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  • Essential: California, where it all began

    Good morning. It is Saturday, June 27. Here are some stories you don't want to miss this weekend. California’s battle goes national: The historic U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing same-sex marriage took a long and twisted road through...
  • U.S. government halts veterans' enrollment at five more helicopter schools

    U.S. government halts veterans' enrollment at five more helicopter schools
    The government has ordered at least five additional helicopter training programs to stop enrolling more veterans, part of a continuing crackdown to end GI Bill abuses that have cost taxpayers tens of millions of dollars. The latest restrictions have...
  • Lakers' D'Angelo Russell could be climbing the walls, in a good way

    Sometime between showing up for his first workout and finishing his second one for the Lakers, D'Angelo Russell had a chat with Mitch Kupchak. The Lakers general manager pointed to the walls at the team training facility in El Segundo. His targets...
  • Kings bolster roster by acquiring Milan Lucic from Boston Bruins

    Kings bolster roster by acquiring Milan Lucic from Boston Bruins
    The Kings didn't waste any time in Florida, pulling off a major trade with the Boston Bruins to acquire power forward Milan Lucic in exchange for three significant pieces. Acquiring Lucic came at a high price. Boston will receive the Kings' No. 1 pick...
  • Conservatives attack, rescue Obamacare

    What a deal. The Supreme Court's Obamacare decision reminds me of a demand that an aide to the late Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley is said to have given to reporters: Don't say what the mayor says, say what he means. Conservatives hoped that the high...
  • Manufacturer sentenced for false statement violations

    A northwest Indiana manufacturer has been sentenced to pay a fine and other penalties in connection with Clean Air Act false statement violations. The (Munster) Times (http://bit.ly/1e93NWW ) reports Calumite Company LLC, was sentenced Friday in...
  • Time for Obama to deliver with fast track: Their Take

    Time for Obama to deliver with fast track: Their Take
    Fast track's promise By agreeing to put new trade agreements on a fast track, Congress accomplished something far greater than critics of the legislation acknowledge. Since the last fast-track law expired in 2007, the Obama administration hasn't been...
  • Give LAUSD teacher Rafe Esquith a break

    Give LAUSD teacher Rafe Esquith a break
    The Los Angeles Unified School District decided to come down hard on the wrong teacher. That’s the sense reading the few dozen letters written in support of nationally acclaimed teacher Rafe Esquith since The Times first reported last week on his...
  • New firefly found in SoCal -- Wait, we have fireflies?

    New firefly found in SoCal -- Wait, we have fireflies?
    A never-before-seen species of firefly was just discovered in the Santa Monica mountains, in Topanga. It's just a little guy — about half a centimeter long. It does glow, but faintly. Experts say it has nothing on its beaming East Coast cousins...
  • LAPD identifies officer who shot unarmed man in Los Feliz

    LAPD identifies officer who shot unarmed man in Los Feliz
    A week after Los Angeles police shot and critically wounded an unarmed man whose hands were covered with a cloth, department officials on Friday identified the officer who pulled the trigger. The LAPD identified Cairo Palacios as the officer who shot...
  • How did an accused serial killer poison himself in jail?

    How did an accused serial killer poison himself in jail?
    Jailers thought Itzcoatl "Izzy" Ocampo was having a seizure. He was vomiting, shaking and later foaming at the mouth. But Ocampo, an accused serial killer linked to the deaths of four homeless men, had drunk a cleaning product similar to Ajax. How did...