2006's Greatest 'Hits' @ latimes.com

From crashed Ferraris to Girls Gone Wild, latimes.com viewers indirectly voted with their mice for the year's top-viewed ten stories:

So Speedy, So Exclusive, So Expensive, So Totaled

So Speedy, So Exclusive, So Expensive, So Totaled

It was a SigAlert made for Malibu.  More...

Mystery fuels huge popularity of web's Lonelygirl15

Mystery fuels huge popularity of web's Lonelygirl15

Lonelygirl15 appears to be an innocent, home-schooled 16-year-old, pouring her heart out for her video camera in the privacy of her bedroom. But since May, her brief posts on the video-sharing site YouTube and the social networking hub MySpace have launched a Web mystery eagerly followed by her million-plus viewers: Who is this sheltered ingenue who calls herself "Bree," and is she in some sort of danger -- or, worse, the tool of some giant marketing machine?  More...

Boxing's tallest and heaviest champion ever

Boxing's tallest and heaviest champion ever

MOSCOW -- In any boxing club, sweat is part of the ambience, but in Russia, the sweat factor usually scores a one-two punch to the nose right from the doorway, reminding all who enter of what it smells like to be a nastoyashi muzhik, a real Russian man.  More...

Joe Francis: 'Baby, give me a kiss'

Joe Francis: 'Baby, give me a kiss'

Joe Francis, the founder of the "Girls Gone Wild" empire, is humiliating me. He has my face pressed against the hood of a car, my arms twisted hard behind my back. He's pushing himself against me, shouting: "This is what they did to me in Panama City!"  More...

Baby is sent through X-ray machine at LAX

Baby is sent through X-ray machine at LAX

A woman going through security at Los Angeles International Airport put her month-old grandson into a plastic bin intended for carry-on items and slid it into an X-ray machine.  More...

Sirius shock: pirates hit Howard Stern Show

Sirius shock: pirates hit Howard Stern Show

Sirius Satellite Radio Inc., which liberated radio shock jock Howard Stern from the federal decency standards that he felt had shackled him, is finding that freedom's just another word for $500 million to lose.  More...

Extradition Sought in Man's Death

Extradition Sought in Man's Death

SAN DIEGO -- Prosecutors are seeking the extradition of a woman in Florida accused of poisoning her husband -- a Marine sergeant -- and then using his life insurance to pay for breast enhancement and a libertine lifestyle.  More...

Trying to corral Stern's lost herd

Trying to corral Stern's lost herd

Can millions of listeners just disappear?  More...

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