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  • Ed Lauter, Character Actor in 'Leaving Las Vegas,' 'Trouble With the Curve,' Dies at 74

    Ed Lauter, a gritty but taciturn character actor whose massive list of film and TV credits include "Leaving Las Vegas," "The Artist" and "Trouble With the Curve," died at his home in West Hollywood of mesothelioma on Wednesday. He was 74. The squinty-...
  • 'Shameless' Ed Lauter dies of mesothelioma at 74

     
    Character actor extraordinaire Ed Lauter, who most recently appeared in Showtime's "Shameless," has passed away at the age of 74....
  • State panel rejected injury claim by NFL's Dorsett

    A brain-injury claim by former National Football League player Tony Dorsett was thrown out by a California workers' compensation panel just months before he was diagnosed with early signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a debilitating condition...
  • James Fogle dies at 75; 'Drugstore Cowboy' author, career criminal

    James Fogle, a career criminal and writer who blew every chance he had to go straight, including the brief period after his manuscript about a band of outlaw junkies, "Drugstore Cowboy," was made into a well-regarded 1989 movie, died in prison Thursday in...
  • James Fogle, the infamous 'Drugstore Cowboy' dies in prison

    James Fogle, the infamous 'Drugstore Cowboy' dies in prison
    UPDATE: James Fogle, the infamous pharmaceutical robber known as the "Drugstore Cowboy," died Aug. 23 in the infirmary ward at the Washington State Reformatory in Monroe. Fogle was 75 years old and the initial coroner's report said he died from malignant...
  • Steinberg: Be aware of dehydration

    Louisiana swelters in the summer. August is the most intense month, with enervating heat and humidity. Athletes treat admonitions to hydrate well the way we all viewed our mothers' stern warning to stay out of the water for an hour after eating —...
  • Travelers Asbestos Case Remains At Center Of U.S. Senate Race Between Scott Brown, Elizabeth Warren

    A major Connecticut insurance company continues to be a political lightning rod in one of the nation's most closely watched U.S. Senate races — the one in Massachusetts. Television advertisements for both candidates, incumbent Republican Scott...
  • Dr. Anne Tsao & Dr. Mark Clemens II

    Dr. Anne Tsao &  Dr. Mark Clemens II
    Clemens Tsao Engagement Announcement Dr. and Mrs. Keuy-Yeou Tsao of Chicago, Illinois are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Dr. Anne Tsao to Dr. Mark Clemens II, son of Debra Clemens of Washington, D.C. and Mark Clemens of Orange,...
  • Lincoln Hall dies at 56; climber survived Mt. Everest ordeal

    Lincoln Hall dies at 56; climber survived Mt. Everest ordeal
    Left for dead near the summit of Mt. Everest, Australian adventurer Lincoln Hall survived the night alone, without supplies, in temperatures well below zero. And then he got lucky. As dawn broke, one of the last teams of climbers to ascend the mountain...
  • Michael Hiltzik: Student loan debate: Take the focus off interest rates

    Michael Hiltzik: Student loan debate: Take the focus off interest rates
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    In 1968, Noel Catterson arrived in Chicago at age 15 from Belfast, Northern Ireland. His dad brought the family here to avoid "the troubles." Noel was not happy to be here, and it was this disgruntled person sitting in front of me when I came to Evergreen...
  • New cancer legislation in Virginia

    New cancer legislation in Virginia
    On Monday, Gov. Bob McDonnell will ceremonially sign 4 cancer-related bills at VCU's Massey Cancer Center. Last year, the governor presented $5 million in state funds for cancer research at Massey; this year state support for the center climbed to $7.5...