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Texas 'affluenza' teen is fighting deportation from Mexico; mother arrives in L.A.

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-01

The mother of a Texas teenager known for using his wealthy upbringing, or “affluenza,” as a defense in a fatal drunk driving case arrived in custody in Los Angeles on Thursday after authorities...

State Department warns that Cameroon is a high-risk travel destination for U.S. citizens

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-03

The U.S. State Department is warning Americans about the high risk of traveling to Cameroon. In particular, the department said, U.S. citizens should avoid all travel to the north regions because of...

UCLA shows a lack of energy and effort in 85-78 loss to Washington State

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-04

Tony Parker sat on the bench, still without his warmup sweats, still holding out hope that he might return to the game. He exited with more than six minutes remaining. But the minutes ticked by in...

Lakers' Kobe Bryant, D'Angelo Russell questionable Tuesday vs. Golden State

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-06

Two Lakers are questionable tonight against the Golden State Warriors: Kobe Bryant and D'Angelo Russell. Bryant has missed the last two games because of a sore shoulder. Russell has been bothered by...

Julian Jacobs says he'll try to play against Arizona State

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-07

USC junior point guard Julian Jacobs said after practice Wednesday that he would try to play in the Trojans' Thursday night matchup with Arizona State. Jacobs did not practice because of a left ankle...

Brown declares state of emergency at Porter Ranch amid massive gas leak

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-07

Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday ordered new regulations, including stepped-up inspections and safety measures, for all natural gas storage facilities in California in response to the continuing leak...

USC is in a better place after 75-65 victory over Arizona State

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-08

USC started Thursday's game against Arizona State with the same fast-paced flair that helped the Trojans jump out to a 22-point advantage over Washington on Sunday. Just like in that game, they...

State air board criticizes Southern California smog regulators over adoption of industry-backed rules

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-09

The state Air Resources Board has criticized Southern California smog regulators for adopting industry-backed regulations to control emissions from the region's largest facilities, saying they may...

Suspect in shooting of Philadelphia policeman pledged allegiance to Islamic State, officials say

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-09

A Muslim man who allegedly shot and wounded a Philadelphia police officer in a late-night ambush told investigators he pledged his allegiance to Islamic State and carried out the attack “in the...

Pac-12 basketball: Washington defeats Washington State in OT

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-10

Andrew Andrews scored 29 points, including two free throws with 3.4 seconds left in overtime, to lift Washington to a 99-95 victory at Washington State on Saturday afternoon. Dejounte Murray scored...

Boyfriend of San Bernardino victim will bring a message of tolerance to the State of the Union

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-10

Touched by the kindness of Muslim neighbors after his boyfriend was killed in the San Bernardino terrorist attack last month, Ryan Reyes became an unplanned spokesman against religious intolerance....

'It was like an action movie,' neighbors say of El Chapo's capture in Mexico

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-10

His house was nothing special, a single-story, tree-shrouded home in a middle-class neighborhood in this seaside city. And there the world's most sought-after drug kingpin hid for months until his...

UCLA avoids a letdown with 81-74 victory over Arizona State

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-10

On Thursday night, right after UCLA had defeated No. 7 Arizona, UCLA Coach Steve Alford issued a challenge. He was still savoring the victory. But, he said, he would use Saturday's game against...

In the state budget, too many good programs can sometimes be bad

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-11

Gov. Jerry Brown's new state spending plan could be called a chicken budget — as in the chickens are coming home to roost. Not bad chickens, mind you. But expensive. The birds I'm talking about are...

Journalists Jailed For Criticizing Government In Zimbabwe

The Huffington Post – 2016-01-11

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Two Zimbabwean journalists were arrested after they reported that the government secretly paid salaries and bonuses to intelligence staffers while other civil servants...

Could Abortion Become a Wedge Issue in the South’s Last Semi-Swing State?

Slate – 2016-01-12

Could abortion become a wedge issue in North Carolina—the South’s last semi-swing state—in 2016? That’s question raised by a New York Times piece published Sunday about an anti-abortion law...

Mr. President, you failed to stand up for gun control in your State of the Union

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-14

Sorry, Mr. President, that won't do. Not a mere passing reference to gun control in an hour-long State of the Union address, your last ever. Yes, you've talked a lot about firearms violence in recent...

