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  • McManus: The president's hump year

    McManus: The president's hump year
    The sixth year of a two-term presidency is rarely kind. The public's initial romance with the president has faded. The brief momentum he thought he earned by winning reelection has faded too. The White House doesn't set the agenda any more; events are...
  • Letters: A Snowden pardon? Nah.

    Re "Why Snowden deserves a pardon," Opinion, Dec. 22 In making the case for a presidential pardon of Edward Snowden, professor Jonathan Turley reveals why a pardon will not be granted. Gerald Ford's pardon of Richard Nixon, George H.W. Bush's pardon...
  • PASSINGS: John S.D. Eisenhower

    PASSINGS: John S.D. Eisenhower
    John S.D. Eisenhower Historian son of president John S.D. Eisenhower, 91, the son of a five-star general turned president who forged his own career in the U.S. Army and then chronicled the history of the American military in numerous books, died...
  • Why Obama should pardon Snowden

    Why Obama should pardon Snowden
    Former CIA Director R. James Woolsey weighed in last week on the subject of Edward Snowden. Asked about calls of clemency for the former National Security Agency contractor, Woolsey insisted that Snowden should be "hanged by the neck until he is dead."...
  • 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...
  • Knabe balks at move to rename Marina Freeway for Ballona Creek

    Knabe balks at move to rename Marina Freeway for Ballona Creek
    Whether to rename a short strip of road turned into a long, winding debate at Tuesday's L.A. County Board of Supervisors meeting. California 90, the Marina Freeway, doesn’t span more than two miles, branching off westward from the 405 Freeway...
  • Screen Actors Guild Awards: It's a numbers game

    Screen Actors Guild Awards: It's a numbers game
    It's a pretty safe bet that when the Screen Actors Guild announces its film ensemble award nominees Wednesday morning, we won't be seeing the casts from "All Is Lost" or "Gravity" on the list. When it comes to this award, SAG voters are all about...
  • Obama sends out pop-up White House holiday card

    Obama sends out pop-up White House holiday card
    The 2013 White House holiday card from President Obama and his family has arrived, featuring another appearance by perennial canine star Bo, along with new presidential puppy Sunny. In a departure from the flat, colorful displays of past cards, this...
  • Scrap the budget circus in Washington

     Scrap the budget circus in Washington
    As Senate Budget Committee Chairwoman Patty Murray (D-Wash.) and House Budget Committee Chairman Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) work toward yet another makeshift budget deal, they should do us all a favor and instead just scrap the congressional budget process....
  • Review: Museo Jumex in Mexico City is an impressive filter

     Review: Museo Jumex in Mexico City is an impressive filter
    MEXICO CITY — The cultural ecology of any great city is a complex organism, its shape shifting over time. But in the modern era, always it starts with the same ingredient. It starts with artists, the yeast that makes the dough rise. Without them,...
  • 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...