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Money & CompanyHurricane Irene prompts airlines to cancel hundreds of flights. Airlines cancel flights and reroute aircraft as Hurricane Irene nears East Coast....
Of the hundreds of exercise gadgets that have graced TV airwaves over the years, only a handful ever become big-time sellers and even fewer become cultural phenomenons. The Shake Weight is definitely in that rarified category. Over 3.6 million people have...
Money & CompanyThe animal-rights group is asking arachnophobics to donate their Mazda6 sedans to the organization to be used in animal-rescue activities. Last week, Mazda Motor Corp. said it would recall 65,000 cars to fix a problem with spiders nesting in tiny......
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell: 'The private sector is strengthened when the public sector is restrained'Top of the TicketRepublican Virginia governor cuts budget, invests in highways...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDuring a recent visit to my husband's hometown, we watched as a colorful local character saunter into the downtown Roanoke coffee shop where we were refueling. "Slow," as he prefers to be called, was decked out in a leather and leopard-print ensemble...
Pamela Anderson helps canine victims of oil spill (and returns home with two new rescue dogs of her own)L.A. UnleashedNEW ORLEANS â Most of the roughly 50 abandoned dogs parading under the oaks at New Orleans City Park on Monday were bound for a pet adoption program in Virginia, but two were headed for California with their new owner,......
Times Wire ServicesFrank Batten Sr., who created television's Weather Channel in 1982 amid skepticism that there was an audience for 24 hours of news on storms and temperature readings, has died. He was 82. Batten, the retired chairman of privately held Landmark...
La PlazaPeople in Hawaii were urgently told to protect lives and property from a tsunami crossing the Pacific as fast as a jetliner after a devastating earthquake in Chile. Tsunami waves were likely to hit Asian, Australian and New Zealand shores within 24...
La PlazaThe tsunami from Chile's devastating earthquake hit Japan's main islands and the shores of Russia on Sunday, but the smaller-than-expected waves prompted the lifting of a Pacific-wide alert. Hawaii and other Pacific islands were also spared. Hundreds of...
Times Staff WriterChad and David Craig fidgeted in the waiting room like expectant fathers, which is, after all, what they were. Just down the hall, in a sterile surgical suite, a young woman they had met only once had her legs up in stirrups. Dr. Suheil J. Muasher, a...
Of all the columns I've written for this newspaper over the last couple of years, none has elicited a more heated response than the one published in January 2006 about the Great War of 2007. Indeed, it still gets quoted back at me more than a year and a...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTwo weeks ago, Brianna Morrison gave birth to six babies in Minneapolis. Less than a day later, Jenny Masche delivered six babies in a Phoenix hospital. Both of the women had been treated for infertility and had used fertility-enhancing drugs. The two...
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