Sean Penn says he's 'sad about the state of journalism' in '60 Minutes' interview

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-18

In an appearance Sunday on "60 Minutes," Sean Penn defended his interview with Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman. Speaking to Charlie Rose, the actor described the 10,000-word article he...

Missing bookseller makes tearful 'confession' on China state TV

The Bookseller – 2016-01-19

The Chinese government has broken its silence on the disappearance of five Hong Kong booksellers widely suspected of being detained by the authorities over the publication of controversial...

Cal State faculty get support for possible strike from Los Angeles union members

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-20

If the long-running dispute over faculty salaries at Cal State University culminates in a strike, the professors on the picket lines will have the support of fellow union workers in Los Angeles...

WAN-IFRA aims to help women journalists achieve their potential

The Guardian – 2016-01-20

Female newspaper executives from seven African countries attend editorial leadership programme designed to close the gender gap in newsroomsThe World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers...

Live Coverage: Gov. Jerry Brown's State of the State

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-21

Gov. Jerry Brown delivers his annual State of the State speech from the Assembly chambers in Sacramento this morning. The Times has complete coverage from Sacramento and reaction from across the...

Up next for USC: Sunday at Oregon State

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-24

USC AT OREGON STATE When: Sunday, noon. Where: Gill Coliseum, Corvallis, Ore. On the air: TV: Pac-12 Networks; Radio: 710. Update: No. 21 USC's first stint as a ranked team since 2008 could be a...

What Gov. Brown's State of the State speech lacked: punch

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-25

Unlike other governors, if Jerry Brown had his druthers about the annual State of the State address, he'd probably just skip it. He doesn't appear to put much stock in the tradition — doesn't see...

No. 14 Iowa State blows by No. 4 Kansas, 85-72

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-26

Kansas had Iowa State's number for what felt like a century. The Cyclones might finally be turning this rivalry in their favor. Monte Morris scored 21 points, Georges Niang had 19 and No. 14 Iowa...

EU police warn of more Islamic State attempts at large-scale attacks

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-26

Islamic State and other extremist groups are capable of carrying out more large-scale attacks in Europe and are likely to attempt to do so, the European Union's police agency Europol said Monday. Rob...

Should journalists outsource fact-checking to academics?

Poynter. – 2016-01-26

Fact-checking, with its reliance on statistics and experts, longer publishing times and occasionally unsexy findings, is in several ways more akin to academia than it is to other parts of journalism....

Cal State chancellor tackles tuition, diversity and salaries

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-27

Tuition increases will likely become a new reality for students in the California State University system because of the state's disinvestment in higher education, Chancellor Timothy P. White said...

Back home, USC resumes winning ways with 81-71 win over Washington State

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-29

USC couldn't get a stop for most of the first half Thursday night and couldn't buy a basket for most of the second.But the Trojans ended up with a double-digit victory anyway, defeating Washington...

Seventh Republican debate: Candidates tangle over Islamic State and immigration in Trump's absence

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-29

More from Trail Guide Jan. 28 5 things to watch for in tonight's Republican debate (minus Donald Trump) Jan. 27 What a Republican debate would look like without Donald Trump Jan. 26 Campaign says...

FBI releases video of Oregon occupier's fatal shooting by state police

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-29

The FBI released video Thursday that shows Oregon State Police fatally shooting one of the men who occupied an Oregon wildlife refuge. Officials said he was reaching for a handgun that was in a...

Up next for UCLA men's basketball: Saturday vs. Washington State

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-30

UCLA vs. WASHINGTON STATE When:4. Where:Pauley Pavilion. On the air: TV:Pac-12 Networks; Radio: 570. Update:When these teams met for the first time earlier this month, UCLA appeared listless for much...

Seminary student arrested in California en route to Mexico to have sex with child, authorities say

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-30

Federal authorities say an Ohio seminary student has been arrested in California on suspicion of intending to travel to Mexico to have sex with a toddler or baby. See more of our top stories on...

UCLA's juggled lineup results in big win over Washington State

Los Angeles Times – 2016-01-31

UCLA Coach Steve Alford had seen enough. After consecutive losses in which the Bruins gave up 86 points apiece, Alford inserted sophomore forward Jonah Bolden into the starting lineup for Saturday's...

