| Jul 11, 2013
| 3:40 PM
A small O.C.-based company that rushed to offer genetic testing for breast cancer risk, fresh out of a Supreme Court ruling that human genes can’t be patented, is now caught in a new legal battle over its methodology.
Ambry Genetics and Houston-...
| Jun 24, 2013
| 4:50 PM
The U.S. Justice Department has told a court in Florida that the government does not secretly track the location of Americans' cellphones as part of its massive phone surveillance dragnet, but asking experts to believe that assertion has proved to be...
| Jan 17, 2013
| 8:14 AM
The NFL-Wharton Prep Leadership Program for high school athletes entering their senior year will run from June 24-26 at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School in Philadelphia, and all expenses except for travel will be taken care of if you're.......
| Feb 25, 2013
In the mid-1980s, the emerging AIDS epidemic was a high-profile target of vocal conservatives. Politicians and the religious right called for sweeping measures against those diagnosed with AIDS, including quarantine of patients, mandatory screening of...
| Feb 8, 2013
| 8:31 PM
James DePreist, artistic advisor to the Pasadena Symphony and Pops and one of the few African American conductors to lead major orchestras in the United States and abroad, died Friday at his home in Scottsdale, Ariz. He was 76.
The cause was...
| Feb 6, 2013
During the first half of the 20th century, pediatricians generally believed that children's eye problems were largely self-corrective — that a child would grow out of his or her crossed eyes or poor vision. But they were wrong.
Unless a vision...
| May 29, 2013
| 11:21 AM
Maximizing retweets of Twitter posts has always been a science to some Twitter users. They try to post at certain times when a lot of their followers are active. Others try to list the right hashtags or mention accounts of important people. Now, there...
| Jun 2, 2013
| 10:35 AM
Stairmaster for 10 minutes, treadmill for 30 minutes, three sets of 10 repetitions including barbells, dumbbells, weight machines, and then repeat them all.
Although I’m no stranger to the gym, it’s challenging to stay fit and to keep...
| Jan 10, 2013
Ned Wertimer, 89, an actor who played Ralph the doorman on all 11 seasons of the CBS sitcom "The Jeffersons," died Jan. 2 at a Valley Village nursing home of complications from a fall at his Burbank home in November, said his manager, Brad Lemack....
| May 21, 2013
| 10:04 PM
Bernard Waber, 91, the author of such children's favorites as "The House on East 88th Street" and "Lyle, Lyle Crocodile," died Thursday at his Long Island, N.Y., home after a long illness, according to a statement from his publisher, Houghton Mifflin...
| May 10, 2013
| 9:28 PM
The financial crisis fueled anger with the world's "takers" — those people who "like to get more than they give," in author Adam Grant's pithy definition.
Everyone is searching for a sustainable formula for recovery that not only curbs damaging...