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  • Filtered water pitchers that can grace a dinner party table

    Filtered water pitchers that can grace a dinner party table
    The big guy in the water pitcher-filter market has practically become a common name, like Kleenex. But even Brita's most ardent fans might agree that those plastic containers aren't dinner party elegant. There's a new player hoping to fill that spot:...
  • The horses of Fukushima were ordered slaughtered after the nuclear disaster, but one rancher resists

    The horses of Fukushima were ordered slaughtered after the nuclear disaster, but one rancher resists
    The 2011 Fukushima disaster spelled doom for the region's horses, ordered to slaughter after they were exposed to radiation. But in a new documentary, one stubborn rancher resists... Horses are part of a thousand-year tradition at Fukushima, the...
  • USC adds more options to playbook

    USC adds more options to playbook
    First it was receivers Nelson Agholor and Darreus Rogers. Now it is tight ends Xavier Grimble and Randall Telfer, and fullbacks Soma Vainuku and Jahleel Pinner. With All-American receiver Marqise Lee struggling through injuries that limited him or...
  • USC football: Javorius Allen selected team most valuable player

    USC football: Javorius Allen selected team most valuable player
    Javorius Allen, who emerged as USC's top tailback midway through the season, was announced as the Trojans' most valuable player at the annual football awards banquet Friday night. Allen, a third-year sophomore, rushed for 699 yards and scored 13...
  • Many Illinois doctor investigations originate in other states

     Many Illinois doctor investigations originate in other states
    Nearly three years ago, the Illinois medical board received a letter urging the agency to investigate a Chicago doctor who tried and failed to intubate a 52-year-old woman after giving her anesthesia that stopped her breathing. The letter detailed not...
  • USC vs. Fresno State: How they match up in Las Vegas Bowl

     USC vs. Fresno State: How they match up in Las Vegas Bowl
    USC returns to the Las Vegas Bowl for the first time since 2001 with hopes of defeating Fresno State and ending its tumultuous season with 10 victories. Staff writer Gary Klein examines the story lines: Bakersfield boys USC quarterback Cody Kessler...
  • Fukushima fishermen watch recovery slip away

    SOMA, Japan — For much of his life, Koichi Matsumoto, 58, happily slipped out of bed in the dead of night to work on a fishing trawler. But these days, his catch is tree branches, tires and other rubble still adrift since the massive earthquake...
  • Film Review: 'Miss Zombie'

    Set in a futuristic Japan where zombies are domesticated as house pets and servants, genre auteur Sabu's "Miss Zombie" is a deadpan social satire, an ode to motherhood, and a self-consciously grungy homage to classic silent horror-thrillers. Depicting a...
  • Review: 'A Story Lately Told' by Anjelica Huston

    Review: 'A Story Lately Told' by Anjelica Huston
    The first volume of actress Anjelica Huston's memoirs, “A Story Lately Told: Coming of Age in Ireland, London, and New York,” is a niche book distinguished by above-average prose. Its breeziness will register as a virtue to anyone who's had to...
  • USC turns big plays into a big win over California, 62-28

    All the usual good-game indicators went out the window for California at Memorial Stadium on Saturday. The Golden Bears ran nearly 100 plays without a turnover, had 483 total yards, and held a time-of-possession edge over USC of more than 11 minutes....
  • USC aims to match Stanford's muscle

     USC aims to match Stanford's muscle
    Stanford is one of the most physical teams in college football, boasting a deep and stout offensive line and an aggressive defensive front. So USC players are eager to prove they can go toe to toe with the fifth-ranked Cardinal in Saturday's Pac-12...
  • USC upsets Stanford on last-minute field goal

    USC upsets Stanford on last-minute field goal
    Big call by interim Coach Ed Orgeron. Big catch by hobbled Marqise Lee. Huge field goal by much-maligned USC kicker Andre Heidari. All of that in the final seconds, before a sellout crowd of 93,607 at the Coliseum, equaled a 20-17 victory for USC over...