Betty Ford Remembered At California Service
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First-Class Movie Theater To Open In South LA
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Laz Alonso (left) and Paula Patton star as a bride and groom from opposite ends of the socioeconomic spectrum in Jumping the Broom. The film grossed $36 million during its U.S. run in May. Jonathan Wenk/TriStar Pictures hide caption

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Minorities At The Movies Fill Seats, But Not Screens
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A screenshot from an ad targeting Democrat Janice Hahn. The ad, created by independent conservative filmmaker Ladd Ehlinger Jr., features a scantily clad woman gyrating around a stripper pole, while two black men armed with semi-automatic rifles rap. RightTurnUSA/YouTube hide caption

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In Raunchy California Ad, Echoes Of Willie Horton
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The Crystal Cathedral plans to sell its campus and glass-spired church — and then lease it back — to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy and settle $35 million in debt. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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Crystal Cathedral: A Mega Church In Troubled Waters
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Dress Giveaway Helps Poor Kids Achieve Prom
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Gregory Peck Stamp Delivers 'Mockingbird' Memories
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Labor Dept. Job Hunting For Youths
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Simpson Prosecutor Marcia Clark Takes On Fiction
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Owner Of Newsweek Sidney Harman Dies
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Tuskegee Airmen: 'Rock Stars' Of American History
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A cargo container ship passes under the Vincent Thomas Bridge at the Port of Los Angeles. Officials say the facility regularly monitors for any potential source of radiation. Tim Rue/Port of Los Angeles hide caption

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U.S. Ports Watch For Radiation In Japanese Cargo
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A.C. Lyles in his Paramount office, which is lined with photos of friends and colleagues from his 83 years in the movie business. Lyles has spent his entire career at Paramount. Courtesy A.C. Lyles hide caption

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Like The Oscars, A.C. Lyles Marks 83 Years In Movies
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