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  • Q&A: Radiation risks and potassium iodide

     
    An expert on potassium iodide says that Californians should "absolutely not" be taking the drug as a precaution in a Q&A with the Los Angeles Times....
  • ‘Nurse Jackie’ recap: You are stuck with me

     
    Recently, I’ve been trying to figure out where "Nurse Jackie" fits in the echelon of Showtime series. The natural instinct is to group Jackie Peyton with the likes of Nancy Botwin from "Weeds." Both are strong women caught up with......
  • Murderer who tattooed crime on chest was in involved in jail drug ring, detectives say [Updated]

     
    This post has been corrected. See the note at the bottom for details. L.A. County sheriff’s investigators say a Pico Rivera murderer who tattooed his crime on his chest also was involved in attempting to smuggle heroin and methamphetamines into........
  • U.S. Launches Astronaut Alan Shepard: 'Boy What a Ride!'

     
    May 6, 1961: Astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr. was rocketed 115 miles above the Earth in a flawless suborbital flight and recovered safely 302 miles down the Atlantic Missile Range to become America's first man in space, Times space-aviation editor......
  • Francis Avenue Community Garden: a chile-lover's delight

     
    Community Gardens Dispatch No. 17: Francis Avenue, Los Angeles Although the Francis Avenue Community Garden is small -- only 18 10-foot-by-10-foot plots—it's a Meso-America foodies' delight. "This one is hot," said Marta Servin, the caretaker, pointing....
  • Zimbabwe's rhinos are the targets of poachers with advanced technology

     
    HARARE, Zimbabwe — Poachers are using aircraft to hunt and kill rhinoceros, Zimbabwe's wildlife chief said Tuesday, as demand in Asia for their horns' supposed medicinal benefits grows. Seven endangered rhinos were killed in southern Zimbabwe from early...
  • 'House' recap: Meet the parent

     
    Patient presents with symptoms of “acute superhero infarction.” Average Joe (actually, this week, it’s Jack, walking with his daughter in a subway) leaps in front of a train that’s barreling into a station, in order to rescue an ave...
  • Times music writers pick their favorite albums of 2010

     
    In this day and age, critical consensus is hard to come by in the world of popular music. There are as many musical subgenres in 2010 as there were album releases four decades ago, and even the most plugged-in fan......
  • White House: Cocaine market in U.S. under 'stress'

     
    The cocaine market in the United States is under "significant stress," reports the White House's Office of National Drug Control Policy. Cocaine production has dropped in Colombia due to recent eradication efforts, putting stress on the U.S. market in...
  • Consumer Confidential: Chase gets tough, Dannon pays up, more cars recalled

     
    Here's your we-belong-together Wednesday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: -- Chase bank is getting tougher on checking-account customers. The bank is basically saying that customers who don't earn a lot of dinero may soon have to pay......
  • Glendale doctor's medical license revoked

     
    The Medical Board of California revoked Glendale physician Sonia Yacobian's license to practice medicine for failing to show remorse for helping another doctor commit fraud. After pleading guilty to helping Katrin Saroukhanian evade conviction for...