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  • Jerry Brown gets out of the gate

    Jerry Brown gets out of the gate
    Much of the country may still be suffering from electoral and inaugural exhaustion, but a substantial section of politically involved Hollywood has rediscovered the wisdom of the late, great Tip O'Neill --"All politics is local." Not surprisingly,...
  • Lawmakers discuss economic stimulus plan

    Congress and the White House could deliver by March 1 an economic rescue package meant to stave off a full-blown recession, a senior Democratic lawmaker said Sunday. Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.), chairman of the Joint Economic Committee, said...
  • The Obama family dog saga

    The Obama family dog saga
    In the first two months of his administration, President Obama signed an economic stimulus package into law, lifted restrictions on foreign family-planning clinics and drew up a plan for pulling troops out of Iraq. But he has left one early promise...
  • Letters to the editor

    Shades of 1972? Re "As vote nears, chief warns of terror risk," Oct. 23 Notwithstanding Los Angeles Police Department Chief William J. Bratton's preemptive precautions and thoroughness, his warning may have precedent. Shortly before the 1972 election,...
  • Arlen Specter dies at 82; longtime senator was a political maverick

    Arlen Specter dies at 82; longtime senator was a political maverick
    WASHINGTON — Arlen Specter, who in 30 years representing Pennsylvania in the Senate offended Republicans and Democrats in almost equal measure with maverick votes and a frank cockiness that finally ended his career in politics, died Sunday at his...
  • Shadow over solar power in L.A.

    The Los Angeles City Council had better hurry up and put something called the Green Energy-Good Jobs Initiative on the March 3 ballot, or we will never, ever have solar power in this city. There's no time to see where the plan fits into an as-yet-unseen...
  • Economic stimulus was too small from the start, thanks to GOP

    Economic stimulus was too small from the start, thanks to GOP
    This week marks five years since passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act -- President Obama’s economic stimulus plan -- and it has been either a great success or an abject failure, depending on who is doing the assessment. Folks at...
  • Ex-congressman and veteran makes his peace in North Korea visit

    Ex-congressman and veteran makes his peace in North Korea visit
    SAN FRANCISCO — For decades, former eight-term Bay Area Rep. Paul N. "Pete" McCloskey Jr. has dreamed of a Korean War battle moment he cannot shake: Peering into a trench he sees the terrified faces of his teenage opponents, clutching wicker baskets...
  • Five years later, White House and critics fight over stimulus law

    Five years later, White House and critics fight over stimulus law
    WASHINGTON – Five years after its passage, White House officials and their Republican critics are still fighting over the merits of President Obama’s economic stimulus law. Later this week, Obama will mark the fifth anniversary of signing...
  • Bernanke leaves legacy of stimulus and stagnation

    Bernanke leaves legacy of stimulus and stagnation
    WASHINGTON — As Ben S. Bernanke walks away from the Federal Reserve's marble headquarters on the Mall after presiding over his last policy meeting Wednesday, he will leave behind a bittersweet legacy. On one hand, his unprecedented efforts to...
  • Obama to nominate Janet Yellen to lead Federal Reserve

    Obama to nominate Janet Yellen to lead Federal Reserve
    WASHINGTON — President Obama will nominate Janet L. Yellen to be the next head of the Federal Reserve, the White House said Tuesday. If confirmed, the former UC Berkeley economist would become the first woman to lead the world's most powerful...