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  • OCC wins, loses Bunting

    OCC wins, loses Bunting
    COSTA MESA — Caitlin Bunting played four somewhat unsung seasons on the Villa Park High varsity girls' basketball team and was recruited by a handful of community college coaches before electing to join Coach Mike Thornton this season at Orange...
  • Most women back over-the-counter birth control pill

    Most women back over-the-counter birth control pill
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Close to two-thirds of women favor making contraceptive pills available over the counter, according to a new nationally-representative survey. In addition, about 30 percent of women using either no birth control or a less...
  • Does Plan B empower predators?

    Does Plan B empower predators?
    Reproductive-rights groups think the morning-after pill, Plan B, should be available to any girl who wants it. They believe teens benefit from avoiding unwanted pregnancies. But some opponents say the drug actually endangers adolescent girls. Shaw...
  • Hoag to no longer perform elective abortions

    In a letter to affiliated physicians and staff, Hoag Hospital announced that elective abortions will no longer be performed at the Newport Beach facility because of the low number of procedures done annually. The decision was based on a review of...
  • Hoag Hospital to stop performing elective abortions

    Hoag Hospital to stop performing elective abortions
    In a letter to affiliated physicians and staff, Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach has announced that elective abortions will no longer be performed at the hospital. The letter said the decision is based of the low number of procedures done annually at...
  • Questions remain after judge lifts age limit on Plan B

    Questions remain after judge lifts age limit on Plan B
    With a federal judge clearing away age restrictions on purchasing emergency contraception, many Chicago-area health care providers, teens and others are preparing for more accessibility — even if they're not exactly sure how the drug will be made...
  • Neon museum could get switched off amid redevelopment wind-down

    Neon museum could get switched off amid redevelopment wind-down
    The wind-down of local redevelopment threatens to undo an agreement to bring the Museum of Neon Art from downtown Los Angeles to Glendale, which could leave the venerable curator of all things neon without a home. MONA had shut down its Los Angeles space...
  • Man arrested in Federal Reserve terror plot also plotted Obama attack, authorities say

    Man arrested in Federal Reserve terror plot also plotted Obama attack, authorities say
    Federal authorities running a sting operation arrested a 21-year-old Bangladeshi man, who came to the U.S. on a student visa and was allegedly planning to blow up the Federal Reserve Bank of New York with what he believed was a 1,000-pound bomb, officials...
  • San Diego Man Linked to Federal Reserve Bomb Plotter

    San Diego Man Linked to Federal Reserve Bomb Plotter
    NEW YORK -- Terror suspect Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ashan Nafis remains behind bars accused of plotting to bomb the Federal Reserve Branch in Manhattan. But in a new development, the FBI has arrested and searched the San Diego apartment of 36-year-old...
  • Author maps the 'naughty' side of LA

    Author maps the 'naughty' side of LA
    Who says tour guidebooks have to be dull? Certainly not Sienna Sinclaire, author of "Naughty Girl's Guide to Los Angeles" (Naughty Girl Press). Sinclaire, an adult model, author and sex coach, has produced nearly 400 pages of adult diversions for...
  • Not so golden years for some older homeowners

    Not so golden years for some older homeowners
    Prior to 2008, many baby boomers assumed they were set for retirement. They would fund those golden years by tapping into their homes if they hadn't saved enough in their 401(k) plans. But home equity no longer looks like a safe Plan B for a fast-growing...
  • Connecticut Catholic Voters Aren't Buying What Bishops Are Selling

    Connecticut Catholic Voters Aren't Buying What Bishops Are Selling
    Connecticut is a very Catholic state. And Connecticut's Roman Catholic bishops have been very politically active lately, loudly criticizing Obamacare, pro-choice Democratic candidates, and politicians who support gay marriage. But that doesn't mean they'...