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  • L.A. Unified board delays decision on replacing LaMotte

    L.A. Unified board delays decision on replacing LaMotte
    The Los Angeles Board of Education on Tuesday delayed a decision on how to fill the seat of former member Marguerite Poindexter LaMotte, who died earlier this month. Three members wanted to postpone the discussion until after LaMotte's funeral, while...
  • Fox News 'catches' voter fraud in Ohio: Throw this red herring back

    Fox News 'catches' voter fraud in Ohio: Throw this red herring back
    Admittedly, I don’t get a lot of my news from Fox News. But when I saw this headline Wednesday, “Non-citizens caught voting in 2012 presidential election in key swing state,” well, let’s just say they had me at “non-...
  • 15 years after Clinton, Congress loves the word 'impeach' again

    15 years after Clinton, Congress loves the word 'impeach' again
    It’s a red-letter day about a blue dress, the day the House of Representatives voted 15 years ago to impeach President Bill Clinton. “Impeach” means only to charge with or accuse of — in Clinton’s case, perjury and...
  • At the Fed, Janet L. Yellen will lead a potentially fractious team

    At the Fed, Janet L. Yellen will lead a potentially fractious team
    WASHINGTON — Now that the Federal Reserve has started to ease a key economic stimulus, the reins of managing monetary policy to finish the job soon will be turned over to Janet L. Yellen, the central bank's vice chair. She won't find it easy....
  • Tom Steyer may be liberals' answer to the Koch brothers

    Tom Steyer may be liberals' answer to the Koch brothers
    Tom Steyer is standing upright near the corner of a small, beige meeting room at Georgetown University, arms at his sides, eyes shut intently. Half a dozen ministers and priests surround him, laying hands on his torso. Together, the pastors begin to...
  • Oil severance tax advocates are primed for battle

    Oil severance tax advocates are primed for battle
    SACRAMENTO — California is the only major oil-producing state that does not tax the goo as it's pumped from the ground. And that seems bizarre. After all, aren't we a high-tax state? That's what the antitax crowd keeps reminding us. And it's...
  • A Prop. 8-style attack on transgender student rights

    A Prop. 8-style attack on transgender student rights
    Here's something that California doesn't need: a replay of Proposition 8 in slightly different form. But it may get one. Opponents of a new state law that expands the rights of transgender students say they have submitted enough signatures to place a...
  • Diversity efforts slow to change the face of Oscar voters

    Diversity efforts slow to change the face of Oscar voters
    The next Academy Awards promise to be one of the most inclusive ever for people of color. As many as a dozen black filmmakers, actors and actresses are expected to be in the running for Oscars in major categories such as director, actor and supporting...
  • L.A. County transit officials plan to put sales tax measure on ballot

    L.A. County transit officials plan to put sales tax measure on ballot
    Transportation officials in Los Angeles County plan to offer a ballot measure next fall or in 2016 that would raise the county's sales tax by half a cent or extend the life of Measure R, the levy voters approved in 2008. The Los Angeles County...
  • California voters deserve no-spin ballot measure summaries

    California voters deserve no-spin ballot measure summaries
    Californians could be faced in November with a proposal to dramatically alter the pension and benefit system for public employees. San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed has submitted a statewide ballot initiative that would allow government agencies to negotiate...
  • Civil rights nominee known for 'Sesame Street,' liberal legal causes

    Civil rights nominee known for 'Sesame Street,' liberal legal causes
    WASHINGTON — Debo Adegbile, President Obama's nominee to lead the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division, attributes much of his success as an attorney to a nine-year stint as a child actor on "Sesame Street" in the 1970s. The unusual resume...