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Cleanup Bill at Nuke Waste Dump Could Rival Three Mile Island

An explosion at a nuclear waste dump in New Mexico two years ago is now looking like what might be one of the most expensive cleanups in US history, the Los Angeles Times reports. Long-term damage was far greater than federal officials let on after a drum filled with radioactive...

Wednesday is officially 'Kobe Bryant Day' in Los Angeles

Did you really think Kobe Bryant's retirement tour would end with his final game?  This thing could drag on until the end of time, baby.  SEE ALSO: On getting older: Kobe and LeBron as the NBA pages turn The Los Angeles City CouncilShow More Summary

Election Update: Leave The LA Times Poll Alone!

I’m tired of hearing about the USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times tracking poll. I’m tired of hearing about the poll from Donald Trump fans such as Reince Priebus, Matt Drudge and Donald Trump himself. They frequently cherry-pick that poll because it consistently shows much better results for Trump than the other surveys. As of Tuesday morning, […]

Massive Wildfire Threatens One of California’s Most Famous Landmarks

A huge wildfire that has been raging for days has created a crisis for the famed California landmark Hearst Castle, located above San Simeon on the state’s Central Coast. The Los Angeles Times reports that the fast-moving Chimney Fire, which...

What's happening: Danny Trejo's taco truck, Serafina in L.A., Lincoln owners open cafe in Montrose

Now that the Olympics have ended, it’s time to get back to what really matters: Dinner. Here’s a look at what’s been happening in the Los Angeles restaurant scene.  Trejo’s has a taco truck: Danny Trejo, the actor who recently opened Trejo’s Tacos on La Brea Avenue in Los Angeles, is launching...

Those Wacky, Carbon-Tax-Backing, ‘Guns-Are-WMDs’ Libertarians

Gary Johnson, speaking with the editorial board of the Los Angeles Times earlier this month: I’m open also to the notion of a carbon tax. That it does have an impact, that it ends up being revenue-neutral. I’m not looking at this asShow More Summary

Stained glass windows stripped from old Hollywood church

Preservationists aren’t happy A set of 90-year-old stained glass windows have been removed from an old Hollywood church, and preservation-minded neighbors are none too pleased. As the Los Angeles Times reports, the windows were stripped...Show More Summary

Lonzo Ball and UCLA win a late-night affair in basketball opener in Australia

Late night with Lonzo Ball started shortly before 3 a.m. Los Angeles time on Tuesday. The prized UCLA freshman had ventured halfway around the world to make his Bruins debut against Sydney University as part of his team’s three-game, late-summer tour of Australia. Ball entered the exhibition game...

Full Moon’s ‘Dark Angel’ Ascends to Blu-ray!

Released for the first time on Blu-ray, Full Moon Features’ classic horror Dark Angel : The Ascent starring Angela Featherstone (HBO’s Girls, Friends) and directed by Linda Hassani. The release, remastered in 16 x 9 Widescreen and 5.1 Surround, digitally restored from the original 35mm camera negative, bows September 15. OFFICIAL SYNOPSIS Deep in the […]

Time Inc. To Debut New Content at Virtual Reality Conference

LIFE VR, a multi-platform virtual reality brand, is scheduled to premiere new content at “VR On The Lot,” a conference to be held on Oct. 13-14 at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles. LIFE VR, an extension of Time Inc.’s LIFE brand, will include programming from the media company’s more than 25 brands, including TIME, People,…

Today: Clinton's Foundation Issues Aren't Settling. A Video the LAPD Didn't Want You to See.

I'm Davan Maharaj, editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. TOP STORIES Clinton’s Foundation Issues Aren’t Settling Bill Clinton has announced he will step down from the board of the family's namesake foundation if Hillary Clinton is elected...

Angels' stadium negotiations with Anaheim off to a rocky start

On Monday, less than two weeks after The Times first reported the Angels and the city of Anaheim had revived talks on a new stadium lease, the team lost a bid to prevent a large-scale development adjacent to the parking lot controlled by the team. The Anaheim Planning Commission dismissed the Angels’...

Viewing Picks for August 23, 2016

All Times Eastern Boxing Premier Boxing Champions, Sands Bethlehem Event Center, Bethlehem, PA Super Middleweights Juan De Angel vs. Caleb Plant — FS1, 9 p.m. College Football Inside College Football: Heisman Preview — CBS Sports Network, 7 p.m. Show More Summary

Tronc takes over the phones at LA Times

The new telephones going into the newsroom at the Los Angeles Times carry the Tronc brand.

Video of controversial South L.A. arrest - and a plea deal that allowed an LAPD officer to avoid jail time - prompts criticism

Newly released video showing a Los Angeles police officer kick and punch a man during a 2014 arrest in South L.A. drew strong reactions Monday as well as criticism of prosecutors for offering the officer a deal that allowed him to avoid jail time. The president of the civilian panel that oversees...

The political dimension of Olympic success

There are times when national and sporting narratives seem almost to be perfectly synchronised. America’s success at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, which presaged the Reagan landslide later in the year, offered golden proof that the country’s long national nightmare of Vietnam and Watergate had finally come to an end. Show More Summary

Sonic Screwdriver Bottle Opener: A Time Lord’s Best Friend

I would assume after a hard day of fighting Daleks and Weeping Angels, a Time Lord would need a cold one to wind down. I’m not sure a standard Sonic Screwdriver would be able to open…

MEDIA MYTH ALERT: “That myth of the ‘Napalm Girl’ was invoked yesterday in a 900-word profile …

MEDIA MYTH ALERT: “That myth of the ‘Napalm Girl’ was invoked yesterday in a 900-word profile of [Associated Press photographer, Nick Ut] in the Los Angeles Times. The article referred in its opening paragraph to Kim Phuc, saying she had been ‘scorched by American napalm,’” W. Joseph Campbell writes at his Media Myth Alert blog. […]

An LAPD officer will avoid jail time for assaulting a man in South L.A. Watch the video of what he did.

The video shows a Los Angeles police officer rushing toward the middle of the South L.A. street where two officers were holding a man on the ground. Officer Richard Garcia swings his right leg and kicks the man hard near his head. Over the next 10 seconds, the video shows Garcia knee the man in...

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