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December 31, 1999 | From Reuters
The Securities and Exchange Commission said Thursday that it has charged two executives of American Telephone & Telecommunications Corp. with fraud for selling securities in the firm that purportedly was set up to offer long-distance telephone service via the Internet. The company is not related to telecommunications giant AT&T Corp.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 28, 1996 | MIGUEL HELFT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The city's latest experiment in public transit, a shuttle that circles among seven local shopping destinations, has failed. Because of a lack of interest from the public, the shoppers' shuttle, which was intended to ease parking and traffic congestion around Thousand Oaks' malls, will stop running on New Year's Eve, barely a month after it was launched, city officials said Friday. In November, the City Council approved the shoppers' shuttle for the holiday shopping season.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 31, 1990 | AMY WALLACE and PATRICK McDONNELL, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The San Diego Zoological Society has severed relations with a Kansas animal dealer who said Tuesday that he took four endangered addax antelope from the San Diego Wild Animal Park to a Missouri wild animal auction in 1985. Jeff Jouett, a zoo spokesman, said the zoo cut its ties with animal trader James Fouts in October because zoo staffers had "suspicions" that Fouts did business with wild animal auctions.
IMAGE
May 8, 2011 | By Alene Dawson, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Whether perusing the beauty and personal care products at Target or Whole Foods or shopping online at Sephora, consumers are increasingly encountering the phrase "paraben-free. " What exactly does paraben-free mean, and why might it matter? We take a closer look — including sussing out pretty makeup products that are paraben-free. What are parabens? Parabens are the most widely used preservatives in cosmetics and personal care products such as soap, moisturizers, shaving cream and underarm deodorant, according to the Food and Drug Administration.
SPORTS
December 1, 1986 | From Times Wire Services
With each new major collegiate football coaching opening, the name of Miami Coach Jimmy Johnson comes up as a possible replacement--and there is now talk that he may replace Ted Tollner at USC. "In this business, you always have to have an open mind," Johnson told The Miami News. "Those are the cold, hard facts."
BUSINESS
December 4, 2013 | By Michael Hiltzik
The anti-vaccination movement has long been a public menace. It's responsible for the resurgence of numerous serious diseases that were on the decline, including measles, mumps and whooping cough. Now the movement has been given a big booster shot by Katie Couric, who devoted a large portion of her daily talk show Wednesday to some highly emotional and scientifically dubious claims by critics of Gardasil, a leading vaccine for human papillomavirus, or HPV. The segment focused on a mother convinced that her 20-year-old daughter died after a cycle of Gardasil immunization, and a second family whose 14-year-old daughter fell ill after the shots.
NEWS
December 7, 1997 | LINDA A. JOHNSON, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Getting married, divorced, demoted or sued could hurt more than your wallet. Such changes also may trigger kidney stones, according to a study that, for the first time, links the painful ailment with stress. The study, comparing 200 kidney-stone patients with 200 similar people without the affliction, found the patients were more likely to have endured major stress in the previous two years, said lead researcher Dr. G. Reza Najem of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
NEWS
October 12, 1990 | JOHN DART, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
The survey ranking Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa as the nation's third-largest Protestant church by Sunday attendance also found that 25 of the top 100 are in California, a state better known for secular pleasures than old-time religion. The California churches, 20 of which are in Southern California, generally teach a literal Bible, are theologically and socially conservative, focus on the family, have a dynamic pastor and are not aligned with a mainline denomination.
SPORTS
January 11, 1987 | CHRIS COBBS, Times Staff Writer
While the rest of the college football world frets over such fluffy matters as a playoff system, drug tests and the Boz, folks here are preoccupied with a real stomach-churning issue--capital punishment. Southern Methodist University, the most flagrant sinner in college sports, is being fitted for a noose. The institution that gave football Doak Walker, Don Meredith and Eric Dickerson is facing the athletic equivalent of the death penalty, a two-year suspension from football competition.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 14, 1990 | HENRY WEINSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An NBC attorney attempted Friday to persuade federal appeals court judges in Pasadena to strike down the largest libel verdict against an American news organization--a $5.3-million judgment that the network defamed singer Wayne Newton in newscasts that linked him to organized crime figures. NBC lawyer Floyd Abrams said the stories were the product of aggressive reporting, not ill will, and should be protected by the First Amendment. But Newton's lawyer, Morton R.
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