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  • 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...
  • In Bell scandal, spotlight shifts to Angela Spaccia

    In Bell scandal, spotlight shifts to Angela Spaccia
    One of the most infamous pieces of evidence in the long-running Bell corruption case came in a chain of emails between Assistant City Manager Angela Spaccia and Randy Adams, the incoming police chief of the small, working-class city. "I am looking...
  • 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...
  • Ivy Academia co-founder sentenced for misusing public funds

    Ivy Academia co-founder sentenced for misusing public funds
    The founders of a San Fernando Valley charter school were sentenced Friday for the misappropriation of more than $200,000 in public funds in a case that could affect charter schools statewide. Yevgeny "Eugene" Selivanov, the co-founder of Ivy Academia...
  • Judge says Coliseum panel apparently violated open-meeting law

    Judge says Coliseum panel apparently violated open-meeting law
    A judge Thursday said the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission appeared to have repeatedly violated the state's open-meeting law during its months of closed-door deliberations on USC's lease of the taxpayer-owned stadium. In pointed language, Los...
  • Head of Coliseum Commission testified falsely, judge rules

    Head of Coliseum Commission testified falsely, judge rules
    The top administrator of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission testified falsely as part of the agency's efforts to thwart public scrutiny of USC lease negotiations in violation of state law, a judge ruled Friday. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge...
  • Judge orders L.A. Coliseum documents released in secrecy lawsuit

    Judge orders L.A. Coliseum documents released in secrecy lawsuit
    A judge has ordered the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission to release documents it has withheld from The Times for as long as 20 months. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Luis A. Lavin made the ruling Friday as part of a sweeping condemnation of...
  • Signing Trust Act is another illegal-immigration milestone for Brown

    Signing Trust Act is another illegal-immigration milestone for Brown
    SACRAMENTO — On a day when immigrant-rights activists nationwide rallied for action from Washington, Gov. Jerry Brown put California at the vanguard of change, signing sweeping laws aimed at speeding the assimilation of those in the country...
  • Homeowners won't help director stand up to board corruption

    Homeowners won't help director stand up to board corruption
    Question: A majority of homeowners were instrumental in getting me elected to the board in order to correct problems created by management and certain directors. Determined to change things, these owners were going to meetings, voicing their opinions...
  • China trying to pull back on gift-giving

    China trying to pull back on gift-giving
    BEIJING — If you want a full-time teaching job, but you're stuck in a temporary gig without health benefits, Luo Chunlei advises that you buy the school principal a box of mooncakes and follow up with an envelope of dough. Having an operation?...
  • Jury selection to begin in trial of Bell official Angela Spaccia

    Jury selection to begin in trial of Bell official Angela Spaccia
    Jury selection is set to begin Monday in the public-corruption trial of Angela Spaccia -- the second-in-command in Bell when the city erupted in scandal. Under former city manager Robert Rizzo, Spaccia pulled in a salary of $376,000 a year and doubled...