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Gold DerbyOur forum posters are not content merely to bestow annual awards for the best film and TV. Now they look back over many years to declare the best of 2000-09. Yesterday they unveiled the winners of their Gold Derby Film Decade Awards. See reactions in this...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSince the birth of her son a year ago, Lesley Doyle has become something of a baby carrier fanatic. She has a growing collection of carriers (10 at last count) that allow her to strap her son to her front, side and back so she can hold him hands free. She...
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L.A. at HomeBaby wearing has been a hot topic of discussion among parents lately because of a recent warning by the U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission that certain kinds of slings, if used incorrectly, can lead to infant death. Indeed, hazards aside, the...
During one of their one-on-one basketball duels late last summer, Bree Richardson thought for a brief moment that her father, Pooh, was going down. Then reality struck big time. "He completely destroyed me," she said. "He'll let me start off with the...
Times Staff WriterTHAT plane you're flying on may have been assembled in America, but where was it last serviced? Increasingly, the answer is this: not in the airline's hangars and maybe not even in this country. Outsourcing of repairs and maintenance is spreading...
ABC26 NewsMedia organizations say they are being allowed only limited access to areas impacted by the Gulf oil spill through restrictions on plane and boat traffic that are making it difficult to document the worst spill in U.S. history. The Associated Press,...
For the third time in seven months, the judgment of those who operate the nation's air traffic control system has been called into question and concerns have been raised that complacency may be causing controllers and their supervisors to bend rules....
Ash from Iceland's spewing volcano halted air traffic across a wide swathe of Europe Thursday, grounding planes on a scale not seen since the 9/11 terror attacks. Thousands of flights were canceled, tens of thousands of passengers were stranded and...
Associated PressGENEVA -- For those with deep pockets, there was one way to beat the ash cloud hovering over Europe: hire a private jet. Seizing their chance, operators - who had been suffering from a slump in demand due to the global economic crisis - tried to meet a...
Associated Press WriterAir traffic controllers, other pilots and even a flight attendant on an intercom tried desperately to talk to two errant pilots as their passenger plane flew 150 miles (240 kilometers) past its destination before turning back. Unable to raise Northwest...
Web ReporterHAPPENING NOW: The six year old boy believed to be aboard a runaway floating helium balloon has been found alive and was hiding in the attic of his own home. A 6-year-old Colorado boy feared to have floated off in a helium balloon has been found safe...
Associated PressWASHINGTON -- On at least a dozen recent flights by U.S. jetliners, malfunctioning equipment made it impossible for pilots to know how fast they were flying, federal investigators have discovered. A similar breakdown is believed to have played a role...
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