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Show TrackerOh, Manny. Not a boy, net yet a man. Tonight's "Modern Family" began with a few sober words from the chubby-cheeked old soul. "I was almost too depressed to come today. I realized I let my childhood slip away," said......
Opinion L.A.Sarah Palin's emails disappoint lamestream-media bullies....
Show TrackerAt my other job, one of my recent projects has been working my way back through "The Sopranos," episode by episode. I'm early into the third season now, and I'm reminded of both why I enjoyed the series so much......
Top of the TicketBut will Obama's ally get the 50% necessary to avoid an April runoff?...
The Big PictureIn New York media circles, especially in conservative New York media circles, wonderers have been wondering over the past couple of weeks -- will the New York Times ever bother to review "Atlas Shrugged"? The film, which was marketed as......
Show TrackerFor a lot of people, "Boardwalk Empire" had to have a dynamite finale in order to have a successful first season. I would have been more forgiving of a finale that simply moved things forward an inch or two, given......
NEW YORK -- Steve Buscemi does not bear much physical resemblance to Enoch "Nucky" Johnson, the tall, broad-shouldered political boss whose 30-year rule of Atlantic City inspired HBO's new Prohibition-era drama "Boardwalk Empire." But that ended up...
Tucson shootings: Mental illness, not rhetoric, at root of more political assassinations historicallyTop of the TicketGabrielle Giffords, a Democratic representative, is among the wounded in the Tucson shootings....
Special to the Los Angeles TimesAlvin Clarence Thomas, a.k.a. Titanic Thompson, was a gambler and golf hustler who died at age 82 on May 19, 1974, but whose outlaw career really flourished, as Kevin Cook records with breezy relish in his biography "Titanic Thompson: The Man Who Bet on...
Tags: Sports, Ben Hogan, Horatio Alger, Clarence Thomas, Mark Twain
"Too Big to Fail," which premieres Monday on HBO, is the latest of that network's high-toned original films ("Recount," "The Late Shift," "From the Earth to the Moon," the upcoming "Game Change") in which a large cast of medium-big-to-big-named actors...
Tags: Joey Slotnick, Entertainment, Finance, Henry Paulson, Disasters
Is there anyone among us who does not know, or know of, a child with an autism spectrum disorder? Whether diagnostic criteria are allowing us to identify more individuals, or something in the environment is causing more autism, or our social habits and...
Tags: Sports, Children, Weather Reports, Entertainment, Rodney Peete
Show Tracker'Fringe' continues its second season, and like all sophomores, the show is trying to find out who it is. The first year is just figuring everything out. Whatâ??s your locker combination, when are your classes, what kind of flanking formation......
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