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  • Wednesday morning talkers: Ron Paul won't seek re-election to Congress

    On¬†weekday mornings, I'll post the most controversial, shocking and (of course) ridiculous stories for your reading pleasure. That way, when you walk into work, you'll be the master of witty conversation. Articles • One less independent thinker...
  • Rethinking addiction: Expanding treatment isn't enough

    Rethinking addiction: Expanding treatment isn't enough
    A report last week that the University of Maryland Medical Center is one of 10 hospitals across the country this year that will begin offering new residency programs in addiction medicine is welcome news for Baltimore, which for decades has suffered...
  • Remembering Betty Ford: Video Reports

  • Fish Fry is a tradition unlike any other in Costa Mesa

    Fish Fry is a tradition unlike any other in Costa Mesa
    Rollo McClellan, 92, is looking forward to the fish fry next weekend like it was his first. The first Costa Mesa Newport Harbor Lions Club Fish Fry was in 1945, and McClellan hasn't missed one since. Well, he had to cut out a day early once to go take a...
  • Tracy Letts plays his part in illuminating Edward Albee's 'Woolf'

    NEW YORK — Tracy Letts has his hands full these days writing plays and preparing for the release of the movie version of his Pulitzer-Prize-winning drama, "August: Osage County." But he's added another formidable task to his agenda: elucidating...
  • Legal drugs, deadly outcomes

    Legal drugs, deadly outcomes
    Terry Smith collapsed face-down in a pool of his own vomit. Lynn Blunt snored loudly as her lungs slowly filled with fluid. Summer Ann Burdette was midway through a pear when she stopped breathing. Larry Carmichael knocked over a lamp as he fell...
  • Dorothy Townsend dies at 88; L.A. Times reporter broke newsroom barrier

    Dorothy Townsend dies at 88; L.A. Times reporter broke newsroom barrier
    The only woman in a sea of men in suits, Dorothy Townsend can't help but stand out in the official photograph of the Los Angeles Times team that won a Pulitzer Prize in 1966 for coverage of the Watts riots. The picture also inadvertently documents...
  • President Ford's Rancho Mirage home sells for $1.675 million

    President Ford's Rancho Mirage home sells for $1.675 million
    The Rancho Mirage estate of the late President Gerald Ford and Betty Ford has sold for $1.675 million. The buyers are entertainment business manager John McIlwee and Dreamworks Animation executive Bill Damaschke, who announced their intentions to...
  • Actor Harrison Ford lists Brentwood compound at $8.295 million

    Actor Harrison Ford lists Brentwood compound at $8.295 million
    Actor Harrison Ford has listed his compound in Brentwood for $8.295 million. The Colonial Revival-style house, designed by Gerard Colcord and built in 1951, is set off the street at the end of a long gated driveway. On more than three-quarters of an acre...
  • How celebrity florist David Jones' career blossomed

    The gig: David Jones, who owns a floral studio bearing his name in West Hollywood, has counted some of the world's most powerful people among his clients. From humble beginnings growing up in the Midwest, the florist has traveled the world —...