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Bob Baker dies at 90; puppeteer ran...

Bob Baker dies at 90; puppeteer ran beloved theater, worked with movies

Bob Baker dies at 90; puppeteer ran...

Bob Baker dies at 90; puppeteer ran beloved theater, worked with movies

Bob Baker dies at 90; puppeteer ran...

Bob Baker dies at 90; puppeteer ran beloved theater, worked with movies

Stanford leads UCLA, 28-10: live ga...

Stanford leads UCLA, 28-10: live game updates

Are seals mutilating and killing po...

Are seals mutilating and killing porpoises? Scientists investigate

At least 35 killed, scores injured ...

At least 35 killed, scores injured in Nigeria mosque bombing

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Flick picks: No enigma here -- Bene...

Flick picks: No enigma here -- Benedict Cumberbatch's 'The Imitation Game' filled with poignant humanity

Alan Turing was a man of secrets. The godfather of computers led the British effort to crack the Nazis' Enigma machine, the success of which shortened World War II by two years and saved millions of lives. His contribution to the Allies' victory wasn't officially acknowledged for decades. Yet Ultra, as such intelligence was codenamed, was not Turing's closest-held confidence. He was a genius, and he was gay, and the revelation of the latter led to his death. Turing's sexuality is as buttoned-up?
?Herbalife CEO boosts stake in comp...

?Herbalife CEO boosts stake in company

Herbalife Ltd. Chairman and Chief Executive Michael Johnson has increased his personal share in the beleagured nutritional products company, citing "complete confidence" in the company's future. Los Angeles-based Herbalife(NYSE: HLF), which is facing federal and state investigations over claims that it is operating a pyramid scheme, said Johnson exercised 750,000 stock options that were granted to him in December 2004 and were due to expire next month. "Because of his complete confidence in the?
Pending home sales continue to rise

Pending home sales continue to rise

Pending home sales in California picked up the pace in October and rose for the second straight month, with the trend likely to continue through the rest of the year, according to the California Association of Realtors. Pending home sales, based on signed contracts, rose 2 percent in October from September, the first back-to-back increase since early this year, when pending sales rose for three straight months beginning in January, Los Angeles-based C.A.R. said. Compared with a year ago, pending?
Kinkisharyo inks deal to build ligh...

Kinkisharyo inks deal to build light rail cars in the county

After battling with labor groups over the past few years, Japanese company Kinkisharyo International LLC has agreed to a deal to maintain and expand its light-rail manufacturing facility in Los Angeles County. In 2012, the L.A. County Metropolitan Transportation Authority awarded Kinkisharyo a $890 million to build 175 light rail vehicles. As part of the deal, Kinkisharyo agreed to assemble light rail cars at a new facility in Palmdale. However, the company and local labor groups locked horns over?
Proposed California law would manda...

Proposed California law would mandate double pay on Thanksgiving, Christmas

Every California worker would receive double pay on Thanksgiving and Christmas under legislation to be proposed by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez. The bill takes aim at big-box stores and restaurants that are expanding holiday hours but also would apply to workers in other industries. Gonzales, a San Diego Democrat, roused the ire of business groups this year by successfully pushing a law to mandate that every employer provide three days of paid sick leave each year. The holiday pay bill, which?
Box-office preview: 'Mockingjay' to...

Box-office preview: 'Mockingjay' to win over 'Penguins,' 'Bosses'

Last year at this time, Thanksgiving moviegoers devoured "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" and the first weekend of "Frozen" in wide release, driving the titles to record box-office levels for the holiday frame. With "Mockingjay ? Part 1" falling far short of its predecessor with a $122.0 million launch last weekend, this weekend won't reach 2013's levels, but there's still plenty of fare for hungry film fans to feast on. "Mockingjay" will top ticket sales again. "Catching Fire" slipped 30.5 percent?

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