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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDon Hewitt, the innovative television news pioneer who changed the face of broadcast journalism in 1968 as the creator and executive producer of " 60 Minutes," the long-running CBS News powerhouse that launched the TV newsmagazine genre and turned a...
Along with navigation, logistics and ship-handling, students at merchant marine academies these days also must learn what to do if their ships are attacked by pirates. While there is no formal training on the subject at schools such as the U.S....
Orlando Sentinel Movie CriticIt could have been a salty Real World, or The Hills at Sea. But for all its pretty young faces, prettier seascapes and moments of tension, Morning Light, a new Disney documentary about a youthful crew training and competing in a sailboat race, is sorely...
He was the person people always wanted to be around. A standout football player and homecoming king, Francis L. Toner IV had a smile for everyone at Westlake High School in Westlake Village. "The kid was pure goodness," said Christina Harrison, who...
Sun StaffFirst of two parts The Cape Avinof is waiting for a war. It is tied to a pier in Baltimore 365 days a year, full of fuel, the boilers cleaned and warmed, and the cargo holds lined with wood for loading ammunition. Its orders are to sail on five days'...
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