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  • Author Jeffrey Zaslow dies in car accident

     
    Jeffrey Zaslow, best known as co-author of the book "The Last Lecture," was killed Friday in an automobile accident near Detroit....
  • Islamic terrorism: It's not what many think, new report suggests

     
    Terrorism report: A new report suggests that the al-Qaeda model of terrorism, in which transnational groups of foreign-trained and foreign-funded extremists cross borders to commit high-profile attacks, has largely been outpaced by a sloppier and less-...
  • Times is honored in L.A. Press Club awards

     
    The Times was honored in several categories Sunday evening in the Los Angeles Press Club's 54th annual Southern California Journalism Awards: Robert Faturechi and Jack Leonard won first prize for investigative series (large papers) for their coverage of...
  • House honors slain Giffords staffer

    House honors slain Giffords staffer
    The House of Representatives on Thursday passed a resolution renaming a room in the U.S. Capitol in memory of Gabriel Zimmerman, an aide to Rep. Gabrielle Giffords who was one of the six people killed in an attempt on her life in January. Zimmerman, 30,...
  • “The Newsroom” Episode 4 recap: Love, Gun

     
    By Matthew Grimm Kathryn Hahn popped up on Episode 4 of The Newsroom, playing a rambunctious, randy, pistol-packing date of curmudgeonly hero Will McAvoy (Jeff Daniels). McAvoy, you’ll recall, is a conservative TV anchorman who, in midlife pique,...
  • Gregory Rodriguez: Our civility deficit

    Gregory Rodriguez: Our civility deficit
    Last week, after the brutal beating of a Giants fan in the Dodgers Stadium parking lot, Los Angeles and San Francisco officials issued a public plea for more "civility and common decency" among sports fans. In January, the shootings in Tucson in which six...
  • The story behind the man and the Aurora crosses

     
    Dan Merica with CNN writes about a man who has devoted his life to erecting crosses on the sites of tragedy. His latest project is 12 crosses in a vacant lot in Aurora, Co: (CNN) – In a vacant lot across from the site of last week’s movie...
  • Goldberg: Blame it on Brokaw

    You know who I blame for the terrible tone in American politics? Tom Brokaw. No, not the man himself, but what he represents. Since Dan Rather famously beclowned himself, Brokaw stands as the last of the respected "voice of God" news anchors (CBS News...
  • Daum: Attack of the flesh-eating bacteria story

    Daum: Attack of the flesh-eating bacteria story
    What spreads almost as fast as necrotizing fasciitis, a.k.a. flesh-eating infection? News stories about it. Surely by now you've heard about the horrifying case of Aimee Copeland, the 24-year-old Georgia graduate student who cut her leg on May 1 and...
  • Goldberg: Brian Ross' brain cramp

    Goldberg: Brian Ross' brain cramp
    If ABC News does fire Brian Ross, he could always find a job working for Aaron Sorkin. Ross, a veteran investigative reporter for ABC News, blew it Friday morning when he suggested that the Aurora, Colo., shooting suspect, Jim Holmes, might be...
  • Thanksgiving event is another first for Gabrielle Giffords

    Thanksgiving event is another first for Gabrielle Giffords
    Rep. Gabrielle Giffords marked another milestone in her recovery Thursday, serving Thanksgiving dinner to troops at a Tucson military base in what her office said was the first constituent event since an attempt on her life in January. Giffords and her...