South African education lists fear state publishing move

The Bookseller – 2016-02-08

Educational publishers in South Africa are meeting with the National Department of Basic Education this week in a bid to allay fears over a potential move towards state publishing that trade figures...

Report: Ford to Build Auto Plant in Mexico

ABC News – 2016-02-08

Ford plans to build an auto plant in Mexico, according to an online report published Sunday

Consumer Confidence: A Recessionary State of Mind

Publishing Perspectives – 2016-02-11

Nielsen sees 55 percent of those surveyed on global consumer confidence saying that in the fourth quarter of 2015, they believed the were in recession. The post Consumer Confidence: A Recessionary...

Pope to visit Mexican state hit by narco-violence: 'You are living your little piece of war'

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-12

When Pope Francis visits the western state of Michoacan next Tuesday, he will step into a plaza that holds the memory of one of the drug war’s most heinous acts of violence. On Sept. 15, the eve of...

On the eve of Pope Francis' arrival in Mexico, not everybody is so welcoming

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-12

As Mexico prepares for the Friday arrival of Pope Francis, not everyone is looking forward to the visit. How much the trip is costing — and whether that money would be better spent combating...

Up next for USC: Friday night at Arizona State

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-12

When: 6 p.m. PST, Friday. Where: Wells Fargo Arena, Tempe, Ariz. On the air: TV: Pac-12 Networks; Radio: 830 Update: After a brief interlude, USC (18-5, 7-3 in the Pac-12 Conference) is back in the...

State-of-the-nation novel to Gallic Books

The Bookseller – 2016-02-13

Gallic Books is to publish a "skilfully woven state-of-the-nation novel" by Antoine Laurain called French Rhapsody.

Mariachis and 'Cielito Lindo' welcome Pope Francis to Mexico City

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-13

Pope Francis arrived Friday night on his first trip as pontiff to the overwhelmingly Roman Catholic country of Mexico, following a historic meeting in Cuba with the leader of the Russian Orthodox...

Text of Pope Francis' speech at the National Palace in Mexico City

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-14

With President Enrique Peña Nieto, his Cabinet and an array of politicians as his audience Saturday inside the 17th century National Palace, Pope Francis signaled the most intractable problems...

Pope Francis urges Mexico to guard against the forces of 'kidnapping and death'

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-13

Pope Francis wasted no time on his first full day in Mexico on Saturday, signaling the grievous ills faced by the troubled country and the responsibility of the powerful for perpetuating them. With...

Pope Francis, visiting a bastion of poverty, envisions Mexico as a land of opportunity

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-15

Pope Francis on Sunday went to one of Mexico’s poorest and most dangerous cities and urged hundreds of thousands of faithful to make Mexico a land of opportunity, “where there will be no need to...

In a Mass in Chiapas, Pope Francis denounces the exclusion of Mexico's native peoples

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-15

In a Mass sprinkled with indigenous languages and customs, Pope Francis Monday gave recognition to the "misunderstood" and "excluded" native peoples long repressed by Mexican power. Traveling to the...

Cal State Long Beach student sexually assaulted at frat party, police say

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-17

Police are looking for a man who sexually assaulted a Cal State Long Beach student at an off-campus fraternity party over the weekend. The student said the attack occurred during a party at the Kappa...

With Pope Francis' border city visit, Texans rediscover Mexico -- and like what they see

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-17

As she stopped her SUV to be inspected by a customs agent, Andrea Aguirre offered an explanation that’s heard a lot these days as people cross from El Paso south to its sister city. “We’re...

John Kerry meets with Hollywood studio executives to talk Islamic State

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-17

Secretary of State John Kerry met with Hollywood studio chiefs in Los Angeles on Tuesday to discuss various topics including Islamic State.  Kerry uploaded a photo of the meeting on Twitter, saying,...

Gov. Jerry Brown wants state to put $176 million toward Exide cleanup

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-18

Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday announced a plan to spend $176.6 million to expedite the testing and cleanup of potentially thousands of lead-contaminated homes surrounding a shuttered battery...

