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Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan, born July 2, 1986, is an actress who grew up on Long Island and starred in movies including "Freaky Friday," "Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen," "Mean Girls" and "Herbie: Fully Loaded." She also has released two pop music albums. Her off-screen and off-stage life has faced scrutiny following highly publicized car accidents, arrests and admittance to alcohol and drug rehabilitation programs. (Photo GETTY IMAGES)
Lindsay Lohan, born July 2, 1986, is an actress who grew up on Long Island and starred in movies including "Freaky Friday," "Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen," "Mean Girls" and "Herbie: Fully Loaded." She also has released two pop music albums. Her off-screen and off-stage life has faced scrutiny following highly publicized car accidents, arrests and admittance to alcohol and drug rehabilitation programs. (Photo GETTY IMAGES) « Show less

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  • Lockyer seeks legal opinion on school construction bond campaigns

     
    State Treasurer Bill Lockyer sought a legal opinion from Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris to determine if some local education officials and the municipal finance firms they employ are violating state law by campaigning to get school construction bonds passed....
  • Cal State Long Beach president finalist for LSU post

     
    Cal State Long Beach President F. King Alexander has been recommended to become the next president of Louisiana State University, Long Beach officials announced Tuesday. A presidential search committee presented the recommendation this week to the LSU...
  • Motorcyclist killed after crashing into stopped car on 91 Freeway

     
    A 21-year-old man was killed Sunday night after he crashed his motorcycle into a car that had stopped for another traffic collision on the 91 Freeway in Bellflower, authorities said....
  • Bauhaus singer Peter Murphy pleads not guilty to DUI charges

     
    Bauhaus lead singer Peter Murphy pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges that he allegedly rear-ended a vehicle in Glendale and fled to Los Angeles, where an eyewitness blocked his Subaru until police arrived....
  • U.S. Army Corp's Sepulveda Basin plan on hold

     
    Bird watchers angered by the destruction of 43 acres of a wildlife preserve at Sepulveda Basin got a promise from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers that it wouldn’t remove any more vegetation until at least mid-September....
  • Bauhaus singer Peter Murphy to go on tour despite DUI charge

     
    Bauhaus lead singer Peter Murphy plans to go on tour beginning next month despite being charged with driving under the influence in Glendale, his attorney said. Murphy pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges that he allegedly rear-ended a vehicle in......
  • 2 fatally stabbed, shot outside Downey sports bar

     
    Police were investigating on Monday the fatal stabbing and shooting of two men outside a sports bar in Downey. Officers responded about 2 a.m. Sunday to a fight and stabbing reported in the parking lot of George’s Restaurant and Bar......
  • Freeway crashes gnarl Monday morning commutes

     
    A pair of car crashes on Los Angeles-area freeways ground morning commutes to a crawl Monday. About 5:30 a.m., witnesses reported an overturned Toyota Camry on the northbound 5 Freeway near Colorado Street in Glendale. The two right lanes were......
  • Drug ring may be behind $4 million in pot found on beach

     
    Santa Barbara County officials are investigating after $4 million in marijuana was found on a local beach. It was the latest of several marijuana drops on beaches along the Central Coast, and officials said drug smugglers have been increasingly using........
  • Parolee accused of shooting Fullerton police officer

     
    A 29-year-old parolee gang member acquitted two weeks ago in an attempted murder and carjacking case is now being charged with shooting a Fullerton police officer multiple times at close range, the Orange County district attorney’s office said in a....
  • L.A. school board targets Garcia with term-limits vote

     
    A narrow majority of Los Angeles Board of Education members voted Tuesday to set a limit of two consecutive years for the school board presidency. Unless the new rule is rescinded later, the decision would end the six-year run of......
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  • The Siren's Call: Cellular Situations

    The Siren's Call: Cellular Situations
    Cancer lends itself to the realms of myth. Siddhartha Mukherjee gave the disease some regal treatment in the title of his prize-winning book "The Emperor of All Maladies," but cancer's no emperor. It's a beast. Where actual mythological monsters are...
  • Gov. Jerry Brown being treated for prostate cancer

     
    The office of Gov. Jerry Brown announced Wednesday that California's chief executive is being treated for prostate cancer. Dr. Eric Small, Brown’s oncologist at UC San Francisco, said in a statement that the governor is undergoing a short course of....
  • L.A. Now Live: Gov. Jerry Brown treated for prostate cancer

     
    Gov. Jerry Brown is receiving radiation treatment for early stage prostate cancer, but is expected to maintain a full work schedule, his office announced. The Times Sacramento reporter Michael Mishak will join L.A. Now Live at 9 a.m. to discuss the 74-...
  • California a leading state for research into cancer afflicting Gov. Brown

     
    Gov. Brown governs state that is a leading site for prostate cancer research...
  • Brown's cancer doctor a leader in his field, colleagues say

     
    Dr. Eric J. Small, the oncologist treating Gov. Jerry Brown’s cancer, is highly respected in the profession and a leading expert on the treatment of prostate cancer, colleagues say. The governor "is in very good hands,’’ said Stuart...
  • Genetics to determine cancer treatments

    Genetics to determine cancer treatments
    The war on cancer is poised to enter a new phase that promises more precise treatments, fewer side effects and, most of all, more survivors. And none too soon. Although death rates from many cancers have slowly but steadily declined over the decades,...
  • Fighting diseases with genetic therapy

     Fighting diseases with genetic therapy
    Genes make us who we are — in sickness and in health. We get our genetic makeup from our parents, of course, but in the future, we might be getting genes from our doctors too. Imagine your doctor promising to cure your cancer or heart disease by...
  • Allan Manings dies at 86; TV comedy writer and co-creator of 'One Day at a Time'

    Allan Manings dies at 86; TV comedy writer and co-creator of 'One Day at a Time'
    Allan Manings, a television comedy writer and producer who created the situation comedy "One Day at a Time" with his late wife, actress Whitney Blake, has died. He was 86. Manings, who recently underwent surgery for esophageal cancer, died after going...
  • Cancer drug trials and company stock go up (and down) hand in hand

    Cancer drug trials and company stock go up (and down) hand in hand
    When is the exchange of scientific data a possible case of insider trading? When the safety and effectiveness of cancer drugs are tested in advanced clinical trials, says a study published Tuesday in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. In an...
  • Ovarian cancer risk increases after IVF

    Ovarian cancer risk increases after IVF
    Women who underwent at least one vitro fertilization cycle in an effort to become pregnant were almost twice as likely to develop ovarian cancer as women who experienced infertility but did not get such treatment, say the authors of a large Dutch study...
  • FDA approves immune-boosting therapy for prostate cancer

    FDA approves immune-boosting therapy for prostate cancer
    The Food and Drug Administration approved a new immune-boosting therapy for prostate cancer on Thursday, the first therapeutic vaccine for cancer ever approved by the agency. The approval opens the door to a whole new approach to cancer therapy, adding...