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  • Teacher who questioned cat dissections sues school district, claims retaliation

    A former Newport Harbor High School English teacher is suing Newport-Mesa Unified, alleging that district administrators retaliated against her after she publicly questioned the need for students to dissect cat carcasses in class. Karen Coyne claims...
  • Paul Greenberg: Barack Hussein Obama

    No, it's not the full moon, that's an election rising on the horizon. Lock your doors. As the witching hour approaches, the paranoids start coming out of the woods on the lookout for easy prey, so we can all be afraid, be terribly afraid, together. In...
  • TV Picks: 'Sleepy Hollow,' 'Gotham,' 'Blacklist,' 'Madame Secretary'

    TV Picks: 'Sleepy Hollow,' 'Gotham,' 'Blacklist,' 'Madame Secretary'
    "Sleepy Hollow." The surprise hit of last fall is back, and not a moment too soon. For one thing, well more like six things, last season's finale left Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) buried alive, Abbie (Nichole Beharie) trapped in purgatory, Katrina (Katiana...
  • Burb's Eye View: UFOs are nothing alien to this author

    Burb's Eye View: UFOs are nothing alien to this author
    In Burbank, there are UFOs and then there are UFOs. The first kind exists in sound stages and on computer screens before it hits silver screens. The second kind was created in the last century at Lockheed's former top-secret research facility in Burbank...
  • New on DVD: 'Captain America,' 'Brick Mansions'

    This week's releases feature great action, smart writing, dumb idea. "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," Grade A: Chris Evans returns to the role of All-American hero Captain America. His efforts to adjust to the modern world are disrupted when S.H.I....
  • With 'Madam Secretary,' Tea Leoni returns to series TV after 16 years

    With 'Madam Secretary,' Tea Leoni returns to series TV after 16 years
    When the secretary of State invites you into bed, it's hard to say no. At the end of a long week filming the new CBS drama "Madam Secretary," Téa Leoni is exhausted. Because there are few comfortable places available on the makeshift Brooklyn soundstage...
  • U.S. operation may only halt, not destroy, Islamic State, officers say

    U.S. operation may only halt, not destroy, Islamic State, officers say
    The military offensive ordered by President Obama against marauding Islamic State militants barely resembles the grinding ground war that the United States waged in Iraq from 2003 to 2011, but may prove just as tough to win. Rather than U.S. combat...
  • Lawmakers backing Obama but questions persist

    — Sen. Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania had a concise response Thursday to the president's request for money to arm and train Syrian rebels: Better late than never. The request was part of a broad plan that President Barack Obama outlined Wednesday...
  • Review: 'Thirteen Days in September' by Lawrence Wright

    Review: 'Thirteen Days in September' by Lawrence Wright
    His closest advisers warned him against it, but President Jimmy Carter decided to risk everything anyhow. He would bring peace to the Middle East. The deeply religious Baptist believed that God wanted him to be the peacemaker "and that somehow he would...
  • TV Review: 'Madam Secretary'

    Like most CBS dramas, "Madam Secretary" was clearly developed with a time period in mind -- another high-powered, classily cast drama about a woman with ripped-from-the-headlines undertones. Yet this lead-in to "The Good Wife" plays more like a slightly...
  • After Mahmoud Abbas, who will lead the Palestinians?

    JERUSALEM/RAMALLAH West Bank (Reuters) - Most Palestinians have known only two leaders: Yasser Arafat, the stubble-chinned firebrand fond of chequered scarves and olive fatigues, and Mahmoud Abbas, a smooth-shaven father figure who favors Western suits...