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  • Motorcyclist killed in solo-vehicle crash on Mulholland Drive

     
    A motorcyclist was killed Monday afternoon in a single-vehicle crash on Mulholland Drive in Studio City, authorities said. Officers arrived at the scene in the 7600 block of Mulholland Drive about 4 p.m. after witnesses reported the crash, according to......
  • Chavez's spirit will guide Venezuela - until leftist unity frays

    Chavez's spirit will guide Venezuela - until leftist unity frays
    Even in death, Venezuelan strongman Hugo Chavez will be a powerful force guiding his countrymen to elect Vice President Nicolas Maduro to replace him. Some call the widely predicted victory of Chavez’s handpicked successor a “sympathy vote&...
  • McManus: Coming clean on drones

    McManus: Coming clean on drones
    In recent weeks, a parade of top officials has given sober, underpublicized speeches explaining why President Obama not only considers "targeted killing" drone strikes against terrorists legal but has massively expanded their use, even approving a...
  • Israeli threats about Iran -- crying wolf or laying groundwork?

     
    Global Focus: They're passing out gas masks in Jerusalem and testing a new text-messaging system for alerting Israelis to incoming rockets. The civil defense preparations follow a week of renewed warnings by Israeli officials that air strikes against...
  • As 'Chavismo' sputters, a charismatic challenger woos Venezuelans

     
    Global Focus: Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has loomed larger than life over his oil-rich country for nearly 14 years, doling out health care and houses and university admissions to supporters of his “Bolivarian Revolution” aimed at...
  • For the record

    Presidential election: A Nov. 7 editorial incorrectly stated that President Obama was the first president to be reelected with fewer electoral votes than he won the first time. The same was true of Woodrow Wilson, and of Franklin D. Roosevelt in his third...
  • Lessons for Obama from reading inaugurals past [Video chat]

    Lessons for Obama from reading inaugurals past [Video chat]
    Editor's note: Join Hector Tobar and book critic David L. Ulin on the Jacket Copy blog for a live video chat on the literary legacy of American inaugurations in general, and President Obama's 2013 inauguration in particular, on Tuesday at 10 a.m. Pacific....
  • Jane Harman: Out of the fray

    Jane Harman: Out of the fray
    Jane Harman has a new address -- on Pennsylvania Avenue. No, not that address. She's the new honcho at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Starting in 1992, she won nine elections in Southern California's coastal 36th Congressional...
  • Sidney Harman dies at 92; Newsweek owner and high-fidelity sound pioneer

    Sidney Harman dies at 92; Newsweek owner and high-fidelity sound pioneer
    Sidney Harman, a philanthropist, polymath and pioneer in high-fidelity sound for homes and cars who tried to resuscitate an icon of American journalism when he bought Newsweek last year, has died. He was 92. Harman died Tuesday night in Washington, D.C.,...
  • Howard Wolpe dies at 71; Michigan congressman sponsored anti-apartheid act

    Howard Wolpe dies at 71; Michigan congressman sponsored anti-apartheid act
    Former U.S. Rep. Howard Wolpe, a Michigan Democrat who played a key role in the 1986 passage of the federal anti-apartheid act that imposed economic sanctions on South Africa, has died. He was 71. Wolpe, who had been ill with a heart condition, died...
  • Following Woody Guthrie's footsteps from Oklahoma to Texas to California

     
    Arlo Guthrie, on the road with the Woody Guthrie centennial celebration, talks about his family's connection to the small Texas town of Pampa....