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Victoria Kim

Victoria Kim reports from Seoul, South Korea, for the Los Angeles Times. Since joining the paper in 2007, she has covered the state and federal courts and the Korean community in Los Angeles. Her work has included investigations on the cover-up of the sex abuse scandal in the Los Angeles Archdiocese, killing of unarmed suspects by the Inglewood police, underpaid workers in the garment district and unaccredited law schools in California. She has previously written for the Associated Press in South Korea and West Africa, as well as the Financial Times in New York. Victoria was raised in Seoul and graduated from Harvard University.
Woolsey fire-ravaged areas are in the clear from mudslide danger, for now

Residents of L.A. and Ventura counties reeling from the 100,000-acre Woolsey fire can breathe easy for now — the first post-fire rainfall came and went without significant mudslides or debris flow from fire-scarred hillsides. 

U.S. has little to show for stalled nuclear talks with North Korea

Nearly six months after President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un embraced at a historic Singapore summit and made vague promises of peace and prosperity, talks have flatlined and Pyongyang has taken no significant steps to reduce its nuclear arsenal or capabilities.

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