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  • Why L.A.'s crime rise is no surprise

    Why L.A.'s crime rise is no surprise

    After more than a decade of decline, violent crime in Los Angeles rose more than 20% during the first half of 2015, with felony assaults up 26% and robberies up 19%. Why, no one yet definitively knows. But there's plenty of speculation.

  • Ohio's nonsensical attack on abortion rights

    Ohio's nonsensical attack on abortion rights

    A bill in the Ohio Legislature that would ban a woman from having an abortion solely because of a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome is blatantly unconstitutional and probably unenforceable.

  • Do we need a 'Khloe's Law' to stop #stupidrude Kardashian antics?

    Do we need a 'Khloe's Law' to stop #stupidrude Kardashian antics?

    Residents in beach communities from the Pacific Palisades to Mar Vista awoke early Wednesday morning to thunderous explosions. Was it a terrorist attack on LAX? Did a power plant explode? Armageddon?

  • Joseph Stiglitz explains why the Fed shouldn't raise interest rates

    Joseph Stiglitz explains why the Fed shouldn't raise interest rates

    As central bank governors, Federal Reserve officials, economists and reporters convene for the annual economic policy retreat in Jackson Hole, Wyo., this weekend, the question on everyone's mind is: Will the Fed raise interest rates come September?

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Migrant exodus to Europe

Tens of thousands of migrants fleeing war and poverty are attempting to reach safety in Europe. This summer's unprecedented exodus from Syria, Afghanistan, Eritrea and other nations in turmoil has inundated southern Europe and exhausted the generosity of countries suffering their own economic woes.SEE THE STORY

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