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Jane Scott was a code breaker for the Navy during World War II. She owned a wind-up Victrola. And the first song she ever loved was from the big band era: a Jimmy Rushing hit for Count Basie called "Sent for You Yesterday (And Here You Come Today)." So...
The Daily MirrorMay 26, 1941: PITTSBURGH, May 25 (AP) -- A man's leg was found along the Ohio River at suburban Moon Township tonight and detectives seeking the remainder of the body said it was probably "another murder" by the long-sought "Mad......
Your Morning Fashion and Beauty Report: Heidi Klum bares all for 'Project Runway.' Justin Bieber's perfume launch sparks excitement. Katy Perry sports new hair color.All The RageYou don't usually think of something like a perfume launch turning violent, but that's what happened Thursday when Justin Bieber appeared to promote his new "Someday" fragrance at Macy's Herald Square in Manhattan. The young heartthrob went outside the...
Top of the TicketMarcy Kaptur has 11 House terms; Dennis Kucinich has eight. One of them will retire after 2012....
It's every sweet tooth's dream. A steady stream of studies has linked chocolate to a variety of health benefits, including decreased blood pressure, lower cholesterol, reduced risk of heart disease, even effects on mood. But the evidence, all of it, is...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesThe occasional car crawls down 11th Street, its driver and passengers looking for a parking space not too far from their destination, a nondescript residence that is becoming a popular tourist destination in a working-class Cleveland neighborhood....
Soupy Sales, a comic with a gift for slapstick who attained cult-like popularity in the 1960s with a pie-throwing routine that became his signature, has died. He was 83. Sales had numerous ailments and died Thursday at Calvary Hospital in the Bronx, said...
It seems like the pinnacle of medical science: For just a few hundred dollars, you can walk into just about any hospital in Southern California and ask a doctor to check your arteries for buildup of heart-attack-inducing calcium plaque. Most of the time,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThanks to Viagra, Cialis and Levitra, men with erectile dysfunction can get on board the Food and Drug Administration-approved love train. But women who experience a different sexual problem -- sagging libido -- have been left at the station. That may be...
John W. Miner, a former Los Angeles County deputy district attorney who was an investigator in the 1962 death of Marilyn Monroe and made headlines in recent years when he revealed the contents of private tapes the actress recorded for her psychiatrist...
Ohio officials say they can't force owner of bear that killed caretaker to relinquish his exotic animalsL.A. UnleashedCOLUMBIA STATION, Ohio â Officials in the Cleveland suburb where a captive bear killed a man say they can't force the bear's owner to give up his exotic animals. Columbia Township trustees responded Tuesday night to concerns raised by neighbors......
Top of the TicketThe Democrat loses control of the message in his own news conference....
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