| Mar 10, 2010
| 4:33 PM
The American Book Review has taken stock of literature and come up with its Top 40 Bad Books. The list targets some big, popular favorites -- F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic "The Great Gatsby," Richard Yates' "Revolutionary Road," the James Bond......
| Apr 15, 2010
| 4:35 PM
Angry Fox News executives ordered host Sean Hannity to abandon plans to broadcast his nightly show as part of a Tea Party rally in Cincinnati on Thursday after top executives learned that he was set to headline the event, proceeds......
| Apr 23, 2010
| 4:35 PM
After Fox Newsâ last-minute recall of Sean Hannity from a tea party event in Cincinnati last week, the network vowed to do a thorough post-mortem to determine how the host ended up being listed as the headliner of a political......
| May 17, 2010
For decades, people have been ignoring advice to eat less salt — in large part because it's hard to avoid. Processed and restaurant foods are simply loaded with sodium.
Now, under growing pressure from doctors, consumers, states, advocacy groups...
| Jun 13, 2010
Even though most people call him Coach, John Wooden prefers to think of himself as a teacher, and not just one who taught hundreds of UCLA basketball players during his 27 seasons coaching the Bruins. His "Pyramid of Success," a diagram of core values,...
| Jun 24, 2010
Former Hawaii Supreme Court Chief Justice William S. Richardson, who pushed for statehood and became one of Hawaii's most influential figures, has died. He was 90.
Richardson, the namesake for the University of Hawaii's law school, died Monday at a...
| Feb 2, 2010
UCLA professor of healthcare
Dr. Charles Lewis, 81, a longtime UCLA professor whose research included preventive medicine, AIDS and delivery of healthcare, died Jan. 7 at his home in Los Angeles after a long illness, his family said....
| Feb 14, 2010
About 100 miles southeast of Tucson is the historic gold and copper mining town of Bisbee.
The once-bustling city has been transformed into an artisan community, with an almost cult-like following among returning tourists. In a town historically...
| Oct 31, 2010
Lather, rinse, repeat. We all do it. Whether it's with a product that's foamy and fragrant or runny and medicinal, green and pearlescent or clear and perfume-free, Americans spend $1.4 billion on shampoo annually, according to SymphonyIRI Group, a...
| Dec 27, 2010
| 10:48 AM
More and more kids these days seem to have food allergies, and peanut-free classrooms are becoming the norm in many elementary schools.
In trying to characterize the apparent increase, scientists have identified two distinct trends. The first is that...
| May 30, 2011
If you answered no, hooray for you! (And, by the way, what planet are you from?)
But if you answered yes (like any normal member of the human race), you're likely heartened by the arrival of vacation season. Just the ticket for a little...