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Obamacare: Health insurance agents now the most popular people in town
Not long ago, a chance meeting with an insurance agent might have led strangers to start running in the opposite direction -- or try to politely extricate themselves from the inevitable sales pitch. Yet as the March 31 deadline to enroll in a health care plan looms, health insurance agents have become some of the most popular peo
Mark DeSaulnier's bid to succeed George Miller in Congress includes a tsunami of news releases announcing endorsements; also, Rand Paul will visit San Francisco and Berkeley.
Scientists have long known that long before hipsters and tourists were crowding Los Angeles' trendy Miracle Mile district, dinosaurs were doing the same.
Now, thanks to a subway dig, they're discovering that sea lions may have been swimming nearby as well.
The decision was expected after Chuck Reed struggled to attract the well-funded allies he needed to raise the millions of dollars to gather the roughly 800,000 signatures required for the initiative to reach the ballot.
Special report on the chromium-tainted desert town made famous in "Erin Brockovich."
Get all the latest news and links to resources as the state battles another fiscal mess.
Should this man go to jail for eating a piece of paper?
The director of Miami's Crime Stoppers program is facing a $500 fine and up to two weeks in jail after chewing up and swallowing a piece of paper containing information about an anonymous tipster. Full Story
Tonight's TV picks: 'Dancing With the Stars' premieres with a lot of change
Plus, 'Dallas' brings back fan favorites for a wedding at Southfork.
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Chris Brown back in jail; kicked out of rehab
A Malibu center booted Chris Brown Friday for reasons unknown; this had been his second stint in rehab for anger management treatment