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Patrick Fischer, a retired computer science professor at Vanderbilt University whose secretary was injured when he was targeted by the Unabomber in 1982, has died. He was 75. Fischer died Aug. 26 in hospice care in Montgomery County, Md., the...
L.A. UnleashedMONTGOMERY, Ala. -- A scarred but friendly pit bull named Louis Vuitton was the star witness Tuesday as an Alabama state board denied parole for the man convicted of spraying him with lighter fluid, setting him on fire and beating......
GreenspaceDocuments released Friday about how claims will be paid from BP's $20-billion fund to deal with the aftermath of the Gulf of Mexico oll spill show that how close a person or business is to the spill will play a......
Daily Dish-- The Hallmark Channel is re-branding itself to focus on home and lifestyle improvement and cooking shows. And who's going to help them? Who else? Martha Stewart. -- The psychedelic drug psilocybin, the active ingredient in "magic mushrooms," can...
Pop & HissJamey Johnsonâs music is hard, like a metal slide on a pedal steel guitar; itâs real, like the kernel of truth within the tall tales swapped by studio musicians after much Jack Daniel's has been consumed. Itâs a consummate blend......
L.A. Times Tech BlogGoogle Doodles head to smartphones, honor Rosa Parks...
Top of the TicketRosa Parks refused to give up her Alabama bus seat in 1955 that sparked a seminal civil rights drive across the South....
Top of the TicketToday is the 150th anniversary of Jefferson Davis as president of the Confederate States of America....
Special to the Los Angeles TimesIn their time, the daughters of the second Baron Redesdale, better known as the Mitford sisters, were an industry. Their trade, for the most part, was their mere existence — swanning about British society, leaving scandal and newsprint in their...
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Charles Moore dies at 79; photojournalist's work brought national attention to civil rights movementCharles Moore, a photojournalist who both chronicled and helped alter the course of history through extraordinary photographs that reflected the brutal reality of the civil rights movement in the South, has died. He was 79. Moore died Thursday of natural...
Associated PressPaul R. Jones, a collector of African American art who donated troves of works to universities in Delaware and Alabama, has died. He was 81. Jones died in Atlanta on Tuesday after a brief illness, said University of Alabama spokeswoman Angie Estes. The...
Jack Nelson dies at 80; Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter helped raise L.A. Times to national prominenceJack Nelson, a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter, author and longtime Washington bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times, whose hard-nosed coverage of the civil rights movement in the 1960s and the Watergate scandal in the 1970s helped...
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