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L.A. NOWA Riverside County task force arrested 23 people Tuesday while serving search warrants at dozens of locations as part of an investigation into suspected attacks by a white supremacist group against Hemet police officers and city property, according to...
If you turned on C-SPAN on Tuesday and thought for a moment that you'd punched in some all-action-movie channel by mistake, I can't blame you. What was coming out of the television? Talk of Christmas Eve gunplay in Baghdad. An Iraqi vice president's...
Tags: Fires, Chuck Norris, Armed Forces, Defense, Dick Cheney
POINTS WESTA spirited Art Goldberg was up in his shabby Echo Park office Monday afternoon, above the Vietnamese bakery with the moon cakes he loves, counting votes for the antiwar resolution he's been touting since August. "I think we've got 10," said the lanky,...
Maybe it was in honor of the Halloween season. The Bush administration's Justice Department has been a horror show for years now, complete with gruesome exhibits like the infamous 2002 "torture memo." And in his recent Senate confirmation hearings, the...
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The 13-year-old on the witness stand looked to be an ordinary adolescent, her diffident smile unveiling a set of braces. Her attorney began gently, with questions about her favorite band and trips to the mall. Then he brought up "Mr. Ricardo" and...
Who done it? Sometime late in 2005, the CIA destroyed videotapes showing hundreds of hours of interrogations of two top Al Qaeda suspects -- while continuing to imply to the 9/11 commission and the courts that no such interrogation tapes had ever...
Gang violence is to Los Angeles politics as the weather is to conversation: Everybody talks about it, and nobody ever does anything about it. Policing occasionally provides a temporary surcease, as it did last week when a drive-by murder next to a...
Times Staff WriterLos Angeles police did not need any fancy computer program the time they turned the tables on private investigator Anthony Pellicano and secretly taped him in one of their own station houses. Pellicano had requested a meeting with the police detectives...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSACRAMENTO -- Amid concern over the frenzy of entertainment blogs and tabloids competing for inside information on Paris Hilton's days in jail and Mel Gibson's tirade during a drunk-driving arrest, state lawmakers have taken steps to clamp down on some...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWhen the Starr County sheriff was led away in handcuffs for accepting bribes from a bail bondsman back in 1998, the county pinned his star on his chief deputy, Reymundo "Rey" Guerra. It wasn't long before Guerra was restoring the shine to the badge....
Tags: Police Arrests, Organized Crime, Family, Prisons, Mexico
email@example.comAND NOW IT'S time for another episode of "I Love Chelly," about that wacky, lovable brunette who's married to a handsome, up-and-coming city attorney who wants to make it big in politics. The front door opens in a house somewhere in Windsor Village....
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