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Price hikes from rising tariffs loom ahead of busy shopping seasons

Big retailers are warning of higher prices due to the U.S. trade fight with China just as the back-to-school and holiday shopping seasons approach.

At 100, UCLA celebrates, takes stock, and looks ahead

The school must address rising tuition and how best to serve a diverse student body, Chancellor Gene Block says.

He got into Georgetown as a bogus tennis recruit. Was he in on college admissions scam?

To hear his lawyers tell it, Adam Semprevivo has worked hard to earn high marks his whole life — both before and after his father paid $400,000 to ensure he was admitted.

USC gave nearly $1 million to medical school dean linked to drugs

Dr. Carmen Puliafito was the subject of a Times investigation that revealed he used drugs and partied with young addicts while running the Keck School of Medicine.

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