Los Angeles Times3 min. leídosAmerican Government
Editorial: 10 Years Of Limbo. DACA Recipients Need Permanent Relief Now
One of the few issues most Americans can agree on when it comes to the thorny topic of immigration is that longtime residents who were brought into the United States illegally as children should be granted permanent status. Congress should seize the
Los Angeles Times8 min. leídos
Kevin De Leon Refuses To Resign From The LA City Council. What Happens To His Constituents?
LOS ANGELES — Just down the street from Pamela and Valentin Marquez's tidy two-bedroom home, next to an industrial strip where trains rumble through the night, is a park and playground with a walking path through oak trees. For decades, the couple, n
Los Angeles Times10 min. leídos
'We Were The Greatest Team Ever.' Anthony Davis, 1972 USC Trojans Savor Their Legacy.
Fifty years after the game that changed his life, Anthony Davis sits in an office surrounded by a museum of his USC memorabilia, wondering what might've been if his biggest moment never materialized. The six touchdowns Davis scored on Notre Dame that
Los Angeles Times5 min. leídosWorld
Looking For A Boost, Taiwan’s Oldest Political Party Turns To The Great-grandson Of Chiang Kai-shek
TAIPEI, Taiwan — Between internal strife, muddled campaign messages and a stance on China that has become a political liability, Taiwan’s oldest political party is deep in existential crisis. The Chinese Nationalist Party, better known as the KMT, or
Los Angeles Times6 min. leídosWorld
A New Foreign Policy Headache For Biden As Israel Forms Its Most Right-wing Government Ever
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration is grappling with how to deal with a new Israeli government that will be the most right-wing in that country's history and may stand in the way of core U.S. goals for the Middle East. The new government will be l
Los Angeles Times6 min. leídos
‘It’s A Disaster.’ Drought Dramatically Shrinking California Farmland, Costing $1.7 Billion
In the fall, rice fields in the Sacramento Valley usually shine golden brown as they await harvesting. This year, however, many fields were left covered with bare dirt. “It’s a disaster,” said rice farmer Don Bransford. “This has never happened. Neve
Los Angeles Times9 min. leídos
Review: A Critic Takes A Second Look At Alejandro G. Iñárritu's 'Bardo' — And Is Thankful He Did
It's no surprise — perhaps it was even inevitable — that one of the more widely criticized scenes in "Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths," Alejandro G. Iñárritu's magnificent and maddening new movie, would feature an artist confronting his
Los Angeles Times5 min. leídosPolitical Ideologies
Karen Bass Drew More Votes Than Any Mayor Candidate In LA History
LOS ANGELES — A record number of Los Angeles voters cast ballots for mayor in this month's election, the result of changes in the electoral calendar, the state's easing of voter registration rules and the provocative contest between U.S. Rep. Karen B
Los Angeles Times3 min. leídos
'He Always Shows Up.' How Memo Ochoa Became Mexico's Consistent World Cup Hero.
DOHA, Qatar — If someone were to put together a highlight reel of Mexico's performances in the last three World Cups, it would include a lot of footage of goalkeeper Memo Ochoa. There he was in 2014, making six saves — including two on close-in heade
Los Angeles Times4 min. leídosCrime & Violence
Commentary: One Lesson From The Weinstein Case Is That Men Like Me Must Speak Out About Abuse
Last month, as a new sex crimes trial began for Harvey Weinstein in Los Angeles, defense attorney Mark Werksman insisted that Weinstein was falsely accused by women and was the victim of the #MeToo movement. During opening arguments, Werksman attacke
Los Angeles Times4 min. leídosAmerican Government
Jackie Calmes: Clarence Thomas' Jan. 6 Conflicts Of Interest Are Showing Again
Amid all the attention recently to "Trumpty Dumpty's" do-over presidential candidacy, the midterm elections and Speaker Nancy Pelosi's semi-farewell, one bit of Washington news was overshadowed but shouldn't be. As with Donald Trump, we must not beco
Los Angeles Times4 min. leídos
Robin Abcarian: On The Fifth Anniversary Of The #MeToo Movement, The Reckoning Continues
What a bracing coincidence! On the fifth anniversary of the #MeToo movement's explosion, disgraced movie mogul and convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein is on trial once again for rape, this time in Los Angeles. And "She Said," a feature film about the N
Los Angeles Times3 min. leídos
Sam Farmer's NFL Week 12 picks
The Los Angeles Times' NFL writer, Sam Farmer, examines this week's matchups. Lines according to FanDuel Sportsbook (O/U = over/under). Last week's record 9-5 (.643); season 98-65-1 (.601). Using point spreads with the scores Farmer predicted, the re
Los Angeles Times11 min. leídosCrime & Violence
A Top LAFD Official Fled A Crash But Got Rewarded Instead Of Disciplined
LOS ANGELES — Late on a Sunday night, Ellsworth Fortman, an assistant chief for the Los Angeles Fire Department, walked out of Marci's Sports Bar and Grill in Santa Clarita and climbed into his Dodge Ram pickup truck for the drive home. Fortman had t
Los Angeles Times3 min. leídos
Amari Bailey Sparks UCLA’s Big Win Over Pepperdine
Amari Bailey could hear the insults coming from the opposing bench. UCLA’s freshman guard was called a nonshooter. The defense he saw reflected those words, players sagging off to give him extra room to shoot while guarding against drives toward the
Los Angeles Times4 min. leídos
Helene Elliott: 'He's Got That Fiery Spirit.' Kings' Jonathan Quick Keeps Defying Time, Chasing Wins.
