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  • Pin-up girl narrates her own colorful story in 'Bettie Page Reveals All' ★★★

    Pin-up girl narrates her own colorful story in 'Bettie Page Reveals All' ★★&#9733
    In the kicky documentary "Bettie Page Reveals All," the 1950s cult pin-up gal with the trademark bangs is called "the first icon of her nature," "an extraordinary creature" and a "revolutionary." But according to Page herself, who was captured in an...
  • From foster care to success

    From foster care to success
    When Antwan Turpeau, 33, was a young boy, his family was homeless on and off for about three years. Some evenings they couldn't get into a shelter, so they would spend the night riding the Red Line from end to end. Turpeau said that his mother was a...
  • Jimmy Kimmel finds out what the Mandela memorial interpreter said

    Jimmy Kimmel finds out what the Mandela memorial interpreter said
    People around the world are talking about Thamsanqa Jantjie, the supposed sign language interpreter who made nonsensical signs while President Obama and others spoke at a memorial service for Nelson Mandela in South Africa earlier this week. But only...
  • Mandela memorial's interpreter tells of schizophrenic episode onstage

    JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — He was standing just a few feet from arguably the world's most powerful leader, President Obama, at the memorial service for arguably the world's most beloved man, Nelson Mandela. It was the greatest moment of his...
  • Fake Mandela interpreter previously charged with murder, rape

    Fake Mandela interpreter previously charged with murder, rape
    The man who is now infamous as the "fake interpreter" at Nelson Mandela's memorial faced murder charges in 2003, South African newspaper eNCA discovered. Thamsanqa Jantjie blames his schizophrenia, saying that he was hallucinating angels were flying...
  • Man to be held indefinitely in mental ward for double slaying

    Man to be held indefinitely in mental ward for double slaying
    A Skokie man will spend the rest of his life under court supervision after he was ordered Friday to be held indefinitely at a secure mental health facility following the brutal slaying of his daughter and granddaughter, authorities said. In September, a...
  • Slaying a biblically bad idea

     Slaying a biblically bad idea
    How did David defeat Goliath? According to the Bible, it was because God was on his side. But according to Malcolm Gladwell, it was largely because Goliath had a disorder known as acromegaly, a tumor on the pituitary gland. This disorder, identified...
  • Have you seen my brother standing in the shadows?

    Have you seen my brother standing in the shadows?
    My brother John called me last summer to tell me that he had finally figured out our family secret. I was his mother, he said. I am not, of course. My brother is 38 years old, but I will always think of him as he was in his early 20s, when he was...
  • Amid scrutiny, a surge of suicides in L.A. County jails

    He was a handsome lad, with dark eyes and olive skin. In family photo albums, his smile was luminous, and he often had an arm around his little brother. When he was just 11, he took the initiative to raise thousands of dollars for the distraught family of...
  • A giant biblical mystery

    A giant biblical mystery
    Malcolm Gladwell's new book, "David and Goliath," arrogantly assumes that modern readers understand the data in the Bible better than those who provided it, and insupportably attributes the biblical giant Goliath's defeat to a medical disorder, wrote Joel...
  • Johnson & Johnson to pay $2.2 billion for illegal drug marketing

    Johnson & Johnson to pay $2.2 billion for illegal drug marketing
    Johnson & Johnson will pay more than $2.2 billion in criminal and civil fines for marketing drugsĀ Risperdal, Invega and Natrecor for uses they weren't approved for, the U.S. Justice Department announced Monday. The settlement, one the largest...
  • Kelly Thomas verdict: No justice for beaten homeless man, readers fume

    In July 2011, Kelly Thomas -- a mentally ill homeless man -- was beaten unconscious by Fullerton police officers and later died from his injuries. Recordings of the beating show Thomas repeatedly begging for his life, even saying, "Dad, help me." On...