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  • Exclusive: Farel Dalrymple’s ‘The Wrenchies’ cover revealed

     
    Imagine a world in which children brutally slay demons in order to survive, knowing that when they grow up, they'll […]...
  • Cameron Diaz gets back to basics in 'The Body Book'

     Cameron Diaz gets back to basics in 'The Body Book'
    Appearances to the contrary, actress Cameron Diaz wasn't always the picture of health. A few months of kung fu training changed all that, and now she's written a guide for women to make smart decisions about their bodies. For Diaz, "The Body Book" is...
  • Southbound 405 Freeway to be closed overnight in Sepulveda Pass

    Southbound 405 Freeway to be closed overnight in Sepulveda Pass
    The southbound 405 Freeway from the 101 Freeway to Getty Center Drive in the Sepulveda Pass will close Saturday night for construction. Lane closures will begin at 11 p.m., officials said. All lanes will be blocked by 2 a.m. Sunday. Lanes are...
  • Home builder confidence slips slightly but still high at start of 2014

    Home builder confidence slips slightly but still high at start of 2014
    Home builder confidence slipped in January, in part on lower expectations for future sales, according to a trade group. The reading on the National Assn. of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index fell one point from December to 56 this month....
  • Jerry Brown is said to support ballot measure for rainy day fund

    Jerry Brown is said to support ballot measure for rainy day fund
    SACRAMENTO -- Gov. Jerry Brown will join the push for a new ballot measure to help California stockpile cash as a buffer against future recessions, according to two Capitol officials. The proposed measure, which would need approval from two-thirds of...
  • Cruising British Columbia's Gulf Islands, luxury toy box in tow

    Cruising British Columbia's Gulf Islands, luxury toy box in tow
    GULF ISLANDS, Canada — "I'm not ashamed to say it," Colin Griffinson says, as he scans the island-dotted Strait of Georgia, "I have wooden boat disease!" And as he spins the very big wheel of his 1943 Pacific Yellowfin, one of a string of wooden...
  • Kings, Ducks unveil jerseys for Stadium Series [Video]

    Kings, Ducks unveil jerseys for Stadium Series [Video]
    If you have a particular fondness for those eye-popping bright orange safety vests that construction workers wear, well then, the Anaheim Ducks' jersey for the upcoming Stadium Series at Dodger Stadium might be just for you. The Kings' jersey for this...
  • Keystone XL pipeline prepares for start-up of southern section

    Keystone XL pipeline prepares for start-up of southern section
    About 3 million barrels of crude are being loaded into the southern section of the Keystone XL pipeline as operators prepare to start operations next month, even as environmental critics continue to assail the safety of the project and lament legal...
  • U.S. pessimism sets in over Iran nuclear talks

    U.S. pessimism sets in over Iran nuclear talks
    WASHINGTON — Three weeks after President Obama hailed a landmark deal to suspend most of Iran's nuclear program for the next six months, the mood among U.S. officials about the next round of negotiations has shifted from elated to somber, even...
  • Making the Rim fire damage worse

    Making the Rim fire damage worse
    The Stanislaus National Forest was a thickly forested wonderland of streams, wildlife and campgrounds until last summer's Rim fire — started by a hunter's illegal campfire — scorched more than 250,000 acres of it and the adjacent Yosemite...
  • Iran lawmakers threaten nuclear speed-up if Congress adds sanctions

    Iran lawmakers threaten nuclear speed-up if Congress adds sanctions
    TEHRAN -- More than a third of Iran’s parliament has signed on to a bill ordering an acceleration of the country’s nuclear program if Congress follows through with new sanctions, lawmakers said. In a gesture apparently intended as...