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Good Ben Hunting! Ben Affleck is getting an honorary degree from Brown University. Is this life imitating art? The Academy Award-winning producer and philanthropist, 40, is set to receive the honorary degree from the Providence, R.I.-based...
When fourth-grader Emma Bartelt wanted to wow the judges at her elementary school’s science fair, she knew she had to do something unexpected. All she needed was a box, a jar, three dogs … and an ounce of cocaine. These days, vinegar and...
President Obama plans to attend the April 29 launch of space shuttle Endeavour, adding even more star power to NASA's second-to-last shuttle launch, according to a White House official. The president will bring his wife, Michelle, and two daughters,...
Opinion L.A.College graduation day is a monumental occasion -- parents beaming, graduates donning caps and gowns to pick up their hard-earned diplomas. It turns out it's also a day when some speakers are making a monumental amount of money. Rutgers University......
Top of the TicketCinco de Mayo. Cinco de Mayo. At Obama's White House....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMore than 300 authors will read from their books in English, Spanish, Portuguese and Haitian Creole, at the multiculti fair expected to draw about 250,000 literature fans. Among the big names: Rosie O'Donnell, Nikki Giovanni, Caroline Kennedy, Christopher...
El Nuevo HeraldMIAMI When Berta Soler, leader of Cuba's dissident Ladies in White, returned to the island last month after her first-ever trip abroad, she felt ready to resume the grinding struggle against the communist government. Soler had received a hero's welcome...
Tags: Fidel Castro, Government, Asphyxiation, Punishment, Prisons
Florida International University has become the state's first public college to offer in-state tuition to some immigrants who have yet to achieve full legal status. Under a new policy, Florida students granted temporary federal protection from...
The Miami HeraldMIAMI Thursday's first round of Major League Baseball's annual draft confirmed what scouts have been quietly saying for months this is a relatively bad year for high-end South Florida talent. For the first time since 2003, no players from Miami-Dade or...
Tags: The Miami Herald, Brian Goodwin , Eric Hosmer, J.P. Arencibia, Sports
They move a little slower and don't jump as high, but they maintain the same drive and determination. Nearly 400 participants from around the country competed for titles in five divisions during the annual Men's Masters Basketball Association National...
For years, men and women wanting to take classes at their local community colleges have been discouraged to learn they must complete a remedial program before enrolling in college-level courses. Almost 200,000 students, including recent high-school...
Coral Gables resident Louis Wolfson III has continued a family belief of philanthropy started by his grandfather Col. Mitchell Wolfson. Wolfson, who is chairman of the Pinnacle Housing Group, is highly regarded for his work over the past 30 years as a...
Tags: Coral Gables, Lobbying, Politics, Judaism, Religion and Belief
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