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  • USC's Darreus Rogers takes cue from Marqise Lee

    USC's Darreus Rogers takes cue from Marqise Lee
    USC coaches assigned receivers Marqise Lee and Darreus Rogers as training camp roommates, a move that appears to be paying big dividends. Lee, the All-American, remains sidelined because of a bone bruise. But his influence is rubbing off on Rogers,...
  • TV pulls the strings for college football

    TV pulls the strings for college football
    College football is upon us. Think of it as four months of tailgate parties and ESPN making bank deposits. It will end in January at the Rose Bowl with Alabama playing somebody for the national title. Pat Haden sits at his temporary desk in his...
  • The Rev. Andrew M. Greeley dies at 85; outspoken Catholic priest

    The Rev. Andrew M. Greeley dies at 85; outspoken Catholic priest
    A self-described "loud-mouthed Irish priest" ("And may they carve it on my gravestone!" he once quipped), the Rev. Andrew M. Greeley rejected a conventional definition of his vocation. Denied a parish, the Roman Catholic priest created his own pulpits...
  • Prisons and American values

    Prisons and American values
    At nine prisons across California, more than 500 inmates continuing a hunger strike they began July 8 to protest what they call cruel and inhumane conditions, and this action — the third hunger strike in two years — must surely lead many...
  • Rob Blake is back with Kings, and the haters should get over it

    Rob Blake is back with Kings, and the haters should get over it
    A few words to those unforgiving fans who didn't disguise their disgust when Rob Blake became the Kings' assistant general manager because they consider him a traitor for leaving as a player in 2001 and again in 2008: It's time to bury the hatchet....
  • Live updates: Michael Jackson jury explains why it sided with AEG

    Live updates: Michael Jackson jury explains why it sided with AEG
    Jurors in the Michael Jackson wrongful-death case sided with AEG Live that the singer's death was a tragedy -- but not one for which the concert promoter was responsible. After three days of deliberations, the jury unanimously agreed that AEG Live hired...
  • Letters: Take away this tax exemption

    Re "Politics and the pulpit," Editorial, Sept. 8 How is this for an idea not only to remove politics from the pulpit but to do away with all IRS deductions for charity: Eliminate all 503(c)(3) deductions, period. You want to contribute to a favorite...
  • ‘RoboCop’ first look: José Padilha tackles drone politics in reboot

     
    The first trailer for the upcoming “RoboCop” reboot is out, featuring plenty of action and a sleek new suit that […]...
  • Jean-Pierre Melville's 'Two Men in Manhattan' reaches U.S. fans

    Jean-Pierre Melville's 'Two Men in Manhattan' reaches U.S. fans
    American culture was more than a fascination for Jean-Pierre Melville; it was a defining component of the French director's persona and life's work. There was the surname he adopted, the Stetson hats he favored, the Cadillac he piloted through the streets...
  • Millennium Hollywood Tower opponents file ethics complaint

    Millennium Hollywood Tower opponents file ethics complaint
    An opponent of the controversial Millennium Hollywood skyscraper project has filed an ethics complaint against the city's top building official, accusing him of a conflict of interest. The complaint comes after the project's opponents sued the city...
  • Review: 'The East' a complex, provocative morality tale

    Review: 'The East' a complex, provocative morality tale
    "The East" is a provocative industrial espionage thriller that pits counterculture revolutionaries intent on exposing corporate villainy against the undercover intelligence specialists paid exceedingly well to keep their compromised clientele clean. By...