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  • Not all Catholics venerated (or voted for) JFK

    Not all Catholics venerated (or voted for) JFK
    “All analogies limp,” a wise man once said. ┬áSo it is with the comparison between John F. Kennedy, the first Catholic to be elected president, and Barack Obama, the first black president. In both cases the Democratic nominee overcame...
  • Rupert Murdoch, Wendi Murdoch announce divorce settlement

    Rupert Murdoch, Wendi Murdoch announce divorce settlement
    NEW YORK -- Rupert Murdoch and his third wife, Wendi Deng Murdoch, have reached a settlement in their pending divorce -- and sealed it with a kiss. At a hearing Wednesday morning in New York state court in Manhattan, the couple told a judge they...
  • Paying for L.A. County's transit future

     Paying for L.A. County's transit future
    The half-cent sales tax approved by L.A. County voters in 2008 has already changed the landscape of Los Angeles. The Orange Line busway extension to Chatsworth opened three years ahead of schedule. Construction is underway on two light-rail lines...
  • Early results show conservative ahead in Honduras

    Early results show conservative ahead in Honduras
    TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras — Juan Orlando Hernandez, candidate of the conservative ruling National Party, took an early lead in Honduras' presidential election Sunday, a vote overshadowed by deadly violence, endemic poverty and the lingering...
  • Rulings on jail terms inconsistent after changes to three-strikes law

    Rulings on jail terms inconsistent after changes to three-strikes law
    After nearly two decades behind bars, Mark Anthony White saw a chance for freedom last year when California voters softened the state's tough three-strikes law. Within weeks of the election, White asked a judge to reduce his 25-years-to-life sentence...
  • Ruling party's lead disputed in Honduran presidential election

    Ruling party's lead disputed in Honduran presidential election
    TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras – Chanting “take to the streets” Monday, Honduran supporters of the country’s first major pro-left political party vigorously protested official presidential election results that showed their candidate...
  • Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol and Steve Nash listed on NBA All-Star ballot

    Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol and Steve Nash listed on NBA All-Star ballot
    The NBA revealed the 2013-14 All-Star ballot on Friday in preparation for the Feb. 16 game in New Orleans. The Lakers are represented by Kobe Bryant, Pau Gasol and Steve Nash. Fans can vote once a day until balloting concludes Jan. 20. Voting can...
  • Clippers well represented on NBA's All-Star ballots

    Clippers well represented on NBA's All-Star ballots
    The Clippers had five players on the NBA’s Western Conference All-Star ballot when it was released Friday. The Clippers had guards Chris Paul, J.J. Redick and sixth-man Jamal Crawford on the ballot. They also had forward Blake Griffin and center...
  • Thanksgiving turkey pardon: #TeamPopcorn or #TeamCaramel?

    Thanksgiving turkey pardon: #TeamPopcorn or #TeamCaramel?
    This Thanksgiving, the White House wants to know: Do you like Popcorn or Caramel? But don’t expect either on your dinner plate. As part of the annual Thanksgiving turkey pardon, the White House is once again asking people to vote on which of the...
  • Letters: Want better government? Elect more women

    Re "A GOP governor's recipe for reform," Nov. 24 Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's suggestion that we try a unified, party-controlled (presumably Republican) government is really a call for socially and economically regressive policies. When the GOP...
  • Honduras: Voters face historic choice against troubled backdrop

    Honduras: Voters face historic choice against troubled backdrop
    TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras — Hondurans were voting for president Sunday, choosing from the most diverse slate of candidates in national history but in an election overshadowed by deadly violence and endemic poverty. Voters overwhelmingly said they...