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Angelina Jolie says she no longer feels 'the joy' in...12/20/14
Jolie visited the Frame to talk about what she learned from Lou Zamperini directing "Unbroken," how she tackled this epic story and how she prefers directing to acting.
Family of unarmed man killed by LA Sheriff’s deputies files wrongful...
Sheriff's deputies responding to a report of a fight near Paramount High School shot Oscar Alberto Ramirez. No weapon was ever found.
Sony hack: Obama pledges proportional response; Insider: 'We've been...
Employees at Sony learned they'd been victims of a massive hacking operation and the news keeps getting worse. One employee tells KPCC, "We've been outsmarted at every move."
Batman Returns — Is there anti-semitism in this kind-of Christmas movie?
A perfect storm of coincidences made the 1992 movie — the only Batman film to take place during Christmas — appear to some as an anti-semitic allegory.
Here's one of the wackiest holiday displays in SoCal; what's your...
The drive along the 5 freeway between L.A. and Orange County is usually pretty dull, but during the holidays there's an unlikely bright spot along the way: the Christmas decorations at Dunkel Brothers Machinery Moving in La Mirada.
7 miles beneath the sea's surface: Who goes there?
Marine scientists plumbing the deepest part of the ocean sent microphones and collection probes baited with chicken to the bottom of a trench near Guam.
La Habra Heights oil battle heats up, with dispute over initiative...
A vote next March on whether to ban some types of oil production in La Habra Heights is already causing controversy, with a lawsuit over the ballot summary.
Costs for LAUSD special ed services climb as parents feel the pinch
Frustrated parents often have to fight to get their special education student more help. Their struggle may get worse as the cost of special ed increases.
'Men in suits' rally in L.A. uses silent vigil to protest police actions
Yesterday in downtown Los Angeles, a group of about 50 African American men gathered in front of the federal courthouse for a silent vigil.
Is video-on-demand the way to go for Sony's "The Interview?"
If the Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy never makes it into theaters, one option for the studio is to take it directly into viewers' homes.
Is 'The Interview' movie really worth all this drama?
Two critics who have seen the Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy offer their thoughts on the film and the possibility of a chilling effect in Hollywood.
Creative Spaces: artist Ben Noam feels a sense of freedom in Elysian...
The L.A.-based artist uses Elysian Park as his creative space, where he collects plant matter for his paintings and finds inspiration in the open space.
Ralph Fiennes: 'Working with Wes Anderson was a dream job'
The actor has always wanted to work with the director of "Grand Budapest Hotel" and, as a result, it's nabbed Fiennes some award nominations.
Colbert Countdown: Back to the beginning with Colbert's first head...
Allison Silverman, a former executive producer of "The Colbert Report," talks about the many challenges that came along with creating the show.
Medicare cuts payment to hospitals with high infection and injury rates
For the first time the federal government is penalizing hospitals with high rates of infections and injuries by cutting payments.
Inglewood Unified: Filth, exposed wires, roaches still at some schools...
A month after a KPCC investigation spurred a cleanup promise, L.A. County finds exposed wires, structural damage and filthy conditions at some Inglewood Unified schools.
Everything you need to know about 'The Interview' in 4 minutes
New York Magazine's Abraham Riesman was one of the lucky few to see "The Interview" before Sony Pictures cancelled its release. Here's his synopsis.
Three ways to super-charge holiday singing with your kids
Christmas songs may drive you mad, but they can help young kids develop their reading and language skills. We've got a list of upcoming sing-alongs for the holidays.
Taylor Orci can't be the only person in LA afraid of waves
I've had terrible luck in the ocean. Every time I try, a wave wipes me out and I feel like I'm drowning. More than one person has told me, "But that's the FUN part!"
How one credit union monitors and guards against fraud
How does Logix Federal Credit Union manage attempts at fraud against its more than 126,000 customers? With their always on, tech savvy, fraud management team.
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