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Christopher Goffard

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Christopher Goffard is an author and a staff writer for the Los Angeles Times. He shared in the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for the paper’s Bell coverage and has twice been a Pulitzer finalist for feature writing, in 2007 and 2014. His novel "Snitch Jacket" was a finalist for the Edgar Allan Poe Award for Best First Novel. His book "You Will See Fire: A Search for Justice in Kenya," based on his Times series, was published in 2011.

Recent Articles

  • Authorities identify man killed by sheriff's deputy in La Puente

    The Los Angeles County coroner has identified an alleged intruder shot to death Friday by a L.A. County Sheriff's deputy in La Puente as 25-year-old Johnny Rangel. Coroner's investigator Brian Kim said investigators did not know where Rangel was from. The shooting occurred about 1:15 a.m. Friday...

  • 15-year-old gunned down on Carson street

    15-year-old gunned down on Carson street

    Detectives are searching for gunmen who killed a 15-year-old boy as he was walking on a street in Carson Saturday afternoon, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said. Sheriff's spokesman Deputy Mike Barraza said the boy was with a female companion near Sepulveda and Avalon Boulevards around...

  • A mother in pursuit of safety for her family makes a wrenching choice

    A mother in pursuit of safety for her family makes a wrenching choice

    She woke before dawn in the cramped apartment in Istanbul. She kissed her three children as they slept, and decided not to wake them. She might lose her courage if she did. She said goodbye to her husband and stepped into the chill of the dark street, under the towering minaret of the mosque next...

  • Jackie Collins, best-selling author of sexy Hollywood novels, dies at 77

    Jackie Collins, best-selling author of sexy Hollywood novels, dies at 77

    Jackie Collins, whose dishy novels about the private lives of the Hollywood glitterati catapulted her to best-seller lists for decades, died Saturday in Los Angeles after a battle with breast cancer that she kept largely secret, her publicist said. She was 77. Collins revealed the illness only...

  • Jackie Collins dies at 77; author of 'Hollywood Wives'

    Jackie Collins dies at 77; author of 'Hollywood Wives'

    Bestselling novelist Jackie Collins died Saturday in Los Angeles after a battle with breast cancer, her publicist said. She was 77.  Collins hadn't revealed that she had the illness except to her family and closest friends, but she spoke about it in a recent interview with People, which revealed...

  • Publisher Austin Beutner is fired after a yearlong drive to reshape The Times

    Publisher Austin Beutner is fired after a yearlong drive to reshape The Times

    Los Angeles Times Publisher Austin Beutner was abruptly fired Tuesday after leading a yearlong drive to reshape the media company by emphasizing digital experimentation, a deeper connection with the community and efforts to cultivate ardent readers in the belief that advertising would follow.Jack...

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