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  • Our 2014 resolutions for other people

    Our 2014 resolutions for <em>other</em> people
    As the New Year begins, hopeful signs abound that the U.S. economy is finally getting its mojo back. Employers are creating jobs at a faster pace, more houses are being built than at any point in the last five years, consumer spending is rising —...
  • President Obama sends regards after Barbara Bush hospitalized

    President Obama sends regards after Barbara Bush hospitalized
    Former First Lady Barbara Bush remained hospitalized in Houston on Wednesday, two days after she was admitted for a respiratory-related problem. Bush family spokesman Jim McGrath told the Los Angeles Times on Wednesday night that there was "nothing...
  • California Supreme Court wrestles with words: 'Illegal'? 'Undocumented'?

    California Supreme Court wrestles with words: 'Illegal'? 'Undocumented'?
    Even the California Supreme Court can’t seem to decide what to call people without authorization to be in the U.S. but are here nevertheless. In the Thursday opinion allowing the State Bar of California to grant a license to practice law to Sergio...
  • Letters: Contraception and faith

    Letters: Contraception and faith
    Re "Deep division persists on birth control," Jan. 3 Where will it end? Even as wondrous advances in medicine have continually improved our health, various religions have striven to inject their beliefs into doctor-patient relationships. Faith-based...
  • Judge allows access to emails about Arizona immigration law

    Judge allows access to emails about Arizona immigration law
    TUCSON — A federal judge has given opponents of Arizona's sweeping anti-illegal-immigration law access to emails, letters and memos between supporters of SB 1070 and legislators to see whether there are racial overtones in the messages. In...
  • Supervisors vote to add religious cross to L.A. County seal

    Supervisors vote to add religious cross to L.A. County seal
    A divided Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to restore a cross to the county seal. The motion, proposed by Supervisors Michael D. Antonovich and Don Knabe and supported by Mark Ridley-Thomas, will add a cross to the top of the San...
  • 2 supervisors propose adding religious cross to L.A. County seal

    Potentially reigniting a contentious cultural battle, two Los Angeles County supervisors are proposing including an image of a cross in the county's official seal. In a motion filed Tuesday, Supervisors Michael D. Antonovich and Don Knabe called for...
  • Federal government to recognize Utah same-sex marriages

    Federal government to recognize Utah same-sex marriages
    Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. said Friday that the federal government would recognize hundreds of same-sex marriages that took place in Utah over the past three weeks, two days after Utah announced it did not consider the marriages to be legal....
  • U.S. Supreme Court takes up fight over TV streaming

    U.S. Supreme Court takes up fight over TV streaming
    WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal from the nation’s television broadcasters and decide whether to shut down a new streaming service that sends shows to consumers via the Internet for a monthly fee. Aereo, a...
  • Utah's on-again, off-again gay marriages: This is no way to make laws

    Utah's on-again, off-again gay marriages: This is no way to make laws
    If you’re a gay couple who got married in Utah recently, you aren’t really married. Or, to put it another way: If you’re a gay couple who got married in Utah recently, you are really married. Confused? Me too. Utah’s bouncing...
  • U.S. Supreme Court to decide Aereo's fate

    U.S. Supreme Court to decide Aereo's fate
    The U.S. Supreme Court will decide the fate of Aereo. The high court said on Friday that it will hear arguments from the major broadcast networks that Aereo, a start-up that allows people to stream local television stations, violates copyright law and...