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  • Louisiana's Mary Landrieu adopts risky strategy in bid to keep Senate seat

    Louisiana's Mary Landrieu adopts risky strategy in bid to keep Senate seat
    METAIRIE, La. — In the months before Congress passed the president's healthcare law, Sen. Mary L. Landrieu faced a deluge: The office phones rang off the hook, the mail was heavy and a few restive constituents — well aware of the cameras — showed up at her events urging her to vote against it.
  • Terry Callier dies at 67; vocalist, musician

    Terry Callier dies at 67; vocalist, musician
    Terry Callier, a singer-songwriter who captivated a cult following with his quietly hypnotic baritone voice and hard-to-classify music that combined elements of folk, blues and jazz, died of cancer Oct. 27 at a hospital in Chicago. He was 67. Callier...

    Fuel prices fall, but consumer groups want action to reduce oil dependency

     
    Crude oil and retail fuel prices are falling, but not fast enough to please representatives of a broad coalition of consumer groups demanding long-term action to increase fuel efficiency and reduce dependence on fossil fuels. U.S. households will spend...

    Several Senate races tighten; write-in Lisa Murkowski closes on Republican Joe Miller [Update]

     
    New polls show race snapshots as early voting begins in many states as soon as next week.

    Valenti Defends Movie Ratings System

    I have been an avid reader and admirer of The LA Times for 40 years. I write you now to give you a brief résumé of the movie industry's voluntary film rating system. The facts of its birth, design and collide with your Oct. 14 editorial First, the...