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  • Who's a dictator, Assemblyman Donnelly?

    Who's a dictator, Assemblyman Donnelly?
    He may be the most fringe of all major party gubernatorial hopefuls this year, but Republican Tim Donnelly's long-shot bid to face off against Gov. Jerry Brown in November has drawn the most buzz from Times letter writers so far. And by buzz, I don't...
  • Netanyahu likens Iran to Nazi Germany in L.A. speech

    Netanyahu likens Iran to Nazi Germany in L.A. speech
    In a speech to Jewish leaders in Los Angeles on Thursday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu drew parallels between Nazi Germany and Iran, warning of dire consequences if anti-Jewish rhetoric is allowed to go unchecked. "There is a regime today...
  • Hillary Clinton highlights pragmatism in approach to Russia

    Hillary Clinton highlights pragmatism in approach to Russia
    Hillary Rodham Clinton defended her record as secretary of State against Republican criticism that she had been too accommodating to Russia, arguing Wednesday that she had taken a tough but pragmatic approach so the U.S. could attain its goals. In...
  • Maximilian Schell dies at 83; Oscar-winning actor

    Maximilian Schell dies at 83; Oscar-winning actor
    When Austrian-born actor Maximilian Schell won the best actor Academy Award in 1962 for his role in "Judgment at Nuremberg," he gave a short thank-you speech in which he recalled being questioned by a customs official upon first arriving in the United...
  • 'The Monuments Men' filmmakers faced monumental challenges

     'The Monuments Men' filmmakers faced monumental challenges
    George Clooney and Grant Heslov describe themselves as two of the least cynical people in Hollywood. But when the longtime collaborators looked back at their recent work, they realized the movies had an unshakable gloom: "The Ides of March," "Good Night,...
  • Dear media: In covering transgender folks, remember, they're people too

    Dear media: In covering transgender folks, remember, they're people too
    Earlier this month, the sports website Grantland ignited controversy over a story on Essay Anne Vanderbilt, also known as Dr. V, the inventor of a “scientifically superior” golf club dubbed “The Oracle.” In writing the article,...
  • 'The Lego Movie' likely to build a big audience

    'The Lego Movie' likely to build a big audience
    "The Lego Movie" is expected to stack up plenty of cash in its box-office debut as it easily beats fellow new contenders "The Monuments Men" and "Vampire Academy."  The animated comedy based on the veteran toy brand could gross around $50 million in...
  • Almost 60 years later, a fallen airman finally gets his due

    Almost 60 years later, a fallen airman finally gets his due
    Jill Ellman was only 8, but she remembers military officials heading up the driveway and knocking on her family's door with the news that her father's Air Force bomber had crashed off the coast of Newfoundland. The news had barely sunk in when the...
  • 'Stalingrad' director Fedor Bondarchuk has epic bloodlines

    'Stalingrad' director Fedor Bondarchuk has epic bloodlines
    Though he's an award-winning director in his own right in Russia, Fedor Bondarchuk had a challenge emerging from the shadow of his famous father, the late Soviet filmmaker and actor Sergei Bondarchuk, who starred in and directed the seven-hour version...
  • The Oscars and the Holocaust-film myth

    The Oscars and the Holocaust-film myth
    Among the 25 or so awards to be handed out at Sunday's Oscars will be the prize for documentary short. One of the less recognized categories at the annual ceremony, the doc short field this year contains a certain newsworthiness because of the inclusion...
  • Pissarro painting at University of Oklahoma under dispute

    Pissarro painting at University of Oklahoma under dispute
    A 19th century painting by Camille Pissarro is at the center of an ongoing dispute between the University of Oklahoma and a family in France that says the work of art was stolen from them by Nazis during World War II.  "Shepherdess Bringing in Sheep,"...