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  • Kenyan police say Nairobi blast was a bomb attack

     
    Kenyan police say Nairobi blast that injured more than 30 people was a bomb attack: Kenyan police said Tuesday a blast that injured more than 30 people in a Nairobi shopping center the day before was caused by a homemade bomb, following reports that a...
  • Woman hurt when horse-drawn carriage overturns

     
    A woman suffered head injuries Saturday in Burbank after her horse-drawn carriage overturned and she was ejected from the vehicle, police said....
  • Junior Seau had brain disease at time of suicide, tests show

     
    Advanced tests done at the National Institutes of Health on the brain of football star Junior Seau, who committed suicide in May, showed he had signs of a degenerative brain disease, the Associated Press reported. The examination of Seau's brain......
  • Tennis umpire's husband had superficial head wound, report says

     
    When prosecutors decided to drop a murder charge against professional tennis umpire Lois Goodman, they gave no explanation. But a defense team pathology report by a former New York medical examiner reveals the head wound authorities had portrayed as...
  • Saturday's college football TV lineup

    Saturday's college football TV lineup
    Break out the chips and cold drinks, but let Chris Dufresne handle the remote. Each Friday, the Times' national college football writer handicaps what's worth watching, and skipping, on Saturday's menu of games. MORNING No. 15 Texas (4-1) vs. No. 13...
  • No on Measure B

    No on Measure B
    Performers in adult films risk their health and their very lives to do their controversial work. Despite advances in the treatment of HIV, there is not yet a cure for the virus, which causes AIDS. New, more virulent and in some cases reportedly...
  • Tom Brady's father questions if he'd let his son play football

    Tom Brady's father questions if he'd let his son play football
    With all of the recent discoveries about the dangers of concussions, Tom Brady's father said that he's not sure if he would have let his son play football if knew then what he knows now. "No, not without hesitation," Brady Sr. told Michael Silver of...
  • PASSINGS: LeRoy Ellis, Jack Twyman

    LEROY ELLIS Ex-Laker backed up Wilt Chamberlin on 1971-72 title team LeRoy Ellis, 72, a first-round draft pick of the Lakers in 1962 who was the backup center to Wilt Chamberlin on the 1971-72 NBA championship team, died Saturday in Portland, Ore.,...
  • Talk of eliminating kickoffs brings up issue of safety vs. sanctity

    Talk of eliminating kickoffs brings up issue of safety vs. sanctity
    Are NFL kickoffs in their final days? Nothing's official, of course, but it's clear the league is determined to find a safer alternative to one of football's most exciting plays. Commissioner Roger Goodell said this week that the competition committee...
  • Speech, border security vote are Giffords' final acts in Congress

    Speech, border security vote are Giffords' final acts in Congress
    In a part homecoming and part farewell, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords is expected to return to the House chamber for President Obama's State of the Union speech as she bows out of public life to focus on her recovery. The Arizona Democrat has left an indelible...
  • PASSINGS: Theo Angelopoulos, Wesley Brown

    PASSINGS: Theo Angelopoulos, Wesley Brown
    Theo Angelopoulos Award-winning Greek filmmaker Theo Angelopoulos, 76, an award-winning Greek filmmaker known for his slow and dreamlike style as a director, was killed in a road accident Tuesday in Athens. Police and hospital officials said...