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  • Las Vegas shooting: 'Kenny Clutch's' father tearfully defends son

     
    The father of "Kenny Clutch," the Oakland rapper killed in a shooting and crash on the Las Vegas Strip, defended his son at a news conference as police named Ammar Asim Faruq Harris, 26, as a suspect in the shooting....
  • Father goes to strip club, leaves 2-year-old in cold car, LAPD says

     
    A father allegedly left his 2-year-old daughter in a truck while he went inside a strip club to drink, according to the Los Angeles Police Department....
  • South Africa teens often become moms

    South Africa teens often become moms
    MAVELA, South Africa — Her grandmother was an alcoholic and her mother was a prostitute, strangled by a client. The child of another of her mother's customers, Nicolene Marx grew up in a poor Durban neighborhood with scant hope of escaping. Then...
  • John Keegan dies at 78; military historian wrote 'Face of Battle'

    John Keegan dies at 78; military historian wrote 'Face of Battle'
    John Keegan, a British military historian whose critically acclaimed books spanned ancient and modern warfare and included the bestselling "The Face of Battle," has died. He was 78. Keegan died Thursday at his home in Kilmington, England, according to...
  • Alan Sillitoe dies at 82; chronicled postwar Britain

    British writer Alan Sillitoe, whose "Saturday Night and Sunday Morning" and "The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner" chronicled the bleak postwar realities of Britain's poor, died Sunday. He was 82. The writer's son, David, said his father had died...
  • PASSINGS: Egon Ronay, Peter Keefe, Tom Stith, F. James McDonald

    PASSINGS: Egon Ronay, Peter Keefe, Tom Stith, F. James McDonald
    Egon Ronay English food critic wrote restaurant guides Egon Ronay, 94, an English food critic whose eponymous restaurant guides helped Britain embrace fine dining after years of postwar austerity, died Saturday at his home west of London after a short...
  • To catch a Kony, cash won't cut it

     
    The Kony video: You love it or you hate it. Or, if you're a truly world-weary Web troll who mocks memes rather than makes them, you're way, way above it. Meanwhile, if you're an opinionator for the dead-tree media, you......
  • AIDS drugs restore Africans' life expectancy

    AIDS drugs restore Africans' life expectancy
    In the United States and Europe, antiretroviral drugs haveĀ changed HIV infection from an early death sentence to a lifelong but manageable condition. Many international philanthropies have contended that these medicationsĀ could do the same in poor...
  • On World AIDS Day, activists condemn global donor shortfalls

     
    Activists warn that donor shortfalls on global AIDS funding will kill many people. On World AIDS Day activists predicted that severe shortfalls in the Global Fund grants for AIDS, TB and malaria due to donor fatigue would cost many lives, particularly...
  • Art review: 'Alina Szapocznikow: Sculpture Undone' at Hammer Museum

     
    Christopher Knight reviews "Alina Szapocznikow: Sculpture Undone, 1955-1972" at the UCLA Hammer Museum....
  • Lesbian activist in Uganda, where homosexuality is illegal

     
    It’s already illegal to have sex with someone of the same gender in Uganda. For three years, religious activists have prodded the African nation to impose more severe punishments. Ugandan lawmakers are again debating a bill that would impose lengthy...