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  • Pictures in the News | May 20, 2013

     
    In Monday's Pictures in the News: A kiss in Paris' Trocadero Square with the Eiffel Tower in the background; a bull gets the best of French matador Juan Leal in Nimes, France; a man leaps into a puddle of mud during the so-called Dirty Pig Festival in...
  • Paula Deen on 'Today': 'I is what I is, and I'm not changing'

    Paula Deen on 'Today': 'I is what I is, and I'm not changing'
    Embattled celebrity chef Paula Deen appeared on “Today” Wednesday morning, defending herself vehemently against charges of racism and explaining her past use of the N-word. In a tearful yet defiant interview with Matt Lauer, Deen began by...
  • Review: French thriller 'The Prey' runs on outlandish energy

     Review: French thriller 'The Prey' runs on outlandish energy
    Like a bullet train, the French thriller "The Prey" is a model of breathless efficiency, its stuffed cargo of chases, brawls and twists delivered with admirable speed. It also willfully genre-hops, from prison melodrama to escape flick to policier to...
  • 'Now You See Me': Let's remember the ultimate caper film 'Rififi'

    'Now You See Me': Let's remember the ultimate caper film 'Rififi'
    "Now You See Me," which opens Friday, is a caper thriller starring Jesse Eisenberg, Mark Ruffalo and Oscar-winners Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine. The film is about an FBI agent and an Interpol detective on the hunt for a team of young illusionists...
  • Men indicted in connection with bizarre kidnapping, bank robbery

    Men indicted in connection with bizarre kidnapping, bank robbery
    Several men -- including a friend of a bank manager who was kidnapped and strapped with explosives as part of a bizarre bank robbery in East L.A. last fall -- have been indicted in connection with the crimes, several law enforcement sources said. Ray...
  • Bank manager's boyfriend faked bomb vest, indictment says

    Bank manager's boyfriend faked bomb vest, indictment says
    The boyfriend of an assistant bank manager arranged for her to strap on a fake  bomb so she would appear to be a hostage -- setting the stage for him to rob $565,000 from an East Los Angeles bank last year, according to a federal indictment unsealed...
  • Deputy fatally shoots man after altercation in Cudahy

    Deputy fatally shoots man after altercation in Cudahy
    A Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy shot and killed a man who allegedly tried to take the officer's gun Saturday night in Cudahy, authorities said. Deputies responded at about 10 p.m. to a report of a brewing fight "at which a man was seen with a gun"...
  • Huntington Park man dies in fiery motorcycle crash

    A Huntington Park man riding a motorcycle through Central California this weekend died after he lost control around a curve and crashed into a mountainside, authorities said. The 39-year-old victim was riding a 2003 Honda 600 on Saturday night,...
  • Temperatures over 100 in many areas, nearing record levels

    The coolest place to spend Mother's Day in the Southland was the beach, as afternoon temperatures in many inland areas hit over 100 degrees, nearing record levels in some communities.  The temperature in Van Nuys and Palm Springs was 103 at 1 p.m....
  • Review: 'The Source Family' follows a spiritual father-megalomaniac

    Review: 'The Source Family' follows a spiritual father-megalomaniac
    Hippie cult leader and Sunset Boulevard restaurateur Jim Baker (a.k.a Father Yod, a.k.a. YaHoWha) inspired a devoted following and no small amount of outrageous stories during his early '70s L.A. heyday. Apparently he killed two men with his bare hands....
  • High-profile neo-Nazi murder trial opens in Germany

    High-profile neo-Nazi murder trial opens in Germany
    BERLIN -- The surviving member of an alleged neo-Nazi cell accused of a string of racially motivated murders went on trial Monday in a case that has forced Germany to confront the extent to which racism continues to pervade society here. Beate Zschaepe,...