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Here's how a modern military draft would work10/13/15
It might take an alien invasion for the military draft to get up and running again, an official joked, but a modernized infrastructure is already in place.
Nic Harcourt talks about new music from Hinds, John Grant,...
If you love new music, but you don't have the time to keep up with what's hip and new, we've got the perfect segment for you: Tuesday Reviewsday.
As cybercrime proliferates, so does demand for insurance...
Companies are clamoring for coverage against losses due to hackers. But insurance firms are being selective: The risk involved isn't well understood — and the crimes themselves are evolving rapidly.
Jeff Russo tried to avoid scoring FX's 'Fargo' like a TV...
Composer Jeff Russo says, "Television turns away from music because they use music as a crutch" due to time and budget, but with "Fargo," they tried to make it cinematic.
Don't judge CW's musical comedy series 'Crazy...
The show's co-creator, Aline Brosh McKenna, turns the rom-com genre against itself in her new musical comedy series for the CW network.
USC football coach Steve Sarkisian fired, athletic...
USC athletic director Pat Haden announced the decision Monday after "careful consideration of what is in the best interest of the university and our student-athletes."
'Ridiculously Resilient Ridge' retires, making room for...
It's not known what caused the high pressure system to stick around for so long. It is known that the system is largely to blame for the drought. But it's gone now.
Brie Larson mines her own life for 'Room'
The actress talks about the ways she evoked the unique, intense, beautiful and complicated mother's love in the acclaimed film, "Room."
Valley Fire update: School a welcome escape from reality...
The Valley Fire leveled hundreds of homes and businesses in the small community of Middletown, Calif. School is helping students and educators alike make it through the recovery process together.
What does coach Steve Sarkisian's departure mean for the...
Take Two's A. Martínez speaks with Los Angeles Times reporter Gary Klein about Sarkisian's tenure and what his departure means for USC football.
What Republicans want in a new House Speaker
Whoever takes on that role has a big challenge ahead of him or her, but is there a perfect person out there who has all the traits to make Republicans happy?
LA's earthquake retrofitting law: Cost worrying renters,...
Larry Gross, executive director of the Coalition for Economic Survival, explained more about how renters and landlords alike could be impacted.
Putting college on hold for a star-making role in 'The...
Maria is one of the most iconic roles in musical theater. Kerstin Anderson is tackling it now for a national tour which kicked off recently in L.A.
Hillary Clinton's chief strategist talks debate preparation
Playing the role of opponent, comebacks and zingers: They're all part of debate prep. But determining an exact image and message isn't always easy.
Dodgers vs. Mets: A controversial slide and a key turning...
Chase Utley's slide broke up a potential double play to spark a rally and a come-from-behind win for LA. But the play also prompted a suspension.
Why Nevada matters in the 2016 presidential race
Iowa and New Hampshire get a lot of attention, but political reporter Jon Ralston argues, 'if you can make it in Nevada, you can make it anywhere in this country.'
More drones fly into LAX airspace, endangering aircraft
One-fifth of drone sightings by airline pilots and near-misses of commercial aircraft have been around LAX. The FAA is responding with education programs and ads.
Jay Duplass takes strange road trip in 'Manson Family...
Brothers Conrad and Nick, played by 'Transparent' actor Jay Duplass, embark on a road trip revolving around the Charles Manson murders.
5 Every Week: Archives bazaar! East Side Food Fest; Red...
Here are five great things you should do in Southern California this week from the makers of the 5 Every Day app. Get this as a new podcast in iTunes. If you want five hand-picked things to do in Los Angeles every day, download the free 5 Every Day...
Governor signs strictest livestock antibiotics bill in US
The new law, signed on Saturday, will restrict antibiotic use to sick animals only. This limits when and how these medications can be used in meat production.
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