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O.J. Simpson

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  • Trial begins for man accused of killing ex-girlfriend in 1979

    Trial begins for man accused of killing ex-girlfriend in 1979
    Douglas Bradford entered his ex-girlfriend’s studio in the summer of 1979 wielding a weapon he had fashioned at home: a garrote made of wooden mop handles connected by a thick wire, a prosecutor said Monday. He wrapped the wire around her neck and...
  • Oscar Pistorius' defense rests in murder trial

    Oscar Pistorius' defense rests in murder trial
    Oscar Pistorius' lawyers wrapped up their defense of the Olympic and Paralympic track star on Tuesday, bringing the dramatic murder trial of one of the world's best-known athletes closer to conclusion. Judge Thokozile Masipa adjourned the court until...
  • Faye Resnick Sells to Jack Huston in Hollywood Hills

    Decorator and "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" regular Faye Resnick sold a newly refurbished residence in a famously celebrity-packed nook of the Hollywood Hills for $2.29 million. Resnick, who penned a pair of scandalous books on the O.J. Simpson...
  • 'Captivated' revisits the Pamela Smart trial, to mixed results

    'Captivated' revisits the Pamela Smart trial, to mixed results
    The specifics of the decades-old case of convicted murder accomplice Pamela Smart now seem far less interesting than Smart's sensationalized trial, which became the first to be televised gavel-to-gavel. This relentless exposure dubiously paved the way for...
  • 'The poor door' -- symbol of a truth we all know

    A few words about the "poor door." Maybe you already know about this. Maybe you read on Slate, saw on Colbert or heard on NPR how a developer qualified for tax benefits under New York City's Inclusionary Housing Program by agreeing to add to its new...
  • UCLA football has high expectations as camp begins Monday

    UCLA football has high expectations as camp begins Monday
    UCLA once won a national football championship. That was in 1954, a year before the facemask was invented. No matter how you mark the time — 60 years, 598 games, 35 or so quarterbacks, 11 coaches and three interim coaches — anything pre-...
  • Paley Center Sets 'Facts of Life' Reunion, Fall Preview Screenings

    The Paley Center for Media will host a 35th anniversary "Facts of Life" reunion event on Sept. 15 as part of its annual Fall TV Preview screenings held Sept. 6-15 at its facilities in New York and Beverly Hills. Shows getting a big push at the...
  • The Crowd: Vikki Vargas on the scene at SPIN

    The Crowd: Vikki Vargas on the scene at SPIN
    In the world of broadcast journalism, it is most unusual for an on-camera reporter/anchor to enjoy a 30-plus-year career in a single market. Vikki Vargas, Orange County bureau chief for NBC 4, is such a journalist. Her breadth and depth of knowledge...
  • NFL sets new penalties on domestic violence, sexual assault violations

    NFL sets new penalties on domestic violence, sexual assault violations
    The penalty was underwhelming. The angry public fallout was not. A month after the NFL suspended Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice two games after he allegedly knocked out his soon-to-be wife at an Atlantic City hotel, the league admitted its error...
  • Domestic violence: Would it kill Roger Goodell to say 'I was wrong'?

    Domestic violence: Would it kill Roger Goodell to say 'I was wrong'?
    One hates to be the proverbial skunk at the garden party, but NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell hardly deserves to be lionized in the wake of his decision to tighten up the league’s rules about players who beat their wives. The man’s values are...
  • USC's Steve Sarkisian hopes fans can embrace break with tradition

    USC's Steve Sarkisian hopes fans can embrace break with tradition
    There is a certain traditional look to USC football. Traveler, the white horse, races down the sidelines during home games, right past the iconic USC song girls. The Trojans marching band performs "Fight On" after every USC first down. And fans need a...