Mexico to play June soccer friendly in San Diego

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-18

The Mexican national team's preparation for this summer's Copa America soccer tournament will include a June 1 friendly in San Diego against an as-yet unnamed opponent. El Tri also will play an...

Pope Francis calls out Donald Trump over his plan to build U.S.-Mexico wall

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-19

Welcome to Trail Guide, your host through the wilds of the 2016 presidential campaign. It's Thursday, Feb. 18, and here's what we're talking about:Donald Trump on being called out by Pope Francis:...

State officially declares Porter Ranch-area gas leak capped, but uncertainty remains

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-19

State officials formally declared the Aliso Canyon gas leak capped Thursday, but uncertainty remains about the future of the facility and the residents who live around it. The capping of the leaking...

California couple pleads guilty to smuggling 911 sea turtle eggs from Mexico

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-20

A Southern California couple pleaded guilty Friday to smuggling 911 endangered sea turtle eggs from Mexico into the United States, federal prosecutors said. Olga Jimenez, 52, and Jose Jimenez, 64,...

Clippers rally late but it's just window dressing as Golden State finally slams door on its 115-112 win

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-21

It looked like a low-pressure gig when C.J. Wilcox checked into the game with nearly five minutes left. All the seldom-used Clippers guard needed to do was hustle, play some defense and try not to...

Privacy or publicity? Book guides journalists through a legal quagmire

The Guardian – 2016-02-24

How the law has dealt with the clash between celebrities, including Britain’s royal family, and an inquiring, sometimes intrusive, media Everybody thinks they should enjoy their privacy. Everybody...

Ex-state Sen. Leland Yee gets 5 years in prison in corruption case

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-25

A federal district judge sentenced former state Sen. Leland Yee, a San Francisco Democrat, to five years in prison Wednesday for trading political favors for campaign contributions. He was also fined...

Turkish court frees journalists, saying their rights were violated

The Guardian – 2016-02-26

They spent three months in prison for publishing an article about Turkey’s arms transfers to Syria - now they face life sentences in a coming trialTwo Turkish journalists who have spent three...

Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris overwhelmingly wins state Democratic Party endorsement

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-28

Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris won the coveted California Democratic Party endorsement for U.S. Senate on Saturday, solidifying her status as the front-runner and delivering a setback to her top rival,...

Girls' wrestling: Gabby Garcia of Placentia Valencia is four-time state champion

Los Angeles Times – 2016-02-28

Gabby Garcia of Placentia Valencia has become only the second four-time state champion in CIF girls' wrestling history. She won another state title on Saturday night in Visalia, winning at 126...

Supreme Court to decide on abortion laws: Can a state regulate clinics out of business?

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-02

In a vast region of Texas that is "larger than California," the Supreme Court was recently told, no doctors or health clinics would be licensed to perform abortions if the state is allowed to enforce...

Up next for USC: Wednesday vs. Oregon State

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-02

USC tonight USC VS. OREGON STATE When: 8 p.m. Where: Galen Center. On the air: TV: FS1; Radio: 690. Update: USC (19-10, 8-8 Pac-12 Conference) has won only two of seven games without its backup...

Marco Rubio wins his first state, but his Super Tuesday struggles raise concerns

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-02

Although he won in Minnesota, Marco Rubio's failure to win anywhere else on Super Tuesday raises fresh questions about the Florida senator's strategy to secure the Republican presidential...

Pac-12: California rallies to defeat Arizona State

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-06

Tyrone Wallace matched a season high with 24 points and made two decisive free throws in the final minute to lead No. 25 California to a 68-65 comeback victory over Arizona State on Saturday night...

Lakers' Kobe Bryant, Jordan Clarkson will play against the Golden State Warriors

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-07

Both Kobe Bryant (sore right shoulder) and Jordan Clarkson (strained tendon in left knee) will play today when the Lakers host defending NBA champion Golden State Warriors at Staples Center. Bryant...

Lakers pull off the shocker of the NBA season, stunning the league-leading Golden State Warriors, 112-95

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-07

You know you were waiting for it to happen. Waiting for the Lakers to blow their surprisingly big lead. Waiting for the team with the second-worst record in the NBA to come back to Earth. Waiting for...

Golden State Warriors' winning ways show how NBA basketball has changed

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-08

As surprising as it was to watch the Golden State Warriors get blown out by the last-place Lakers, there is a simple explanation for what happened Sunday at Staples Center. The mystery is that it...

