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  • Jahi McMath family attorney: 'They are not fools. They know the odds'

    Jahi McMath family attorney: 'They are not fools. They know the odds'
    The attorney for the family of Jahi McMath is defending their actions in a new op-ed that criticizes "self-righteous commenters" and praises the 13-year-old brain-dead girl's mother for her courage despite "incendiary, hateful public rhetoric."
  • 'Inevitable': As Jahi McMath deteriorates, brain-death case nears end

    'Inevitable': As Jahi McMath deteriorates, brain-death case nears end
    The lawyer for the family of Jahi McMath said this week the 13-year-old girl's body had deteriorated badly since she was declared brain-dead at an Oakland hospital. But it's an inevitable end, according to a physician's declaration filed in court during...

    Jahi McMath: Expert criticizes keeping girl on ventilator

    Jahi McMath: Expert criticizes keeping girl on ventilator
    Medical ethicists are criticizing the unnamed facility that agreed to keep the body of 13-year-old Jahi McMath on a ventilator after transferring her from an Oakland hospital, saying it will only delay the inevitable while potentially causing long-term...

    Clock ticks in Jahi McMath case; experts say court clash went too far

    Clock ticks in Jahi McMath case; experts say court clash went too far
    OAKLAND — As the clock ticks toward a 5 p.m. deadline for Children's Hospital Oakland to remove a 13-year-old girl deemed brain-dead from a ventilator, experts in medical and legal ethics say there are no “gray areas” in the case and...

    California Film Commission awards tax credits to 31 projects

    California Film Commission awards tax credits to 31 projects
    The lottery is over. The winners are 31 film and TV producers who were vying against hundreds of others for a piece of California's $100 million in film tax credit funds. The California Film Commission said Tuesday that 380 projects had applied for a...