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Culture MonsterEUGENE, ORE. -- Oh dear. We all knew Conan OâBrien had been hurting in recent weeks, but did anyone expect that he would grow a Robinson Crusoe beard and put on enough weight to earn a place on âThe Biggest......
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersTwo days before the New Hampshire primary that could make or break his White House candidacy, a combative Mitt Romney quarreled with rivals John McCain and Mike Huckabee over taxes, crime and job experience in a testy Republican debate that exposed...
If you turned on C-SPAN on Tuesday and thought for a moment that you'd punched in some all-action-movie channel by mistake, I can't blame you. What was coming out of the television? Talk of Christmas Eve gunplay in Baghdad. An Iraqi vice president's...
Tags: Holidays, Police, Fires, Disasters and Accidents, Dick Cheney
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe video lasts just more than three minutes. But that's long enough to raise some nasty doubts about John McCain's reputation as a straight talker. There's the Arizona senator arguing both sides of President Bush's tax cuts. Here's the supposed...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersGray-haired veterans in narrow VFW caps dotted the crowds, pledging their undying allegiance. Independent voters quibbled and complained about concerns on some policy details, then said they would sign on, all the same. Reporters fought for the few...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAs the Mike Huckabee campaign prepared to air a television advertisement attacking Mitt Romney in the last days before the Iowa caucuses, one crucial player argued strenuously against the spot. Her name was Janet Huckabee. Mike Huckabee would...
Tags: Charity, Politics, Career and Workplace, Family, Death
Hollywood action star Chuck Norris, known for his martial arts prowess and tough-guy image, has become a cult figure among the U.S. military in Iraq and an unlikely hero for some in Iraq's security forces. A small cardboard shrine is dedicated to...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersThe three major Democratic candidates today took part together in a South Carolina rally honoring slain civil rights leader the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., adopting a conciliatory tone after a week of traded barbs and false rumors. Sen. Barack Obama...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersRepublican presidential hopefuls jousted over taxes and the nation's economic slowdown Thursday in a tranquil debate that belied their fierce rivalry five days before a Florida primary that will mark a major turning point in the race. The five candidates...
At Christmastime, it's easy to forget that shopping isn't just a social duty. It's also a patriotic one. Nine days after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, President Bush made that point by asking Americans for their "continued participation and confidence in...
Joe Hyams, a former Hollywood columnist and bestselling author of books ranging from biographies of Humphrey Bogart and James Dean to a popular tome on Eastern philosophy, has died. He was 85. Hyams, a longtime Los Angeles resident who moved to Penrose,...
Times Staff WriterCalifornians have never known more about a new governor. We've seen him naked on screen. We know about the Nazi father, the celebrity journalist wife, the bodybuilding titles and the crude behavior toward women. We have seen him in theaters, fallen asleep...
Tags: George W. Bush, Family, David Dreier, Local Elections, England
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