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  • 'Doctor's Dilemma' director Dámaso Rodriguez

    'Doctor's Dilemma' director Dámaso Rodriguez
    Every now and then, a play or song or book comes around that perfectly encapsulates the time we live in, despite having been created decades, or even centuries, ago. Such is the case with George Bernard Shaw's "The Doctor's Dilemma," which was first...
  • Nguyen Chi Thien dies at 73; poet, Vietnamese prisoner

    Nguyen Chi Thien dies at 73; poet, Vietnamese prisoner
    The poet was a familiar figure, striding through Little Saigon, sipping tea, sharing wisdom, his head covered with his trademark fedora. He liked to read through the night, not too tired to dissect a bit of homeland politics. He lived simply, renting...
  • reFramed: In conversation with Misha Friedman

     
    Tuberculosis is still a very deadly disease – especially in the former Soviet Union. The number of patients with very difficult to treat forms of tuberculosis is growing steadily in that part of the world. Photographer Misha Friedman has spent the...
  • Pictures in the News | Nov. 13, 2012

     
    Monday's Pictures in the News begins in Japan, where two women take pictures of themselves as they walk along Christmas display in Tokyo that features about 370,000 LED lights....
  • Promised Land

     
    Century-old Llano del Rio—one man’s great hope for a Southern California Socialist utopia...
  • 2012 AIDS meeting: Early treatment is key, experts say

    2012 AIDS meeting: Early treatment is key, experts say
    Treat HIV now, don’t delay: That’s the new advice from the International Antiviral Society-USA,  in a shift from earlier recommendations that called for waiting until a patient’s immune system showed serious damage. Studies show that...
  • Coming back to life after the Holocaust

    Coming back to life after the Holocaust
    "Happy birthday!" my mom and her first cousin will wish each other on Sunday, even though neither was born on Jan. 27. Rather, it's the anniversary of their new lease on life, of the day the Soviet Red Army liberated them from behind the barbed wire of...
  • Dire shortage of medicine reported in Syria as clashes escalate

     
    Escalating violence in Syria has shut down pharmaceutical plants, piling another worry onto the woes facing the Syrian people: Severe shortages of medicine. The World Health Organization warned Tuesday that growing clashes between forces loyal to...
  • Malibu restaurant worker died of natural causes

     
    The Los Angeles County coroner's department has concluded that a Malibu restaurant worker who was found dead in a pool of blood in March died of natural causes. The Sheriff's Department initially reported that Carlos Ivan Rodas, 32, had been......
  • Maria Shriver to USC grads: Focus on now, not what's next

     
    Maria Shriver, award-winning television journalist, best-selling author and former First Lady of California, had some unexpected advice for her daughter and other graduates of USC’s Annenberg School of Communication: Hit the pause button....
  • Cal Poly Pomona students warned about possible tuberculosis case

     
    Students at Cal Poly Pomona are being notified about possible exposure to tuberculosis after a student might have become infected with the disease, school officials said. Public health officials advised the university that a student "might have become...