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Zap2It.comCan't wait to see the first episodes of "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" or "Kidnapped"? Put them in your Netflix queue. The two NBC shows will be available to the 5 million or so people who use Netflix starting early next month -- about six weeks...
Zap2It.comWith just over two weeks left before "Heroes" returns to the schedule, NBC is hoping to give viewers who aren't yet on the bandwagon a chance to come aboard. To that end, the network is once again teaming up with Netflix to offer an NBC DVD that will...
Washington BureauThe State Department office charged with monitoring human trafficking is investigating alleged abuses of workers who are part of an undocumented pipeline used to deliver thousands of Asians to labor on U.S. military bases in Iraq. John Miller, director...
Tags: Death, Employees, Employment, U.S. Department of State, Crimes
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterUnder pressure to hold Wall Street accountable for the credit crisis, federal authorities have recently begun examining whether four large firms at the center of the debacle violated securities laws or committed other crimes, a law enforcement official...
The Swampby Frank James Like everything in this deeply polarized nation, how one views today's Washington Post story that Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin put in for a taxpayer-funded per diem payments, even when she was at home, depends on which party......
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterA blast that killed one firefighter and injured another this week in Westchester was a freak occurrence and indirectly the result of the decaying underground infrastructure, officials said Friday. Firefighter Brent A. Lovrien, 35, was fatally injured...
Times Staff WriterThey were bleary-eyed from lack of sleep as they converged high in the San Bernardino Mountains at twilight. While two lightning-ignited fires barreled toward Big Bear Lake last summer, the fire marshal and the Indian tribe member discussed their options...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt was not the most spectacular domestic terrorism plot since the Sept. 11 attacks, and certainly not the best-known. But no other case posed such a real and immediate threat as the audacious scheme to attack more than a dozen military centers,...
Tags: Death, Prisons, Crimes, Prosecution, Defendants
KTLA NewsLOS ANGELES -- Lightning from a rare June storm moving across Southern California ignited about two dozen small fires Wednesday, mostly in San Bernardino County. At least 19 small fires erupted in the San Bernardino National Forest, from the San...
Tags: San Dimas, Fires, Weather Reports, Santa Ana, Weather
Staff reporterA Crime So Monstrous To purchase a copy of the book: A Crime So Monstrous: Face-to-Face with Modern-Day Slavery Upcoming Events: Tuesday, April 28 12:30 PM Buffett Center Conference Rm. 1902 Sheridan Road Evanston Talk at Northwestern University...
If ever a city needed a larger-than-life police chief, it’s Los Angeles. Of course, like any other major urban area, our police chief needs to be one step ahead of the bad guys—but in our town, he or she also needs to be able to mix and mingle with, and...
Tags: Death, Television, Regional Authority, Crimes, William Morris
Zap2It.comNBC is doing everything within its mortal, corporate powers to make sure that potential viewers know about the new series "Heroes." The network is launching a big promotional push for the drama, about a group of people who realize they have extraordinary...
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