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  • Republicans secretly cheer Supreme Court Obamacare decision

    Republicans secretly cheer Supreme Court Obamacare decision
    Everybody has come out a winner with the Supreme Court's ruling in favor of Obamacare -- at least politically. For President Obama, the 6-to-3 decision maintains the federally managed health plans in 33 states that do not have their own systems, thus...
  • Groups back Gardena effort to block release of police-shooting videos

    Setting the stage for a legal showdown over the line between police transparency and privacy, a variety of California law enforcement organizations are backing an effort by the city of Gardena to bar the public release of videos showing a controversial...
  • Heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder seeks crowd-pleasing schedule

    Heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder seeks crowd-pleasing schedule
    Deontay Wilder has to agree to a mandatory title defense by October. In a refreshing move, the heavyweight world champion from Alabama wants to squeeze in a fight even before he takes his obligated challenge from Russia’s Alexander Povetkin....
  • Grandson of slain Glendale couple hospitalized, delaying questioning by police

    Grandson of slain Glendale couple hospitalized, delaying questioning by police
    The sole publicly identified person of interest in the slaying of a Glendale couple found dead inside their home has been hospitalized with serious injuries, delaying detectives' efforts to interview him, police said Monday. Nathaniel Scheiern, the...
  • Royce White's agent: Flying not an issue for player on Clippers' summer league team

    Royce White's agent: Flying not an issue for player on Clippers' summer league team
    As if to underscore that he would not have any issues flying with the Clippers, Royce White on Monday took a cross-country flight from Los Angeles to Orlando, Fla. His destination was the location of the NBA summer league, where the free agent forward...
  • 1933 dedication of 6th Street bridge

     
    1933 dedication ceremonies of 6th Street bridge and viaduct, built at a cost of $2,383,271....
  • Photo workshop shows rising tide lifts all boats

     
    By Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times We teach the basics of ISO, shutter speed, aperture and depth of field — and then put the fundamentals immediately to the test. Underexpose, compose and wait for the moment. Make the image in the camera now, not...
  • What the court did, and didn't do, about coal-fired power plants

     What the court did, and didn't do, about coal-fired power plants
    The Supreme Court decision blocking federal regulations on mercury and other pollutants isn't the tremendous victory for Big Coal that it first appeared to be. In the majority opinion, Justice Antonin Scalia agreed with industry representatives that the...
  • Police question grandson of slain Glendale couple

    Police question grandson of slain Glendale couple
    The grandson of an elderly couple found dead inside their Glendale home over the weekend has been taken in for questioning by police, officials said Monday. Glendale police are questioning Nethaniel Scheiern, after the bodies of his grandparents were...
  • Kings' Stoll pleads guilty to two misdemeanors to resolve drug case

    Kings' Stoll pleads guilty to two misdemeanors to resolve drug case
    Kings center Jarret Stoll pleaded guilty Thursday to two reduced misdemeanor charges stemming from his April arrest on suspicion of possession of cocaine and Ecstasy at the MGM Grand pool. Stoll had been charged this week with one felony count of...
  • Bugged by a buckled L.A. sidewalk? Submit your photos to The Times

    Bugged by a buckled L.A. sidewalk? Submit your photos to The Times
    Los Angeles plans to spend nearly $1.4 billion over the next 30 years to repair its immense network of more than 10,000 miles of sidewalks. However, city officials do not know how many miles need repair, where all the damage is located and which spots...