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  • Was Rudyard Kipling a plagiarist?

    Was Rudyard Kipling a plagiarist?
    A letter, written by British author Rudyard Kipling in 1895, is up for auction by Anderson Autographs, the Telegraph reported. In it, Kipling confesses to it being "extremely possible" that he "promiscuously" borrowed from the work of others while writing...
  • George Michael accident: Singer leaves hospital after two weeks

    George Michael accident: Singer leaves hospital after two weeks
    George Michael has been released from the hospital where he was being treated for injuries sustained in a car accident in England nearly two weeks ago. The former Wham! frontman, whose real name is Georgios Panayiotou, was being treated for various...
  • Harold Shapero, neo-classical composer at Brandeis, dies at 93

    Harold Shapero, neo-classical composer at Brandeis, dies at 93
    Harold Shapero, the American composer and pianist who was associated with the neo-classical style of music and who was a longtime professor at Brandeis University, died Friday of complications from pneumonia. He was 93 and lived in Massachusetts....
  • PASSINGS: Flynn Robinson, Steve Forrest, Mack Emerman

    PASSINGS: Flynn Robinson, Steve Forrest, Mack Emerman
    Flynn Robinson Guard in Lakers 1971 championship team Flynn Robinson, 72, a flashy guard who was a member of the 1971-72 Lakers team that brought Los Angeles its first NBA title, died Thursday at Keck Hospital in Los Angeles from complications related...
  • Two Hall of Famers the Dodgers forgot

    Two Hall of Famers the Dodgers forgot
    Zack Wheat is remembered frequently in a town in the middle of Missouri, his great-grandson often pulling out a Bull Durham cigar pin bearing the likeness of the most prolific hitter in Dodgers franchise history. "He was such a kind man, such a great...
  • George Michael car crash results in cuts, bruises for singer

    George Michael car crash results in cuts, bruises for singer
    Singer George Michael has been involved in a car crash in England that resulted in a helicopter airlift to a hospital. The former Wham! singer, 49, was a passenger in his Range Rover on London's M1 highway Thursday when the accident occurred around 5:50...
  • Ken Venturi, 1964 U.S. Open champion, dies at 82

    Ken Venturi, 1964 U.S. Open champion, dies at 82
    Ken Venturi, a San Francisco native and the 1964 U.S. Open golf champion, has died. He was 82. Matt Venturi says his father died Friday afternoon at a hospital in Rancho Mirage, Calif., after a two-month battle with a spinal infection, pneumonia and...
  • How to avoid a return to the hospital

    How to avoid a return to the hospital
    The only thing less pleasant than a stay in the hospital is having to go right back there to deal with complications. And experts say it happens all too often. One in 8 elderly patients is readmitted to the hospital within 30 days of being discharged...
  • California calls for more disclosure of medical costs [video chat]

    California calls for more disclosure of medical costs [video chat]
    California officials are looking to build on a federal effort to disclose more healthcare pricing information to consumers. Medicare officials released new data this week that showed wildly different hospital charges across the nation for 100 of the...
  • Longtime L.A. news anchor Mario Machado dead

    Longtime L.A. news anchor Mario Machado dead
    Mario Machado, a longtime Los Angeles television news anchor and reporter who also played a newsman in a number of films and television shows, has died at a West Hills convalescent facility, said his daughter Michelle. He was 78. Machado, who worked...
  • Hilary Koprowski dies at 96; developed oral vaccine for polio

    Hilary Koprowski dies at 96; developed oral vaccine for polio
    Hilary Koprowski, a Polish-born researcher who developed the first successful oral vaccine for polio, has died. He was 96. Koprowski died of pneumonia April 11 at his Philadelphia home, said his son, Dr. Christopher Koprowski, a radiation oncologist....