Guy Adams

Guy Adams was The Independent's Los Angeles correspondent from 2008-2012.

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Directors William Faulkner,left, and Woody Allen, right

William vs Woody Allen as Faulkner estate sues director over two-line quote

Copyright action arising from a moment's dialogue in Midnight in Paris shows how carefully directors must tread

Fright night: New York gears up for Halloween, but fears are all in the mind

The Halloween poisoner has US in his grip

A new study casts doubt on an urban legend, but the myth of the deadly candy refuses to die

Mitt Romney and Barack Obama are neck and neck as election day approaches

Stop calling this number! Why the US is sick of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney

As the campaign for the presidency enters its final furlong, the voters are becoming inured to the constant appeals for votes – but with so much at stake, they show no sign of drying up

Lawyer Gloria Allred talks with reporters outside the court in Massachusetts yesterday

Mitt Romney denies he lied under oath to protect friend in divorce settlement

Romney is believed to have testified that Staples was in trouble with its shares worth under $2

Marina Volnova of Kazakhstan and America's Claressa Shields compete in the Olympics

All amateur fights are suspended after US boxing boss says all female fighters either abused or gay

Decision comes after USA Boxing keeps Hal Adonis on the board despite his inflammatory comments

Princess Sofia, star of the TV film Sofia the First: Once Upon a Princess

She's Disney's first 'Latina' princess: So what happened to the fairytale ending?

Studio embroiled in another diversity row amid claims new character is not Hispanic enough

What the voters say: Our panel reacts to last night's final presidential debate

Jake Duhaime, 28. Publicity and Special Projects manager, votes in Massachusetts

2008 – did not vote

2012 – plans to vote Romney

As someone who used to call Detroit home, it has been hysterical seeing both candidates discuss the auto industry, especially when they talk about jobs being shipped overseas. The thing I really marvel at, though is that Mitt Romney has not once, not ONCE, mentioned that earlier this year, government-owned Chevrolet pledged to spend $559 million to put its name on Manchester United's kit. That's 1,400 middle class jobs right there.
 

Romney wins battle for evangelical vote with blessing from Billy Graham

Mitt Romney notched up a key victory in the battle for America's powerful evangelical vote after the nation's most famous preacher, Billy Graham, published a series of newspaper adverts offering what amounts to an endorsement of the Republican's challenger's bid for the White House.

Mitt Romney on the campaign trail in Virginia last week

Young voters hold the key to victory

The Democrats are shifting their focus to the under-30s

Michael Brutsch, aka ‘Violentacrez’, told CNN he ‘had made mistakes’

Internet's biggest troll says sorry... 'to some degree'

Blogger behind 'jailbait' forum claims Reddit staff 'encouraged' him

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