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Ethics

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  • Improprieties found in operation of Beverly Hills camp

    Improprieties found in operation of Beverly Hills camp
    A report commissioned by the Beverly Hills Unified School District has found a number of financial and ethical improprieties related to a summer sports camp that was run by the high school principal — including his failure to report more than $40,...
  • Review: 'Cheap Thrills' full of indecent, horrific proposals

    Review: 'Cheap Thrills' full of indecent, horrific proposals
    What would you do for $500? For $15,000? For $250,000? That's the engine behind "Cheap Thrills," which begins as a simple "guy walks into a bar" story and snowballs into a mind-blowing little horror show. Directed with screw-tightening efficiency by E....
  • Beverly Hills School District releases report on principal

    Beverly Hills School District releases report on principal
    The Beverly Hills Unified School District released Wednesday the final report by a law firm hired to probe a summer sports camp for high school athletes that was run by the principal. The review came in response to articles in The Times last year that...
  • South Africa ombudsman: Zuma housing upgrade was 'license to loot'

    South Africa ombudsman: Zuma housing upgrade was 'license to loot'
    JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – South African President Jacob Zuma personally benefited from a $23-million state-paid “security” upgrade to his private residence in rural KwaZulu-Natal, according to South Africa’s public protector, an...
  • Iranians celebrate ancient Festival of Fire

    Iranians celebrate ancient  Festival of Fire
    TEHRAN — Fireworks crackled on the streets at dusk Tuesday as many Iranians celebrated the pre-Islamic festival of Chaharshanbe Suri, sometimes referred to as the Festival of Fire. The celebration, which marks the run-up to Nowruz, theĀ  new year...
  • Institution to discuss probe into STAP stem cell controversy

    Institution to discuss probe into STAP stem cell controversy
    It was hailed as a remarkable scientific breakthrough, one that could potentially revolutionize medicine by enabling the speedy production of highly versatile stem cells. Now, barely two months after scientists published papers in Nature claiming to...
  • Bill to give ethics agency more audit power clears Legislature

    Bill to give ethics agency more audit power clears Legislature
    SACRAMENTO -- The Assembly gave final legislative approval Monday to a bill that aims to crack down on anonymous campaign money by giving California's ethics and tax agencies more authority to conduct investigations. The measure allows the Fair...
  • The Nakamoto affair and Newsweek's 'high editorial standards'

    The Nakamoto affair and Newsweek's 'high editorial standards'
    With the questions and controversy about Newsweek's purported scoop about the real identity of bitcoin's inventor still unresolved, we're not in a position to conclude whether the magazine got it right or not. But a couple of points it has raised in its...
  • California Legislature considers ethics reform bills

    California Legislature considers ethics reform bills
    SACRAMENTO — Trying to counter ethics scandals in which lawmakers stand accused of voter fraud, bribery, money laundering and other misdeeds, Democratic leaders Thursday proposed sweeping changes to state political laws aimed at restoring public...
  • Jeff Robinov's new friends. Fox wants big bucks for '24' return.

    Jeff Robinov's new friends. Fox wants big bucks for '24' return.
    After the coffee. Before trying out a new dentist. The Skinny: Another intense episode of "The Americans" on Wednesday night. It almost made me forget the 20 minutes of "Mixology" I forced myself to endure. Almost. Thursday's roundup includes former...
  • Senate Democrats proposing revamp of campaign, gift laws

    Senate Democrats proposing revamp of campaign, gift laws
    SACRAMENTO -- Countering a series of scandals, including criminal charges against two of its members, state Senate Democrats plan Thursday to propose sweeping changes to the state Political Reform Act, including stricter limits on accepting gifts and...