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  • California nursing board's executive officer resigns

    California nursing board's executive officer resigns
    The longtime executive officer of the embattled California Board of Registered Nursing resigned Tuesday, ensuring almost entirely new leadership for the agency as it strives to revamp its oversight of hundreds of thousands of caregivers. But the sweeping...
  • Californians agree: State government doesn't serve them

    As metaphors go, last week served up a doozy. A married member of the Legislature resigned his office after blurting out over an open microphone salacious details about relationships with two women, at least one of them said to be a lobbyist. The...
  • Poor California: No money and no leadership

    In the new movie "2012," whose video trailers were bombarding television airwaves last week, the world as we know it gives way three years hence under a siege of floods, eruptions, undulating continents and earthquakes. In other words, it's not much...
  • No lipstick for the Dodger pig

    Of all the lowliest (and most punishing) forms of journalism there are in our marvelous culture of media plenty, post-game baseball call-in shows possibly rank in the lowest quintile. And I say that as someone who probably spends more man-hours per...
  • Does the Mahony probe have a prayer?

    Does the Mahony probe have a prayer?
    After news broke last week that a federal grand jury is investigating Cardinal Roger M. Mahony, some legal experts questioned the U.S. attorney's strategy. The move was unlikely to result in a prosecution, they said, and was a little like throwing a...
  • Homeless but not hopeless

    Homeless but not hopeless
    Ialways sort of dread Thanksgiving, and not just because I am alone or because no one invites me to dinner. For me, the holiday marks the start of cold weather, and I know it will soon be uncomfortable to sleep outdoors. For the last 6 1/2 years, since...
  • Torture in the court

    Today, Carter and Korb address the legal questions surrounding the use of torture against Guantanamo detainees. Previously, they discussed the extent to which Congress should intervene in military matters and evaluated the actions of Adm. William J....
  • The White House vs. mother's milk

    What science the Bush administration chooses to stifle or promote seems to be a matter of politics and economics. According to a recent story in the Washington Post, the multibillion-dollar baby formula industry pressured the Department of Health and...
  • PASSINGS

    Lis Hartel Equestrian won Olympic silver Lis Hartel, 87, an equestrian who won two Olympic silver medals for Denmark in the 1950s despite being paralyzed below the knees because of polio, died Thursday of undisclosed causes, the Danish Equestrian...
  • Singer-songwriter helped define soft rock

    Singer-songwriter helped define soft rock
    Dan Fogelberg, the singer-songwriter whose hits "Leader of the Band," "Part of the Plan" and "Same Old Lang Syne" helped define the soft-rock era, died Sunday at his home in Maine after battling prostate cancer. He was 56. His death was posted on his...
  • Frank Coghlan Jr. dies at 93; actor played Billy Batson in landmark Captain Marvel serial

    Frank Coghlan Jr. dies at 93; actor played Billy Batson in landmark Captain Marvel serial
    Frank Coghlan Jr., a silent-movie child actor who later played young Billy Batson, who transformed into Captain Marvel by uttering the magical word "Shazam!" in the landmark 1941 serial "Adventures of Captain Marvel," has died. He was 93. Coghlan died in...