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ENTERTAINMENT
August 8, 2013 | By Gerrick D. Kennedy
Covering Lindsay Lohan's ongoing legal troubles and recent (court-ordered) trip to rehab have become sport for gossip rags. But one headline we didn't expect to see: news that the troubled actress got into a tiff with renowned soul-funk singer Chaka Khan. The two reportedly  feuded during a rehab stint at Cliffside Malibu, forcing Khan to leave the treatment center early due to “disruptive behavior” from Lohan. “Chaka was really cool about everything at Cliffside, but Lindsay just pushed all of her buttons to the point where she was aggravated and tired of Lindsay's ...,” a former patient told Radar . PHOTOS: The trials and tribulations of Lindsay Lohan “Lindsay was just doing stupid stuff for attention, so Chaka told her she was childish and told her to grow up. She never lost it, but started yelling at Lindsay.
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ENTERTAINMENT
July 16, 2013 | By Patrick Kevin Day
Before reality TV, we had to rely on "Family Feud" for our occasional voyeuristic glimpses into the domestic lives of America. Now Honey Boo Boo, Mama June and the rest of the rural Georgia clan of "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" are going old school with their own appearance on "Family Feud. " The Shannon-Thompson family is set to face off against fellow reality show stars from its sister TLC show, "Cake Boss. " The showdown, with Steve Harvey as host of the current interation of "Feud," will film in Atlanta on July 22. VIDEO: Summer 2013 TV preview On the "Honey Boo Boo" side are "Mama June" Shannon, Lauryn "Pumpkin" Shannon, Anna "Chickadee" Shannon, Jessica "Chubbs" Shannon, Mike "Sugar Bear" Thompson and, of course, Honey Boo Boo herself, Alana Thompson.
WORLD
July 3, 2013 | By Robyn Dixon, This post has been updated. See the note below for details.
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- In the end, the bitter family feud came to this: Police used a pickax to break down the gates at the home of Nelson Mandela's grandson Wednesday in search of the bones of the elder statesman's dead children. A spokesman for Mandla Mandela, the grandson and a tribal chief, said he agreed Wednesday to obey a court order and allow the remains to be returned after a court found in favor of his rivals within the family. However, police had to force their way into his property in Mvezo where the bodies were believed to be buried, the reports said.
WORLD
June 22, 2013 | By Alex Rodriguez, Los Angeles Times
KARACHI, Pakistan - To members of Imran Khan's upstart Movement for Justice party, the assassination of one of their top officials last month here in the nation's largest city sent a blunt message: Welcome to Karachi, where power, armed thugs and turf wars combine to transform politics into blood sport. Zahra Shahid Hussain, who led the women's wing of the party in the southern province of Sindh, had just gotten out of her car in her driveway when two young men pulled up on a motorcycle, a senior Karachi police official said.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 18, 2013 | By Scott Collins
Charlie Sheen is evidently still having trouble getting along with costars. The producers of Sheen's FX comedy "Anger Management" confirmed late Tuesday that costar Selma Blair will be leaving the show immediately, after reports of friction with Sheen became public over the last day or so. "We are confirming that Selma Blair will not be returning to 'Anger Management' and we wish her the very best," Lionsgate, the studio behind the show, wrote...
WORLD
May 1, 2013 | By Ned Parker and Nabih Bulos, Los Angeles Times
ARSAL, Lebanon - When Mustafa Ezzedine, a Sunni Muslim from this Sunni border town, wanted to buy some furniture, he undertook a clandestine trip into war-torn Syria rather than face harassment, or worse, from Shiite Muslim security officers or townsmen in nearby Lebanese communities. "Although geographically we are in Lebanon, spiritually we are with Syria," said Ezzedine, 66, who was recently freed after being held hostage along with 10 other Sunnis in reprisal for the kidnapping of a Shiite in Arsal.
NATIONAL
April 24, 2013 | By Matt Pearce, Los Angeles Times
The investigation into ricin-laced letters addressed to the president, a U.S. senator and a Mississippi judge highlighted a personal feud Wednesday and an unusual cast of characters - starting with Paul Kevin Curtis, an Elvis impersonator who had pestered officials for years about his conspiracy theory that the federal government was involved in an organ-harvesting plot. Government plot or no, Curtis was, of course, glad that officials had decided to drop the charges against him. He had been arrested last week, days after the letters were sent, and was freed Tuesday.
SPORTS
April 10, 2013 | Jim Peltz
The family feud otherwise known as Formula One's Red Bull Racing team heads to China, with all eyes on its drivers Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber. Vettel, the reigning Formula One champion, and Webber could barely look at each other after the Malaysia Grand Prix two weeks ago, when Vettel snatched victory from his Australian teammate. Webber, 36, was leading Vettel in the race's closing stages when, in one of the unique traits of Formula One, his team instructed the drivers to stay put and conserve their tires until the race was over.
WORLD
April 9, 2013 | Jeffrey Fleishman
The prized scion of Moammar Kadafi is a prisoner of tribesmen in these mountains of scrub and ocher rock. The rebels who captured him after the 2011 civil war that toppled his father have refused to turn him over to the central government in Tripoli or the International Criminal Court in The Hague. The militiamen patrolling hillsides of winding roads and scattered bunkers want Seif Islam Kadafi tried in a rural courtroom and hanged. "Seif is a murderer and a liar. We have our own high court so we'll try him in Zintan," said Alramah Mohammed Elmerhani, a former rebel commander who was wounded in a tank battle.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 2, 2013 | By Jamie Wetherbe
Shia LaBeouf, a guest Monday night on David Letterman's “The Late Show,” decided to speak (instead of tweet) about his abrupt exit from the play "Orphans” weeks before his would-be Broadway debut. LaBeouf described himself as “passionate and impulsive" and suggested that similar qualities in costar Alec Baldwin resulted in the “fireworks.” “We had tension as men, not as artists, but as men,” he told David Letterman. (Cue nervous audience laughter.)
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