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The wife of the Chicago businessman who scouted targets for the 2008 Mumbai attacks gave details about his ties to Pakistani militant groups to federal agents in New York City three years before the assault. The FBI chased down the leads but determined...
Williamsport Elementary School recently announced its good citizens for March. They included Izzy Kelbaugh, Brady Wallace, Jordan Davis, Callie Mundey, Cassandra Blackburn, Jordan Brown, Grace Cole, Jesse Key, Ben Harbaugh, Alayna Taylor, Lakyla Mills,...
Company TownA small but very influential media company has become a thorn in the side of Comcast Corp. as the cable giant tries to get regulatory approval for its proposed purchase of NBC Universal through lawmakers and regulators. After sitting on......
Times Staff WriterIt's a bird, it's a plane, it's Kurt Rambis, assistant coach for the Los Angeles Lakers. Rambis, nicknamed "Superman" when he started wearing thick, Clark Kent-type eyeglasses as a Laker player, and his wife, Linda, have bought a town home in Playa...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAuthorities have issued a warrant for the arrest of a Compton gang member who they say fired the shots that killed the half sister of tennis stars Venus and Serena Williams last fall. Officials on Tuesday released a wanted poster of Robert Edward...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAuthorities have arrested a second Compton gang member they suspect might be tied to the shooting of the half-sister of tennis stars Venus and Serena Williams. Michael Williams, 38, a reputed member of the Southside Crips, has not been charged in...
Tags: Defense, Prosecution, Tennis, Health, Firearms
Times Staff WriterMichael Radford's splendid film of "The Merchant of Venice" is so somber — and rightly so — for so much of the time that it's hard to remember it is one of Shakespeare's comedies, indeed regarded as one of his greatest. Radford, best known for...
Tags: Charlie Cox, Joseph Fiennes, Al Pacino, Movies, Jeremy Irons
Tribune staff reporterIn a beat-up refrigerator humming away in his laboratory storeroom, Ken Weiss is storing vials of human blood: the largest gene pool left of a tribe of people inexorably vanishing from the Earth. The insides of the freezer, not much different from ones...
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