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  • China's move toward restricting foreign NGOs spurs anxiety in many organizations

    China's move toward restricting foreign NGOs spurs anxiety in many organizations
    When a massive earthquake struck Nepal in April, Chinese nongovernmental organizations rushed in to provide help, making camp on the grounds of the national palace museum and distributing water, food and tents. A Lions Club chapter in Guangdong province...
  • Letters: Kudos for less-traveled destinations, cemetery finds, more

    Thank you so much for your "A Fab Five" [June 28] articles on desirable destinations that are not yet overrun. I had the privilege of growing up in a missionary family in the 1950s who managed to take me on exciting travels when cruise lines carried...
  • Wanted: True oversight of the L.A. County Sheriff's Department

    Wanted: True oversight of the L.A. County Sheriff's Department
    Los Angeles County has a commission created more than a half century ago, that is tasked with monitoring jail conditions and holding government accountable for improper treatment of inmates. As reports circulated in recent years of inmate beatings and...
  • Gene mutation didn't slow down high school senior

    Gene mutation didn't slow down high school senior
    Senior year is usually a busy time, but it was perhaps especially so for Lilly Grossman. She was elected La Jolla High's homecoming queen, worked as features page editor of the school newspaper and published a novel with a friend — her second,...
  • Lake State Sen. Alan Hays led bait-and-switch on Amendment 1

    The biggest scam on voters since the Florida Lottery was approved by the Legislature last month, and the author of much of it was none other than state Sen. Alan Hays, R-Umatilla. Folks who aren't new to the state remember that the lottery was...
  • Apodaca: Big school news: vaccination law and debate over caps on reserves

    As the grills cool and fireworks detritus is swept away from our holiday celebrations, the fifth of July is as good a time as any to take stock of some important developments involving our schools. Warranting particularly close attention is the under-...
  • Lakers are in denial of shrinking status in NBA

    Lakers are in denial of shrinking status in NBA
    The Lakers are no longer the Lakers. The basketball world knows it, their front office needs to own it, and the Buss children need to start acting like it if they have any chance of becoming the Lakers again. The Lakers are no longer the Lakers, and...
  • Human remains found at Indiana quarry may be 2,000 years old

    Authorities say human remains found at the site of a proposed northwestern Indiana stone quarry may be up to about 2,000 years old. State Department of Natural Resources spokesman Marty Benson says the remains found recently at the Singleton Stone Quarry...
  • USC Now mailbag: The offense, UCLA and Bryce Dixon

    USC Now mailbag: The offense, UCLA and Bryce Dixon
    Time again for some summer reading and the USC Now mailbag. Who is ready for the season already? If you have any questions about USC football or recruiting, send them to LNThiry@gmail.com or tweet @LindseyThiry and they could appear in a future mailbag....
  • Letters: Much ado about nothing with the Lakers

    Can you imagine Jerry Buss being turned down by every major free agent in the NBA? How tone-deaf are Mitch Kupchak and Jim Buss? Don't they have any league intel to tell them who may be receptive to their overtures before they go all out, only to be...
  • Regulators Promise Vigorous Review Of Aetna-Humana Deal

    Regulators Promise Vigorous Review Of Aetna-Humana Deal
    Now comes the waiting. Aetna Inc. and Humana Inc. have agreed to join forces. Before a merger can go through, however, regulators in Washington and in the states will have to evaluate the market impact and approve the marriage. First, the companies...