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Meetings may add up to decision on math textbook

School board special meeting to follow presentation, workshop on textbook selection process.

Bernie Sanders gets voices on key Democratic Party committee

Hillary Clinton: Don't let Donald Trump bankrupt the country like he did his casinos May 23, 2016, 2:17 p.m. Bernie Sanders backs off his tone on rival Hillary Clinton. Clinton goes after Donald Trump's business record Both Sanders and Bill Clinton seem to agree that Trump poses a threat Hillary...

Top GOP Sen. Bob Corker meets with Donald Trump as VP speculation swirls

Hillary Clinton: Don't let Donald Trump bankrupt the country like he did his casinos May 23, 2016, 2:17 p.m. Bernie Sanders backs off his tone on rival Hillary Clinton. Clinton goes after Donald Trump's business record Both Sanders and Bill Clinton seem to agree that Trump poses a threat Hillary...

Man pleads guilty in decades-old O.C. murder case

A 45-year-old man pleaded guilty Monday for his role in a decades-old kidnapping and revenge murder, according to the Orange County district attorney's office. Shannon Ray Gries pleaded guilty to one count of felony murder in the death of Gonzalo Ramirez, whose mutilated body was found along an...

State Senate votes to bar private communications with Coastal Commission members

California politics updates: Gov. Brown warns against 'scorched earth' presidential campaign, lawsuit seeks to extend voter registration May 23, 2016, 2:13 p.m. Welcome to Essential Politics, our daily feed on California politics and government news. Here's what we're watching: Gov. Jerry Brown...

Former UCLA QB Jerry Neuheisel makes his debut playing football in Japan

Jerry Neuheisel, the former UCLA backup quarterback who chose not to use his final year of eligibilty for the Bruins following his graduation, made his debut over the weekend playing football in Japan. Playing for the Obic Seagulls on Saturday, he threw a 67-yard touchdown pass on the first play,...

Two San Diego high schools go on lockdown after back-to-back threats

Two San Diego high schools were locked down after back-to-back threats were called in Monday morning, a district spokeswoman said. The first threat was called in to Clairemont High School on Ute Drive in Bay Park about 11:35 a.m., said Linda Zintz, spokeswoman for the San Diego Unified School District....

'Game of Thrones': Sophie Turner talks facing Littlefinger and putting the ball in Sansa's court

Sansa Stark is no longer a pawn in the "Game of Thrones" -- she's a player. This week's episode proved that the character, who was once regularly referred to as "little dove," is ready to be a wolf. Actress Sophie Turner took us behind the scenes on Sansa's big moments in "The Door," an episode...

Evangelicals are the kind of Latinos the GOP could be winning. But probably not with Donald Trump

Samuel Rodriguez is the kind of Latino whom Republicans hoped they could count on in 2016. An evangelical Christian pastor who opposes the Democratic Party’s stance on abortion and same-sex marriage, Rodriguez led a prayer onstage at the 2012 GOP national convention. This election cycle, he publicly...

Graduation, the end that's a beginning

The end is near — the end of the school year, which brings the excitement of moving onward and upward for all, and the excitement of graduation for many. The graduation ceremony is one of the few formal rites of passage in our society. It is a means by which we publicly acknowledge a student's attainment...

'The party should be unified' after the convention, Bernie Sanders aide says

Hillary Clinton: Don't let Donald Trump bankrupt the country like he did his casinos May 23, 2016, 12:18 p.m. Bernie Sanders backs off his tone on rival Hillary Clinton. Clinton goes after Donald Trump's business record Both Sanders and Bill Clinton seem to agree that Trump poses a threat Hillary...

The Times' endorsements in the June 7 election

These are The Times' endorsements for the June 7 primary. The Times endorses selectively; these recommendations do not cover every race on every Californian’s ballot. Voting by mail is underway. In the presidential race, voters select from candidates running for a particular party nomination; winners...

As Lake Mead dwindles, can an interstate water war be far behind?

The last time two states went to war over water, it was 1934. The combatants were California and Arizona and the casus belli was the start of construction of Parker Dam, which would direct water from the Colorado River into California via the Colorado River Aqueduct. The episode unfolded with a...

Staff moves in the California delegation

California politics updates: Gov. Brown warns against 'scorched earth' presidential campaign, lawsuit seeks to extend voter registration May 23, 2016, 11:20 a.m. Welcome to Essential Politics, our daily feed on California politics and government news. Here's what we're watching: Gov. Jerry Brown...

Stocks mostly flat as investors wonder what Fed will do to interest rates

Stocks were mixed in quiet trading Monday as investors sat on the sidelines waiting to see where the Federal Reserve might move interest rates next month. Energy stocks fell along with the price of crude oil. The Dow Jones industrial average was up 31 points, or 0.2%, to 17,531 as of 1:50 p.m....

Former investment firm executive Jim Ford joins L.A. Olympic bid committee

LA 2024 has added Jim Ford, a former investment management firm executive, to its Olympic bid committee as senior adviser. Ford formerly served as managing director for Oaktree Capital Management, which is a major shareholder in The Times' owner, Tribune Publishing. "Jim’s business acumen and financial...

Memorial Day travel expected to be busiest since 2005

With gasoline prices more than $1 cheaper than at this time last year, the number of Southern Californians traveling for the Memorial Day weekend is expected to be the highest since 2005. The Auto Club of Southern California expects 2.89 million Southern Californians and 4.67 million people statewide...

CHP takes on wayward baby geese in 'slowest pursuit ever'

By the standard of police pursuits, the one that unfolded on Interstate 80 in Berkeley wasn't the fastest or most dangerous. But it was the cutest. California Highway Patrol officers found themselves in their "slowest pursuit ever" Sunday morning, while trying to corral a gaggle of baby geese off...

Eva Longoria marries Mexican TV executive; celeb guests take selfies of every moment

Here's hoping the third time's the charm for Eva Longoria, as the actress and activist walked down the aisle for the third time, Saturday, wedding José Antonio Bastón, in a small private ceremony in Valle de Bravo, Mexico. Bastón, 48, serves as president of television and content for Televisa,...

Freddie Gray case: Baltimore Police Officer Edward Nero found not guilty of all charges

Baltimore Circuit Judge Barry Williams on Monday acquitted Officer Edward Nero of all counts for his role in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray. The judgment, following a five-day bench trial, is the first in the closely-watched case. Nero, 30, faced four misdemeanor charges of second-degree...

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