Saturday, November 17, 2012

Los angeles times

  • LA Times Buyer: Rupert Murdoch, Douglas Manchester And Aaron Kushner ...

    The Los Angeles Times and its owner, Tribune Co., moved a step closer this week toward ending a four-year bankruptcy, raising the prospect of a media battle for ownership of the country's fourth largest newspaper.

  • Lakers honor Kareem Abdul-Jabbar with long-awaited statue

    By Helene Elliott, Los Angeles Times. November 17, 2012. For years, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar wasn't shy about saying he thought the Lakers should ... Abdul-Jabbar became the sixth Los Angeles sports figure to be remembered with a statue outside the arena ...

  • Emails shed light on CIA scandal figure

    By Shashank Bengali, Los Angeles Times. November 16, 2012, 10:20 p.m.. TAMPA, Fla. - When Tampa radio personality Bubba the Love Sponge said he would "deep-fat fry a Koran" in response to deadly protests against U.S.

  • Sheriff's officials probe exchange of photos of bloodied faces

    After a violent confrontation with a teenage suspect, a Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy took a photo of the man's bloodied face and texted it to Sgt.

  • Review: Ken Burns' 'The Dust Bowl' a timely, exceptional endeavor

    By Robert Lloyd, Los Angeles Times Television Critic. November 17, 2012, 6:00 a.m.. Ken Burns, public television's signature chronicler of great American moments, pastimes and inventions, has turned his Ken Burns Effect loose upon "The Dust Bowl.

  • 'Music for Sleeping Children' turns teen angst into song

    By Randall Roberts, Los Angeles Times Pop Music Critic. November 17, 2012, 11:00 a.m.. Drama and the adolescent girl: a combo upon which entire industries are built.

  • GOP strategist launches super PAC in LA mayor's race

    Looking to dramatically tip the scales in the race for Los Angeles' next mayor, a nationally prominent Republican media strategist has formed a "super PAC" that aims to spend millions of dollars to elect dark-horse mayoral candidate Kevin James.

  • Union panel opposes proposed sales tax hike in LA

    One of the largest public employee unions at Los Angeles City Hall handed a potentially costly setback to a plan for a new half-cent sales tax, announcing Friday that its political advisory board opposes the measure.

  • Twinkies maker Hostess to go out of business, lay off 18500

    By Alana Semuels and Tiffany Hsu, Los Angeles Times. November 17, 2012. Twinkies may last forever, but the same can't be said for Hostess Brands Inc., the company that makes the popular cream-filled spongecake.

  • The Petraeus affair: unscripted and simply scandalous

    By Mary McNamara, Los Angeles Times Television Critic. November 17, 2012, 8:49 a.m.. It's "Homeland" meets "The Real Housewives" - and it's hands down the best serialized show on TV.

  • Obama and Boehner upbeat after 'fiscal cliff' meeting

    By Lisa Mascaro, Los Angeles Times. November 16, 2012, 7:25 p.m.. WASHINGTON - The outline of a compromise over impending tax hikes and spending cuts began to come into focus Friday after President Obama convened top congressional leaders at ...

  • Valet parking regulations to be considered by city of Los Angeles

    It's a familiar scene in car-centric Los Angeles: Motorist drives up in expensive car to sidewalk lectern with "valet parking" sign.

  • Petraeus' fall from grace

    By David S. Cloud and Ken Dilanian, Los Angeles Times. November 16, 2012, 7:23 p.m.. WASHINGTON - Shortly before David H. Petraeus took charge at the CIA in September 2011, he stood on a sunny parade ground in his Army dress uniform, his wife at ...

  • Review: Rihanna's 'Unapologetic' shines light on past drama

    By Randall Roberts Los Angeles Times Pop Music Critic. November 16, 2012, 6:43 p.m.. Only four years after the singer Rihanna broke through with her magnetic hit "Umbrella," the brand Rihanna has firmly established itself.

  • Miranda Cosgrove and 'iCarly' set for a last dance

    By Yvonne Villarreal, Los Angeles Times. November 17, 2012, 8:00 a.m.. Miranda Cosgrove, the sprightly star of Nickelodeon's "iCarly," is sitting on the floor of the show's fictional Ridgeway school set during a lull in production - practicing lines ...

  • Protesters in Jordan denounce King Abdullah II

    By Nabih Bulos and Alexandra Sandels, Los Angeles Times. November 16, 2012, 8:17 p.m.. AMMAN, Jordan - In a sign that the U.S.

  • Iran has increased nuclear enrichment capacity, IAEA report says

    By Paul Richter, Los Angeles Times. November 16, 2012, 5:25 p.m.. WASHINGTON - Iran has finished installing centrifuges at a fortified underground facility and can sharply increase production of enriched uranium to a purity that can be quickly ...

  • Petraeus fails to ease partisan divide over Libya consulate attack

    Los Angeles Times. WASHINGTON - Appearing before two congressional committees in closed-door sessions, former CIA Director David H. Petraeus did little to ease the partisan divide over whether Obama administration officials misled the public after ...

  • Companies go surgery shopping

    By Chad Terhune, Los Angeles Times. November 17, 2012, 5:00 a.m.. Carol and Ed Vogel enjoyed a weeklong all-expenses-paid trip to a Newport Beach resort last month, and they're scheduled to return in a couple of weeks.

  • Chino slaughterhouse to pay $300000 in settlement

    By Victoria Kim, Los Angeles Times. November 16, 2012, 9:26 p.m.. The owners of a Chino slaughterhouse that was at the center of the largest beef recall in U.S.

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