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  • Racism at play as 'kidnapped' Roma children taken from parents

    Racism at play as 'kidnapped' Roma children taken from parents
    No one ever accused me of stealing my own baby, but I know what it feels like to be the olive-skinned, dark-eyed mother of a fair-haired, blue-eyed biological child. It’s a little weird. But it’s not exactly rare. When I heard...
  • Readers Recommend: Hawthorn House Bed & Breakfast in Ireland

    Hawthorn House Bed & Breakfast, in Kenmare, County Kerry, Ireland, is a lovely stop on a journey around the Ring of Kerry. Small and welcoming, all rooms are en suite and kept beautifully by hosts Noel and Mary O'Brien. Breakfasts are excellent, served in...
  • Miss Teen USA 'sextortion' suspect expected to plead guilty

    Miss Teen USA 'sextortion' suspect expected to plead guilty
    A Temecula man is expected to plead guilty in federal court Tuesday to “sextorting” nude photos and videos from the recently crowned Miss Teen USA and other women by hacking into their computers. In a court filing submitted Monday in an...
  • Man admits 'sextortion' of Miss Teen USA; lawyer says he's autistic

    Man admits 'sextortion' of Miss Teen USA; lawyer says he's autistic
    The attorney for a 19-year-old man who pleaded guilty Tuesday to "sextorting" photos via hacked personal computers of at least dozen women including Miss Teen USA, said his client has autism, but that it was no excuse for the behavior. Jared James...
  • Dishing up cheer for 50 years at Farmers Market

    Dishing up cheer for 50 years at Farmers Market
    So much in Los Angeles changes fast. Treasure the good things that don't. "Hello, Doris!" goes the chorus of regulars at the Original Farmers Market, when they stop by to see Doris Perez, who has been there as long as they know. Her first job was at...
  • Eclectic crowds flock to Dallas' Dealey Plaza before JFK memorial

    Eclectic crowds flock to Dallas' Dealey Plaza before JFK memorial
    DALLAS — A day before Dallas will pause to observe the 50th anniversary of President Kennedy's assassination, the crowds already began to gather in Dealey Plaza. Some people came to leave flowers, some to examine the grassy knoll, some to visit...
  • Brian Dennehy: The big man's biggest role

    Brian Dennehy: The big man's biggest role
    Brian Dennehy sat cross-legged on a stool and bent to rub his aching right knee and shin. His day of rehearsing "The Steward of Christendom" would soon be done. But the physical nicks and dings that the former Columbia University football lineman and...
  • Holiday gifts to fuel that wanderlust

    Holiday gifts to fuel that wanderlust
    A pop-up book and a smartphone prop. A pretty little poncho and a sturdy, stylish tripod. A comfy new pillow and a little lamb that lulls you to sleep. These are some of the finds that just might wind up on your wish list — or your shopping list for...
  • Review: 'The Last Days on Mars' shows space exploration's scary side

    Review: 'The Last Days on Mars' shows space exploration's scary side
    Lean, muscular and on the money, "The Last Days on Mars" takes a familiar story and tells it so tautly that we are pleased to be on board. The debut feature for Los Angeles-based Irish filmmaker Ruairi Robinson and written by Clive Dawson (adapting...
  • Parents juggle job loss, costs of children with retirement planning

    Parents juggle job loss, costs of children with retirement planning
    Financial planners like to see smooth waters for clients in their 50s: saving lots in the best earning years of one's career, avoiding new debt, paying off the mortgage by retirement or soon thereafter. Instead, Christopher and Robyn Reagan of South...
  • Theater review: 'The Steward of Christendom' leans too much on words

     Theater review: 'The Steward of Christendom' leans too much on words
    Whatever form Irish novelist and playwright Sebastian Barry happens to be working in, you can be sure that he will be drunk with language. Words make him swoon. He loves the way they sound and slide off each other, the singsong rhythms they fall into...