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  • Saturday Highlights, Weekend Talk: 'Shaun White: Russia Calling'

    Saturday Highlights, Weekend Talk: 'Shaun White: Russia Calling'
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Jan. 26 - Feb. 1, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     --------------------   SERIES When Calls the Heart A mute...
  • Kingsley Guy: Demands for "purity" destroying politics

    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's recent fundraising foray into Florida created its share of scathing rhetoric. U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz even followed Christie around the state, speaking to every media outlet that would listen about his...
  • Are America's seniors secretly rich?

    Are America's seniors secretly rich?
    That's the implication of an op-ed in Thursday's Wall Street Journal, which says that figures on retiree incomes used by the Social Security Administration systematically misses as much as 60% of the income that seniors receive. That income, they say, is ...
  • Ted Cruz on 'Face the Nation'; Rand Paul on 'Meet the Press'

    Ted Cruz on 'Face the Nation'; Rand Paul on 'Meet the Press'
    President Barack Obama's State of the Union speech will be a topic this Sunday on the morning programs. The guest list: Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, talks to CBS' "Face the Nation" at 10:30 a.m. on WKMG-Channel 6. Other guests are Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N....
  • Top general to ask Obama to keep more troops in Afghanistan

    Top general to ask Obama to keep more troops in Afghanistan
    WASHINGTON — The U.S. commander in Afghanistan is planning to go to the White House on Monday to argue for keeping about 10,000 troops in the country after this year, a subject that has exposed a fissure between some of President Obama's top...
  • The O.C. Register's supremely ghoulish financial strategy

    The O.C. Register's supremely ghoulish financial strategy
    How's this for a creepy communication from your company management? Earlier this month -- and a few days after about 30 newsroom employees at the Orange County Register were laid off -- many of those who remained employed got an email informing them...
  • Netflix stock surges. Sony layoffs. Cosby and NBC together again.

    After the coffee. Before figuring out new passwords ... again. The Skinny: Are you as tired of choosing new passwords for work-related software and email every three to six months as I am? There are only so many variations I can come up with on the...
  • Ted Cruz: Is he rewriting history?

    Ted Cruz: Is he rewriting history?
    Sen. Ted Cruz's appearance on CBS' "Face the Nation" seemed to astonish moderator Bob Schieffer and other guests Sunday. Schieffer asked: "Can you conceive of any situation in which you would do that again, try to shut down the government in exchange or...
  • Review: Bach Festival Society concert with Morten Lauridsen

    Review: Bach Festival Society concert with Morten Lauridsen
    The Rollins College Choir got the first review of its performance Sunday afternoon as soon as it was done singing. And it was from the composer himself. The choir was performing works by Morten Lauridsen, a National Medal of Arts winner, in a program by...
  • Iraq War dog living comfortably in Chicago suburbs

     Iraq War dog living comfortably in Chicago suburbs
    It has been almost 10 years since Bashur the dog left a war zone in Iraq for a quiet home in the Chicago suburbs, and in that time, a lot has changed. Once small enough to fit in the palm of the Army officer who rescued her from a life in the wild,...
  • The Biblioracle: Stuck in the mid-list with you

    The Biblioracle: Stuck in the mid-list with you
    As the impact of the Internet and digital technology continues to treat publishing like an Etch-a-Sketch, seemingly redrawing its rules and parameters every other week, it's hard to know who is "winning" and who is "losing." According to Colin Robinson,...
  • Study: More people doing less with cars

    Study: More people doing less with cars
    The percentage of people forgoing a car is on the rise, especially in dense urban areas, according to the University of Michigan Transportation Research Center. Using data from the American Community Survey, the study examined recent trends in the...