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  • Sterling's three-ring circus doesn't represent L.A.

    Sterling's three-ring circus doesn't represent L.A.
    I think the time has come for someone in Los Angeles to explain to the rest of the country that whatever you may think of us, we are not as kooky as the Sterling fiasco suggests. They are anomalies. OK, maybe that’s an exaggeration. We do have a...
  • Media judgment, like Flight 370, has vanished

    Rush Limbaugh is right on this one. The reporting on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which disappeared March 8, has turned into a spectacle — not the good kind. It's all "such a show," Limbaugh told his listeners Monday. "We've got anchors and...
  • Spike Lee is right about Donald Sterling's CNN interview from hell

    Spike Lee is right about Donald Sterling's CNN interview from hell
    No one is perfect. Not even Magic Johnson. But the last man on Earth who is allowed to raise that point is Donald Sterling, who is now approximately halfway to China in that hole he dug for himself talking to CNN’s Anderson Cooper.  “...
  • Grown-ups gone wild remind us the perils of a following

    Grown-ups gone wild remind us the perils of a following
    Sometimes you don't want an audience after all. If there's a solid take-away from this week's spectacular display of grown-ups gone wild, it's this: In a world teeming with selfies, fueled by followers and sustained on likes, we're all better off,...
  • Stand your ground -- as long as you're white

    Most of us were not surprised by the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial. But millions of us were nonetheless disappointed and ashamed for the world to see that in this great country, in the 21st century, it's still possible for a white man to shoot and...
  • Daum: After Sandy, a bit of weather envy

    Daum: After Sandy, a bit of weather envy
    When it comes to the relationship between Southern Californians and massive storms like Sandy, the conventional wisdom is that such weather (“such” meaning the kind not commonly found in Southern California) can give rise to just a tiny bit of...
  • LAPD Chief Charlie Beck's side

     LAPD Chief Charlie Beck's side
    In the three-plus years since Charlie Beck put on the chief's badge at the LAPD, his goal has been to consolidate a modern, multiethnic, publicly responsible 10,000-officer department, as envisioned in the rattling reforms of 15 and 20 years ago. The...
  • Did magical dog jail a 4th innocent man?

    In hindsight, it's hard to believe that John Preston and his magical dog were ever allowed to testify in court. Preston's claims — that his dog could track scents through water, even years after a suspect supposedly left them — were...
  • Florida, get bolder with tourism ads

    And the winner is … Fort Myers and Sanibel Island. The Southwest Florida tourist sanctuary achieved a pinnacle moment in advertising circles last week when its campaign to show its oil-free beaches generated enough noise to warrant a story...
  • Michael Phelps says he will retire after London Olympics

    Michael Phelps says he will retire after London Olympics
    U.S. swimmer Michael Phelps says he'll make one more push in the pool at the Olympics in London this summer, but after that he's hanging up his Speedo. Phelps told Anderson Cooper in an interview on "60 Minutes" on Sunday that while it took him quite...
  • Fugitive may think kidnapped girls are his, mother-in-law says

    Fugitive may think kidnapped girls are his, mother-in-law says
    A murder and kidnapping suspect may believe he's the father of the two young girls he's accused of abducting, his mother-in-law said Thursday. "He believes they are his children," Josie Tate told HLN's Nancy Grace. Adam Mayes, a Mississippi fugitive,...