| Aug 9, 2011
| 4:33 PM
Michele Bachmann thinks Michelangelo, Leonardo and Renaissance art are a problem....
| Sep 17, 2011
| 4:35 PM
Manny Pacquiao, burglary: Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies caught four people in the act as they were burglarizing the home of boxing star Manny Pacquiao, officials said....
| Sep 17, 2011
| 4:35 PM
Manny Pacquiao's home burglarized; 4 people arrested: Four people were arrested Friday for allegedly burglarizing the home of of boxing great Manny Pacquiao....
| Jun 7, 2010
| 9:34 PM
Military prosecutors have decided to appeal a court decision that overturned the conviction of Lawrence Hutchins, the former Marine sergeant and squad leader still behind bars for the 2006 execution-style killing of an Iraqi man. Hutchins, 26, now in the....
| Oct 18, 2010
It's autumn in New England
The days are getting shorter. Wood piles are stacked high. Geese are flying south, and Indian corn is hanging from the door.
People in new L.L. Bean flannels stop their cars in the middle of the road snapping pictures or...
| Dec 31, 2009
| 11:56 AM
Note: Among the cobblers, slumps, grunts, crisps, pandowdies and other old-time Yankee desserts we tried in The Times Test Kitchen for a Fourth of July report by Food writer Charles Perry, wild blueberry buckle was our favorite. It disappeared within...
| Jan 6, 2010
| 2:34 PM
Barry Goldman's objections to religious and spiritual diversity, as articulated in his Jan. 3 Times Op-Ed article, are too cynical and trite to even merit space in this newspaper. His Aunt Mary's quotation, "Whatever Jews believe, that's what I believe,"...
| Jan 9, 2010
Longtime auto dealer
Don Kott, 78, who established a chain of auto dealerships, including his flagship operation in Carson next to the 405 Freeway, died Dec. 21 at his Long Beach home after battling cancer, his family announced.
| Mar 3, 2010
| 4:57 PM
Michael Foot, a bookish intellectual and anti-nuclear campaigner who led Britain's Labor Party to a disastrous defeat in 1983, died Wednesday, officials said. He was 96.
Foot died peacefully at his home in north London following a long illness, historian...
| Mar 5, 2010
The marine biologist picks his way down a mud ravine into the belching, bellowing madness of Cardwell Point.
All eyes are upon him, this short ruddy creature with an orange jacket, red beard and sturdy legs that seem to glide effortlessly across the...
| Jul 25, 2010
Fur, Fortune, and Empire
The Epic History of the Fur Trade in America
Eric Jay Dolin
W.W. Norton, 444 pp., $29.95
In "Company of Adventurers," the first of a three-part history of the Hudson's Bay Co., Peter C. Newman wrote: "Seldom has an animal...