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  • Contractor charged with fraud for allegedly taking employees' wages

    A construction contractor has been indicted on fraud charges after allegedly taking $81,000 in wages from his employees for work done on a state developmental hospital in Costa Mesa. Sourin Babayan, 64, of Glendale, was indicted last week on 14 felony...
  • Homeless iPhone fight in Pasadena: 'It was crazy,' witness says

    Homeless iPhone fight in Pasadena: 'It was crazy,' witness says
    Witnesses at the Apple store in Pasadena said several fights broke out among people in line, and at one point one homeless man threw a cellphone at another.  "An argument would break out, then another argument -- it was crazy," said Tamara Grashian, 45,...
  • L.A. homeless recruited to buy new iPhones feel cheated

    L.A. homeless recruited to buy new iPhones feel cheated
    More details are emerging about a man's attempt to purchase numerous iPhone 5s Friday by recruiting homeless people from Los Angeles' skid row to wait in line outside a Pasadena Apple store. Pasadena police arrested two people when the scheme broke down...
  • Using homeless to buy new iPhones sparks outrage, anger

    Using homeless to buy new iPhones sparks outrage, anger
    The recruiting of homeless people Friday to wait in line outside a Pasadena Apple store to purchase the new iPhone 5s was criticized by homeless advocates. Andy Bales, who heads the Union Rescue Mission on skid row, said this was just one of a number of...
  • Kenya mall attack: Al Shabab claims responsibility; up to 30 killed

    Kenya mall attack: Al Shabab claims responsibility; up to 30 killed
    JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- The Al Qaeda-linked Somali militant group Al Shabab claimed responsibility on Twitter on Saturday for an attack on a Nairobi, Kenya, shopping mall that killed at least 11 people and as many as 30, according to conflicting...
  • iPhone frenzy takes ugly turn in Pasadena

    iPhone frenzy takes ugly turn in Pasadena
    The release of the new iPhone on Friday caused a bustle across the globe. In Nashville and Indianapolis, fans waited overnight with sleeping bags. In Paris, they pulled their collars up against the fog on Rue Halevy. And in London, where the queue is an...
  • Lawyers in Michael Jackson wrongful-death suit can't mask animosity

    Lawyers in Michael Jackson wrongful-death suit can't mask animosity
    Brian Panish was indignant as the two men argued in the judge's chambers. "Judge," the Michael Jackson family attorney snapped, "if I want to give him the finger, I know how to give him the finger." "And you did it quite well twice," replied Marvin...
  • Michael Jackson wrongful death case nearly in jury's hands

    Michael Jackson wrongful death case nearly in jury's hands
    After listening to testimony since spring, jurors in the Michael Jackson wrongful death trial are expected to be handed the case Thursday and asked to decide whether entertainment giant AEG Live is liable for the pop singer’s overdose death....
  • Guatemalan massacre recalled in trial of suspected war criminal

    Guatemalan massacre recalled in trial of suspected war criminal
    Horrific scenes of a civil war that ravaged Guatemala were relived Wednesday in a Riverside courtroom as testimony continued in the case of a suspected war criminal accused of lying on documents in order to become a U.S. citizen. Jorge Sosa, a Moreno...
  • Five months later, Michael Jackson death suit in jury's hands

    Five months later, Michael Jackson death suit in jury's hands
    High on drama and filled with sensational testimony about Michael Jackson’s colorful yet erratic life, jurors Thursday afternoon were handed a wrongful-death case in which the pop star’s mother and three children could be awarded tens of...
  • Jackson-AEG jury deliberations: Singer to blame for own death?

    Jackson-AEG jury deliberations: Singer to blame for own death?
    After a five-month trial, the jury in the Michael Jackson wrongful-death lawsuit against AEG Live will begin its first full day of deliberations on Friday. The Jackson family is seeking personal damages of $85 million to each of Jackson's three children...