RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Arms (INACTIVE)

A collection of news and information related to Arms (INACTIVE) published by this site and its partners.

Top Arms (INACTIVE) Articles

Displaying items 73-84
  • An all-star 'We Are the World' remake for Haiti relief

     
    Twenty-five years after the all-star recording of "We Are the World" became a signature moment in celebrity altruism and pop-music history, a new collective of stars came together Monday at the same Hollywood recording studio to record a new version......
  • 2011 Chevrolet Silverado Heavy Duty at 2010 Chicago Auto Show

     
    Competes with: Ford F-Series Super Duty, Dodge Ram HD Looks like: There is a healthy heavy duty dust-up brewing Drivetrain: 6.0-liter gas V-8, 6.6-liter diesel Duramax V-8. Hits dealerships: Summer 2010 The 2011 Chevrolet Silverado HD might not look all.....
  • Three killed in University of Alabama-Huntsville shooting

     
    Three people were killed, at least three were wounded and a suspect was in custody Friday after a shooting on the campus of the University of Alabama-Huntsville, officials said. "We have three confirmed people who are dead, one injured. The......
  • Opening ceremony called 'a great lift' on a day that began with sorrow

     
    The usual giddiness and joy that infuse the Olympic opening ceremony was tempered Friday by the death earlier in the day of luge athlete Nodar Kumaritashvili, who was remembered in the dedication of the broadcast and with a moment of......
  • Kevin Smith takes on Southwest Airlines in too-fat-to-fly flap

     
    Director Kevin Smith has sparked a debate about airline policies toward overweight passengers after he says he was kicked off a Southwest Airlines flight from Oakland to Burbank this weekend for apparently being too heavy. The "Clerks," "Mallrats" and...
  • Music review: Charles Dutoit with the Los Angeles Philharmonic [Correction]

     
    The words "Charles Dutoit" have not always been paired with “well-liked.” But it does not pay, in the prickly orchestra world, to jump to conclusions. The 73-year-old conductor led an irresistibly vibrant concert with the Los Angeles Philharmonic in...
  • 'Big Love': A call to arms

     
    After last week's great churning drama, this episode, titled “Blood Atonement” took a detour south of the border, off the map and into a heart of darkness that set up the third and final act of this season. And though......
  • Remember the toddler who got the artificial bone that 'grows'? Here's more

     
    The medical development was fascinating at the time; it's fascinating now. A toddler received an artificial arm bone, the humerus to be exact, designed to expand with him. Here's our original blog post, with Thomas H. Maugh II writing of......
  • 'Idol' results show: Minute by minute

     
    Wednesday's "American Idol" was a jam-packed episode. Not only were there 12 contestant verdicts to get through in an hour, Season 7 winner David Cook also performed along with master shredder Orianthi (more on her "Idol" experience here) and dance-...
  • Obama's new START: Health and security

     
    by Mark Silva This is somewhat more complicated than walking and chewing gum at the same time, this achievement of the biggest healthcare initiative since Medicare and negotiation of a treaty with Russia curtailing the arsenals of nuclear arms, but......
  • Vonn braces herself for pain in a sport hurting itself

     
    Results of the two downhill training runs at Haus, Austria, this week have been reassuring for U.S. ski superstar Lindsey Vonn. Vonn was 10th Thursday after finishing fourth Wednesday. She is skiing with a brace on the lower arm /......
  • Bruised arm doesn't slow down Lindsey Vonn

     
    A bruised left arm hasn't stopped American skier Lindsey Vonn from retaking the overall lead in the World Cup point standings. Vonn captured her third consecutive World Cup downhill victory in the Austrian Alps this morning, edging out Anja Paerson......