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  • PASSINGS: Robert W. Edgar, Chrissy Amphlett, Robert Earl Holding

    PASSINGS: Robert W. Edgar, Chrissy Amphlett, Robert Earl Holding
    Robert W. Edgar Six-term Pennsylvania congressman Robert W. Edgar, 69, who represented Pennsylvania for six terms in the House of Representatives, served as president of the Claremont School of Theology and went on to lead the public interest group...
  • Montel Williams confronts MS head on

    Montel Williams confronts MS head on
    Montel Williams is not your typical pot-smoking snowboarder. Best known as an Emmy-winning talk show host, the former Marine and decorated naval intelligence officer was also a champion boxer, bodybuilder and power-lifter. In 1999, Williams was...
  • Annette Funicello dies at 70; Mouseketeer and 'beach' movie star

    Annette Funicello dies at 70; Mouseketeer and 'beach' movie star
    If you were a girl in the 1950s, Annette Funicello was the ideal of feminine goodness, your fantasy best friend forever. If you were a boy, she was your dream date, demure, doe-eyed and just different enough to set hearts pounding. The most adored of...
  • Evelyn Freeman dies at 96; therapist was pioneer in aging issues

    Evelyn Freeman dies at 96; therapist was pioneer in aging issues
    Evelyn Freeman, a pioneer in the field of aging who in the twilight of her life helped people cope with the challenges of getting older, has died. She was 96. Freeman, who was the longtime director of the senior counseling program at what was then called...
  • A marathon as a full-time caregiver

     
    Sunday's Los Angeles Marathon will be runner John Creel's 60th. He has run at least one marathon in each of the 50 states. More impressive, he has run many of those marathons with his wife, Ingrid, who has multiple sclerosis. He takes her in her...
  • Some women actually have men on the brain

    Some women actually have men on the brain
    For decades after a woman has carried a male child in her womb or shared her mother's womb with a brother, she carries a faint but unmistakable echo of that intimate bond: male fetal DNA that lodges itself in the far recesses of her brain. That...
  • Anthem's mail-order policy may have crossed a legal line

    Anthem's mail-order policy may have crossed a legal line
    Anthem Blue Cross may be breaking California law by requiring some policyholders to buy their prescription drugs from a single mail-order pharmacy, according to the state attorney general's office. Anthem, the state's largest for-profit health insurer,...
  • The Morning Fix: R.I.P. Marvin Hamlisch. The Osbournes vs. NBC.

    The Morning Fix: R.I.P. Marvin Hamlisch. The Osbournes vs. NBC.
    After the coffee. Before wishing I didn't have to wait until next year to see 'The Great Gatsby.' The Skinny: Warner Bros. announced Monday that it was bumping the release of its "The Great Gatsby" adaptation from Christmas to summer 2013, and I'm...
  • At 77, he's running marathons for two

    At 77, he's running marathons for two
    He runs with a cellphone pressed tightly against his hip, but she never calls, so for 26.2 miles he runs with his memories. In the first hour, she is walking again through the German countryside. By the middle of the race, she is dancing again to...
  • Anthem halts plan to require some drug purchases by mail

    Anthem Blue Cross is backing off a decision to require some policyholders to buy their prescription drugs from a single mail-order pharmacy — a requirement that the California attorney general's office said may be illegal. Anthem, California's...
  • Varnette P. Honeywood dies at 59; artist whose work was featured on 'The Cosby Show'

    Varnette P. Honeywood dies at 59; artist whose work was featured on 'The Cosby Show'
    Varnette P. Honeywood, an artist who gained fame when her vivid and joyful portraits of everyday lives of African Americans were prominently featured on TV's "The Cosby Show," has died. She was 59. Honeywood, who was diagnosed with cancer at least two...