON -- The United States would not recognize a referendum by Crimea to leave Ukraine, and a shift of that region to Russia “is not a done deal,” a top Obama administration official said Sunday. “If there is a referendum and it...
  • Hollywood Vendors Rally for Improved Tax Credits

    Show business vendors have rallied in the San Fernando Valley in the middle of a warm weekend with promises to support legislation to sweeten California's film tax credit program. Organizers said more than 600 attendees came to the rally at prop house...
  • Armenian descendants take steps toward the homeland

    Armenian descendants take steps toward the homeland
    Sevan Kabakian moved with his wife and children, who were all born in Glendale, to Armenia with a plan. The couple knew where they’d enroll their three children in school. They knew Kabakian would have a job — working for Birthright Armenia,...
  • Palm Springs Film Fest to Screen 45 Foreign Language Oscar Entries

    The Palm Springs Film Festival has announced the 45 foreign language Oscar submissions in the Awards section, a new program on Canadian cinema and the Modern Masters films. The foreign language submissions that will compete for the FIPRESCI Award...
  • 'In Bloom' Wins Tokyo Filmex Grand Prix

    TOKYO -- "In Bloom," a coming-of-age drama by Georgian director Nana Ekvtimishvili and British director Simon Grosss, was awarded the Grand Prize at the closing ceremony of the 15th Tokyo Filmex fest, held Nov. 23-Dec. 1 in Tokyo. The pic, which...
  • Ukraine halts eastward expansion of NATO

    PARIS -- Russia's relations with the Western countries are troubled and dangerous in the Ukraine dispute, and an important opportunity may be lost. Russian President Vladimir Putin has recently made a spectacular return to great power politics in the...
  • Los Angeles police search to be reviewed by Supreme Court

    Los Angeles police search to be reviewed by Supreme Court
    WASHINGTON -- A 2009 police search of a Los Angeles gang member's home will be examined Wednesday by the Supreme Court in a case that could further define Americans' 4th Amendment protections. The case of Walter Fernandez vs. California is the latest...
  • Teaching couple shares an education in fine wine

    Teaching couple shares an education in fine wine
    Terry Sullivan sometimes finds himself absentmindedly swirling a glass of juice or water as if it were a glass of fine wine when dining with friends or family members. "That's when you know you can't turn it off," he said, referring to his passion for...
  • Presidential election in France reveals plenty of jaded voters

    PARIS -- In France's presidential election, which takes place on April 22 and May 6, the incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy is running far behind his challenger, Francois Hollande, in a contest that has more to do with personal character than issues. Sarkozy has...
  • Busan Film Review: 'Nagima'

    Heartrending is too mild a word to describe "Nagima," an unblinking look at the vulnerable social position of single women in Kazakhstan. Working in a style that recalls the lucid observation and technical precision of Romanian cinema, but adding a strain...
  • Scientists rethink humans' family tree

    Scientists rethink humans' family tree
    In the humid foothills of the Caucasus Mountains, deep within a carnivore's bloody lair, an early human ancestor fought a life-or-death struggle, and lost. He had entered the den on a scavenging mission, possibly with several others. Their plan: Use a...