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  • U.S. to partially cut aid to Egypt

    U.S. to partially cut aid to Egypt
    WASHINGTON — Three months after President Obama ordered a high-level review of U.S. aid to Egypt following a military takeover there, the White House settled on a middle ground Wednesday: maintaining key assistance for security and counter-terrorism...
  • Ex-Detroit Mayor Kilpatrick: 'I really, really, really messed up'

    Ex-Detroit Mayor Kilpatrick: 'I really, really, really messed up'
    Former Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick, who turned Detroit into his personal wallet, was sentenced Monday to 28 years in prison for corruption in the city that has become the modern face of municipal bankruptcy. The city’s chief executive from 2002 to...
  • Gang 'tax collector' gets life for shooting that left infant dead

    Gang 'tax collector' gets life for shooting that left infant dead
    A gang "tax collector" who helped set up 2007 shooting in a bustling Los Angeles shopping district that claimed the life of a 3-week-old boy was sentenced Thursday to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Juvenal Cardenas Mejia, 40, was...
  • Chris Christie signs N.J. bill banning gay conversion therapy

    Chris Christie signs N.J. bill banning gay conversion therapy
    New Jersey on Monday became the second state after California to ban so-called conversion therapy aimed at changing the sexual orientation of gay minors after Gov. Chris Christie signed into law a bill to prohibit the controversial practice. Christie, a...
  • Court rules for Keith Morris' Flag in Black Flag lawsuit

    Court rules for Keith Morris' Flag in Black Flag lawsuit
    Black Flag's Greg Ginn might want to crack open a six-pack tonight: A U.S. District Court judge has ruled against him in his trademark infringement lawsuit against many of his former bandmates in the canonical South Bay hard-core group. On Tuesday,...
  • Timothy Bradley vs. Juan Manuel Marquez: round-by-round recap

    Timothy Bradley vs. Juan Manuel Marquez: round-by-round recap
    Timothy Bradley and his trend of winning close scorecards continued Saturday night as he edged  Juan Manuel Marquez, 10 years the elder at 40, by split decision. Bradley, relying on his boxing skills, faster legs and strong jab, punctuated the...
  • Winners of 1929 radio audition

     
    Oct. 31, 1929: Group photo taken at KHJ radio studios. From left: Judge Benjamin F. Bledsoe, Floy Hamlin, David Wark "D.W." Griffith, Calvin Hendricks and Carrie Jacobs Bond....
  • For Brown, third term seems the charm

    For Brown, third term seems the charm
    SACRAMENTO — Jerry Brown is now the longest-serving governor in California history. That doesn't put him up there with the greats. But it's starting to look like he could get close. Brown also could stumble over some bullet-train tracks or be...
  • Solar Decathlon in Irvine: Sunny, with a 100% chance of participation

    Solar Decathlon in Irvine: Sunny, with a 100% chance of participation
    Past the neatly coordinated neighborhoods, the master-planned homes and immaculate lawns, on an old military runway in Irvine, a community that imagines life on a smaller scale has taken root. There, hundreds of college students from across the U.S.,...
  • Anthony Weiner gets into shouting match with New Yorker [Video]

    Anthony Weiner gets into shouting match with New Yorker [Video]
    NEW YORK -- Only in New York? On the eve of one of the most important days of the Jewish year, New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner got into a shouting match with a fellow New Yorker at a Jewish bakery, an exchange that was caught on video and...
  • Judge: Lance Armstrong's memoirs aren't lies, they're free speech

    Judge: Lance Armstrong's memoirs aren't lies, they're free speech
    Bicyclist Lance Armstrong was once a hero: When his bestselling memoir "It's Not About the Bike" was published by Putnam in 2000, Armstrong had beaten cancer and gone on to win the Tour de France. Armstrong's fame continued -- he went on to win the Tour...