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Villaraigosa Ticket Investiagation continues, but his spokeswoman insists he’s done nothing wrong

Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s acceptance of free tickets to entertainment and sporting events, already the subject of city and county probes, is also being investigated by a state agency, but his spokeswoman continued to insist today that he did nothing wrong. The state’s Fair Political Practices Commission has joined the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office […] 12:01 am Read More

Veteran CNN interviewer Larry King to quit

Larry LOS ANGELES (AFP) - Veteran CNN broadcaster Larry King announced his decision to step down from his long-running show Tuesday, ending a record-breaking career that saw him conduct more than 40,000 interviews. 11:57 pm Read More

Three Robbed At Gunpoint In Beverly Hills Parking Garage

By Abbey Hood Three people were robbed at gunpoint in the City’s parking structure at 221 North Crescent Drive around 11 p.m. on Monday, according to the Beverly Hills Police Department. One of the victims hailed down nearby police officers, stating he and his two co-workers were robbed at gunpoint by a black male wearing […] 10:42 pm Read More

Kingson proving he is no waste of space

Ghana Posted Tuesday June 29, 2010 – 12.24pm MOGWASE (AFP) – Former Birmingham City co-owner David Sullivan must be regretting the tongue-lashing he once gave Richard Kingson, Ghana’s star goalkeeper at the World Cup. When Kingson’s one appearance for Birmingham was marred by a major howler in a loss to Portsmouth during the 2008/09 season when […] 7:23 pm Read More

Europe must impose tough oil sanctions on Iran: US

BRUSSELS (AFP) – Europe must follow through on its pledge to impose sanctions on Iran’s energy sector in order to coax Tehran back to the negotiating table over its nuclear activities, a top US diplomat said Tuesday. Robert Einhorn, the US coordinator for Iran sanctions, said he held meetings in Brussels with European Union officials […] 7:10 pm Read More

Abby Sunderland tells she was terrified at times during her voyage

A 16-year-old girl whose dream of becoming the youngest person to sail around the world was dashed by a rogue wave that crippled her boat in the Indian Ocean conceded today that she was terrified at times during her voyage, but she told reporters in Marina del Rey that she was well-prepared for the challenge. 6:58 pm Read More

Armstrong uses Twitter to announce final Tour

LOS ANGELES (AFP) – Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong announced on his Twitter web site Monday that this year’s Tour will his final one. “And yes, this will be final Tour de France. It’s been a great ride. Looking forward to 3 great weeks,” the 38-year-old American Armstrong wrote. Realizing his tweet included […] 12:11 am Read More