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  • Chapter & Verse Amazon moves toward "a Netflix for books"

    Amazon is in talks with publishers to create an e-book service that would let customers pay to rent books, just the way they now do movies.
    09/12/2011 01:17 pm

  • Bin Laden movie consult has White House under fire

    Bin Laden movie meeting causes stir: Washington helping Hollywood produce realistic movies isn't new. But talking to filmmakers about the Osama bin Laden raid discomfits some Americans, including Rep. Peter King (R) of New York.
    08/11/2011 06:06 pm

  • The Missing of the Somme

    British novelist and journalist Geoff Dyer struggles to find something new to say about World War I.
    08/09/2011 05:43 pm

  • Is Apple declaring war on DVDs?

    Apple quietly removed the DVD drive from its Mac Mini line last week. Are we moving toward a discless future, or is Apple being too bold in pulling the plug?
    07/28/2011 01:13 am

  • Walmart video rental service takes on Netflix

    Walmart video service Vudu now offers streaming movies to its website. Rental prices for Walmart video will range from 99 cents to $5.99.
    07/27/2011 02:14 am

  • Netflix stock: Down – but not out

    Netflix stock got knocked down Tuesday after the high-flying company forecast slower growth. But Netflix stock still looks promising.
    07/26/2011 03:22 pm

  • Opinion Care for a side of guilt with that BLT?

    The Food and Drug Administration is working on regulations to label calories on menus. The regulations may appear innocuous, but they're nothing more than the government ordering us an unwanted, piping-hot side of guilt with every meal, and then sending us the tab.
    07/26/2011 11:00 am

  • Impasse over US debt limit sends stocks lower

    The Dow closed about 88 points down, the S&P 500 lost about 7 points, and the Nasdaq fell about 16 points
    07/25/2011 06:55 pm

  • Carmageddon hits Los Angeles: Five ways to cope

    “Carmageddon” is upon us! The 53-hour shutdown of a 10-mile segment of the 405 freeway, Los Angeles’s busiest traffic corridor, began at 7 p.m., Friday evening. For months, bulb-lit billboards have warned the city of severe traffic delays, while newspapers and TV stations ask whether apocalyptic congestion will keep 500,000 travelers from getting where they need to go for nearly three days. How are Los Angelenos coping? Here are five ways:
    07/16/2011 10:10 am

  • Hunker down or flee? Los Angelenos gird for 'carmageddon' on I-405

    With the shutdown of the key I-405 freeway in Los Angeles this weekend threatening 'carmageddon,' city residents and businesses are finding ways to help one another cope.
    07/15/2011 02:13 pm

Doing Good

 

What happens when ordinary people decide to pay it forward? Extraordinary change...

Danny Bent poses at the starting line of the Boston Marathon in Hopkinton, Mass.

After the Boston Marathon bombings, Danny Bent took on a cross-country challenge

The athlete-adventurer co-founded a relay run called One Run for Boston that started in Los Angeles and ended at the marathon finish line to raise funds for victims.

 
 
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