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  • May Day in New York: Protesting just about everything

    May Day in New York: Protesting just about everything
    NEW YORK -- There are many things to protest against in the world, and people rallying against a fair number of them took to one of New York’s iconic squares on May Day as part of nationwide rallies in celebration of the traditional workers holiday....
  • Sen. Elizabeth Warren wants student loans to get Fed discount rate

    Sen. Elizabeth Warren wants student loans to get Fed discount rate
    WASHINGTON -- Students taking out government loans to help pay for college should pay the same rock-bottom interest rate that the Federal Reserve charges big banks, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) proposed Wednesday. With the interest rate on federal...
  • Orlando Fringe review: 'Occupy This! Tales of an Accidental Activist'

    Orlando Fringe review: 'Occupy This! Tales of an Accidental Activist'
    If you've seen Tommy "Rev. Nuge" Nugent in his previous shows "Preacherman" or "Burning Man and the Rev. Nuge," it will come as no surprise to learn that the laid-back philosopher has some kindred spirits within the Occupy Wall Street movement - but it...
  • Review: "The Unwinding" by George Packer

    Review: "The Unwinding" by George Packer
    The New America of George Packer's ambitious history, "The Unwinding," is a morally compromised patchwork of failed institutions, Ponzi schemes, bankruptcies, foreclosures, ignorance and fear. But it is also a country where idealism still exists, and...
  • Out of the Blue: Stand up against Monsanto

    If you believe you have a right to know what you put in your body, join us at 11 a.m. Saturday at Main Beach for the March Against Monsanto. If you believe our Aliso Beach fire pits are a sacred right to enjoy a bonfire at the beach, let your local...
  • Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'The Hobbit'

    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 13 - 19, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     -------------------- SERIES Cedar Cove It's Christmas, and while...
  • 'The Daily Show': Brit John Oliver temps at a late-night desk job

    Somewhere in South London, there's a storage unit that's a veritable time capsule of John Oliver's life, circa 2006. That's when, as a young comedian on the rise in the U.K., he got a call from "The Daily Show." He landed in New York on a Sunday and...
  • San Diego jury finds protester not guilty in chalk-vandalism case

    San Diego jury finds protester not guilty in chalk-vandalism case
    SAN DIEGO -- A jury Monday acquitted a 40-year-old man of all charges connected with writing protest messages in chalk on the sidewalk outside branches of the Bank of America. The case has exacerbated the already tense relationship between Mayor Bob...
  • Jeff Daniels on 'Newsroom' season 2: 'We know what we're doing now'

    Aaron Sorkin is taking in the last bit of quiet. The second season of "The Newsroom" premieres Sunday and, if last season is any indication, it's sure to generate a bit of chatter. The workplace drama, about a prickly newscaster (Jeff Daniels) and his...
  • Review: A return to a more likable 'Newsroom' on HBO

    Review: A return to a more likable 'Newsroom' on HBO
    Like many of his characters, Aaron Sorkin has a thick-skinned, tough-talking, "that large rectangle to your left is the door" attitude toward public opinion. It was very much in evidence last year when the reaction to his high-wattage HBO drama "The...
  • 'The Newsroom' recap: Meltdown after investigative story goes south

    'The Newsroom' recap: Meltdown after investigative story goes south
    “News Night” staffers believed they had uncovered a scandal of Watergate proportions – the kind that “makes careers and ends presidencies.” But instead of winning a Peabody Award for journalism excellence, the military...