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Robert J. Kelleher, who helped lead tennis into the modern open era while serving as president of the U.S. Lawn Tennis Assn. and who later became a U.S. District Court judge based in Los Angeles, has died. He was 99. Kelleher, who was also captain of the...
Tags: Judges, Peace Corps, U.S. Open (tennis), Chris Evert, Lawyers
Show TrackerComedian Bill Eichner hosts a new quiz show called "Funny or Die's Billy on the Street."...
Leroy Cooper Musician in Charles band Leroy Cooper, 80, who played baritone saxophone for Ray Charles from the 1950s through the 1970s and at times served as bandleader for the R&B pianist, died of heart failure Jan. 15 at his home in Orlando, Fla., the...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSouthern California airports faced substantial reductions in flight traffic and revenue after two major carriers Tuesday announced they would cut service at Los Angeles International and Ontario airports this fall. Citing slowing demand and high fuel...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterJetBlue Airways is expected to announce today that because of high fuel costs it is suspending indefinitely its first transcontinental flights from Los Angeles International Airport. The low-fare carrier had planned to start on May 21 operating four...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterEven as rising fuel costs are grounding weaker airlines -- including three this month -- airline competition is heating up for travelers flying the Pacific coast. On the runway is JetBlue Airways Corp. with new 100-seat jets that will begin flying next...
NEW YORK -- JetBlue is going to charge passengers extra for more legroom as part of a plan to boost noncore revenue by 60 percent this year, according to the head of he low-cost carrier. "What we want ... is the ability to upsell," Chief Executive...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFor years, JetBlue Airways Corp. turned up its nose at flying out of Los Angeles International Airport, saying that LAX was too big, too crowded and, well, that it just preferred to operate out of smaller hubs. Then out of the blue last month, the low-...
The music industry's courtroom campaign against people who share songs online is coming under counterattack. A Harvard Law School professor has launched a constitutional assault against a federal copyright law at the heart of the industry's aggressive...
Tags: Judges, Theft, Laws, Lawyers, Colleges and Universities
NewsdayDisgraced former Rep. Anthony Weiner on Wednesday morning said it will be a "matter of days, not months" before he announces whether he is running for mayor of New York City. "I definitely have to decide soon," Weiner said, speaking outside his...
Tags: Politics, Elections, Twitter, Inc., Huma Abedin, Local Elections
Janet Malcolm is not an art critic or a literary critic. She's a journalist, and I don't say that with condescension. She's a journalist the way Joan Didion is — the kind who recognizes, as she put it in the first sentence of "The Journalist and the...
Tags: Authors, Photography, Arts and Culture, Artists, Reviews
NewsdayBefore former state Sen. Shirley Huntley admitted to stealing money from a nonprofit agency, she spent decades working to improve the lives of those who live in southeast Queens, according to dozens of people who wrote letters asking a federal judge to...
Tags: Politics, Judges, Elections, Crime, Law and Justice, Jamaica
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