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  • Dante 'Gluefingers' Lavelli dies at 85; sure-handed Cleveland Browns receiver

    Hall of Famer Dante "Gluefingers" Lavelli, a sure-handed receiver who helped the Cleveland Browns build a pro football dynasty in the 1940s and '50s, died Tuesday night at a Cleveland hospital. He was 85. Lavelli had been hospitalized with congestive...
  • Warren Christopher dies at 85; Clinton secretary of State's quiet diplomacy was prized from Washington to L.A.

    Warren Christopher dies at 85; Clinton secretary of State's quiet diplomacy was prized from Washington to L.A.
    Warren Christopher, the former secretary of State and eminence grise of the Democratic Party whose achievements in a wide-ranging public career include brokering the Bosnian peace agreement for the Clinton administration and leading an independent...
  • At last, Hollywood serves up some well-done chefs

    Something fresh happens onscreen in "No Reservations," the newest in that newly burgeoning genre, American foodie cinema, and it's not the sea bass poached in a court bouillon with sautéed batonnet of carrots and zucchini (though that fish with vegetables...
  • Atom bombs' fallout still felt by Japanese survivors in Southland

    More than anything else, the colors remain vividly etched in Kaz Suyeishi's mind when she recalls that fateful August day more than six decades ago as the world's first atomic bomb exploded over her family's hometown of Hiroshima. The beautiful blue of...
  • With faux sugars, real suspicion

    What is it about artificial sweeteners? As never before, they pervade the American diet -- in pink, yellow and blue packets on diner counters, in sugar-free cookies and diet juices, in sodas and smoothies and low-calorie yogurt and boxes of powder for...
  • Science and medical leaders

    Science and medical leaders Judah Folkman, 74; groundbreaking cancer researcher (Jan. 14) Peter Staudhammer, 73; TRW engineer helped design the engine that landed astronauts on the moon Werner K. Dahm, 90; aerodynamics expert worked on the early...
  • Mercedes ML320 CDI: Better diesel living through chemistry

    Mercedes ML320 CDI: Better diesel living through chemistry
    I refuse to go down the path of juvenile humor simply because the magic ingredient in Mercedes-Benz's new California-legal diesels, such as the ML320 CDI, is urea -- which also happens to be the magic ingredient in urine. That's rule No. 1. Still, I...
  • Family doctoring -- it's a three-ring circus

    Family doctoring -- it's a three-ring circus
    SOMETIMES MY work as a doctor feels like a regular three-ring circus. Three rings under the big top, each with something compelling going on. You dare not take your eyes off ring No. 1 for fear of missing something. But the lion tamer is strolling into...
  • John McCain's doctors give him clean bill of health

    John McCain's doctors give him clean bill of health
    John McCain is in good health despite a 15-year history of skin cancers, including a minor case as recently as February, and bouts with precancerous polyps in his colon, cysts in his kidney and stones in his bladder, his doctors said Friday. McCain, 71,...
  • Dominick Dunne dies at 83; author and former Hollywood producer

    Dominick Dunne dies at 83; author and former Hollywood producer
    Dominick Dunne, the bestselling novelist and Vanity Fair writer who chronicled the misdeeds of the rich and famous with wicked glee -- most memorably in his highly personal accounts of the trials of Claus von Bulow, the Menendez brothers and O.J....
  • Backpacking products for a better outing

    Backpacking products for a better outing
    When times get tough, people go hiking. That's the news from a CBS News/New York Times poll released a couple of weeks ago, which found that recession-wracked Americans are now getting by on less, doing more and valuing experiences over things. High on...