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The Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are two of the world’s leading generators of international trade. The two busiest ports in the U.S., billions of dollars worth of cargo pass through their harbors annually, supporting millions of jobs...
Opinion L.A.Lawmakers in Sacramento have until next month to approve a measure known as the California Dream Act. AB 131, as the bill is known, would allow undocumented immigrant students to apply for some $38 million in state grants and other......
Money & CompanyThe Inland Empire had one of the highest education gaps in the nation, a new study says....
Opinion L.A.Rather than be alarmed, patients should take pride in their doctors serving as part of a vast team of scientists and physicians who closely monitor the medicines they prescribe, share findings with healthcare peers and offer feedback to pharmaceutical...
Paul Egertson dies at 75; Lutheran bishop resigned after participating in ordination of lesbian ministerThe Rev. Paul Egertson, who was asked to resign as a Lutheran bishop in 2001 after violating church policy by participating in the ordination of a non-celibate lesbian minister, has died. He was 75. Egertson, a senior lecturer at California Lutheran...
Viviana Bernal entered Cal State L.A. several years ago looking to brighten her future. The plan was to earn a bachelor’s degree in health science and then get a job in community health. Bernal, now 24, has her degree, but after months of intense...
The local popularity of medical marijuana aside, the prescription drug of choice these days seems to be the opioid painkiller. And small wonder. The medications are highly effective in controlling pain -- whether from dental procedures, surgery,...
A career change is nearly always a disruptive, risky maneuver. It can require a considerable investment of time and even money — and possibly a few steps down the seniority ladder — for uncertain rewards. But better pay, prospects and on-the-...
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The Fabulous ForumUsually it's quarterback Jeremiah Masoli who makes the nifty, unexpected moves. Friday, though, it was the NCAA. Three days after the organization denied his waiver to play at Mississippi this year, the NCAA's Division I Subcommittee for Legislative...
Top of the TicketDelaware senatorial candidate leads online chatter on Facebook and Twitter in latest social-media study. We really can't think why....
Jacket CopyBrown's graduate program in literary arts and its Thomas J. Watson Institute for International Studies are looking for the 2011-12 International Writers Project Fellow. They've put out a call for applications and nominations, which will be accepted...
Top of the TicketRepublican Rob Portman warns of fiscal nightmare without controls; Democrat Obama says no vital cuts....
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