Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Top of The Times: Wednesday May 2, 2012


 
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LOCAL US & WORLD BUSINESS SPORTS ENTERTAINMENT HEALTH LIVING TRAVEL MORE
May Day protests test LAPD
By Paloma Esquivel, Rosanna Xia and Joel Rubin, Los Angeles Times
Occupy activists square off with officers downtown. Fewer attend march for immigrant rights.
 
Seattle May Day protest marked by vandalism, arrests
Some demonstrators attack stores and more. Police also arrest people in Portland, Ore., and New York.
 
Some pilots refuse to fly F-22 Raptor amid jet's oxygen problems
Air Force pilots have complained of hypoxia-like symptoms while flying the F-22, the world's most expensive fighter jet. Refusal to fly can bring a reprimand and even discharge from the Air Force.
 
Obama signs pact, greets troops in surprise Afghanistan visit
After a late-night landing, President Obama signs a pact with the Afghan president that outlines the future U.S. role. He then addresses troops and gives a TV speech for a prime-time U.S. audience.
Local
 
Los Angeles riots: Gangsta rap foretold them and grew after them
 
Hepatitis C a latent legacy of baby boomers' youth
 
Report on massive Southwestern blackout faults human element
 
Anaheim dinner theater to drop racy late-night fare
 
 
US & World
 
A proving ground for Las Vegas entertainers
 
Osama bin Laden notes show a plan to overthrow Hamid Karzai
 
Report questions Rupert Murdoch's fitness to lead News Corp.
 
 
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Business
 
Calls for mortgage assistance get louder in Washington  
Google Street View privacy scandal broadens
Herbalife shares fall on fund manager's queries  
Growth in U.S. auto sales slows in April
 
Entertainment
 
Critic's Notebook: Network TV embraces the B-word
Academy Awards staying in Hollywood
Four-alarm fire at Tyler Perry's Atlanta studio under control
Sports
 
 
Floyd Mayweather Jr. learned more than boxing from his father
 
Andy Pettitte testifies in Roger Clemens' trial
 
 
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Health
 
'Weapons of persuasion' from Robert Cialdini
 
Southwest Museum / Eldred stairs
 
 
Opinion
 
Holding transcripts hostage
 
Why adult education must be kept alive
 
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