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  • L.A. County to bury homeless, poor unclaimed by family members

     
    More than 1,000 bodies unclaimed by family members in L.A. County were to be buried in a mass grave Wednesday. The county performs the burial service every year in December. "These are individuals that, for one reason or another, have no one but the...
  • Three Connecticut girls killed in Christmas Day fire are mourned

     
    A private wake is held for the three girls and their grandparents who were killed in a Christmas Day fire in Stamford, Conn....
  • For sale: Hearse that carried John F. Kennedy's body in Dallas

     
    JFK assassination: The hearse used to carry the body of John F. Kennedy after his assassination will be offered up at an auction. The hearse was the first 1964 model built by the Miller-Meteor Co. of Ohio, and it was the show car at the National Funeral...
  • Whitney Houston: Aretha Franklin, LeAnn Rimes pay tribute

     
    Musical tributes to Whitney Houston will likely ramp up in the coming weeks and months as artists and the industry get a better handle on the pop titan’s tragic passing on Saturday. Yet already some affecting ones have started to appear. Country...
  • Whitney Houston: Family members attend private viewing service

     
    Whitney Houston's closest family and friends gathered Friday evening in Newark, N.J., for a private viewing of the body of the singer, who died Saturday at the Beverly Hilton. Whtiney Houston's mother Cissy Houston, daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown and...
  • Whitney Houston: Radio, flag controversies precede funeral

     
    With Whitney Houston's funeral looming Saturday in her home state, controversies surrounding her death bubbled up on both coasts. One Whitney Houston controversy involved New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, and the other involved Los Angeles talk-radio...
  • Funeral home mistakenly cremated baby's body, lawsuit alleges

     
    A man said he was fired from his job at an Inglewood mortuary after complaining that his employers had cremated a baby’s body without the parents’ permission and disguised their actions by putting a rock in the casket “to give it the...
  • 'The Bachelor' recap: Meet Michelle, Madison and the manscaper

     
    Handsome Brad Womack is the first return bachelor ever. The show's first half-hour is spent reviewing his errant "Bachelor" past, in which he failed to propose to either of the two final women. “I watched the finale –- and I......
  • 'Dexter' recap: Goodbye, Rita Bennett. Goodbye, Dexter Morgan

     
    After the last season of “Dexter,” when John Lithgow, as the Trinity Killer, took the scenery, chewed it up, spit it out and then let it bleed to death in the bathtub, it was hard to imagine where the show......
  • Adrift in a dream's dark side

    Adrift in a dream's dark side
    The low sunlight angling onto Howard Jones Field mimics in intensity the concentration of USC's football players as they hustle through late-afternoon practice. Signal calls, hand-clapping and the bellowing of coaches reverberate against the high walls of...
  • Country music singer-songwriter Vern Gosdin dies

    Country music singer-songwriter Vern Gosdin dies
    Vern Gosdin, a singer-songwriter whose "Chiseled in Stone" was named the Country Music Assn.'s song of the year in 1989, has died. He was 70. FOR THE RECORD: An obituary in Wednesday's A section said the country music singer-songwriter was 70 when he...