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  • Rand Paul, Mitt Romney, Kaci Hickox: Sunday guests

    Rand Paul, Mitt Romney, Kaci Hickox: Sunday guests
    UPDATED: Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., will be a guest this weekend on NBC's "Meet the Press, CBS' "Face the Nation" and CNN's "State of the Union." The Sunday guest list: Mitt Romney and Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., are guests on "Fox News Sunday" at 10 a.m. on...
  • Seeking An Edge, Foley Courts Latino Vote

    Seeking An Edge, Foley Courts Latino Vote
    Three days before Election Day, Republican gubernatorial nominee Tom Foley courted Latino voters at a rally with former Puerto Rico Governor Luis Fortuno – marking an effort by the challenger candidate to pick off votes from a community that...
  • Saturday's TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: Saturday Night Live

    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Nov. 2 - 8, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SERIES Doctor Who As the Doctor and Missy (Peter...
  • West Hartford Halloween Display Both Creepy And Cerebral

    West Hartford Halloween Display Both Creepy And Cerebral
    WEST HARTFORD — Skeleton soldiers have been staging a violent takedown at 115 North Main St., brandishing bloodied spears and hefting decapitated heads. The scene, "The Fall of Rome," is this year's Halloween display from Matthew Warshauer, a...
  • Host Joel McHale will keep 'The Soup' warm through 2016

    Joel McHale is going to be serving up "The Soup" for quite a while. The comedian and star of "Community" has signed an extended agreement with E! that will keep him on the 10-year-old series, which comedically skewers reality and talk shows. The...
  • Judgment Day: Incumbents are in trouble

    WASHINGTON They may or may not be bums, but voters are poised to throw a lot of politicians out on Tuesday. Two-thirds of Americans see the nation on the wrong track. Confidence in the economy remains shaky. People are scared about terrorist threats...
  • Joel McHale Extends 'The Soup' Hosting Gig Through 2016

    Actor and comedian Joel McHale will continue to offer his take on pop culture, extending his agreement to host E!'s "The Soup" through 2016. McHale's Free Period Prods. will also continue its production development deal with E!, which gives the network...
  • Rick Scott se reúne con la comunidad colombiana en recta final de campaña

    Rick Scott se reúne con la comunidad colombiana en recta final de campaña
    El gobernador de Florida, Rick Scott, se reunió hoy con representantes de la comunidad colombiana residente en Miami para animarles a votar en las próximas elecciones del 4 de noviembre, en las que aspira a ser reelegido frente a su oponente, el candidato...
  • Ann Romney launches new center to study neurological diseases

    Ann Romney launches new center to study neurological diseases
    Let some in the political world obsess over whether Mitt Romney plans to run for president for a third time — Ann Romney has a bigger project in mind. On Tuesday at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, the Romneys are launching the Ann...
  • Calif. voters among those getting mailers in controversial political study

    An unconventional voter guide -- part of a controversial political science study that caused an uproar in Montana -- also hit the mailboxes of nearly 150,000 Californians last week. The mailers, which were sent out in two congressional districts by...
  • Minority voting blocs receiving plenty of attention

    Minority voting blocs  receiving plenty of attention
    African-American and Hispanic voters have much in common. They are the two largest minority voting blocks — Hispanics becoming the largest in recent years. Both are extremely important in close elections in different states. Usually both groups of...