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To the editor: Jonah Goldberg's anger is misplaced. While I agree that the new law signed by the governor seeking to define what is lawful "consent" in sexual encounters between college students is difficult if not impossible to enforce, Goldberg has trained his rifle on the wrong target....
To the editor: Few people supporting a minimum wage increase to more than $15 an hour by 2019 — far more than the $13.25 by 2017 that L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti has proposed — talk about where the money to pay for it will come from. ("Six L.A. council members seek to boost minimum...
To the editor: Citizenship confers the ability to produce change in your community, whether you were born here or you made the decision to adopt this place as your new home. Citizenship in America is the ability to elevate the culture, not by dividing it but by providing and enriching it with...
Escalating its battle with organized labor, Prime Healthcare Services Inc. reached a deal to acquire six nonprofit Catholic hospitals in California, including St. Vincent and St. Francis medical centers in Los Angeles County.
Gov. Jerry Brown’s campaign war chest for two propositions on the November ballot has grown to more than $10.7 million, according to campaign filings with the state.
A federal judge denied four motions Thursday seeking to delay the Tuesday deadline for retired players and their families to opt out of the proposed NFL concussion deal.
Art Spiegelman says he's not the kind of guy who spends a lot of time on YouTube. The Pulitzer Prize-winning comics artist behind the seminal Holocaust memoir "Maus" says he uses it mainly for listening to music.
The Bing Crosby-Danny Kaye holiday favorite, "White Christmas," is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year. And Paramount is releasing Tuesday a special Blu-ray edition of the film that also stars Rosemary Clooney and Vera-Ellen and features the music of Irving Berlin.
LA Times Celebrates Second-Annual Dining Guide with a Pair of Bite Nites LA Times Celebrates Second-Annual Dining Guide with a Pair of Bite Nites
There was a time when marriages of convenience united royal dynasties across Europe. Now an old marriage of convenience is threatening to rip up Oregon politics.
Yes, we know: Nobody sings Dylan like Dylan, but in his new movie, "St. Vincent," Bill Murray performs a pretty wonderful version of "Shelter From the Storm" over the closing credits.
The Who, a band that first stormed Los Angeles in 1967 during a debut gig at the Hollywood Bowl, have announced a 50th-anniversary North American tour. Extending through much of 2015, "The Who Hits 50!" tour (actually occurring during the band's 51st year) will feature founding members Pete...
Amid one of the best seasons of his career, NASCAR's Dale Earnhardt Jr. turned 40 on Friday.
"Dracula Untold," the new movie that chronicles the origins of the legendary vampire, drew first blood at the box office Thursday night.
"It's going to look worse than it is," said the flight attendant.
Beyond the typical traffic headaches and streets closures, President Obama will leave Los Angeles on Friday with a national monument in its backyard.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel wants more participation from Turkey in the campaign against Islamic State militants, saying the country could help with a range of military issues that include allowing U.S. aircraft to use its bases and training and equipping moderate Syrian...
Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts had a great first quarter and did just enough the rest of the way to hold on for a 33-28 victory over the Houston Texans on Thursday night.
Phil Jackson and Doc Rivers have something in common. They use visualization techniques to help their players.
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