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  • Council District 15: How uncoordinated are the candidates?

     
    The Los Angeles Police Protective League put big bucks behind Joe Buscaino in the Nov. 8 City Council primary, but in the runoff it's got company: The union leaders of rank-and-file Department of Water and Power employees are behind an......
  • Council District 15: Wilmington and the air that it breathes

     
    Sometimes you can smell Wilmington before you see it. It might be the scent of the wells, tucked in between houses and neighborhood streets, pumping the last drops of oil from the giant Wilmington oil field, the third-largest petroleum field......
  • Name that questionable street banner [Coffeebreak Quiz]

     
    Today’s Times Opinion L.A. Coffeebreak Quiz is a kind of scavenger hunt, and it has to do with the city of Los Angeles’ street banner program. Street banners are those colorful vinyl strips you see hanging from public light poles......
  • Chief justice: 'It's been a hammer over my head for the last year'

     
    Several weeks after Tani Cantil-Sakauye took the oath as California's 28th chief justice on Jan. 3, 2011, Assemblyman Charles Calderon (D-Whittier) introduced a bill to strip the state Judicial Council, which she heads, of much of its power to run......
  • The chief justice, the death penalty and the 'worst possible option'

     
    Keeping California's dysfunctional status quo on the death penalty is the "worst possible option," California Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye told The Times' editorial board last Friday. "And for the most part in terms of structural change, that is what...
  • California's chief justice: 'Life without means life without'

     
    Does Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye oppose the death penalty? That's the way some observers on both sides of the debate took her statement in a Dec. 24 Los Angeles Times story by staff writer Maura Dolan. But no, the chief......
  • L.A. City Council District 15 recap

     
    In advance of the Jan. 17 special election runoff for the 15th City Council district, and as part of our process for endorsing a candidate, the Los Angeles Times editorial board interviewed candidates Joe Buscaino and Warren Furutani and re-familiarized.....
  • A banner month for the Golden Globes [Wednesday's Coffeebreak Quiz answer]

     
    Yesterday's Opinion L.A. Coffeebreak Quiz asked you to find street banners hung from public light poles on the public right-of-way along public streets in Los Angeles that advertise a commercial television program. The answer: The Golden Globes, or...
  • Which Villaraigosa deputy gave what to whom? [Coffeebreak quiz]

     
    We're just days away from the Jan. 17 City Council runoff in District 15. We've written in this space before about who's funding the candidates: Lots of San Pedro residents and businesses are giving to LAPD officer Joe Buscaino; lots......
  • Audio: Schwarzenegger's budget solutions

    Audio: Schwarzenegger's budget solutions
    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger met with Times editors and reporters Wednesday to discuss the state's worsening fiscal crisis and proposals for long-term reform. An audio recording of the meeting is available below, along with a guide for listening to the...
  • Forces of Attraction

    Forces of Attraction
    When you're attracted to someone, your whole body switches on. It's like hearing the first bars of your favorite song. And though it might feel like magic, it isn't random. It's just too complex for us to discern the harmony. Attraction is so subtle...