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Ahigh school counselor in La Puente once told Hilda Solis' mother that the girl really ought to forget about college and become a secretary. Well, so she has. Hilda Solis is the U.S. secretary of Labor. The daughter of factory workers and ardent union...
Berkeley landscape architect Peter Walker has designed bigger projects than the 9/11 memorial in New York, but probably none has carried more weight. The opening of the eight-acre plaza Sunday marks 10 years since the terrorist attacks, and almost as many...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesMegan Cowles' friends envy her good luck. "Everyone wants my job," she says. This summer, her employer is taking her to Paris, where she'll see the Eiffel Tower, stroll along the Seine and eat buttery, melt-in-your-mouth croissants for breakfast. Her...
Mitt Romney stood before a shuttered steel factory in Pennsylvania the other day, using the iconic backdrop to underscore what has become the most forceful theme of his presidential campaign: the need for more jobs. "He has done everything wrong," Romney...
Answering questions about the debt-ceiling talks and what could happen if both sides fail to reach an agreement: What is the federal debt ceiling? In 1917, as the U.S. entered World War I, Congress authorized the Treasury to issue long-term bonds to...
Something strange is happening: a California state agency is developing an innovative, user-friendly idea that can be implemented easily and quickly. It's creative and, so far, non-controversial. And it can become a reality without the governor or...
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The central question facing Barack Obama's 2012 reelection campaign is this: Can the president persuade voters to let him keep his job when so many of them have lost theirs? Last week, after another run of bad economic news, the president and his staff...
Top of the TicketRepublican Kinzinger says it's time to cut up the government's credit cards; Democrat Obama says a real recovery is going to take more time....
John Boehner's debt demand: 'Spending cuts need to be larger than the increase in the debt limit itself'Top of the TicketJohn Boehner lays down his bottom line on debt limit talks. Full text of the Republican Speaker's address....
L.A. NOWA Whittier psychologist was arrested by federal agents Tuesday morning for allegedly bilking the government of nearly $1 million, including fees for treatment sessions that supposedly took place while he was out of the country. Arnold P. Nerenberg, 69,...
Opinion L.A.E-Verify is not the best way toward immigration enforcement....
Money & CompanyThe U.S. Department of Labor has ordered two California farm labor contractor companies to pay $91,300 in fines and worker back pay in connection with federal investigations into wage violations and unsafe worker transportation conditions. The...
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