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Investment advisers weigh in on Britain's exit from EU

Britain's vote to leave the European Union is evidence we're living in an increasingly uncooperative world, Los Angeles money manager Jeffrey Gundlach said. That's why he's betting on gold, short-term bonds and other assets seen as safe havens, ...Read More

Business

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Investment advisers weigh in on Britain's exit from EU

Britain's vote to leave the European Union is evidence we're living in an increasingly uncooperative world, Los Angeles money manager Jeffrey Gundlach said. That's why he's betting on gold, short-term bonds and other assets seen as safe havens, ...Read More

Health & Spirit

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Health

Religion

Presbyterian delegates 'deeply regret' past treatment of gays

U.S. Presbyterians approved a statement expressing regret for a history of marginalizing gays and other sexual minorities while also lamenting the loss of members who left the denomination over its eventual approval of ordaining and marrying gays....Read More

Senior Living

Social Security Q&A: College student eligibility

Q: Will my son be eligible to receive benefits on his retired father's record while going to college?

A: No. At one time, Social Security did pay benefits to eligible college students. But the law changed in 1981. We now pay benefits only to ...Read More

Women

My Pet World: Kathy Ireland extending her passion for fashion to pets

Kathy Ireland's Worldwide brand is 28th most powerful brand in the nation, according to Forbes Magazine, topping $2 billion in licensed products in 2013. When it comes to home decor, the one-time super model is a superstar and more ...Read More

Home & Leisure

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Automotive

Mark Phelan: Mulally, Nader lead new class into auto hall of fame

Alan Mulally, the CEO who flew in from Boeing to rescue Ford, leads 2016's inductees to the Automotive Hall of Fame.

The rest of the class is:

--Ralph Nader, pioneering consumer advocate.

--Bertha Benz, pioneering driver and wife and business ...Read More

Consumer

The Mortgage Professor: 4 ways to purchase a house with a reverse mortgage

Many home purchasers are seniors. Some become homeowners for the first time, but most have been and want to remain homeowners. They just don't want to remain in their current house. They may want a house that has no stairs, or one that is closer ...Read More

Gardening

On Gardening: Create a Caribbean paradise in your backyard with elephant...

This has been a banner year for tropical plant nuts like me as Regal Shields, Borneo Giant, and Portora just to name a few started showing up in area garden centers. These are just a few of the elephant ears that lured the gardeners in my family ...Read More

Parents

Pregnant mom denies paternity; should dad also deny?

Dear Amy: My 26-year-old son has just been told that his girlfriend of 10 years is pregnant.

The last five years have been rocky for them, to say the least. They had agreed to split up for good just before this happened.

Now, we are all in a ...Read More

Pets

Knowledge

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History

A thought for the day

A thought for the day: You will never understand bureaucracies until you understand that for bureaucrats procedure is everything and outcomes are nothing. -- Thomas Sowell

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Science & Technology

Land around San Andreas Fault is rising and sinking, new earthquake ...

LOS ANGELES -- For the first time, scientists have produced a computer image showing huge sections of California rising and sinking around the San Andreas Fault.

The vertical movement is the result of seismic strain that will be ultimately ...Read More

Weather

Politics

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Clinton is content letting Trump dominate news cycles

WASHINGTON -- Hillary Clinton is getting trounced by Donald Trump when it comes to sheer volume of media coverage, and that's just fine with her.

The presumptive Democratic nominee and her advisers are betting that when it comes to Trump, there ...Read More