The Precarious State Of Logo Design

Fast Company – 2016-03-08

Branding launches have morphed into a design industry telenovela. Here's how firms are adapting.Three weeks ago the Metropolitan Museum of Art—known colloquially and now formally as "the...

As a potential strike looms, Cal State faculty and trustees remain at odds over pay

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-09

California State University faculty members appealed to trustees Tuesday to do more to avert a strike at the nation's largest university system, but the two sides remain at odds over salaries for...

State Senate leader will introduce measure to counter Southern California air board's industry-friendlier plans

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-09

The leader of the state Senate said Tuesday that he will push to reverse efforts by the Southern California air quality board to adopt pollution rules friendlier to industry, saying swift action is...

Journalists must be protected in order to combat propaganda

The Guardian – 2016-03-11

Swedish Radio chief supports call for the UN to appoint a special envoy responsible for overseeing issues concerned with the safety of journalists Two years ago today, a Swedish radio journalist was...

Dentsu Aegis Buys Digital Agency Flock in Mexico

Advertising Age – 2016-03-11

Dentsu Aegis Network is adding to its Isobar network by buying one of Mexico's best-known digital agencies, Flock, marking Isobar's first step into Spanish-speaking Latin America. Isobar already...

Without this Texas clinic, women with unwanted pregnancies would have to travel 230 miles or cross into Mexico

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-12

As patients arrived at the Rio Grande Valley's lone abortion clinic last week, they were greeted by two men standing outside: a security guard and a protester clutching a rosary and a sign reading,...

In Madrid and Mexico City: La Lectora Futura is Here Now

Publishing Perspectives – 2016-03-14

La Lectora Futura is a web-based project designed to bring together book lovers and pros around literature from Spain, Mexico, Colombia and Argentina. The post In Madrid and Mexico City: La Lectora...

UC Merced attacker was inspired by Islamic State and likely 'self-radicalized,' FBI says

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-18

A man who stabbed four people at UC Merced last year before he was fatally shot by police appears to have been inspired by the militant group Islamic State but acted alone, the FBI said Thursday.The...

State revises proposed bullet train routes, but San Fernando Valley communities remain skeptical

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-18

The California rail authority has proposed major bullet-train route changes that would put more of it underground as it crosses the San Fernando Valley, avoiding some of the impacts of aboveground...

State Senate leader proposes bill for $250 million to help fund 2024 Olympics

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-19

The leader of the state Senate has introduced a bill that would provide up to $250 million in financial guarantees as part of Los Angeles’ bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics. State Senate President...

State has funds to build first segment of bullet train, legislative analyst finds

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-19

The state has enough money to build an initial operating segment of the bullet train from San Jose to the Central Valley but faces major uncertainties about funding for the entire 500-mile system and...

Girls' baskeball: Cajon advances to Divison II state final

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-19

"I want to scream right now." So said Kayla Washington of Cajon, the standout senior bound for Washington State who led her team to the state Division II final on Saturday morning with a 51-30...

Basketball: CIF state championship schedule

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-20

  2016 CIF Basketball State Championships Schedule – Sleep Train Arena, Sacramento Thursday 10:00 a.m.  Division V Girls – Village Christian vs. Eastside College Prep 12:00 p.m. Division V...

Who gets to see police body camera footage? State lawmakers may decide this year

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-20

With police departments across California continuing to equip their officers with body cameras, state lawmakers are trying again to set rules for their use, including one of the thorniest policy...

Boys' basketball: No. 1 Chino Hills is 34-0 and one win away from state championship

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-20

Chino Hills' singular focus to end the basketball season with a state championship is one win away from fruition. The Huskies, ranked No. 1 in the nation, improved to 34-0 on Saturday night before a...

South Florida rebounds from early deficit to defeat Colorado State, 48-45

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-20

In the second NCAA Tournament game at Pauley Pavilion on Saturday, the sixth-seeded South Florida Bulls came back from an early deficit to defeat the 11th-seeded Colorado State Rams, 48-45. The Bulls...

