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  • Kerry Kennedy not guilty in misdemeanor drugged driving case

    Kerry Kennedy not guilty in misdemeanor drugged driving case
    It took a suburban New York jury less than two hours Friday to acquit human rights activist Kerry Kennedy of a misdemeanor charge of drugged driving after she accidentally took a sleeping pill instead of her thyroid medicine. Kennedy, the former wife of...
  • Academy Awards acceptance speeches should be more than thank-yous

    Academy Awards acceptance speeches should be more than thank-yous
    Sunday night, a happy cohort of entertainment folks will have their careers sprinkled with fairy dust at the 86thAcademy Awards. And, as happens every year, too many of them will clutch their Oscars and bore an audience of many millions with totally...
  • Ole Miss frats condemn noosing of James Meredith statue

    Ole Miss frats condemn noosing of James Meredith statue
    Fraternity presidents at Ole Miss declared Thursday that they would not hesitate to expel a member if it turns out that one of their own had a role in placing a noose around the campus statue of an African American civil rights figure. University of...
  • Kerry Kennedy trial: Sleep driving or misdemeanor drugged-driving?

    Accompanied by a phalanx of celebrity relatives, Kerry Kennedy, human rights activist, former wife of the governor of New York, daughter of a slain senator and niece of a slain president, entered a White Plains, N.Y., courtroom Monday to face...
  • Fraternity expels 3 linked to statue noose, suspends Ole Miss chapter

    Fraternity expels 3 linked to statue noose, suspends Ole Miss chapter
    The Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity said it has indefinitely suspended its chapter at Ole Miss and has expelled three 19-year-old freshmen who it said were responsible for the "desecration" last weekend of a campus statue honoring the school's first black...
  • Ole Miss wants 3 students charged in James Meredith noose case

    Ole Miss wants 3 students charged in James Meredith noose case
    University of Mississippi police are pushing for criminal charges to be filed against three 19-year-old male freshmen suspected of placing a noose and a flag with a Confederate battle emblem on the campus statue of civil rights icon James Meredith....
  • Wednesday's TV Highlights: 'Inside the Actors Studio' on Bravo

    Wednesday's TV Highlights: 'Inside the Actors Studio' on Bravo
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Feb. 16 - 22, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies   See latest XXII Winter Olympics TV schedule here.   -------------------...
  • Vandals put noose on Ole Miss statue of James Meredith; he speaks out

    Vandals put noose on Ole Miss statue of James Meredith; he speaks out
    James Meredith, a civil rights icon whose enrollment at the University of Mississippi broke a racial barrier in 1962, has one thing to say to the vandals who desecrated his campus statue by putting a noose around its neck and draping it with a...
  • Who are the 1 percent? Two new views

    Who are the 1 percent? Two new views
    Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert M. Solow has leveled a blast at a recent attempt by Harvard economist N. Gregory Mankiw to explain rising income inequality and the primacy of the 1% in the U.S. as the result of "just deserts" going to the talented...
  • A too-early look at the 2016 presidential race: Bet on a dark horse

     A too-early look at the 2016 presidential race: Bet on a dark horse
    Of course it's too early to talk about 2016. Now that we've gotten that out of the way.... The most interesting dynamic so far is that the Democrats are behaving like Republicans — and vice versa. Since 1940, with the arguable exception of Barry...
  • Japan defends dolphin kill as tradition; foreign envoys are critical

    Japan defends dolphin kill as tradition; foreign envoys are critical
    Despite criticism from conservationists and some prominent global figures, Japan carried out its annual capture and killing of bottlenose dolphin Tuesday after trapping about 250 of the engaging mammals in a small and infamous south-central cove....