LOS ANGELES - So you like your hot sauce south-of-the-border spicy, with that extra punch?
LOS ANGELES — So you like your hot sauce south-of-the-border spicy, with that extra punch?
In a 12-day, cross-continent journey, Los Angeles Times reporter John Glionna and two older sisters escorted their 90-year-old father, John, by RV and ferry from Florida to Alaska. Here, Dad lounges in the RV with Peg Nogaro in the foreground and Pat Howe in the back.
We were someplace outside San Antonio, crossing the high plains of West Texas in a rented RV the size of a city bus, when the winter storm took hold.
Circuit Judge Kim Wanker, in the old courthouse in Goldfield, Nev., regularly travels hundreds of miles across the state's sprawling, sparsely populated rural areas in order to hear cases.
GOLDFIELD, Nev. -Judge Kim Wanker is behind the wheel, again. The highway is a straight line into the desert's nothingness, where crows begrudgingly relinquish their spots on the hot asphalt. She motors past wild horses, diners with portraits of John Wayne and anonymous dirt roads leading of…
Abigail Goldman, a former Las Vegas crime reporter, has raised eyebrows online and in the local art world.
LAS VEGAS - Abigail Goldman was wandering the Internet when she came across the model train website that changed her life. She noticed all the miniature figures were engaged in wholesome activities - waving to strangers, helping neighbors.
SEOUL, South Korea - In 1967, Kim Young-soon was a dancer in
Pyongyang, North Korea, when her best friend visited with crazy
SEOUL, South Korea - The drop box is attached to the side of a
home in a ragged, working-class neighborhood. It is lined with a
soft pink and blue blanket, and has a bell that rings when the
little door is opened.
NAMYANGJU, South Korea - The big jet looks forlornly out of
place perched in the near-deserted suburban lot, as if it just
skidded off a nearby airport runway or crash-landed minutes
SEOUL, South Korea - The headline captured the latest cuisine
controversy in this seafood-crazy country: "Can eating octopus
heads be hazardous to your health?"
Dede Koswara, left, is an Indonesian man struck by a rare disease that makes his body sprout strange tree-root-like warts.
SEOUL, South Korea - The way U.S. officials see it, there's
little mystery behind the most notorious shipwreck in recent Korean
SEOUL, South Korea - As a boy in the North Korean capital, Kang
Chol Hwan kept aquariums. In a city of dull grays and shadows, he
found solace in his menagerie of colorful fish.
BEIJING - Sex-shop owner Wang Yunsu wondered how so many
competitors could suddenly undercut her low prophylactic