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BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota landowner and oil industry groups sparred Thursday about a proposed independent mediation board that would referee disputes between oil producers and landowners. Those arguments will become more frequent as...
Elizabeth Taylor will be remembered for her movies, her men, her rocks and, well, her eating. The voluptuous star lived life to the fullest on the set, in the bedroom and at the table--and the excesses of the latter too often showed up on her much-...
Elizabeth Taylor, the glamorous queen of American movie stardom, whose achievements as an actress were often overshadowed by her rapturous looks and real-life dramas, has died. She was 79. Hospitalized six weeks ago for congestive heart failure, Taylor...
Tags: Health, Marlon Brando, Frank Sinatra, Human Interest, England
The Swampby Mike Memoli Washington begins the week in mourning after the passing overnight of Robert Byrd (D-WV), the longest-serving senator in U.S. history. He was 92. The president pro-temps of the Senate, Byrd represented the Mountain State since 1959. From......
Reality CheckSome chefs appear to be stuck in the Cold War, but few are regretful that Tamesha has packed her knives. Most are just focused on feeling sorry for themselves. "I'm too much of a beast in the kitchen to go......
Tags: New York, Illinois, Cucumbers, Google Inc., Ethics
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES -- Elizabeth Taylor says she's not getting married again, despite the recent rumors. Taylor posted a message on her Twitter account Monday denying the reports she's engaged. US Magazine reported Friday that Taylor was engaged to 49 year old...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWarner Springs Ranch Back in the day, Warner Springs Ranch, a no-frills resort about two hours southeast of Los Angeles, was an escape for the likes of Clark Gable, John Wayne and Charlie Chaplin, who fled here to soak in the legendary mineral pools,...
Tags: Health, John Wayne, Charlie Chaplin, Golf, Bodies of Water
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWhen John McCain limped home from a Hanoi prison camp in 1973 with a badly injured knee that he could not bend, Navy doctors gave him the bad news: His 15-year career as a jet pilot was over. He would never fly again. But McCain surprised his doctors...
POLITICIANS USED TO kiss babies, but in these days of terrorism and war, babies have gone out of style. Today's most coveted political accessory? An active-duty member of the American military. "Our troops" are the new babies. True, it wouldn't do for...
Tribune staff reportersThe Illinois Senate voted to remove Gov. Rod Blagojevich from office Thursday, marking the first time in the state's long history of political corruption that a chief executive has been impeached and convicted. The 59-0 vote followed several hours of...
Tags: Health, Prisons, Politics, John McCain, Rod Blagojevich
202-824-8224Virginia Sen. Jim Webb sent staff to investigate the damage of Monday's tornado and promised to ensure that the federal government provides whatever aid is appropriate. "We're doing everything we can to make sure the rigth assistance is on the ground,"...
Tags: Executive Branch, Jim Webb, FEMA, Politics, Timothy M. Kaine
Six soldiers towered over the silver casket. With a quick snap of their wrists, they lifted the American flag draping it. Steadily and solemnly, they held it up. Off in the distance, seven soldiers dressed in their finest blue uniforms pointed...
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