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  • In-N-Out is first post-jail stop for Michael Jackson's physician

    In-N-Out is first post-jail stop for Michael Jackson's physician
    You know that game foodies play -- what you eat for your last supper? There might be a new incarnation of that question: What would your first post-incarceration meal be? We know what Dr. Conrad Murray would say. After serving two years behind bars,...
  • Hustler's Larry Flynt seeks to save his assailant from lethal injection

    Hustler's Larry Flynt seeks to save his assailant from lethal injection
    Larry Flynt wants to stop Missouri from executing the man whose bullet put the publisher of Hustler magazine in a wheelchair for life. Over the weekend, Flynt and the state chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union filed suit to force the state to...
  • Michael Jackson's family says jury form flawed, wants new trial

    Michael Jackson's family says jury form flawed, wants new trial
    Michael Jackson’s mother and three children have filed a motion for a new trial in their wrongful-death case, which ended 2 1/2 months ago when jurors found concert promoter AEG Live not liable for the singer's overdose death. Much of the...
  • Live updates: Michael Jackson jury explains why it sided with AEG

    Live updates: Michael Jackson jury explains why it sided with AEG
    Jurors in the Michael Jackson wrongful-death case sided with AEG Live that the singer's death was a tragedy -- but not one for which the concert promoter was responsible. After three days of deliberations, the jury unanimously agreed that AEG Live hired...
  • Wilshire's bad for cyclists? It doesn't get much better elsewhere.

    Wilshire's bad for cyclists? It doesn't get much better elsewhere.
    Wilshire Boulevard on the Westside: I wouldn't want to ride my bike there. Then again, I don't have to. A lot of cyclists don’t have that choice, though. According to California law, bicyclists have all the rights and responsibilities of motor...
  • If God wanted revenge on cheap politicians

    If God wanted revenge on cheap politicians
    Remember when California mapped earthquake faults throughout the state? The ambitious effort trickled to a stop, with no maps completed from 2004 and 2011, according to records reviewed by The Times. Gasp. ALSO: A propofol-free colonoscopy? Some...
  • Jackson family to 'explore all options' after AEG Live verdict

    Jackson family to 'explore all options' after AEG Live verdict
    Michael Jackson's mother may have lost her main chance at holding AEG Live liable for her son’s death after a jury on Wednesday sided with the concert promoter in a widely watched lawsuit, but an attorney for the family said all options remain on...
  • Michael Jackson-AEG verdict: Jury foreman says 'no winners in this'

    Michael Jackson-AEG verdict: Jury foreman says 'no winners in this'
    A Los Angeles jury on Wednesday found that concert promoter AEG Live was not liable for the death of Michael Jackson, capping a marathon civil trial that laid bare the troubled singer’s health problems, struggles with drugs and fateful attempt at...
  • AEG Live found not liable in Jackson's death

    AEG Live found not liable in Jackson's death
    A Los Angeles jury on Wednesday found that concert promoter AEG Live was not liable for the death of Michael Jackson, capping a marathon civil trial that laid bare the troubled singer's health problems, struggles with drugs and fateful attempt at a...
  • Anthem policy on propofol for colonoscopies may be shortsighted

    Anthem policy on propofol for colonoscopies may be shortsighted
    There is perhaps no better metaphor for the painful relationship between patients and our for-profit healthcare system than the fact that Anthem Blue Cross thinks you don't need anesthesia for a colonoscopy. It's not "medically necessary," the insurer...
  • Letters: Colonoscopies without propofol

    Re "Anthem's propofol policy discourages a vital procedure," Column, Oct. 18 David Lazarus is wrong to expect Anthem Blue Cross to cover propofol sedation for all colonoscopies. Many gastroenterologists such as myself perform colonoscopies under...