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  • Rethink your health insurance options to trim costs

    Rethink your health insurance options to trim costs
    In Southern California, it's sometimes hard to tell that the seasons have changed, but here's a tip that it's fall: Many employers are beginning to send out the information you'll need to re-up for 2010 health insurance if you get your coverage through...
  • Reliable nursing home information can be difficult to get

    Reliable nursing home information can be difficult to get
    When Woodland Hills resident Amy Regenstreif was diagnosed with cancer in 2001, it was her elderly mother she worried about most. The survival rate for Regenstreif's cancer, a rare form called leiomyosarcoma, was only five years and she worried that...
  • Marketing firm re-engineers approach to women's health

    Marketing firm re-engineers approach to women's health
    Who: Tanya Abreu, president and national program director of Spirit of Women. What: Boca Raton-based company is a women's health marketing and strategies firm that also serves as a clearinghouse of information for consumers. The company publishes the...
  • A new clash of politics and science

    WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration promised to end political meddling in scientific decisions, but some critics say the White House botched an early test on a key question of public health: how to assess the danger of industrial chemicals. At issue...
  • Democrats demand probe into destruction of tapes

    Key members of Congress on Friday called for multiple investigations into the CIA's destruction of interrogation videotapes, charging the agency may have eliminated evidence of torture, obstructed justice or engaged in an illegal coverup. The CIA's...
  • Prosecutor to Seek Probe of Planned 'Christmas Carol'

    Saturday October 8, 1994 A Los Angeles city prosecutor said Friday that she will ask police to check out claims about a proposed Pasadena stage show by a man with a history of consumer fraud convictions, including one for promoting a bogus theatrical...
  • Southern California's big theaters need fresh, dramatic thinking

    Southern California's big theaters need fresh, dramatic thinking
    Southern California is famous for being ahead of the national curve -- in styles, fads and unenviable crises. And right now, the region's largest institutional theaters are serving as a crystal ball for leadership concerns affecting nonprofit theaters...
  • Drug cartels keep Catholic officials in fear

    In the tense state of Durango, Roman Catholic Archbishop Hector Gonzalez announced over the weekend that the fugitive drug trafficker who tops Mexico's most wanted list was living nearby. And everyone knows it, he added. Except, it would seem, the...
  • Mexico moves quietly to decriminalize minor drug use

    Could Mexican cities become Latin Amsterdams, flooded by drug users seeking penalty-free tokes and toots? That is the fear, if somewhat overstated, of some Mexican officials, especially in northern border states that serve as a mecca for underage...
  • The honorable thing

    CITY ATTY. Rocky Delgadillo came to office with sterling credentials and the support of some of Los Angeles' most esteemed leaders. He had a captivating personal story — Eastside kid who did well, went to Harvard, then to Columbia, then on to one of...
  • Villaraigosa affair may not be one to remember

    Larry Gerston believes that Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa may have written the first lines of his political obituary this week by acknowledging a long-running affair with a television newscaster who covered City Hall. "All I can say is that if I...