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"Dontcha worry none now Johnny--can I call you Johnny?--I gotcher big ol' debatin' thing squared away right good, youbetcha. | AP Photo/Stephan Savoia, File

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John McCain in LA Today Just a day ahead of the much-talked about VP debate on Thursday, Republican presidential nominee Joh McCain hoped wallets ran deep at a fundraiser at the Century Plaza Hyatt Regency in Century City. We figured folks were going to score the lapel pin that came with your $1-2.5k ticket.

Video of Man Punching Teen Girl at McDonald's Video captured inside a McDonald's near Crenshaw and Florence in South LA shows an unidentified man in a blue polo shirt repeatedly punching a 16-year-old girl in the face. The LAPD released the video in the hopes of getting help from the public in determining who the alleged assaulter is.

LA Was Not as Interested in VP Debates, TV Ratings Show Although we talked (and drank along to) about it, the numbers cannot lie. In the Los Angeles market the Biden-Palin VP Debates were not what sets were tuned in to, according to Nielsen.