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Archive for January 1st, 2014
Moore was only the fifth black performer to be nominated for an Oscar, receiving the nod for her role in "Imitation of Life." She collapsed and died at her L.A. home Wednesday.
Jordan Sartorio, 42, had been living with his ex-wife, Miraflora, and they were trying to work on their relationship, according to police.
Writing about negative experiences and revising the story to see it in a more positive way can change people's behavior and help them succeed, psychologists say.
Many people celebrated the wedding of Danny LeClair and Aubrey Loots, who tied the knot atop a float on Wednesday, but others said they boycotted the Rose Parade because of it.
Avery passed away Tuesday night in Los Angeles County from complications from open heart surgery, according to his agency.
A gay marriage, longtime Dodgers announcer Vin Scully and Meatball the bear all featured in the 125th annual Rose Parade.
Significant consumer protections come with the requirement that nearly every American must have health insurance.
It was a year scarred by tragedy and marred by scandal, but not without its lighter moments. We look back at some of the stories you viewed the most.
The GED's makeover includes drag and drop options on a computer screen to demonstrate grasp of concepts. And there are more essay questions, too.
Former University of California President Mark Yudof first announced the move to ban smoking in January 2012. It goes into effect on Wednesday.
The listeners of AirTalk have spoken: the Prop 8 plaintiffs -- Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo joined Sandy Stier and Kris Perry -- are our inaugural Californian of the Year.
Documentary filmmaker Morgan Neville wanted to give the limelight to an often unnoticed voice that has filled millions of American homes: the back-up singer.
In "Eleven Rings," former Lakers coach Phil Jackson talks about the love and spirituality that helped him win games, sweep series and score numerous championships.
It’s the season for New Year’s resolutions but after a while, many people find themselves back where they started. What’s the best way to approach a New Year’s resolution
Justice Sonya Sotomayor issued a stay on the contraception mandate for Roman Catholic groups using the Christian Brothers Employee Benefit Trust health plan.