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  • 'Top Chef' Season 11 recap: Alligators, a swamp, egos and knives, oh my

    'Top Chef' Season 11 recap: Alligators, a swamp, egos and knives, oh my
    "Top Chef" season 11 kicked off Wednesday night in a swamp. There were alligators, frogs, a video of Padma Lakshmi dancing in the streets and Emeril Lagasse with a box of beignets. Oh yeah, this season's in New Orleans.  The winning prizes are still the...
  • Alleged Boston bomber disposed of evidence, Holder memo says

    Alleged Boston bomber disposed of evidence, Holder memo says
    WASHINGTON — Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who is charged with carrying out the bombings last April at the Boston Marathon, disposed of key evidence after the attack by “discarding a remaining bomb detonator and smashing his cellphones,”...
  • One gets death, one life in prison for deadly Compton shootings

    A gang member who opened fire at a crowded Compton Metro station, killing two and wounding three, was sentenced to death Thursday morning. His co-defendant in the case received life in prison without parole. Ronald Earl Brim, 48, was convicted of first-...
  • Voting rights in Palmdale

    Voting rights in Palmdale
    It's been well over two months since the city of Palmdale was found to be in violation of the California Voting found to be in violation of the California Voting Rights Act. A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge concluded in July that city elections...
  • 9th Circuit says California fails to protect disabled inmates

    SAN FRANCISCO -- A federal appeals court rebuked California officials Friday for refusing to protect disabled parolees the state has shifted to county jails. A three-judge panel of the U.S. 9thCircuit Court of Appeals said disabled inmates have been...
  • State sues Labor Department over freeze on transit grants

    State sues Labor Department over freeze on transit grants
    As expected, the state filed suit in federal court against the Department of Labor for blocking federal grants to state mass-transit agencies after unions objected to a new state law intended to slow the rising costs of public-employee pensions. In...
  • Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood leader Badie set to face trial Sunday

    Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood leader Badie set to face trial Sunday
    CAIRO -- The spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, who was arrested early Tuesday, will stand trial with other members of the Islamist organization on charges that include inciting murder, Egyptian prosecutors said. The arrest of Supreme Guide...
  • Lauryn Hill sentenced to 3 months in prison in tax evasion case

    Lauryn Hill sentenced to 3 months in prison in tax evasion case
    Lauryn Hill was sentenced to three months in federal prison Monday for failing to pay taxes on an estimated $1.8 million in income. U.S. District Court Judge Madeline Cox Arleo handed down the sentence in Newark, N.J., ruling that the Grammy-winning...
  • Gov. Brown signs package of 18 business-friendly bills

    Gov. Brown signs package of 18 business-friendly bills
    SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown has signed into law legislation that was heavily lobbied by Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and aimed at boosting sales of high-tech goods and services. Four measures, part of a package of 18 business-friendly bills...
  • California officials rebuked for not protecting disabled parolees

    SAN FRANCISCO — A federal appeals court rebuked California officials Friday for refusing to help protect disabled parolees the state has redirected to county jails. The state has not challenged "the fact that the housing of parolees in county...
  • Brown signs bill to allow children more than two legal parents

    Brown signs bill to allow children more than two legal parents
    SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation Friday that will allow children in California to have more than two legal parents, a measure opposed by some conservative groups as an attack on the traditional family. Sen. Mark Leno (D-San...