McCourt Divorce Trial Worries Dodgers Fans

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Gay-Marriage Decision Foreshadows Long Legal Road

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Los Angeles is the setting for Naomi Hirahara's Mas Arai series, in which a gruff, mystery-solving, 72-year-old gardener guides readers into the hidden corners of L.A.'s Japanese-American communities. Gabriel Bouys/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Mas Arai: An Unlikely Hero Solves L.A.'s Mysteries

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Farrah Abraham, one of the stars of Teen Mom, with her daughter Sophia. Farrah's storyline revolves around her relationship with her own mother, who was charged with domestic assault in January 2010. MTV hide caption

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MTV's 'Teen Mom' Makes For Teaching Moments

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Will Los Angeles DA Give Up Polanski Fight?

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Teen Sailor Describes Harrowing Voyage

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People walk past a sand sculpture of Michael Jackson created to mark the first anniversary of his death, at the Bay of Bengal coast in India. AP hide caption

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Michael Jackson Stacks Paper From The Grave

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Microsoft employees demonstrate the Kinect peripheral for the new Xbox 360 console at a Microsoft press briefing ahead of the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) on June 14, 2010. Michal Czerwonka/Getty Images North America hide caption

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Boats Head To Pick Up Stranded Teen Sailor

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California's State Courts Caught In Budget Crunch

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Michael Patrick Thornton is artistic director and co-founder of Chicago's Gift Theatre Company, and has appeared on ABC's Private Practice. Michael Desmond/ABC hide caption

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Reclaiming Roles: Actors Play Beyond Disabilities

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Hefner Donates $900,000 To Save Hollywood Icon

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Oprah Winfrey is one of the richest women in the world, running a media empire that includes a wildly popular TV talk show, two magazines and a diversified media-production company. Her new 24-hour network, OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network, will include an hourlong show called Oprah's Next Chapter. AP hide caption

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Oprah The Icon Gets The Kitty Kelley Treatment

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