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  • B vitamins don't boost energy drinks' power

    B vitamins don't boost energy drinks' power
    The product: Judging from the slew of energy products taking up space in supermarkets and convenience stores, B vitamins have become the new go-to ingredients for a quick pick-me-up. A 2-ounce gulp of the popular liquid supplement 5-Hour Energy...
  • Odds in 'Leatherheads' favor weekend victory

    Odds in 'Leatherheads' favor weekend victory
    Universal Pictures' "Leatherheads," the George Clooney-Renee Zellweger movie about the nascent days of professional football, tries to re-create the madcap flair of 1930s-era screwball comedies. Walden Media and 20th Century Fox's "Nim's Island,"...
  • Healthcare insurance probe grows

    The Los Angeles city attorney's office has expanded its probe of patient cancellations to the state's largest for-profit insurer, Blue Cross of California. A letter sent to the insurer last week asked Blue Cross President Leslie Margolin to substantiate...
  • Gov. urges insurance assessment to fund firefighting

    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will propose hiking the cost of insurance for millions of California homes and businesses in the budget he unveils Thursday, with the money to be used for firefighting efforts. The proposal, a copy of which was obtained by The...
  • Letters: finding cheap tickets, train to San Simeon

    Try box office for cheap tickets I agree with nine out of Jane Engle's 10 tips for saving money ["London on the Cheap (Or Cheaper)," More for Your Money, Dec. 30]. Her No. 10 (on the TKTS ticket booth at Leicester Square) is one I wouldn't follow....
  • 2 states probe Countrywide home loans

    The nation's No. 1 mortgage lender, Countrywide Financial Corp., is under investigation by California Atty. Gen. Jerry Brown and the attorney general's office in Illinois, the Calabasas company said Thursday. Countrywide said it had received subpoenas...
  • Democrats demand probe into destruction of tapes

    Key members of Congress on Friday called for multiple investigations into the CIA's destruction of interrogation videotapes, charging the agency may have eliminated evidence of torture, obstructed justice or engaged in an illegal coverup. The CIA's...
  • Signs hint 'Compass' may miss blockbuster territory

    Signs hint 'Compass' may miss blockbuster territory
    No one in Hollywood quite knows where "The Golden Compass" is pointing, though it appears to be south of blockbuster status. New Line Cinema hopes its action-adventure fantasy epic, opening today at 3,528 theaters in the U.S. and Canada, launches the...
  • Price tag in mortgage crisis is looking like real money

    Price tag in mortgage crisis is looking like real money
    The mortgage meltdown is taking a rising toll on the broader economy, increasing pressure on the Federal Reserve to slash interest rates for a third time next month in hopes of averting a recession. Homeowners will see their property values sink by $1....
  • How fire victims can pick up their mail

    Wildfire evacuations and road closures have disrupted mail delivery and shut down post offices throughout Southern California. The U.S. Postal Service is providing masks for carriers, but in areas where air quality is deemed a health threat, mail...
  • Villaraigosa affair may not be one to remember

    Larry Gerston believes that Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa may have written the first lines of his political obituary this week by acknowledging a long-running affair with a television newscaster who covered City Hall. "All I can say is that if I...