More than a dozen goaltenders have challenged Jonathan Quick's hold on the Kings' net. Not one has succeeded. Erik Ersberg couldn't beat him out for the No. 1 job. Nor could Jason LaBarbera, Jonathan Bernier, Ben Scrivens, Peter Budaj, Ben Bishop, Je
Los Angeles Times5 min. leídos
Commentary: End The Romance Of Thanksgiving, As A Great Pequot Scholar Argued 2 Centuries Ago
In November 1620 the Mayflower deposited about 100 Pilgrims at the Wampanoag community of Patuxet, which the newcomers renamed New Plymouth. A year later, the English and Wampanoags enjoyed a three-day feast. For generations, Americans have celebrate
Los Angeles Times3 min. leídos
Rams' Lack Of Creating Turnovers Has Become A Big Problem
It qualifies as more than a dry spell, goes well beyond a drought. The Rams have not intercepted a pass or recovered a fumble in their last four games — all losses. They have forced one turnover in their last eight games. Safety Nick Scott intercept
Los Angeles Times3 min. leídosWorld
UC Berkeley Student Groups' Refusal To Invite Zionist Speakers Draws Civil Rights Complaint
LOS ANGELES — A federal civil rights complaint accuses the University of California, Berkeley of an "act of discrimination against the Jewish community" by allowing law school student groups to adopt bylaws refusing to invite speakers who support Zio
Los Angeles Times3 min. leídos
World Cup: U.S. Looks To Gain Respect In Game Against England
DOHA, Qatar — No one expects the U.S. to beat England. The oddsmakers say the World Cup matchup Friday in Al Khor on the edge of the Qatari desert is a huge mismatch, like leading lambs to slaughter. England is ranked fifth in the world. It made the
Los Angeles Times3 min. leídos
College Football Saturday: The Six Best Games To Watch And Stream
The Los Angeles Times will highlight the top college football games worth watching each week. Here's a rundown of six games in Week 13 of the 2022 season that should be worth your viewing time. All times are Pacific. To say there is a lot at stake i
Los Angeles Times5 min. leídos
Study: Climate Change Is Increasing The Frequency And Temperature Of Extreme Heat Waves
LOS ANGELES — As California awakens to the worsening risk of extreme climate events, researchers are shedding new light on last year's anomalous and extreme Pacific Northwest heat wave. One study published this week said such heat waves could become
Los Angeles Times2 min. leídos
Lakers’ Patrick Beverley Suspended Three Games For Shoving Deandre Ayton
SAN ANTONIO — The NBA deemed that Patrick Beverley’s “history of unsportsmanlike acts” played a major role in the Lakers point guard being suspended for three games without pay for “forcefully shoving” Phoenix Suns center Deandre Ayton from behind a
Los Angeles Times4 min. leídos
Bill Plaschke: With No Accountability, Mater Dei Coach Bruce Rollinson Retires Under A Dark Cloud
He stood at midfield in the Rose Bowl, a triumphant figure poised at the center of the national prep football universe, basking on the precipice of retirement from a long and illustrious career. Then why doesn't Bruce Rollinson want to talk about it?
Los Angeles Times3 min. leídosInternational Relations
Commentary: Negotiations Can’t End The Russia-Ukraine War Until One Side Has Lost
In recent days we see an increase in calls for a negotiated solution of the war in Ukraine. From the chairman of the Joint Chiefs, from progressive members of Congress and from leading international relations scholars, a growing number of voices urge
Los Angeles Times2 min. leídos
Rams' Matthew Stafford Won't Play Against Chiefs But Not Because Of Concussion
LOS ANGELES — Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford is in concussion protocol but has been ruled out for their road game against the Kansas City Chiefs because of a neck issue suffered against the New Orleans Saints, coach Sean McVay explained Wednesday.
Los Angeles Times6 min. leídos
Fragments Of A Troubled Young Life Emerge, But Mysteries About Anderson Aldrich Remain
New details have emerged in the case against Anderson Aldrich, the suspect in the deadly shooting at an LGBTQ nightclub, that have raised further questions about a potential motive in the attack that left five dead and 18 wounded in Colorado Springs,
Los Angeles Times3 min. leídos
Dominant Anthony Davis Not Enough As Lakers Fall To Suns
There's the promise — Anthony Davis swishing top-of-the-key jumpers, corralling every rebound and disrupting opposing offenses in every possible way. But there's also the problem — Davis awkwardly getting his left arm tangled around Devin Booker's he
Los Angeles Times5 min. leídosCrime & Violence
Fragments Of A Troubled Young Life Emerge, But Mysteries About Anderson Aldrich Remain
In the months before Anderson Aldrich allegedly opened fire on a Colorado Springs, Colorado, LGBTQ nightclub, killing five and wounding 18 others, their mother posted in a Facebook group for women in the Church of the Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint
Los Angeles Times7 min. leídos
Don't Get Scammed This Holiday Season. Here's What To Watch Out For
Scammers may be ever present online, but when the holidays roll around, they go into high gear. That's because "all of the stars align" for bad actors, said Mark Ostrowski of Check Point Software, an online security company. The shopping rush, big sa
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