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  • Rafer Johnson and C.K. Yang

     
    Rafer Johnson, with barbell, and C.K. Yang, kneeling, record breakers in the Olympic decathlon tryouts, demonstrate physical fitness methods to some 900 Boy Scouts taking part in two-day Camporee at UCLA athletic field....
  • Belarus leader denied entry to Britain for Olympics or otherwise

     
    Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko, viewed by many as Europe's last dictator, will not attend the London games after being denied a British visa, officials said Wednesday....
  • Reader photos: Southern California Moments, Day 214

     
    Olympic gateway: Two bronze statues guard the entrance to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in this photo taken on Impossible Project film by Toby Hancock on July 28. The Impossible Project produces new instant film for vintage Polaroid cameras after........
  • A lens on the Olympics: First, find a good spot

     
    “Event journalism,” for the photographer is 90 percent production, 10 percent photography. Despite our desire to find that perfect angle or shooting position, we are often at the mercy of organizers and PR firms seem to consider us less than...
  • 2012 London Olympics | Day 2

     
    Highlights from Sunday, Day 2 of the Summer Olympics in London: The U.S. men's basketball team started slowly in its opening game but rallied to defeat France easily, 98-71, at the Olympic Park arena. U.S. gymnast Kyla Ross performs on the uneven bars...
  • WikiLeaks founder's mom meets with Ecuador's president

     
    To press her son's case for political asylum, the mother of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange met with Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa on Wednesday....
  • British police arrest more terror suspects

     
    A routine check of an uninsured car led to the arrest of seven terrorism suspects in Birmingham and West Yorkshire, police said....
  • Judge OKs missiles on apartment rooftop for London Olympics

     
    The British military can go ahead and install an anti-aircraft missile battery on the roof of a London apartment building to protect the Summer Olympics, a judge said Tuesday. Residents had tried to block the move for fear that their home would become a...
  • Water polo: Final sendoff for U.S. team is at Oaks Christian

     
    The U.S. men's water polo team has been training at the swimming complex at Westlake Village Oaks Christian, and there will be a final session on Friday from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. that's open to the public before the......
  • Greek athlete loses Olympic dream over online chatter

     
    A Greek triple jumper lost her spot in the Olympics on Wednesday after tweeting what she later called an “unfortunate and tasteless joke” about Africans in Greece. As her Twitter joke drew more and more attention, the Hellenic Olympic...
  • Chaminade sports company wins national competition

     
    While the Olympic Games are going on, West Hills Chaminade's Eagle Eye has received the business version of a gold medal by being named the winner of the 2012 Junior Achievement Company of the Year. Five student representatives along with......