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Los Angeles Country Club agrees to hold U.S. Open in 2023

12 hours agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

The Los Angeles Country Club and United States Golf Assn. have reached a preliminary agreement to stage the U.S. Open at the ultra-exclusive club’s North Course in 2023, the first time the national championship will be held in L.A. since Ben Hogan won the event at Riviera in 1948.

Newswire: Hello Kitty revealed to be not a cat, Internet loses its mind

Sanrio has stated definitively that beloved children’s character/inscrutable void Hello Kitty is not actually a cat, shaking the Internet’s belief system to its very core. This bombshell comes courtesy of the Los Angeles Times, which...Show More Summary

Lynwood gunman who died in standoff was unprovoked, officials say

A man who wounded a Los Angeles County sheriff’s detective in Lynwood Tuesday before barricading himself in an apartment was not part of the investigation taking place at the time, officials said.

Who Will Win an NBA Title First: Lakers or Celtics?

With 33 championships between them, the Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics are without a doubt the cream of the NBA crop. But after decades of consistent dominance, both franchises have fallen on hard times. How hard, you ask? Last season saw the Lakers and Celtics miss the playoffs in the same year for just the second time ever. Show More Summary

Warren Buffett’s Attackers Are Hypocritical

The jury is out as to how much of the Burger King-Tim Horton merger is driven by the desire for tax savings. So far, the range seems to be modestly to not very much. The Los Angeles Times noted “Burger King’s overall effective tax rate in 2013 was 27.5%, according to its annual report. Tim...Read More

Liberal News Outlets Defend the College Board on AP U.S. History

Michael Hiltzik, a columnist for the Los Angeles Times has published a heated response to my piece on the intellectual and political background of the College Board's changes to the AP U.S. History Exam.

The Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation Program at Children's Hospital Los Angeles Earns Its Third Award for Excellence in Life Support

The Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) program at Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) has been honored for the third time with the prestigious Award for Excellence in Life Support by the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization...Show More Summary

Who’s minding public pensions?

By Steven Malanga, Los Angeles Times In September 2012, Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law a modest pension reform measure that tried to close some of the loopholes that could inflate pensions.

Leftists Who Trashed 'No Angel' Term In NY Times for Michael Brown Should Have Trashed Columnist Charles Blow?

The hypersensitive leftists who screamed in social media at The New York Times over using the term “no angel” to describe Michael Brown after he was shot dead in Ferguson ought to read Washington Post media blogger Erik Wemple. Wemple...Show More Summary

Ira B. Liss: It's About Time

So are there any first-rate big bands worth hearing in California outside of the Los Angeles area? So happy you asked. As a matter of fact, San Diego is solidly entrenched in that position thanks to the superb m: Ira B. Liss Big Band Jazz Machine which, coincidentally, has recorded a spe...

Suge Knight released from hospital following Pre-Vma shooting

Music mogul Suge Knight has been released from Cedar Sinai hospital in Los Angeles, three days after getting shot six times at a Pre-Vma party hosted by Chris Brown, TMZ reports.The outlet says the Death Row records co-founder is doing extremely well and won't need any rehabilitation, just a few follow up doctor's visits. Show More Summary

Angels lean on pitching and power to beat Marlins, 6-1

Mike Trout tied a career high with his 30th home run, Gordon Beckham homered for the first time with his new club, and the Angels beat the Miami Marlins 6-1 Wednesday night.

Trout Hits 30th HR in Angels' 6-1 Win Over Marlins

yesterdaySports / Baseball : Bats

Mike Trout tied a career high with his 30th home run, Gordon Beckham homered for the first time with his new club, and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Miami Marlins 6-1 Wednesday night.

Call for Philip Marlowe

It was an hour and a half later. The body had been taken away, the ground gone over, and I had told my story three or four times. We sat, four of us, in the day captain's room at the West Los Angeles station. The building was quiet except for a drunk in a cell who kept giving the Australian bush call while he waited to go downtown for sunrise court. Show More Summary

Eric Garcetti to Raise Minimum Wage

The Los Angeles Times reports that on Tuesday, Mayor Eric Garcetti’s plan to raise the city’s minimum wage to $13.50 an hour in the next three years was confirmed by top business leaders in the community. Gary Toebben, executive director...Show More Summary

Angels' Albert Pujols is again showing stellar form

Every now and then, Albert Pujols reminds us of what he once did on a remarkably regular basis, unleashing the efficient, potent swings that were his trademark when he was voted the National League most valuable player three times and was one of the top power hitters of his generation, or any...

6,000 DWP customers still don't have up-to-date bills, executive says

Nearly a year after the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power installed a faulty new computer billing system, customers are still plagued with billing issues and lengthy wait times when they call with problems, utility executives said Wednesday. 

D.A. Seeks 6-Month Jail Sentence for Wright

The Los Angeles Times reports that suspended Democratic state Sen. Roderick D. Wright may spend six months in jail, if Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney Bjorn Dodd has his way. Dodd requested the Los Angeles County Superior...Show More Summary

Recent spate of shootings called 'open season' on law enforcement

Gunmen have shot at peace officers at least four times over the last eight days – a pace that has a Los Angeles County union official saying it appears to be “open season” on law enforcement.

Latest Updates on Potential NFL Franchise in LA

It has been 20 years since Los Angeles last staked claim to an NFL team, but the league appears to be taking steps toward making L.A. a pro football hotbed once again. According to Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times, the NFL has assigned...Show More Summary

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