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Nation NowThe 2011 Atlantic hurricane season officially ends on Wednesday, making the sixth straight year a major hurricane did not make landfall in the United States....
GreenspaceU.S. wetland loss greatest in the Southeast and lower Mississippi River region...
Nation NowArctic storm sweeping in off the Bering Sea the equivalent of a Category 3 hurricane, authorities say...
GreenspaceEfforts to slow the dramatic loss of Louisiana wetlands appear to be paying off, according to a new study by federal scientists. A report released by the U.S. Geological Survey this month found that the rate of wetland loss has......
Culture MonsterBroadway sees ticket revenue fall by more than 40% due to Hurricane Irene. The phone-hacking scandal in Britain is the basis for six new plays at a London theater....
Top of the TicketWill Katia be the next big storm allowing politicians to perform at the emergency-ready?...
As the owner of a communications agency in Del Mar, Calif., Andy Abramson travels often. In fact, he's had two accidents in the last two years while he was driving rental cars. In the first case, a car collided with Abramson's rental. His insurance...
Show Tracker"Thank you for all the material," Jay Leno said to former President George W. Bush on Thursday night's episode of "The Tonight Show." It had been 10 years since Bush appeared on the program, but he came with jokes ready.......
Opinion L.A.President Obama can't seem to get a break. The unemployment rate is down (from 9.8% in November to 8.9% in February), which is great news for the economic recovery. But now the cost of oil has skyrocketed, resulting in astronomical......
Special to the Los Angeles Times"Hey, got any extra Jimmy Buffett tickets?" The two 50ish retirees, both wearing sunglasses and hoop earrings, laughed as they tried to get passersby to stop and chat awhile, a Southerner's favorite pastime on sleepy summer days. And on this overcast...
Culture MonsterThere was a time when the domed stadium was a leading architectural symbol of modernity and American building prowess. When Houston's Astrodome opened in 1965, for example, it was hailed as an engineering breakthrough and as the Eighth Wonder of......
La PlazaHomeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano temporarily halted deportations Wednesday of some Haitians illegally in the U.S. in response to the Caribbean nation's devastating earthquake. Those with deportation orders will be allowed to remain in the U.S....
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