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World NowJoin Ken Weiss in an online discussion -- via Google+ Hangout -- about population growth, climate change and other intractable problems at 3:30 p.m. today from UC Berkeley. The newspaper explored such issues around the world in its recent five-part series...
WASHINGTON -- Washington, D.C.’s, baby giant panda died of lung and liver damage, the National Zoo said Thursday, citing the high mortality rate for cubs. The lungs of the 6-day-old cub were "poorly developed and likely caused her to have...
Tags: China, Lungs and Airways, Rick Scott
L.A. NOWTimes reporter Catherine Saillant will join L.A. Now Live to discuss the changing demographics in the San Fernando Valley. The live chat is scheduled at 9 a.m. on Monday....
World NowIn much of the world, the census is a mundane and familiar routine. In fractured Bosnia-Herzegovina, the exercise is so touchy that its people have gone uncounted for more than two decades....
L.A. NOWCalifornia students continued making strides on standardized English and math tests based on results released Friday, but fewer than half of the students in Los Angeles are performing at grade level. In all, 57% of California students scored as “...
You can bet your Hillary Clinton buttons that one of the biggest chunks of the body politic that political pathologists will be putting under the lab microscope is the gender gap: women’s votes. “Remember the ladies,” Abigail Adams...
Some staggering new figures about Asian American consumers are out this month: Their buying power is up 523% since 1990, reaching $718.4 billion this year. If the demographic were a nation, it’d be the 18th-largest economy in the world. Within...
Tags: Advertising, Media Industry, Marketing, Immigration, Consumers
Republicans just lost eight seats in the House. But if you'd wandered into the House of Representatives last week without reading the election returns, you might have concluded that the GOP won big on Nov. 6. "We have the second-largest Republican House...
It turns out this presidential election wasn't so much about race after all, but about something bigger, more fundamental and harder to ignore. And there's a lesson here for shellshocked Republicans, still wondering how things went so wrong: It's time to...
As President Obama and Mitt Romney make a last-minute push for votes, First Lady Michelle Obama can already chalk up a small victory for her campaign to fight childhood obesity. In a semi-scientific study conducted on the front porch of a Yale University...
David Dreier was 26, still living in a dorm at Claremont McKenna College and working as a college administrator, when he ran for Congress the first time, in 1978. He lost then but never thereafter. Sixteen times, Dreier was elected to the House of...
Josephine Jimenez, a Los Angeles educator who broke through a glass ceiling to run a high school and become a leader and supervisor of principals, has died at 100. Jimenez is widely regarded by former colleagues as the first Latina and the second...
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