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ENTERTAINMENT
June 18, 2013 | By Meredith Blake
Never one to mince words, Howard Stern had some tough advice for Jimmy Fallon about the latter's impending takeover of “The Tonight Show.” During a visit to “Late Night,” Stern congratulated Fallon on the “fantastic” news, although as one of Jay Leno's most outspoken detractors, the truth is it wouldn't take much to make him happy. PHOTOS: Game of Hosts “I subscribe to the anyone-but-Jay philosophy,” Stern explained. “If they had replaced Jay with [Mahmoud]
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 15, 1995
Advice to the Republicans--hire Willie Brown as a political consultant. PAUL DERGARABEDIAN Mission Viejo
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 16, 1990
My advice to President Bush on this Saddam Hussein thing: Hit or get off the despot. DAVID PECCHIA West Los Angeles
NEWS
November 16, 2010 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times
Got Medicare enrollment questions? Of course you do. Experts will be on hand during a Newport News Daily Press Web chat from noon to 1 p.m. EST (9 to 10 a.m. PST) Wednesday to help seniors with Medicare enrollment. The enrollment period opened Monday and continues until Dec. 31. In the meantime, here’s a tool at Medicare.gov to determine whether you’re eligible to enroll and a Medicare Guide from the South Florida Sun Sentinel that can help you get a jump on signing up.
BUSINESS
January 24, 2012 | By David Lazarus
Here's your tears-on-my-pillow Tuesday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --We're managing our money better. The consulting firm McKinsey says that since 2008, all types of U.S. private-sector debt -- such as mortgage, credit card and corporate loans -- have fallen as a percentage of the broader economy. Household debt in the U.S. has fallen a total of $584 billion over the last four years, a 15% decline relative to people's overall disposable income. Debt carried by businesses has also declined.
NEWS
June 7, 2011 | By Lisa Mascaro
Add Sen. Harry Reid to the list of prominent Democrats who aren’t rushing to Rep. Anthony Weiner’s side. Asked at his weekly news conference about the Twitter-tarred congressman, Reid replied, “I know Congressman Weiner. I wish there was some way I can defend him, but I can't. The Senate majority leader, a Democrat from Nevada, demurred when asked if the New Yorker should resign, saying, “I'm not here to defend Weiner.” Reid was asked what advice he would give Weiner.
HEALTH
January 11, 2010
Advice on how to pick a therapist How do you know if your provider is right for you? Professionals from both sides of the debate offer some tips: Bruce Wampold, University of Wisconsin: "Get referrals from friends. Give your therapist a reasonable amount of time. If you feel connected and trust them, and they have a reasonable plan, stick with them. If not, get somebody else." John Norcross, the University of Scranton, Pa: "When selecting a therapist, by all means ask if they're familiar with the best available research to reach treatment goals.
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