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  • Free speech still under siege in the Ivy League

    Free speech still under siege in the Ivy League
    On April 15, 1974, William Shockley, the Nobel laureate who believed that blacks were less intelligent than whites, was supposed to debate William Rusher, the publisher of the National Review, at Yale University on the topic: “Resolved: That society...
  • New York's stop-and-frisk ruling blocked

    New York's stop-and-frisk ruling blocked
    NEW YORK — In a highly unusual move, an appeals court Thursday blocked a judge's ruling that would have required changes to New York's controversial stop-and-frisk policy and also removed the judge from the case. U.S. District Judge Shira...
  • Four days, four massacres, 21 dead -- and as always, few answers

    Four days, four massacres, 21 dead -- and as always, few answers
    If you bundled the attacks all together into one brutal event, it would have been the worst massacre since Adam Lanza walked into an elementary school in Newtown, Conn., last December. Instead, America's latest criminal tragedy has been doled out in...
  • Federal appeals court could rule soon on Texas abortion law

    Federal appeals court could rule soon on Texas abortion law
    A federal appeals court in New Orleans had yet to rule Wednesday on Texas officials' request for an emergency order allowing a set of new abortion restrictions to take effect in their state as scheduled. On Monday, a federal judge in Texas issued a...
  • NYPD's Raymond Kelly walks out of Brown University talk after heckling

    NYPD's Raymond Kelly walks out of Brown University talk after heckling
    A planned speech by New York Police Department Commissioner Raymond Kelly at Brown University in Providence had to be canceled Tuesday after hecklers shouted down the top cop during his remarks. Kelly, commissioner since 2002, had intended to speak...
  • Jeh Johnson said to be Obama's choice to lead Homeland Security

    Jeh Johnson said to be Obama's choice to lead Homeland Security
    WASHINGTON — Jeh Johnson, a former Pentagon general counsel who established the legal frameworks for lethal drone strikes and for allowing gays to serve openly in the military, will be nominated by President Obama to be the next secretary of...
  • Monday's TV Highlights: 'Dream School' on Sundance

    Monday's TV Highlights: 'Dream School' on Sundance
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 13 - 19, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies     -------------------- SERIES   The Voice The battle rounds...
  • Extreme motorcycle road rage caught on tape, biker arrested

    A New Jersey motorcyclist, who was involved in a wild chase by a pack of bikers  after an SUV carrying a family, has been arrested in New York, officials said on Tuesday, after the confrontation was caught on video and went viral. The four-mile chase on...
  • Man charged in Times Square weekend shooting; bystander hospitalized

    Man charged in Times Square weekend shooting; bystander hospitalized
    NEW YORK--A woman remained hospitalized, two police officers were put on desk duty, and a 35-year-old man was facing several criminal charges Monday after a shooting near Times Square that officials say was prompted by the man’s desire to commit...
  • Is it De Blasio? New York mayoral primary still too close to call

    Is it De Blasio? New York mayoral primary still too close to call
    NEW YORK -- New Yorkers awoke Wednesday still uncertain over who would be their Democratic nominee for mayor as primary results showed front-runner Bill de Blasio clinging to the lead needed to avoid a runoff, even as his rival vowed to keep fighting....
  • 'Our hearts still ache': Obama marks 9/11; bells toll, tears in N.Y.

    'Our hearts still ache': Obama marks 9/11; bells toll, tears in N.Y.
    NEW YORK – To the solemn lament of tolling bells and the mournful recitation of names of the fallen, Americans on Wednesday paused to commemorate the moment of the worst terrorist attack on U.S. soil. Memorial events unfolded at the site of the...