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  • Airlines lower fares to offset bag fees, but still make a profit

    Airlines lower fares to offset bag fees, but still make a profit
    Travelers protested when airlines began charging bag fees in 2008, saying the extra charge was a blatant money grab. But a new study concludes that the nation's airlines quietly lowered airfares slightly to make the bag fees more palatable to those...
  • High-end malls in Southern California court shoppers in China

    High-end malls in Southern California court shoppers in China
    As Chinese tourists spill from their tour bus into the Beverly Center, Charlie Gu hands each one a sleek black envelope. Inside: a Chinese-language map of the mall and a special discount card. Gu, the center's Mandarin-speaking Chinese specialist,...
  • For aspiring actor, the dream is always at Hollywood and pine

    For aspiring actor, the dream is always at Hollywood and pine
    One day, David Harwell's car will come. An industry bigwig will drive by the corner of La Cienega and 3rd. He'll be discovered. He'll live his Hollywood dream. Harwell feels it in his bones as he moonwalks in front of a mini-mall. He knows it as...
  • Adam Scott's big lead is down to three at Bay Hill

    Adam Scott's big lead is down to three at Bay Hill
    ORLANDO, Fla. — The third round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational revealed there were actually other golfers in the field not named Adam Scott. Meet Chesson Hadley. Say hello to Jason Kokrak. Here's Matt Every, everybody. Ciao, Francesco...
  • In China, Michelle Obama gently broaches free speech

     In China, Michelle Obama gently broaches free speech
    BEIJING — Michelle Obama strayed into taboo territory during a speech Saturday at China's Peking University in which she called the rights of free speech and worship "the birthright of every person on this planet." The first lady dropped her...
  • Trail head closed as new gate goes up near Hollywood sign

    Trail head closed as new gate goes up near Hollywood sign
    In the hills that look up at the Hollywood sign, the whims of camera-ready tourists are often leveled against the concerns of homeowners peeved by throngs of visitors. So when a sign went up recently announcing blocked access to the Hollyridge Trailhead...
  • Joc Pederson cut by Dodgers, sees Australia trip as a benefit

    Joc Pederson cut by Dodgers, sees Australia trip as a benefit
    SYDNEY, Australia –- Joc Pederson didn’t make the Dodgers’ opening day roster, but the outfield prospect thinks traveling with the team to Australia will help him prepare for when he is called up to the major leagues. “I think...
  • Dodgers seen as the guys in the black hats in Australia

    Dodgers seen as the guys in the black hats in Australia
    SYDNEY, Australia — Even on the other side of the world, the Dodgers have been cast as the villains. The buildup to their season opener Saturday against the Arizona Diamondbacks is reminiscent of the scenario the Dodgers faced when they played the...
  • Hollywood Sign hike entrance to close temporarily, get new gate

    Hollywood Sign hike entrance to close temporarily, get new gate
    In the hills that look up on the Hollywood sign, the whims of camera-ready tourists are often leveled against the concerns of homeowners peeved by throngs of visitors. So when a sign went up recently announcing blocked access to the Hollyridge trail...
  • China sees Obama girls, but not Xi's daughter

    China sees Obama girls, but not Xi's daughter
    BEIJING – The arrival in China of President Obama’s daughters, 15-year-old Malia and 12-year-old Sasha, for a weeklong trip with their mother, prompts the question: What about President Xi Jinping’s daughter? Xi’s daughter, Xi...
  • American Express sells half its business travel division

    American Express sells half its business travel division
    With business travel spending expected to rise this year, American Express Co. announced plans to sell half its business travel division and create a separate venture. American Express will give up 50% ownership of its global business travel division in...