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  • This ocean cruise presents gritty side of L.A. coast

     
    This cruise offers a different view of the Southern California coast. The 2 1/2 -hour excursion takes passengers through a seascape short on the picturesque but full of concrete and metal -- a ride through exhaust-tinged air and past power......
  • TURKEY: High-stakes political battle pits media mogul against premier Tayyip Erdogan

     
    Last year, the smash-hit Turkish soap opera Noor spellbound millions of viewers across Turkey and the Arab world. These days, a new media drama is gripping the nation anew with its juicy ingredients of money, power and famous main characters.......
  • 'Fringe': The case of the scary mole kid

     
    '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......
  • Top-10 moments in 2008 celebrity activism

    Top-10 moments in 2008 celebrity activism
  • Obama's kind of town

    Not everyone can make it to Washington for the inauguration, but can we find another way to pass a winter weekend and still feel some of that presidential pizazz? Yes we can. And Chicago is just the place to do it. As President-elect Barack Obama...
  • Crusaders in the underworld: The LAPD takes on organized crime

    Crusaders in the underworld: The LAPD takes on organized crime
    Sgt. Willie Burns had a Tommy gun on the bench in front of him when his 18 handpicked candidates arrived at the 77th Street station on the edge of Watts. It was a cool evening in November 1946, and the men came in topcoats and hats. Burns wore his low,...
  • This is your country on drugs

    Ethan Nadelmann, president of the Drug Policy Alliance, visited the L.A. Times editorial board recently to discuss alternative approaches to America's war on drugs. This is a partial transcript of that discussion. Ethan Nadelmann, president, Drug Policy...
  • National Museum of Crime and Punishment opening in D.C.

    Washington, D.C. America's fascination with crime will take a new turn Friday -- opening day for the National Museum of Crime and Punishment. In film classics such as "Little Caesar" and "Dial M for Murder" and today's TV staples of "CSI" and "Law &...
  • R. Kelly's child pornography trial begins

    The paparazzi and TV news crews have spent weeks scouting the Cook County Criminal Court for the perfect spot to shoot arrivals, departures and stand-ups. The judge presiding over the case sought advice from a fellow jurist in Santa Barbara County on...
  • Word Play: Healing voices

    Word Play: Healing voices
    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...
  • Word Play: Awakenings

    Word Play: Awakenings
    It's not quite fair that a novelist who has had such success in the adult world -- among many awards, Jane Smiley won the Pulitzer Prize for "A Thousand Acres," her novel based on "King Lear" -- can shift gears apparently effortlessly and write for...