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  • Neighbors oppose Harvard-Westlake plan for more parking

    Neighbors oppose Harvard-Westlake plan for more parking
    Harvard-Westlake School has plowed relentlessly forward to become one of the top college preparatory schools in the country. But the Studio City academy appears to face formidable opposition in its latest bid to expand and improve its high school campus...
  • Letters: Big Brother in the passenger seat

    Re "A black box in your car? It's possible," Oct. 27 The federal gas tax, set at 18.4 cents per gallon 20 years ago, has not been increased for inflation and therefore does not provide enough revenue to pay for road construction and maintenance. The...
  • 'Entourage' movie may finally happen. Freer upped at Fox.

    'Entourage' movie may finally happen. Freer upped at Fox.
    After the coffee. Before finally starting Dave Eggers' new book. The Skinny: Tough night for St. Louis as the Cardinals and Rams lost. Don't count the Cards out. If anyone can win two on the road, it's them. Tuesday's Morning Fix includes a look at...
  • A black box to track your car's mileage: Better than a gas tax?

    A black box to track your car's mileage: Better than a gas tax?
    The caption for the accompanying photo has been corrected, as indicated below. If ever there's a time for the government to track how many miles individual Americans drive, now isn't it. My colleague Evan Halper reported Monday that state and...
  • Democrats scramble to cancel insurance cancellations

    Democrats scramble to cancel insurance cancellations
    One of the arguments made for the 2010 healthcare law was that it attacked the problem of underinsurance -- the threadbare policies that offered such poor coverage, they allowed millions of Americans to be bankrupted by medical bills. Now, however,...
  • Floating some theories about Google's mysterious barge

    Floating some theories about Google's mysterious barge
    If it weren't for Google trying to cover it up, the old sea-worn barge stacked four stories high with customized shipping containers may not have become an object of global fascination. But Google being Google with all its out-there projects —...
  • Feds investigate Jeep Liberty for fire risk

    Feds investigate Jeep Liberty for fire risk
    Federal safety regulators have opened a preliminary investigation into the 2012 Jeep Liberty SUV for a possible fire risk in the driver’s door. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it has received two reports of fires from...
  • Dealey Plaza: A place Dallas has long tried to avoid and forget

    Dealey Plaza: A place Dallas has long tried to avoid and forget
    DALLAS — I hadn't been standing in Dealey Plaza more than five minutes when I watched a man dash out into the street to pose for a picture. He was heading straight for a white X in the pavement that marks the location of John F. Kennedy's...
  • Review: Wallis Annenberg Center is a step forward for Beverly Hills

    Review: Wallis Annenberg Center is a step forward for Beverly Hills
    The new Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, designed by Zoltan Pali and the firm Studio Pali Fekete, is a work of architecture that arrives with a long list of storylines attached. In mixing historic preservation with...
  • Man fatally shoots himself in La Verne Police Department parking lot

    Man fatally shoots himself in La Verne Police Department parking lot
    A Glendale man killed himself Monday morning when he shot himself in the chest while sitting inside his car in the La Verne Police Department parking lot, officials said. Los Angeles County coroner’s officials identified him as 59-year-old Roger...
  • L.A. Auto Show: Distracted driving stalls app integration into cars

    L.A. Auto Show: Distracted driving stalls app integration into cars
    The push to bring technology into cars is a slow crawl for many automakers, particularly because of one wrenching issue that has come up in nearly every discussion at the L.A. Auto Show: distracted driving. “It’s very important to get that...