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Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe made his first public appearance since a military takeover at a university graduation ceremony on the outskirts of Harare Friday. Clad in academic gown and hat, Mugabe walked slowly in a procession on a red carpet to a podium as a marching band played. Once on…
Meredith Corp. has made a takeover bid for storied magazine publisher Time Inc. in the range of $ 17 to $ 20 a share, according to people familiar with the situation.
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Glance at the celebrity gossip in People or the swimsuit issue of Sports Illustrated, and it’s not likely the billionaire Koch brothers come to mind.
But the two conservative moguls could put their stamp on the two marquee publications and, more significantly, wield control over the newsweekly…
Charles Manson is in the hospital and, as one source familiar with his situation tells TMZ, “it’s not going to get any better for him.” We’re told Manson was rushed to a Bakersfield hospital 3 days ago, and has been wheeled around on a gurney for…
The Latest on the Texas town recovering from last weekend’s mass shooting at a church (all times local): 11:10 a.m.
President Trump is in South Korea—and he hasn’t repeated his rhetoric about bringing “fire and fury” down on its northern neighbor. In a joint press conference with South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in, Trump said he’d seen a “lot of progress” in dealing with Pyongyang and urged the country to…
Airfares fluctuate constantly. In fact, during the typical 11-month period a flight is listed, the price changes every 4½ days on average, according to CheapAir.com’s annual airfare study.
The optimal time to book depends on where and when you plan to travel. Here’s some guidance:
L.A. Times – Business
At 2 a.m. Sunday, daylight saving (not savings) time comes to an end for most Americans. Good riddance.
Ex-NBA stars Earl “The Pearl” Monroe and Henry Bibby claim they got “conned” into joining a new basketball league … only to get screwed out of thousands of dollars. Both guys are suing the Champions League — a 5-on-5 full court league…
The Justice Department is laying the groundwork for a potential lawsuit challenging AT&T’s planned acquisition of Time Warner if the government and companies can’t agree on a settlement.
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