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  • Shuttle Endeavour won't arrive at museum until 6 a.m. at earliest

     
    The space shuttle Endeavour will not arrive at the California Science Center until 6 a.m. at the earliest....
  • 30,000 expected for AIDS Walk on Sunday, organizers say

     
    AIDS WALK LA: Around 30,000 people are expected to fill Los Angeles streets Sunday to participate in the 28th annual AIDS Walk with the aim of raising funds for continued education and prevention of spread of the disease, organizers of the event said....
  • Newport Beach boat builder's dream may have finally run aground

     
    A Newport Beach boat builder’s efforts to restore a historic 1916 sailboat in a yard at his home may have finally run aground. After Dennis Holland, 67, missed an Aug. 30 date to disassemble the Shawnee, Newport Beach city attorneys......
  • Gabriel Garcia Marquez unable to write, brother says

     
    According to his brother, Nobel prizewinning author Gabriel Garcia Marquez is suffering from dementia and is no longer able to write....
  • L.A. Now Live: After a long fight with cancer, facing death at 19

     
    Times reporter Tom Curwen will join L.A. Now Live at 9 a.m. Monday to discuss his story about Jesus Garcia, a 19-year-old diagnosed with a brain tumor....
  • Baseball: Pitcher Nick Hurtado dies of bone cancer at 21

     
    Nick Hurtado, a former Corona Santiago pitching standout who offered inspiration and hope by the way he battled during his fight with bone cancer, died on Friday night. He was 21. "Nick had the most amazing strength and the most......
  • Venezuela President Hugo Chavez wins reelection, officials say

     
    Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez apparently won re-election by a convincing margin Sunday with allegiance among poor voters to his socialist revolution trumping dissatisfaction with a flaccid economy, rising crime and an increasingly polarized society....
  • Beyond Chemotherapy

    Beyond Chemotherapy
    Fighting cancer has never been easy. But new research — much of it being done in Southern California — is pointing toward a future in which patients will receive precisely targeted treatments that are more effective and have fewer side...
  • Men's Health Spotlight

    Men's Health Spotlight
    Robotic surgery was initially developed to target prostate cancer — and today four in five prostectomies are performed by this revolutionary system, according to the National Cancer Institute. Although robotics — the pioneering da Vinci...
  • Anthem clerical error adds anxiety to woman's breast cancer fight

    Anthem clerical error adds anxiety to woman's breast cancer fight
    Ann Walton-Teter was diagnosed with breast cancer in September. About a month later, she was informed by her health insurer, Anthem Blue Cross, that her coverage had been canceled because of a missed payment. Anthem would eventually admit that it was...
  • Review: Junot Díaz on fire again in 'This Is How You Lose Her'

     Review: Junot Díaz on fire again in 'This Is How You Lose Her'
    This Is How You Lose Her Junot Díaz Riverhead: 224 pp., $26.95 In the age of e-books and Twitter novels, we old-fashioned, language-loving followers of literature can feel a bit glum. Gadgets seem to matter more than writers do. Then a book like...