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Korean War (1950-1953)

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  • Driver arrested after car crashes into house, killing man in bed

    Driver arrested after car crashes into house, killing man in bed
    A motorist has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence after his car allegedly slammed into a Mission Viejo house Sunday morning, killing a man in bed. "The vehicle basically went through the front exterior of the house just to the...
  • Gay couple to marry on Rose Parade float

    Gay couple to marry on Rose Parade float
    Danny Leclair snapped a photo of two toy grooms holding hands. He then sent the photo via email to his longtime partner, Aubrey Loots, with a question: "Do you want to get married on a Rose Parade float?" Loots agreed, and on New Year’s Day...
  • Jahi McMath's family struggling to find home for brain-dead girl

    Jahi McMath's family struggling to find home for brain-dead girl
    The family of Jahi McMath, the 13-year-old girl declared brain-dead after a tonsillectomy, was still searching Sunday for a medical facility for her. The family has said it wants to move McMath to a facility in Southern California. But the San Francisco...
  • Two dead in apparent murder-suicide in Simi Valley

    Two dead in apparent murder-suicide in Simi Valley
    Simi Valley police are investigating what they believe may be a murder-suicide. Officers responding to a call in the 2400 block of East Woodrow Avenue arrived just after 1:30 p.m. Saturday and found a woman and a man with gunshot wounds. The woman was...
  • Suspected drunk driver crashes into home, killing resident

    Suspected drunk driver crashes into home, killing resident
    A suspected drunk driver crashed into a Mission Viejo home early Sunday, killing a resident who was apparently sleeping in his bed at the time, authorities said. Deputies were dispatched to the scene of the crash in the 26000 block of Pacato Drive...
  • Andrew Jacobs Jr. dies at 81; Indiana congressman known for his thrift

    Andrew Jacobs Jr., a former longtime Indiana congressman known for turning down pay raises and PAC donations as well as for being an early opponent of the Vietnam War, died Saturday at his Indianapolis home. He was 81. He had been in declining health...
  • L.A. ban on plastic grocery bags takes effect Jan. 1

    Some Los Angeles grocery store customers will have to adjust to a lifestyle change come Jan. 1, when a ban on plastic bags takes effect. As of Wednesday, the thin, seemingly ubiquitous carryalls will be illegal for all large grocers to distribute. Small...
  • Korean War POW finally laid to rest

    Korean War POW finally laid to rest
    Sixty-three years after his capture during the Korean War, Army Sgt. 1st Class Joseph Gantt was laid to rest Saturday in an Inglewood cemetery with full military honors in the presence of his widow. Clara Gantt, 94, said she was happy that she had lived...
  • AFM: Le Pacte Boards John Boorman's 'Queen and Country' (EXCLUSIVE)

    Jean Labadie's Paris-based Le Pacte has boarded "Queen and Country," John Boorman's sequel to his Oscar-nominated "Hope and Glory." Le Pacte has snatched up French distribution and international sales rights to the pic. Shingle's head of sales, Camille...
  • Franklin Magnet students honor veterans

    Franklin Magnet students honor veterans
    Franklin Magnet School honored 17 veterans during a campus assembly Thursday. The veterans were either connected to American Legion Glendale Post 127 or to the school’s students. For decades, the elementary school has hosted local veterans on...
  • The U.S. Army discovers Africa

    The U.S. Army discovers Africa
    On the list of U.S. military priorities, Africa has always ranked right smack at the bottom. Now that appears to be changing. As Eric Schmitt recently reported in the New York Times, "thousands of soldiers once bound for Iraq or Afghanistan are now...