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  • Negotiate in good faith

    The special legislative session on Medicaid begins Thursday and we still cannot reliably predict what to expect from lawmakers when they convene. Our cynicism tells us this is appeasement disguised as serious work. The June resignation of Sen. Phillip...
  • Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers continue to continue to strike a chord with hypnotic rock tunes

    Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers continue to continue to strike a chord with hypnotic rock tunes
    Before easing into a conversation about his new album with the Heartbreakers, "Hypnotic Eye," the longtime Malibu beach-dweller Tom Petty has a score to settle. It's in response to an old Los Angeles Times survey of Los Angeles' most enduring rock bands....
  • The great Orioles pitching shuffle is working

    The great Orioles pitching shuffle is working
    Orioles manager Buck Showalter has been shuffling his pitching staff all season. If he can find a way to get a starter some rest or bring an extra pitcher into the bullpen for a day or two, he’ll do it. The obvious result is that his relievers,...
  • Sisi says coalition must battle Islamic State and others

    CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi told visiting U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry that any global coalition against terrorism should battle not just Islamic State but other groups as well, the presidency said on Saturday....
  • Toronto Film Review: 'Labyrinth of Lies'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - A principled young prosecutor in post-WWII Germany uncovers inconvenient truths about his country's recent past in "Labyrinth of Lies," an intelligent and arresting fact-based drama that plays like a more streamlined version of...
  • Qatar-based cleric criticizes U.S. role against Islamic State

    DUBAI (Reuters) - A Sunni Muslim cleric at the center of a diplomatic rift among Gulf Arab states has criticized Washington's role in the campaign against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria as purely self-interested. Ties between Qatar and its...
  • China airing details about suspects in terrorist attacks

    China airing details about suspects in terrorist attacks
    Just who are the alleged extremists responsible for the wave of terrorist attacks across China in the last year? A bearded man who recorded himself burning the flags of China, the U.S., Pakistan and Egypt. But also his elderly mother, wrinkled and...
  • Angels' wins silence the usual rumors about Mike Scioscia's future

    The rumors resurfaced annually, as the Angels' most recent postseason appearance — in 2009 —became an increasingly distant memory. Maybe Mike Scioscia had become stale after so long in one job — 15 seasons, the longest-tenured...
  • NFL announces four women who will assist in guiding league policies

    In the wake of domestic violence incidents involving Ray Rice, Ray McDonald and Greg Hardy, the NFL is making some additions to its staff to help guide league policies. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced the changes in a letter Monday to NFL teams...
  • Small gems hidden among fall's mediocre TV lineup

    Viewers have seen worse. Yes, that's damning with faint praise but better to set expectations accordingly, right? The fall 2014 TV season on the broadcast networks now with NFL games on CBS Thursday night probably won't repeat the excitement of a decade...
  • Film Review: 'Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt?'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - The spirit is willing but the filmmaking is oh so weak in "Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt?," the last installment of a cinematic trilogy based on Ayn Rand's 1957 screed in epic novel form. Pic represents a certain leap of...