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  • Caltech tops list of world's universities

     
    The California Institute of Technology once again tops the ranks of the world’s best research universities, while University of California campuses at Berkeley and Los Angeles maintained their top 20 positions despite massive state funding cuts to...
  • Prop. 32 supporters link unions to UC Davis pepper-spraying

     
    A little more than a week before election day, proponents of Proposition 32 are ratcheting up their rhetoric, linking union and corporate interests to a series of high-profile controversies, including the pepper-spraying of students at UC Davis....
  • New UC logo getting savaged in online campaign

     
    Criticism continued to build Monday against the UC system's new logo, fueled in part by an online campaign. “Anyone who has ever looked at a Mac screen has been frustrated by a loading sign,” said David Bocarsly, UCLA student body......
  • Maligned UC logo shelved; 'time to move on,' official says

     
    By suspending further use of its much-maligned new logo, University of California officials hope to get beyond the controversy. "While I believe the design element in question would win wide acceptance over time, it also is important that we listen......
  • Officer who pepper-sprayed UC Davis students leaves job

     
    The UC Davis police officer who pepper-sprayed students during a campus protest last fall no longer works for the university, the Sacramento Bee reported Tuesday. The employment of Lt. John Pike, who was captured on cellphone video in the act......
  • Councilwoman wants Olympics blocked from City Hall computers

     
    After learning that so many employees at Los Angeles City Hall are watching the Olympics online that the city's computer system is threatened, Councilwoman Jan Perry said she is requesting that streaming of the Games be "immediately" blocked on city...
  • L.A. Councilman Bill Rosendahl reveals he has cancer in pelvic area

     
    L.A. Councilman Bill Rosendahl revealed in an email Aug. 1, 2012, that he has begun receiving treatment for cancer in his pelvic area....
  • Homeless celebrate 'Christmas in July' with snow in downtown L.A.

     
    The Union Rescue Mission holds “Christmas in July,” an annual event in downtown L.A. that invites homeless families to celebrate the holiday spirit with snow, Santa Claus and presents....
  • Officers names can be released in UC Davis incident, judge rules

     
    Siding with the Los Angeles Times and Sacramento Bee, an Alameda County Superior Court judge Tuesday ordered the release of the names of UC Davis police officers that were removed from a critical report on the pepper-spraying of student protesters....
  • Democracy activist arrives home after release by Vietnam

     
    An American democracy activist accused of trying to overthrow the Vietnamese government returned home to Southern California on Wednesday night, more than nine months after he was first detained in Saigon. U.S. citizen Nguyen Quoc Quan was met by a......
  • U.S. activist says he was locked in cell for nine months in Vietnam

     
    For nine months, Nguyen Quoc Quan was held in a 9-by-9 foot cell in Ho Chi Minh City, his only company a government monitor assigned to watch his every move. The American democracy activist had no contact with the outside......