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  • U.N. votes to protect online privacy; Edward Snowden leaks credited

    U.N. votes to protect online privacy; Edward Snowden leaks credited
    United Nations member states unanimously adopted a symbolic resolution Thursday that declares a worldwide right of individuals to online privacy, a slap at the U.S. National Security Agency's massive surveillance programs that have angered Washington's...
  • Laemmle's Royal to present a Robert Redford retrospective

    Laemmle's Royal to present a Robert Redford retrospective
    Laemmle's Royal Theatre in West Los Angeles is presenting a six-day retrospective of actor-director-producer Robert Redford's seminal film roles. All movies will be shown along with his latest film, the critically lauded  "All Is Lost," for which...
  • Obamacare: Silence of the insurers

    Obamacare: Silence of the insurers
    When will the insurers revolt? It's a question that's popping up more and more. On the surface, the question answers itself. We're talking about pinstriped insurance company executives, not Hell's Angels. One doesn't want to paint with too broad a...
  • Tom Laughlin: Five films from the 'Billy Jack' star

    Tom Laughlin: Five films from the 'Billy Jack' star
    Tom Laughlin, who came to fame as the half-Native American, half-white ex-Green Beret in the 1971 indie blockbuster "Billy Jack," died Thursday at age  82. A lot of his films are on DVD and on streaming services.  If you want to go back to his...
  • Were Jesus and Santa white guys? A Fox host says yes

    Were Jesus and Santa white guys? A Fox host says yes
    A side skirmish in the war on Christmas has developed over a Fox News host’s suggestion that both Jesus and Santa Claus were (are?) white men, and that people need to get over it. Megyn Kelly — incidentally, the subject of a delightful...
  • Kerry: U.S. seeks 'proof of life' for American who vanished in Iran

    Kerry: U.S. seeks 'proof of life' for American who vanished in Iran
    WASHINGTON -- Secretary of State John F. Kerry said Sunday that the U.S. is looking for “proof of life” regarding a former FBI agent who went missing in Iran nearly seven years ago during a visit that, according to several news organizations,...
  • Stalling of tax overhaul bill is both good and bad for homeowners

    Stalling of tax overhaul bill is both good and bad for homeowners
    WASHINGTON — For one of the least productive congressional sessions in modern history, the final word about tax overhaul was entirely in character: Nothing's happening. But is that good or bad news for homeowners, buyers and small-scale real...
  • Barbara Branden dies at 84; Ayn Rand biographer championed her subject

    Barbara Branden dies at 84; Ayn Rand biographer championed her subject
    Barbara Branden, who wrote a definitive biography of philosopher and novelist Ayn Rand after a close association that ended in a disastrous tangle of relationships, died Wednesday in a rehabilitation center near her home in West Hollywood. She was 84....
  • Friday's TV Highlights: 'Yes, Virginia' on CBS

    Friday's TV Highlights: 'Yes, Virginia' on CBS
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Dec. 1 - 7, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     -------------------- SERIES The Carrie Diaries Weaver (Chris Wood)...
  • South Africa after Mandela

    South Africa after Mandela
    Nelson Mandela was one of the towering figures of the 20th century. Like Martin Luther King Jr. and Mohandas K. Gandhi, he was revered around the globe for his vision and courage, and for the enormous personal sacrifices he made to right the wrongs that...
  • In 'The Apartment,' Greg Baxter uncovers a snowed-under soul

    In 'The Apartment,' Greg Baxter uncovers a snowed-under soul
    "The Apartment," Greg Baxter's absorbing, atmospheric and enigmatic first novel, unfolds in extended paragraphs without chapter breaks on a single snowy mid-December day in a fictional European city that evokes aspects of Vienna, Prague and Budapest....