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  • Current chums Obama and Karzai in joint statement

     
    Full text of the two presidents' joint statement in which we learn little new and nothing is said about the ongoing frictions between the two allies....
  • Critic's Notebook: Jorge Mester says goodbye to Pasadena Symphony

     
    William Foster Apthorp, a music critic in Boston a century ago, memorably said of the ending of music’s most famous Fifth Symphony that “Beethoven seems absolutely unable to make up his mind to stop, and keeps hammering away ... in......
  • Almay taps Kate Hudson as its newest brand ambassador

     
    Kate Hudson can add "campaign model" to her resume. The actress has been tapped by drugstore cosmetics brand Almay as its newest brand ambassador. In her role as the new face of Almay (which is owned by Revlon Inc.), Hudson......
  • The Morning Fix: Fox is feeling gleeful! NBC tries to put on happy face. Icahn and Lions Gate talk peace accord. Sheen gets a new deal

     
    After the coffee. Before sneaking into an upfront rehearsal. Singing for their supper. Fox Broadcasting is putting a heavy load on "Glee," its surprise musical hit. Not only is the network moving the show to 8 p.m. Tuesday in the......
  • Salam Al-Marayati: The translator

    Salam Al-Marayati: The translator
    Salam Al-Marayati began working at the Muslim Public Affairs Council more than 20 years ago, and his is a job that only seems to get more demanding Al-Marayati was 3 when his family moved to the United States from Iraq; as the president of the L.A.-based...
  • Doyle McManus: The GOP's Libya dilemma

    Doyle McManus: The GOP's Libya dilemma
    Republican presidential hopefuls have been scrambling to figure out the right vocabulary for denouncing President Obama's decision to launch U.S. planes and ships into action against Libya's Moammar Kadafi. Because Obama made the decision, they know...
  • Brazil's president triumphant in Iran nuclear deal

     
    But is Lula really just looking out for himself? As one historian tells Al Jazeera, the Brazilian president is frank about his goals to one day be named to a high-profile international position, such as U.N. Secretary-General. The deal he helped broker...
  • Beyonce to sing at White House dinner

     
    It's her Destiny to perform at tonight's dinner: Beyonce at the Grammy Awards in January. (LA Times/Jay Clendenin) by Katherine Skiba And the prize goes to: Beyonce. The Grammy award-winning superstar will perform Wednesday night on the South Lawn......
  • Jerry Brown asks Supreme Court to take up appeal in Norton Simon Museum case

     
    Jerry Brown, California Atty. Gen. and gubernatorial candidate, has filed a legal brief with the United States Supreme Court that sets him against Pasadena’s Norton Simon Museum in its effort to hold onto a nearly 500-year-old pair of paintings of......
  • '24': Whatever happened here didn't happen here

     
    Jack Bauer went out with a whimper, not a bang. After spending the last three episodes killing everything in his path, Bauer was basically a second banana in a two-hour series finale that no doubt left hardcore fans of his......
  • Paul V. Coates, Confidential File, May 26, 1960

     
    U.N. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. displays a passive listening device, concealed in the Great Seal that hung in the residential office of the U.S. ambassador to the Soviet Union from about 1945 to 1952. The National Cryptologic Museum has more...