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Opinion L.A.Republican presidential candidate and current Texas Gov. Rick Perry was not shy about his views on climate change during Wednesday night’s debate. (Nor was he when he thought to "pray for rain.") As far as he’s concerned, the jury’s...
L.A. Times Tech BlogSpace Exploration Technologies Corp. quietly opened a new office Thursday in Huntsville, Ala., dubbed "Rocket City" for its long history with U.S. space missions. The company, better known as SpaceX, tried to keep the news under the radar, but it......
Pop & HissAfter Thursday night's show, Pop & Hiss caught up with the 13 chosen "American Idol" finalists, who were immediately (and we mean immediately) thrust into the spotlight of flashing lights and eager reporters looking for a sound bite from America's......
Money & CompanySpaceX plans on opening a new office in the Washington D.C. area...
Pop & HissLike Narnia or some of Shakespeare's fantastical lands, Alabama is a place whose gateways and byroads are often not immediately visible. This is true of the landscape, whose thick forests give way to meandering prairies and watery deltas; and of......
"Let's have a toast," sang Kanye West in September of this sometimes seemingly endless year, debuting a new song, "Runaway," on the MTV Video Music Awards. Over a glassy keyboard sample and an old-school breakbeat, West intoned a gentle melody. "Runaway,"...
Tags: Crimes, Wavves (music group), Eminem, Taylor Swift, Dr. Seuss
The Defense Department last week identified the following American military personnel killed in Afghanistan and Iraq, or who died at a military hospital of their injuries: John C. Beale, 39, of Riverdale, Ga.; staff sergeant, Army National Guard. Beale...
Charles Kaplan CSUN English professor Charles Kaplan, 90, the first chairman of the English department at what is now Cal State Northridge, died Aug. 22 of congestive heart failure at Dubose Wellness Center in Chapel Hill, N.C., said Jean Kaplan...
Bill Holm Poet, essayist was 'sage of Minnesota' Bill Holm, 65, the poet and essayist whom Garrison Keillor once called "the sage of Minnesota," died Feb. 26 of complications from pneumonia at Avera Heart Hospital in Sioux Falls, S.D. He had collapsed...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe doctors had been after Loretta Ragland for years to keep her diabetes in check. Eat right. Exercise. Lose weight. She'd heard it all time and again. And ignored it all -- until she heard about Rosalyn. Roz put off dealing with her diabetes so long,...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTHE BEST WAY From LAX, connecting service (change of plane) to Huntsville, Ala., is offered on American, Continental, Delta, United and US Airways. Restricted round-trip fares begin at $208. NAVIGATING SPACE CAMP Reservations can be made online at...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHuntsville, Alabama "Ten, nine, eight, seven, six, five!" the kids yelled. It wasn't as deafening as Times Square on New Year's Eve, but the 300 or so children attending Space Camp were as enthusiastic as any midnight revelers. The space shuttle...
Tags: Death, Kobe Bryant, Technology, U.S. Army, Trips and Vacations
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