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Lawyers Seek Delay in Public Corruption Trial of Ex-State Senator

Lawyers have agreed to delay the public corruption trial of former state Sen. Ron Calderon and his brother until August, court papers obtained Thursday show. Prosecutors... Read more »

The Beginning of the End of the Public University

The 1960s were “the best of times …the worst of times.” As one author put it, a backlash was underway that marked the “Slow Death of Public Higher Education”.... Read more »

The U.S. Economy in 2015: Challenges and Opportunities

With the stock market at an all-time high, a bonanza of cheap gasoline, and unemployment at 5.8 percent, there is increased optimism about the U.S. economy. Yet... Read more »

It’s Only Censorship When They Do It

The deplorable attack on French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, in which terrorists killed 12 and wounded 11, incited several reactions from the public, the sensitized... Read more »

Kingdom Day Parade Marks Legacy of MLK

The 30th annual Kingdom Day Parade worked its way through South Los Angeles today with the theme “Love & Respect: Let It Begin With Me,” and with Los Angeles... Read more »

Angelenos to Join First Lady for State of the Union Address

A teacher, a construction worker, a police captain and the creator of a prison education program — all hailing from the Los Angeles area — are among 22 people... Read more »

Supreme Court to Take Up Ban On Same-Sex Marriage

Same-sex marriage proponents in the Southland and across the country hailed today’s announcement that the U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether gay and lesbian... Read more »

Let’s Move Forward on the Sale of Ontario International Airport

The Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce agrees with Mayor Garcetti that the City of Los Angeles should sell Ontario International Airport (ONT). The business community... Read more »

A Muslim Cartoonist Draws Lessons from the Charlie Hebdo Massacre

As a political cartoonist who happens to be both American and Muslim, I often find myself at the intersection of media curiosity: Muslim, with all the stereotypical... Read more »

Review: ‘Into the Woods’ Is All About the Music

Golden Globe nominated ‘Into the Woods’ Up for a Golden Globe Sunday in the Best Motion Picture or Comedy category, Disney’s Into the Woods is a jaunty... Read more »

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