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Matt Hamilton

Matt Hamilton is a reporter in the Metro section for the Los Angeles Times. He has covered legal affairs, crime and breaking news across California. He joined The Times in 2013 as an intern reporting on criminal trials in Los Angeles County. Hamilton was part of the team of reporters that received a Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of the 2015 terrorist attack in San Bernardino. He grew up in Delaware and studied Catholic theology at Boston College. Before completing a degree in journalism at the University of Southern California, he edited magazines in Amman, Jordan.
USC's tentative $215-million settlement in Tyndall abuse cases likely just the beginning of financial pain for the university

USC said Friday it had reached an “agreement in principle” to pay $215 million to patients treated by Dr. George Tyndall, the longtime campus gynecologist accused of abusing and sexually harassing scores of young women.

Scores more former patients sue USC over gynecologist's alleged sexual misconduct

Ninety-three people have sued USC over alleged sexual misconduct by longtime campus gynecologist George Tyndall.

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