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  • Myanmar panel proposes measures to ease ethnic tensions

    Myanmar panel proposes measures to ease ethnic tensions
    NEW DELHI, India -- Ever since Myanmar opened to the West, released political prisoners and allowed the opposition led by Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi to run for office, it has been dogged by tensions among its many ethnic and religious minorities....
  • Milken conference panel: Immigration reform would boost economy

    Milken conference panel: Immigration reform would boost economy
    Providing legal status to the country's estimated 11 million illegal immigrants would boost the U.S. economy and eradicate underground economies in cities such as Los Angeles, a panel of researchers, elected officials and a business tycoon said Monday. ...
  • L.A. Times updates guidelines for covering immigration

    L.A. Times updates guidelines for covering immigration
    The Los Angeles Times has announced new guidelines for covering immigration. The goal is to "provide relevance and context and to avoid labels." That means stories will no longer refer to individuals as "illegal immigrants" or "undocumented...
  • Border Patrol struggles to measure what it can't see

    Border Patrol struggles to measure what it can't see
    SAN DIEGO — Kathy Gomez estimates that U.S. Border Patrol agents catch 75% of the migrants who try to run through the strawberry fields at her farm near the border with Tijuana. Farther east, Miguel Diaz thinks the number hits 90% at his junkyard...
  • Kevin James releases Wendy Greuel's texts after she attacks him

    Kevin James releases Wendy Greuel's texts after she attacks him
    Los Angeles mayoral candidate Wendy Greuel sought the endorsement of  Republican Kevin James after he was eliminated from the race in the March primary. Now she's out with an attack mailer blasting James’ backing of Eric Garcetti, her rival in the...
  • May Day demonstrator says 'there's change on the horizon'

    May Day demonstrator says 'there's change on the horizon'
    A shout echoed out of Plaza Olvera after dawn Wednesday. A janitor whose small frame belied her booming voice stood at the center of a circle of people, leading the chant: "Obama, escucha: Estamos en la lucha." The 40 or so others -- a fraction of...
  • Obamacare fuels turf war

    Obamacare fuels turf war
    SACRAMENTO — Obamacare is supplying fresh ammunition for one of the oldest turf wars in Sacramento. It pits doctors — represented by the politically powerful California Medical Assn. — defending their turf against other medical...
  • A trip to parallel worlds of red and blue

    A trip to parallel worlds of red and blue
    California is, of course, a solid blue state. But it's got plenty of red patches, as we know, sometimes in close proximity to blue. On election day, I drove from one color to another, and the contrasts were so striking, I felt like an interplanetary...
  • Deportees to Mexico's Tamaulipas preyed upon by gangs

    Deportees to Mexico's Tamaulipas preyed upon by gangs
    MATAMOROS, MEXICO — They stuck together, walking slowly on busted sidewalks, approaching corners warily. They hurried past smoky taco stands and fleabag hotels. Nobody strayed. Deported from Southern California the night before, the 20 men had...
  • Prop. 30 isn't perfect, but if it fails, the results will be tragic

    Prop. 30 isn't perfect, but if it fails, the results will be tragic
    It's the kind of education news that never makes headlines: Dozens of teachers and principals from both charter and district-run schools across the Southland gathered last weekend at Loyola Marymount University to talk about what's working in their...
  • Ray Briem dies at 82; all-night radio host in L.A.

    Ray Briem dies at 82; all-night radio host in L.A.
    Ray Briem, the longtime KABC-AM talk show host who ruled all-night radio for nearly three decades with his phone calls to the famous and the quirky and his opinionated banter slamming liberals, championing conservative causes and extolling the big-band...