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  • 10 things you might not know about the Kennedys

    10 things you might not know about the Kennedys
    Three Kennedys have run for president, and the last of them died Tuesday. Is the myth of Camelot gone with the death of Edward "Ted" Kennedy? Too soon to say. Chris Kennedy chose not to seek a U.S. Senate seat from Illinois but was named last week to...
  • Ending a 'Glee'-ful first season

    Finally, it's the regionals competition -- and for the glee club of William McKinley High School of Lima, Ohio, it is so "on"! The freshman year of Fox's Golden Globe Award-winning musical-comedy-drama phenomenon "Glee" has been driving toward the very...
  • Book Review: How the plan to fall apart soon fell apart

    Book Review: How the plan to fall apart soon fell apart
    The World That Never Was A True Story of Dreamers, Schemers, Anarchists and Secret Agents Alex Butterworth Pantheon: 496 pp., $30 For more than 100 years, anarchism has been an embarrassing stepdaughter in the family of international radicalism, the...
  • Sleep where the legends slept in grand old California hotels

    Sleep where the legends slept in grand old California hotels
    "Oh sleep! It is a gentle thing, beloved from pole to pole," British poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge wrote in "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner." And, I might add, place to place. There's something special about bedding down where Albert Einstein, Marilyn...
  • John McCain, looking to Teddy Roosevelt

     
    by Jill Zuckman At his Hidden Valley ranch near Sedona, Ariz., Sen. John McCain takes his guests for long hikes across the creek and up the hill, pointing out species of birds, plants and wildlife, and occasionally serving as medic......
  • 'Glee': A hairlicious distraction before Thanksgiving

     
    Distractions, distractions, distractions. That was the theme of the latest “Glee.” But there is one distraction that I haven’t mastered. What exactly am I going to do when Fox puts the surefire hit on hiatus after the initial 13-episode ru...
  • Paul V. Coates – Confidential File, Feb. 22, 1960

     
    William Pelley Still Haunts Us William Dudley Pelley looks like any other elderly man, but the assumption dissipates itself when he opens his mouth. His hair is gray; his face, lined; his manner of speech, halting, uncertain. A few weeks short of his 70th...
  • Karl Rove's new book has plenty of politics, but reflections on family, youth as well

     
    Karl Rove's new autobiography focuses on politics, but some reviewers have been intrigued by what Rove reveals about his upbringing and family life....
  • A 'South Pacific' reunion at the Ahmanson

     
    The opening night of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "South Pacific" at the Ahmanson Theatre proved to be an enchanted evening for old-school musical buffs and teen and twentysomething "Glee" fans alike. Wednesday's celebrity guests included stars of the 1958...
  • Sports Legend Revealed: Did the annual Army-Navy Game draw two U.S. Presidents into the planning of the game and the future of football itself?

     
    FOOTBALL LEGEND: The annual Army-Navy Game drew two separate U.S. Presidents directly into the planning of the game and, ultimately, the future of football itself. STATUS: True. As you spend today voting for your state's various elected officials, let us....
  • Tucson shootings: Mental illness, not rhetoric, at root of more political assassinations historically

     
    Gabrielle Giffords, a Democratic representative, is among the wounded in the Tucson shootings....