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  • From thought to speech in a fraction of a second

     
    The human brain has to do quite a lot just to utter a single word. In the case of verbs, it must select the word that best expresses the idea it wants to convey (for instance, ???to walk???); decide on......
  • Music review: Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra

     
    The motto of the Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra, which offered the first of two programs at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall on Friday night, is “the cutting edge of classical music.” That may be stretching it a bit, at......
  • Fires break out in Diamond Bar, threatening homes; 2 people detained [Updated]

     
    Multiple fires broke out along the 60 Freeway in Diamond Bar today, threatening homes, causing traffic backups and prompting a massive response from firefighters. More than 250 firefighters and numerous aircraft battled what appeared to be eight fires...
  • Wife of Burbank officer blames department for his suicide

     
    The family of a Burbank police sergeant who took his own life last week blamed the police chief and other department and city officials for his death, saying he was the victim of retaliation for defending fellow officers who had......
  • Seizures of cash, weapons increase along border [Updated]

     
    Federal authorities today announced a sharp increase in seizures of bulk cash and weapons along the Southwest border, the apparent result of bolstered efforts to intercept contraband destined for Mexico. More than $40 million in illicit cash was seized...
  • L.A. City Council votes to buy land in El Sereno for $9 million to settle lawsuit [Updated]

     
    The Los Angeles City Council voted today to settle a lawsuit over a contested 24-home subdivision planned for El Sereno, agreeing to buy the property for $9 million so it can be converted into a park. The developers of the......
  • UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley's sister keeps him grounded

    UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley's sister keeps him grounded
    Paris Hundley is protective, very protective, when it comes to her brother, UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley. "I know he looks like a big and bad football player, but my brother, he's like a cute baby," says Paris, who at 21 is a year older. When they...
  • Government approves medical marijuana research

    Government approves medical marijuana research
    WASHINGTON — The Obama administration handed backers of medical marijuana a significant victory Friday, opening the way for a University of Arizona researcher to examine whether pot can help veterans cope with post-traumatic stress, a move that...
  • Guns from U.S. equip drug cartels

    High-powered automatic weapons and ammunition are flowing virtually unchecked from border states into Mexico, fueling a war among drug traffickers, the army and police that has left thousands dead, according to U.S. and Mexican officials. --------------...
  • Drug violence spilling into Guatemala

    Twice before, the anti-drug agents had gotten a tip about a load of cocaine at the hulking industrial park on this dreary stretch of highway half an hour outside Guatemala City. Twice before, a U.S. official said, they had found nothing. On their third...
  • One Mexico border city is quiet, maybe too quiet

    One Mexico border city is quiet, maybe too quiet
    In Tijuana, schoolchildren get lessons on how to duck during gangland shootouts. Ciudad Juarez cops patrol with military escorts, and the morgue there is spilling over with gunshot victims. But here in Mexicali, people fear the desert sun more than...