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  • Pasadena yoga instructor convicted of sexual battery

    A Pasadena yoga instructor who told female students that his intimate touch would “heal” them has been convicted of sexual battery and will be required to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life, city officials said. A Los...
  • California campground for the homeless is forced to shut down

    California campground for the homeless is forced to shut down
    PLACERVILLE, Calif. — At Hangtown Haven, Wednesdays were family night, and on movie night 30 to 40 residents watched DVDs on a mammoth outdoor TV. Residents nursed one another through drug and alcohol detoxification and helped heart and stroke...
  • Amy Robach: 'GMA' anchor found breast cancer via on-air mammogram

    Amy Robach: 'GMA' anchor found breast cancer via on-air mammogram
    Amy Robach may owe her life to a health segment on "Good Morning America." The 40-year-old newswoman, an anchor for ABC's morning show, discovered she has breast cancer after having what she thought was a routine mammogram for an October piece on the...
  • Khloe Kardashian: We need to talk about Lamar -- but not really

    Khloe Kardashian: We need to talk about Lamar -- but not really
    What a difference a year makes. Khloe Kardashian and husband Lamar Odom at this time last year were promoting their new holiday fragrance, "Unbreakable Joy." "Our goal was to create a scent that embodies that wonderful feeling of pure love,...
  • Amy Robach says on-air mammogram saved her, says 'spread the word'

    Amy Robach says on-air mammogram saved her, says 'spread the word'
    ABC News reporter Amy Robach announced Monday that she has breast cancer — and that she learned about the disease only after her ABC colleagues persuaded her to have a mammogram on “Good Morning America” as part of Breast Cancer...
  • Testosterone medication may boost risk of heart attack, stroke, death

    Testosterone medication may boost risk of heart attack, stroke, death
    Treating low testosterone may be all the rage these days among men of a certain age. But men bothered by a midlife dip in energy and sex drive may want to think twice about bumping up their "low T" with a testosterone supplement, a new study says. The...
  • Yes, men should pay for pregnancy coverage, and here's why

    Yes, men should pay for pregnancy coverage, and here's why
    Anti-Obamacare conservatives are chuckling over an exchange from the House's grilling of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius on Wednesday morning, in which Rep. Renee Ellmers (R-N.C.) challenged Sebelius to explain why men should have to...
  • Review: 'Time of Death' is a moving but too tidy look at dying persons

    Review: 'Time of Death' is a moving but too tidy look at dying persons
    Death is universal, inevitable, irrevocable and profound, and yet even in our reality-fixated times, it is rarely depicted on television. Oh, people die all the time on TV. They fall victim to detective procedurals and hospital dramas, or are killed off...
  • Friday's TV Highlights: 'Great Performances' on PBS

    Friday's TV Highlights: 'Great Performances' on PBS
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 27 - Nov. 2, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     --------------------   SERIES The Carrie Diaries Carrie and Walt...
  • Q&A: Nicole 'Little' Lencioni on Showtime's 'Time of Death'

    Q&A: Nicole 'Little' Lencioni on Showtime's 'Time of Death'
    Death is a common theme on television. We watch people get shot, stabbed, strangled, blown up and more with numbing regularity on a variety of fictional shows. Real death, however, is another thing. It remains a taboo. We shy from it, we fear it, we...
  • 'Boobies bracelets' heading for the Supreme Court?

    'Boobies bracelets' heading for the Supreme Court?
    In 1969, in a case involving children who were disciplined for wearing black armbands to protest the Vietnam War, the Supreme Court ruled that students don't "shed their constitutional rights to freedom of speech or expression at the schoolhouse gate." ...