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  • Cheating scandal cripples Michael Waltrip Racing

    Clint Bowyer's "itch" in Richmond has led to Michael Waltrip Racing losing a lot of scratch. The reverberations of "Spingate" continue to jolt MWR, which announced this week it will scale down to two full-time cars on the Sprint Cup circuit and will...
  • Airport crash victim identified as Irvine woman

    Airport crash victim identified as Irvine woman
    Los Angeles County coroner's officials Friday identified the first of four victims who perished when a jet crashed into a hangar at Santa Monica Airport this past weekend. Lauren Winkler, 28, of Irvine was killed Sunday when a twin-engine Cessna...
  • Last victim of Santa Monica plane crash officially identified

    Last victim of Santa Monica plane crash officially identified
    The Los Angeles County coroner’s office on Sunday identified the fourth and last of the victims killed in a crash last weekend at Santa Monica Airport. The agency officially identified Lucas Benjamin, 28, of Malibu, as among the dead in the...
  • Go Away With ... Gino Strada

    Go Away With ... Gino Strada
    Dr. Gino Strada is the founder of EMERGENCY, a global organization that brings free health care to war-torn countries. Strada is featured in the documentary film "Open Heart," which is nominated for Best Documentary Short Subject at this year's Academy...
  • Finding an agent you can work with

    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Q: I just hung up the phone on a perfectly horrible experience with a local real estate broker in Georgia. I moved to Georgia from New York in 2008, and bought my house in Duluth in July 2008. It was just two months...
  • David Letterman: How long can the TV talk host stay on the job?

    David Letterman: How long can the TV talk host stay on the job?
    Now that David Letterman has extended his deal with CBS through 2015, it's time to ask: How long can the onetime heir to Johnny Carson stay on the job?  Letterman, host of CBS' "Late Show," will turn 68 in 2015. Television executives strive to reach...
  • Review: Foundering on 'Lake Anne'

    Review: Foundering on 'Lake Anne'
    Unless you have a high tolerance for selfish behavior, “Lake Anne” probably won’t float your boat. This downbeat new drama about an ex-ballerina and her developmentally disabled son proves a leaky vessel with which to launch the Road...
  • Boy celebrates new heart valves following rare surgery

    Boy celebrates new heart valves following rare surgery
    The family of an 11-year-old Glendale boy who underwent a rare form of heart surgery in May returned to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles this week to celebrate the success of his treatment with the La Cañada Flintridge cardiologist who headed up...
  • Review: 'Chavez: Cage of Glory' misses outside the fights

    Review: 'Chavez: Cage of Glory' misses outside the fights
    Sometimes, you just need a little help. That saying certainly holds true for Hector Chavez, the proud but beleaguered mixed martial arts fighter facing a hugely stacked deck in the action melodrama "Chavez: Cage of Glory." More important, it also...
  • Ticked off! @childish couple

    To the person ticked off at no Wi-Fi in doctors' waiting rooms: You don't need Wi-Fi. Open a book and read. Which reminds me how much I hate the TV's in the doctors' waiting rooms. I'm ticked off and confused. To the person ticked off at people having...
  • Meal delivery service faces volunteer shortage in 17 counties

    Meal delivery service faces volunteer shortage in 17 counties
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- It is a service that delivers 700,000 meals to area seniors every year, but a drop in volunteers is putting the program in jeopardy.  Leaders with the Southwest Missouri Office on Aging first put the call out for extra help in July. ...
  • 'Amelie' director: Planned musical adaptation of film 'disgusts me'

    'Amelie' director: Planned musical adaptation of film 'disgusts me'
    The director of the 2001 French movie "Amélie" has expressed his displeasure over the planned adaptation of his movie for the musical theater, although he acknowledged that he gave his approval for the stage production. Jean-Pierre Jeunet said in a...