Boys' basketball: Ayala earns Division III state final berth

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-21

The "other" basketball team in Chino Hills, Ayala, earned a trip to play in the state Division III championship game with a 63-54 win over Bonita on Saturday night at Colony. Ayala (33-3) will play...

Border pedestrian bridge project delays are feared over Mexico's lack of funding

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-21

U.S. and Mexican authorities said that they are working to address concerns over a possible delay in the opening of a much-needed new pedestrian border entrance in San Ysidro known as PedWest. The...

Islamic State claims responsibility for Brussels attacks that killed at least 34

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-23

Officials have discovered an additional explosive device that failed to detonate in the attacks on two main transit hubs in the Belgian capital of Brussels that left at least 34 dead and scores...

Boys' basketball: Four years after exodus, St. Bernard is playing for state title

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-22

In the summer of 2012, St. Bernard hit rock bottom. Reggie Morris Jr. resigned as basketball coach and athletes throughout the sports program started a mass exodus after changes were made to the...

California politics: White House holding water summit with Golden State in spotlight

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-22

Welcome to the recess edition of Essential Politics, with the focus squarely on politics and the June 7 California primary. Some of the latest headlines: Condolences are pouring in as we learn more...

229 leaks found in state's underground gas storage facilities, most considered minor

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-23

Only one of the dozen underground gas storage facilities in California had no leaking gas wells or fixtures, according to tests required by state regulators in the wake of a well blowout in Southern...

Jeff Green is cleared to play for Clippers as they prepare to play Golden State

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-23

Some help is on the way for the Clippers at a time when they seem mentally drained from losing games they expected to win and will be challenged again when they face the defending champion Golden...

Former Gawker editors on the Hogan trial aftermath: 'It's about what journalists can cover'

The Guardian – 2016-03-26

Is it a blog? A magazine? A conversation? A tasteless drunken boor at a party? Perhaps all of this and more over 14 years of innovative web journalismAfter the verdict awarding former pro wrestler...

At Cal State L.A., Pennington group delivers modern dance with a message

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-28

Los Angeles, which underappreciates its dance artists, owes a debt to John Pennington. He is one of the city’s treasures. Performer, choreographer, teacher and legacy-keeper of the late Bella...

California proposal for state-run retirement plan for private-sector workers moves forward

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-29

California has taken a step closer to becoming the first state to make retirement savings accounts a near-universal benefit for workers with a plan that lawmakers hope will help ease an expected...

Portland Paper Whitewashes Role in WWII Internments as State Honors Rights Champion, Former Internee Minoru Yasui

The Huffington Post – 2016-03-29

The Oregonian photo page from May 10, 1942 somehow, someway found smiling young internees effortlessly going about their daily lives behind barb wire and armed soldiers. A year later, President...

State to begin using children's blood tests to focus cleanup of Vernon battery recycling plant

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-31

Under intense criticism from California lawmakers, the state will begin using blood test results from children to help focus its massive cleanup of lead-contaminated homes in southeast Los Angeles...

Cal State can't rely on out-of-state students for a revenue boost. Here's what it does instead

Los Angeles Times – 2016-03-31

As the leader of a large public university system, Timothy P. White said he can understand why the University of California decided to boost its revenue by admitting more students from out of state....

State Supreme Court will not hear Santa Clarita family's tribal custody appeal

Los Angeles Times – 2016-04-01

The California Supreme Court will not hear an appeal from a Santa Clarita family to return their longtime foster daughter, who is part Choctaw, after the girl was removed from their home last week...

Michigan State's Denzel Valentine, Kansas' Bill Self win AP player, coach of year awards

Los Angeles Times – 2016-04-01

Denzel Valentine of Michigan State is The Associated Press player of the year, edging out Oklahoma's Buddy Hield by three votes. Valentine is the first Spartans player to win the award. Bill Self of...

San Diego scuba diver dies in New Mexico underwater cave accident

Los Angeles Times – 2016-04-01

A veteran San Diego scuba diving instructor died over the weekend while exploring underwater caves in New Mexico that had been sealed for 40 years. Shane Thompson, 43, was entombed overnight in a...

China state planner sees consumer, property prices rising in 2016: paper

Reuters – 2016-04-05

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's consumer prices are likely to rise modestly this year while property prices in some major cities could climb, the state planner said in a report published in the China...

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