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  • Clyde Snow dies at 86; forensic anthropologist read old bones' secrets

    When Clyde Snow testified at the 2006 genocide trial of Saddam Hussein in Iraq, the defendant confronted him with a question Snow futilely yearned to answer. As one of the world's foremost forensic anthropologists, the wisecracking, chain-smoking...
  • Saturday's TV highlights and weekend talk: 'Killing Daddy' and more

    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of July 6 - 12, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- MOVIES The Best Man Holiday Writer-director Malcolm...
  • Customs officials revise practices for detaining private airplanes

    Customs officials revise practices for detaining private airplanes
    U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials said Friday they have tightened their practices for stopping and searching private aircraft in an effort to reduce law enforcement encounters with innocent pilots. Deputy Assistant Commissioner Eddie Young,...
  • People Express announces flights from Newport News to Newark, Boston, Pittsburgh starting June 30

    People Express announces flights from Newport News to Newark, Boston, Pittsburgh starting June 30
    People Express officially launched Friday and said it will offer daily round-trip flights from Newport News to Newark, Boston and Pittsburgh beginning on June 30. The company made the announcement at Concourse A at Newport News-Williamsburg...
  • Real estate drones come to Glenview

    Real estate drones come to Glenview
    Glenview residents may begin to see small, helicopter-like objects hovering above some parts of The Glen from time to time. Drones, or unmanned aerial systems, have been growing in popularity nationwide among real estate agents who use the devices to...
  • Dispute with airline has musicians fiddling on the tarmac

    Dispute with airline has musicians fiddling on the tarmac
    A dispute over two violins on a US Airways flight ended with a musician fiddling away his time on the tarmac at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. The feud resulted in a YouTube video that already has more than 200,000 views. The musicians, Zach...
  • Wisconsin pilot killed during air show identified

    Wisconsin pilot killed during air show identified
    Wisconsin authorities released the name of the pilot killed Sunday during the Stevens Point  annual air show. William M. Cowden, 47, of Menomonie, was flying a 1993 Russian-built Yak-55M, a single-seat, single-engine plane that crashed in a wooded...
  • FAA May Approve Use of Drones for Filmmaking

    The Federal Aviation Administration is considering a proposal to allow production companies to use drones in film and TV production. Seven aerial photo and video production companies, with the blessing of the MPAA, have asked the FAA for an exemption...
  • FAA to consider allowing drones for movies

    FAA to consider allowing drones for movies
    The federal government may open the skies to Hollywood. The Federal Aviation Administration said Monday that it would consider a request by several companies to use drones for filming movies and TV shows. The agency said it was reviewing a request...
  • Reality gold rush! Broadcast networks get delayed viewing dollars.

    Reality gold rush! Broadcast networks get delayed viewing dollars.
    After the coffee. Before making my NBA championship pick. The Skinny: If I'm having dreams about net neutrality it may be time for a vacation or more therapy. I made the mistake of rewatching John Oliver's blistering and hilarious takedown of cable...
  • Close call between two United planes in Houston prompts FAA review

    The FAA is investigating a close call between two United Airlines flights in Houston earlier this month and has put in place preventive measures in response to the incident, an official said Friday.  The incident occurred about 9:30 p.m. May 9 about two...