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For the past three decades, master investigative biographer Kitty Kelley has made her mark by writing penetrating examinations of living cultural icons, without their cooperation and independent of their control. Each of her four previous books on Frank...
Opinion L.A.There's word rumbling around Great Britain and beyond that Sarah Palin is angling to meet Margaret Thatcher, the first woman to be that nation's prime minister. It's a photo op that would be a triumph for Palin, an image supposedly showing the...
The Religion WorldA Brevard County woman thinks it's time everyone knew more about the life of Sybil Leek, who was once known as “the world's most famous witch.” Christine Jones, 73, of Satellite Beach, says she wrote Sybil Leek: Out of the Shadows as a...
Kurt Niklas, whose Beverly Hills restaurants, the Bistro and the Bistro Garden, catered for decades to a high-powered crowd thick with denizens of the film industry and high society, has died. He was 83. Niklas died Tuesday at Cedars- Sinai Medical...
L.A. NOWGov. Arnold Schwarzenegger assists former First Lady Nancy Reagan as they walk to a ceremonial bill signing for California SB 944 and AB 1911 at the Ronald Reagan Library in Simi Valley on July 28, 2010. SB 944 officially designates......
Tom Runyon, who shared his family name with a Hollywood Hills canyon and his simple fare at his rough-hewn roadhouse on Mulholland Highway with the famous and famously interesting, has died. He was 89. Runyon, a fiction writer and occasional actor,...
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Jane Dalton Weinberger, who coaxed her husband, Caspar W. Weinberger, into politics and was a loyal Washington wife during three Republican administrations before she began to write and publish children's books, died Sunday at a nursing facility in Bar...
Associated PressJody Powell, who was White House press secretary and among the closest and most trusted advisors to President Carter, died Monday of a heart attack. He was 65. Powell, a member of the so-called Georgia Mafia that descended on Washington after Carter...
Tags: Defense, Heart Attack, Armed Forces, Jimmy Carter, White House
The Swamp, Chicago TribuneAnother anchorman steps down. Another anchorwoman steps up. ABC News has announced that Charles Gibson, anchor of the evening World News since May 2006, will leave the chair at year's end and retire from the network. Taking his place: Diane Sawyer...
Associated PressBOSTON -- Sen. Edward M. Kennedy was a Democrat's Democrat, so much so that he became a rallying point for those in his party and an object of derision for Republican opponents. Yet his affability and capability to span the partisan divide on an array of...
The Champagne Bar at the Hotel Bel-Air is dark as a lair. Ice clinks as men and women on caramel-colored leather chairs and forest-green couches imbibe, converse and laugh. A roaring fire blasts light and warmth, which is welcome, despite the heat of a...
Dominick Dunne, the bestselling novelist and Vanity Fair writer who chronicled the misdeeds of the rich and famous with wicked glee -- most memorably in his highly personal accounts of the trials of Claus von Bulow, the Menendez brothers and O.J....
Tags: Adultery, Entertainment, David Niven, Periodicals, Trials
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