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  • Mexico arrests major drug-trafficking suspect

    Mexican authorities said Wednesday that they arrested a leading drug figure known as El Rey after a shootout in Mexico City early this week. Jesus Zambada Garcia, the brother of a suspected drug kingpin in the western state of Sinaloa, was among 16...
  • Mexico acknowledges drug gang infiltration of police

    In a damning blow to its fight against drug traffickers, the Mexican government Monday acknowledged severe penetration of a top law enforcement agency by a vicious gang that may even have bought intelligence on U.S. operations from renegade employees. At...
  • United Airlines grounds 777s for inspections, cancels 31 flights

    CHICAGO -- United Airlines temporarily grounded 11% of its fleet and cancelled 31 flights today while it tested dozens of Boeing 777s to make sure components of a cargo fire suppression system were operating effectively. The inspections are the latest to...
  • Hodgkin's disease treatment without a blood transfusion

    For the masses in the middle -- people who may have to borrow and scrape to pay for care -- finding the best of the best can be just as important. Ruth Medina, 25, had a good prognosis with standard medical treatment when she suffered a recurrence of...
  • Marchers fill L.A.'s streets

    Marchers fill L.A.'s streets
    Feeling power in their numbers, hundreds of thousands of people marched peacefully, even joyously, through the streets of Los Angeles on Monday as part of a nationwide demonstration of economic and political clout by immigrants -- legal and illegal....
  • Mexico town split over Central American drifters

    Mexico town split over Central American drifters
    Gathered below an overpass on Independence Avenue, dressed in the multiple layers typical of homeless travelers, the migrants watched for the next northbound freight train through Tultitlan. Many of them, mostly young men and boys, prepared to hop...
  • 'The Union of Their Dreams' by Miriam Pawel

    'The Union of Their Dreams' by Miriam Pawel
    The Union of Their Dreams Power, Hope, and Struggle in Cesar Chavez's Farm Worker Movement Miriam Pawel Bloomsbury Press: 372 pp., $28 It's hard to challenge a saint. And so, the story of the United Farm Workers union tends to start and stop with...
  • Fans scream with delight for 'Twilight: New Moon'

    Fans scream with delight for 'Twilight: New Moon'
    They were 99.9% sure they were going to love it. The reason they were so certain was that, first, they had been standing in line under a bright shaft of beaming signs for hours at Universal CityWalk Cinemas -- and second, they were about to look at newly...
  • Schwarzenegger's political road show is costing California

    Schwarzenegger's political road show is costing California
    California is issuing IOUs. Banks are balking. Taxpayers, vendors and students will be left holding the bag. And our bond rating just got downgraded, which could cost California billions of dollars in the long run. This should be the time when our...
  • Coffee-roasting brood keeps L.A. ethnic communities brewing

    Coffee-roasting brood keeps L.A. ethnic communities brewing
    The coffee beans roasted, ground, packaged and shipped out of the F. GaviƱa & Sons Inc. factory in Vernon are as diverse as the ethnic communities that blanket Southern California. Coffee beans from Ethiopia are ground to make a rich, almost wine-...
  • Farmworkers Reap Little as Union Strays From Its Roots

    Farmworkers Reap Little as Union Strays From Its Roots
    Red letters flash inside the famous black eagle, symbol of the United Farm Workers: "Donate," the blinking message urges, to carry on the dreams of Cesar Chavez. Bannered on websites and spread by e-mail, the insistent appeals resonate with a...