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Bob Lutz Thinks The Model S Will Be Collectable After Tesla 'Went Broke'

According to a story that appeared in the Los Angeles Times, seasoned former auto executive Bob Lutz had some nice words to say about the Tesla's Model S but some less-than-shining comments about Tesla itself. More »      

Scarlett Johansson addresses James Franco at Women's March: "I want my pin back"

Just a few days after James Franco attended the Golden Globes with a Time’s Up pin indicating his support for the campaign to set up a legal defense fund in support of women who have been harassed in the workplace, The Los Angeles Times published a story about five women who had accused him of “sexually inappropriate… Read more...

Scarlett Johansson Wants Her Time’s Up Pin Back, James Franco

On Saturday, actress Scarlett Johansson called out actor James Franco, according to the Los Angeles Times, in a speech that pointed the finger at those who publicly claim to be allies of the Time’s Up movement but privately are alleged predators themselves. “My mind baffles,” she began, “How could a ... More »

Scarlett Johansson brilliantly called out James Franco during her Women's March speech

As one of the many women who began Time's Up, the initiative advocating for women in all industries financially and otherwise, Scarlett Johansson was invited to speak at Los Angeles' Women's March—and she used her moment on stage toShow More Summary

Natalie Portman, Alfre Woodard, Olivia Munn and more bring Time's Up fire to Women's March in L.A.

Backstage at the Los Angeles Women’s March, near the steps of City Hall, a star-studded assembly of powerful Hollywood women including Eva Longoria, Scarlett Johansson, Alfre Woodard, Olivia Munn, Natalie Portman and Viola Davis took turns delivering fiery political speeches to a crowd of 600,000...

They feared a Trump presidency when he was inaugurated. A year later, they're only more afraid

To the editor: On Inauguration Day in 2017, I wrote a letter to the editor that was published the next day in the Los Angeles Times. In the letter, I recalled staying at a remote tent “resort” during President Obama’s inauguration in 2009, during which another guest from Denmark congratulated me...

One idea to cut down on straws: Drink beer instead of soda

To the editor: The first thing in the Los Angeles Times’ editorial that caught my eye was the 500 million straws allegedly discarded by Americans per day. I’m sure conservationists’ hearts are in the right place, but that equals two straws for every man, woman and child in the country per day....

The alleged abuse of 13 children in Perris is an indictment of our neighborhoods, say readers

Southern California has seen enough cases of the prolonged abuse and neglect of children, some resulting in deaths, that the Los Angeles Times’ letter writers recite a familiar refrain when another notable case make the news: How can the suffering of a child happen so long without effective intervention?...

California Governor Blocks Parole For Manson Family Member

In a decision announced earlier tonight, California Gov. Jerry Brown overturned the parole board’s ruling and will keep convicted killer and Manson family member Leslie Van Houten in prison, according to a Los Angeles Times report. Van...Show More Summary

Essential Arts & Culture: Ed Moses dies, a woman leads the L.A. Phil, architecture's award controversy

A bit of sadness. And some riotous performances. The week in culture has run the gamut. I’m Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer at the Los Angeles Times, with your week’s important culture news: ‘COOL SCHOOL’ PIONEER PASSES Ed Moses, the personable Los Angeles painter known for a wide range of works...

Kim and Kanye Announce New Daughter's Name

The new baby sister of North and Saint has a name: Chicago. The Los Angeles Times reports Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West named their new daughter— born Monday via a surrogate—after the rapper's hometown. Kardashian-West announced the name Friday on her website, app, and Twitter account. It appears...

Garcetti now faces a pivotal choice tinged with politics, race and gender: Selecting a new chief

Shortly after Charlie Beck announced he will retire as chief of the Los Angeles Police Department, City Councilman Joe Buscaino declared on Twitter that it was time for a woman to take his place. Others speculated Friday about whether the department should be led by an insider or an outsider, someone...

After 136 Years Without A Union, Los Angeles Times Staffers Decided It Was Time

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"The days of the newsroom passively standing by while management did whatever they wanted are over."

New Los Angeles Times union wants a say in the paper’s possible move

Times staffers say the company was considering relocating to the Westside Today, the National Labor Review Board counted ballots cast by the Los Angeles Times newsroom and found support for the union among 85 percent (or 248 people) of staffers eligible to join, the Los Angeles Times reported. Show More Summary

What Fuels Superstar Olympic Snowboarder Chloe Kim? In-N-Out and 3-Hour Halfpipe Sessions

If you're not yet acquainted with Chloe Kim, it's time for that to change. The 17-year-old Winter Olympics newcomer from Los Angeles has been making headlines in the snowboarding world since long before she was old enough to competeShow More Summary

James Franco Accuser Forced To Go To FBI Over SERIOUSLY Scary Death Threat!

If you're wondering why women have such a heard time speaking out about sexual misconduct, take a good look at what's happening to Violet Paley. Five women came forward accusing James Franco in a Los Angeles Times exposé. Violet has become the most visible, possibly due to staying vocal on Twitter, especially after the Golden Globes. Related: [...]

L.A. Times publisher to take unpaid leave of absence amid misconduct allegations

Los Angeles Times Publisher and Chief Executive Ross Levinsohn was placed on an unpaid leave of absence Friday as the paper’s parent company, Tronc, investigates allegations of inappropriate conduct while he was an executive at other companies. Times President Mickie Rosen will lead the newspaper...

In historical vote, 'Los Angeles Times' newsroom will form union

Journalists voted 248 to 44 to unionize for the first time in the newspaper’s 136-year history.        

L.A. Times Publisher Placed On Unpaid Leave

Los Angeles Times publisher Ross Levinsohn has been placed on an unpaid leave of absence pending the outcome parent company tronc’s investigation into allegations of sexual harassment, the company confirmed. Times President Mickie Rosen...Show More Summary

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