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Expert Hacked iPhone for L.A. Cops in Homicide Probe

A cellphone expert overrode the lock function on an Apple iPhone to help Los Angeles police in a homicide investigation around the time U.S. authorities were battling the company to open other phones in criminal cases, court records showed on Thursday. The successful hack of the iPhone 5s in the Los Angeles case is another sign U.S. Show More Summary

Quickies: OxyContin, the best PAC, and a “wellness” advocate facing legal action

Categories: Quickies OxyContin’s 12 hour problem – “But OxyContin’s stunning success masked a fundamental problem: The drug wears off hours early in many people, a Los Angeles Times investigation found. OxyContin is... (Read more......

Today: OxyContin's 12-Hour Problem. Behind the 'Grim Sleeper' Verdict.

4 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

I'm Davan Maharaj, editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. TOP STORIES ‘You Want a Description of Hell?’ OxyContin's 12-Hour Problem A lot has been written over the last 20 years about OxyContin and its role in the nation's prescription...

'Everything at the same time': Anna Karina as more than a muse in Los Angeles

Even setting aside her acclaimed work in the 1960s with the filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard, actress Anna Karina has a formidable career that includes working with directors Luchino Visconti, George Cukor, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Jacques Rivette, Tony Richardson and Jonathan Demme. Yet it is the series...

Zika virus as a pale blue dot

Detailed animation of the Zika virus Plenty has been said elsewhere as this visualisation has already featured in New Scientist, the Los Angeles Times and Mashable, but Visual Science asked me to take a look and it’s nice enough to share. The model is part of Visual Science’s Viral Park project, which also includes models of HIV, influenza […]

OxyContin's 12-Hour Promise a Bitter Pill to Swallow

When OxyContin was released in 1996 by Purdue Pharma it claimed that one dose of the drug would control pain for 12 hours. Purdue has made $31 billion from the painkiller, a chemical cousin of heroin. The Los Angeles Times dug through...Show More Summary

Grim Sleeper Found Guilty of Killing 10 Women

With a guilty verdict Thursday, the Grim Sleeper officially became one of the "most prolific and enduring serial killers" in California history, the Los Angeles Times reports. Lonnie Franklin Jr., 63, was convicted of murdering 10 women, one only 15 years old, between 1985 and 2007 in South Los Angeles....

Clinton: Trump’s Feuds With Megyn Kelly and Carly Fiorina Part of a ‘Much Broader Attack’ Against Women

17 hours agoNews : Mediaite

Speaking to the Los Angeles Times editorial board Wednesday, Hillary Clinton said that Donald Trump was "not going to get away with" his attacks on women.

How the LA Times aims to go global

The Los Angeles Times is about to adopt a new strategy--again. The paper has long cycled between different approaches, many of them represented in just the past year. Publisher Austin Beutner was abruptly fired in September despite receiving...Show More Summary

Shanghai Disneyland draws thousands daily and it isn't even open yet

23 hours agoHealth : Booster Shots

Welcome to another edition of In the Loop, the Los Angeles Times' theme park newsletter. I'm Funland theme park blogger Brady MacDonald, and this week, we examine what the DreamWorks deal means for Universal parks, welcome the first Latina princess to Disney parks, take a test drive on the new...

San Andreas Fault 'Locked, Loaded, Ready to Roll': Scientist

It's the most well-known US fault, but the San Andreas Fault's southern section hasn't been behind a major earthquake since a 7.9-magnitude temblor in 1857—and that's got Thomas Jordan worried, the Los Angeles Times reports. "The springs on the San Andreas system have been wound very, very tight,...

News: LAPD hacked into iPhone 5s for murder investigation

The Los Angeles Police Department successfully hacked into a locked iPhone 5s belonging to the slain wife of “The Shield” actor Michael Jace, according to a new report from the Los Angeles Times. Reviewing court papers, The Times discovered...Show More Summary

11 Marvel (and 1 'Star Wars') scenes to prepare you for 'Captain America: Civil War'

LOS ANGELES — Captain America: Civil War is Marvel Movie No. 13, and you are probably not ready for it. But you can be. Whether you've seen all 12 previous Marvel movies multiple times or have never seen even one, you can still makeShow More Summary

Court documents reveal LAPD was able to unlock iPhone 5s while FBI was fighting Apple

According to documents obtained by the Los Angeles Times, the LAPD was able to bypass the lock screen of an iPhone 5s during the same period that the FBI was in a legal battle with Apple. The report shows that the LAPD found a "forensic...Show More Summary

Who Wants To Fall For A Gay Millionaire?

yesterdayLGBT / Gay : Queerty

The sumptuously atmospheric Upper East Side gay drama, Those People opens for a one-week run this weekend at the Cinema Village in New York City and the Arena Cinema Hollywood in Los Angeles. First time writer-director Joey Kuhn brings to the screen this semi-autobiographical tale of a pining eroticized friendship between his alter-ego Charlie (distractingly [...]

LAPD cracks iPhone 5S in murder case, but it probably wasn't encrypted

An iPhone 5S being held as evidence in the investigation of a 2014 murder has reportedly been unlocked by the Los Angeles Police Department, though the timing of the crime suggests that the phone in question may not have been protected by encryption.

LAPD successfully hacked a locked iPhone 5s during time FBI said it couldn’t access 5c

LAPD detectives have successfully hacked into a locked iPhone 5s despite the phone having a Secure Enclave, according to an LA Times report. Los Angeles police investigators obtained a method to open the locked iPhone belonging to the...Show More Summary

Former Lakers Coach Byron Scott 'Shocked' Over Firing

Former Los Angeles Lakers head coach Byron Scott says he thought he had more time to right the ship before the team fired him last week.

Hardened Security Features of iPhone 5s Successfully Hacked in LAPD Murder Investigation

Los Angeles police investigators have discovered a workable method to bypass the hardened security features of a locked iPhone 5s, according to The Los Angeles Times. In court documents seen by the newspaper yesterday, LAPD detectives...Show More Summary

Today: Hospital Deaths in Pasadena. #NeverTrump? Well ...

I'm Davan Maharaj, editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. TOP STORIES More Deaths Linked to Medical Scopes Huntington Hospital officials in Pasadena had confirmed in August that three patients were sickened last year after undergoing...

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