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Jamie Cullum made the album he wanted to make: 'loose...01/28/15
The British singer is only 35, but he’s already the best selling jazz artist in the history of the U.K. His new album, “Interlude,” is a throwback to the way albums were once made.
Alex Gibney goes 'Clear' with documentary on Scientology
It was the one of the most talked-about films at Sundance. The HBO documentary provides an inside look into the controversial church.
Actor Tony Hale's 'Next Big Thing' is a children's book
The actor says he learned to be in the moment when his daughter came along, which inspired him to write the children's book, "Archibald's Next Big Thing"
Old water distribution system unearthed in San Gabriel Valley
An ancient distribution system was unearthed under old Union Pacific railroad tracks in the San Gabriel Valley, east of Los Angeles.
Greek Theatre debate: City council votes in favor of Nederlander...
Concert promoter Live Nation wants to take over the venue, but the current owners, Nederlander Concerts, want to retain its control.
Picture This - Artifacts of a Kidnapping
Every so often Take Two presents our Picture This segment, a conversation with photographers about their work.
2015 LA homeless census: Thousands of volunteers hit the streets
LA has one of the largest homeless populations in the US and the number seems to be growing. In three nights, volunteers take to the streets to get a more accurate picture.
Filmmaker Miranda July on her debut novel 'The First Bad Man'
Miranda July writes and direct films, she acts, makes music, and does performance art too. Now she's written her very first novel, called "The First Bad Man."
Solving the world's chocolate shortage
Researchers are hard at work trying to find a solution to a worldwide chocolate shortage -- but will the industry adopt these solutions?
Malnourished sea lion pups wash ashore
In 2013, an unusually high number of sea lions stranded on California beaches. This year is on track to be worse.
California officials preparing for rise in new teacher jobs
California educators expect more teachers will become credentialed as school districts ramp up their hiring after years of layoffs and few openings.
Child abuse and neglect laws aren't being enforced, report finds
Almost 680,000 children in the United States were victims of abuse in 2013. And state and local governments aren't doing enough to report abuse and investigate it, an independent report finds.
NFL stadium moves closer to going on Inglewood ballot this summer
Developers looking to build the stadium submit almost three times the signatures needed to qualify a ballot initiative to speed the permit process for the facility.
LAPD had 35 suspected ‘suicide by cop’ incidents in 30 months
The LAPD Inspector General reviewed a series of shootings over a 30 month period and identified common characteristics in apparent suicide-by-cop cases.
Obama's Arctic Refuge drill ban won't change much, for now
Oil industry representatives are criticizing the decision, but analysts say the shale revolution will buy the industry time to develop safe technology.
At Sundance, sexual themes take center stage, even in comedies
At this year's festival, filmmakers are showing sex in any way they can think of. Festival director John Cooper says it’s been a growing movement.
'American Sniper' causes rise in hate speech, says civil rights group
As debate continues over the portrayal of marksman Chris Kyle in "American Sniper" the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee reports an increase in threats against Arabs and Muslims.
Lethal injections, Alaskan wilderness and the 2016 Presidential election
Looking at the Supreme Court and their decision to hear arguments on the lethal injection, President Obama's announcement about parts of the Alaskan wilderness and the newest crop of Republicans vying for the GOP Presidential nomination.
A broader look at crime in the wine industry
Looking at the wine industry as a whole, it would seem that fraud and theft are on the rise. But is this coincidental, or has this market become more crime-ridden?
Potential GOP presidential hopefuls get face time at weekend events in...
It was a big weekend for Republicans as they hunkered down in Iowa for the Freedom Summit and then here in Palm Desert for the Koch brothers’ annual winter seminar, an invitation-only retreat for 2016 hopefuls.
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