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  • Stop calling O'Reilly names

    Armed with propaganda, and dangerous with ideological fervor, Los Angeles Times columnist Rosa Brooks stated flat-out that the anchor of The O'Reilly Factor, Bill O'Reilly, calls people names every 6.8 seconds in his opening monologue. Anyone who watches...
  • Prepare for North Korean instability

    Prepare for North Korean instability
    North Korean leader Kim Jong Il finally emerged late last month after reportedly suffering a major stroke six months ago. Although dispelling one rumor -- he didn't die -- his appearance did nothing to stop speculation about his health and who will...
  • A right to not be offended?

    Today, Lukianoff and Shermer discuss what roles, if any, a school has in monitoring the expressions of its students. Previously, they weighed accusations of widespread bias in college classrooms. Later in the week, they'll debate ideological diversity...
  • Bill O'Reilly and Krippendorff's Alpha

    As authors of a study on Bill O'Reilly's rhetoric, we would like to thank the Los Angeles Times, other journalists, media watch Web sites, and bloggers who have brought our research to a wider audience. We are pleased that our work has sparked vigorous...
  • Robert Gumbiner dies at 85; HMO pioneer founded Museum of Latin American Art

    Robert Gumbiner, a physician and HMO pioneer who built the managed-care giant FHP and then used his fortune to found the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach, has died. He was 85. Gumbiner died of prostate cancer Tuesday at his Long Beach home,...
  • Gale Storm dies at 87; star of 1950s sitcoms

    Gale Storm, who shot to the top on television as the vivacious star of two popular 1950s situation comedies, "My Little Margie" and "The Gale Storm Show: Oh! Susanna," has died. She was 87. Storm, who also had a successful recording career during her...
  • Lou Saban dies at 87; NFL coach and Yankees executive

    Lou Saban dies at 87; NFL coach and Yankees executive
    Lou Saban, who coached O.J. Simpson in the NFL and ran the New York Yankees for George Steinbrenner during a well-traveled career as a coach and administrator that spanned five decades, died Sunday. He was 87. Saban died at his home in North Myrtle...
  • PASSINGS

    Jim Owens Ex-coach of Huskies Jim Owens, 82, an All-American end at the University of Oklahoma under legendary football coach Bud Wilkinson who later coached the University of Washington for 18 seasons, died Saturday at his home in Bigfork, Mont. The...
  • Dr. John Visher dies at 88; psychiatrist co-founded stepfamilies group

    Dr. John Visher, a California psychiatrist whose struggle with remarriage issues led him to co-found a national organization to advocate for stepfamilies, died April 17 at his home in the Bay Area city of Walnut Creek. He was 88. Visher had pancreatic...
  • Melvin Simon dies at 82; shopping center magnate

    Melvin Simon, who started what is now the country's largest shopping mall company and owned the NBA's Indiana Pacers with his brother, died Wednesday in Indianapolis, a spokesman said. He was 82. Les Morris, a spokesman for Simon Property Group, which...
  • Myles Brand dies at 67; NCAA president

    Myles Brand dies at 67; NCAA president
    Myles Brand, the NCAA president who is credited with helping to streamline and reform the governing body of collegiate sports but is best remembered as the Indiana University president who fired legendary basketball coach Bob Knight, has died. He was 67....