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Army Spec. William Gilbert never met his newborn daughter Mikala, but there she was on Wednesday, as her father’s casket was brought inside Holy Family Church. Born just eight days after Gilbert, 24, was killed in Sanjaray, Afghanistan by an...
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LOS ANGELES — Going into this season, the Maranatha High boys’ tennis team, under first-year coach Arthur Hsieh, was not sure if it could replace the departed talent and produce consistent wins. However, as things progressed, the Minutemen...
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Australian director Cate Shortland recalls the emotional moment when her film "Lore" was presented at the London Film Festival in October. The real-life Lore came on stage, finally prepared to acknowledge that the film was indeed based on her life and the...
Since President Obama took office in 2009, the U.S. military's use of unmanned drones to carry out attacks on terrorist suspects has grown by 700%. And with this growth in the use of drones has come an uneasiness at over the morals morality of using...
French sociologist Emile Durkheim wrote, "No fact is more readily transmissible by contagion than suicide." According to writer Giles Fraser, the media play a part in this transmission. In an article in the British newspaper The Guardian, Fraser argues...
A survey has found that fewer Americans believe homosexuality is a sin. The LifeWay Research poll discovered that 37% "affirm a belief that homosexual behavior is a sin," down from 44% in 2011. The percentage of "unknowns" has risen to 17%, up from 13%...
Optimism abounded this week, from President Obama in his second inaugural speech Monday, to Gov. Jerry Brown in his breathlessly delivered State of the State address Thursday morning. On Thursday evening, Mayor Bill Bogaard followed suit, forecasting a...
Pasadena has bounced back from hard times and is headed for an even brighter tomorrow, Mayor Bill Bogaard said Thursday in his annual State of the City address. Bogaard’s optimistic tone before a crowd of some 450 people at Caltech’s...
The Internet may have brought about a technological revolution in terms of information, entertainment and socializing, but it's also brought about newer temptations for people, according to a survey by Christian research organization the Barna Group....
Churches have long been places where people have communicated with God, but these days cellphone companies are hoping to use them to make communicating with your friends and family easier. In the constant battle to expand cellphone coverage without facing...
An Italian Catholic priest is under fire for a Christmas message he made that apparently blames women for domestic violence. Perio Corsi's text, titled “Women and femicide — healthy self-criticism. How often do they provoke?” contains...
Glendale City Councilman Rafi Manoukian is pushing a ban of gun shows at Glendale Civic Auditorium. Mayor Frank Quintero is backing Manoukian's proposal, saying, "I think the time has come for this country to reexamine easy access to guns." Manoukian...
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