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'The Imitation Game': Benedict Cumberbatch couldn't...11/26/14
The actor talks about how much he knew about the WWII codebreaker before taking the role, whether or not motion capture is "real" acting, and more.
#FergusonDecision: Rapper Killer Mike on his emotional St. Louis speech...
Killer Mike talks about the Ferguson decision, how they'd originally refused to play in St. Louis and how he's explaining the outcome of the case to his kids.
How can vultures eat rotten roadkill and survive?
Vultures often consume toxic bacteria. Stouter immune systems, colonies of helpful microbes and potent stomach acid may help the carrion eaters gorge with abandon.
How Shazam helps music execs find the next big thing
The Shazam app has been identifying earworms since its launch in 2002. And now it's helping music execs snag the next big thing.
Why turkey on Thanksgiving? A food historian explains
Why is turkey the star of the show on Thanksgiving? Andrew F. Smith, author of "The Turkey: An American Story,” explores this question.
Future uncertain for California students in college campus sell-off
One for-profit school, Orange County-based Corinthian Colleges, may be close to collapse due to federal and state crackdowns.
FDA sets new calorie labeling rules for restaurants, movie theaters,...
The FDA on Tuesday announced new calorie labeling rules that apply to chain restaurants, supermarkets, movie theaters and even amusement parks and vending machines.
Hong Kong protests for democracy continue
People have been protesting rules established by China's leaders that would give them veto power over Hong Kong's first fully democratic election. The BBC's John Sudworth shares the latest.
'100 days in Ferguson': New film documents community after Michael...
For 100 days following the shooting of Michael Brown in August, Christopher Phillips spent hours on the streets documenting a community searching for answers.
Last minute Thanksgiving tips from LA’s top chefs
It’s almost Thanksgiving, that meal that can be utterly daunting for many of us.
The new coming out: Disclosing a mental disorder at work
Work is where many of us spend a third of our lives doing—and for some, a bit more.
Ferguson grand jury decision: Reactions and what’s next legally
Last night, a wave of protests broke out across the country in reaction to a grand jury’s decision in Ferguson, Missouri to not indict police officer Darren Wilson after he fatally shot teengaer Michael Brown.
Artists use lost objects to tell the story of US-Mexico border
Many items are left behind during the arduous journey across the border and then forgotten. But not by two artists: a photographer and a composer.
Griffith Park open land debate: A tale of two parks
Open space is hard to come by in Los Angeles. But now, the city is debating what to do with 180 acres west of Griffith Park.
What dishes make you say 'no, thanks,' at Thanksgiving?
Let's face it: there are sometimes real duds on the Thanksgiving dinner table. What are some of the worst dishes that you were thankful to pass up?
Tech workers disappointed by Obama on immigration
President Obama's immigration executive order underwhelmed many who are in this country on the highly skilled worker visa known as the H-1B.
Too many HIV-positive Americans going without treatment, CDC says
Widespread HIV testing and treatment of all who test positive are key to slowing the spread of the disease nationwide, the agency says,
Want a calorie count with that? FDA issues new rules for restaurants
Years in the making, the new rules will require chain restaurants with 20 or more locations to post calorie information on their menus.
Proposed trails would cross where mountain lion P-22 entered Griffith...
City wants to turn land considered a vital wildlife corridor into a park. Some worry the move could discourage animals from moving in and out of of Griffith Park.
Bus company that crashed twice in one day was recently slapped with...
Inspectors had recently given Othello, Wa.-based Yellow Arrow Lines a violation order, pulling a driver off the road. The company has had few inspections.
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