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Jacket CopyAt 94, Louis Zamperini, the resilient hero of Laura Hillenbrand's "Unbroken," just keeps on going....
Opinion L.A.It's hard to imagine who would even think of buying an Anna Rexia Halloween costume if the silly notion hadn't become so controversial. The costume, which makes fun of the eating disorder -- whose victims endanger health and life by......
Suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome meant I was exhausted all the time. I felt like I had cotton candy where a brain should be. Embarrassingly for a former English major, I lost words, even simple ones. "You know, those things! They go on feet!" I'...
In what may prove to be the first major breakthrough in the fight against the mysterious and controversial disorder known as chronic fatigue syndrome, researchers reported Thursday that they had found traces of a virus in the vast majority of affected...
L.A. NOWA gunman entered the grounds of a North Hollywood synagogue this morning and shot and wounded two men who were going to a prayer service.[Updated at 12:37 p.m.: A 17-year-old who was detained this morning near the synagogue for questioning......
L.A. Times Olympics BlogFor a quarter century, I have had the best job in the world. It began when I convinced the sports editor who brought me to the Chicago Tribune, Gene Quinn, that the success of the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics (which,......
Booster ShotsBefore swine flu and bird flu, there was SARS. As you may recall, severe acute respiratory syndrome was the scary virus of 2003. It caused fever, headaches, body aches, pneumonia and diarrhea, among other symptoms. SARS originated in Asia and......
Booster ShotsFor the second time in as many months, researchers have been unable to replicate a controversial study which showed that many patients with chronic fatigue syndrome carry a virus that might be linked to the disease. Researchers are now trying......
Booster ShotsOnly a week after a second study found no link between a mouse virus called xenotropic murine leukemia virus-related virus (XMRV) and chronic fatigue syndrome, a third study has also found no link, dashing the hopes of CFS victims that......
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTwo or three nights a week, a 29-year-old ex-Peace Corps volunteer named Shaw Talley rolls through the parking lots in his old Volvo wagon, offering help where he can. In spaces where others see a handful of battered RVs and vans, Talley sees lives...
Special to The TimesCrunching through the brush of Zimbabwe's Zambezi National Park, I was jolted by a sound alien to my Angeleno ears — the loudness of stillness. Minus the usual din, I could pick out birdsong by the beak, rustling branches by the tree and an...
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