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  • 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...
  • Villaraigosa is no Hahn holdover

    Villaraigosa is no Hahn holdover
    Robert Greene's Nov. 1 Op-Ed article, "The real Villaraigosa era begins now," in which he portrays Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's first term as largely a continuation of his predecessor James K. Hahn's policies and offers prognostications...
  • Q & A with Lt. Gov.-designee Abel Maldonado

     
    Republican State Sen. Abel Maldonado was chosen by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger last week to fill the lieutenant governor's post vacated by Democrat John Garamendi. Maldonado visited with The Times' editorial board before the Thanksgiving holiday to discuss...
  • Should gang cops have to disclose their assets? [UPDATED]

     
    Monday's Times story on the LAPD's difficulty filling gang units in the face of new financial disclosure rules reminded those of us on the editorial page of the ground we staked out two years ago -- against adopting the new rules. The page has long been...
  • Atty. Gen. Steve Cooley?

     
    Steve Cooley has said he wasn't interested in running to be the next state attorney general. But then, he also said he wasn't interested in running for a third term as Los Angeles County district attorney, and here he is. Kenneth Ofgang has the scoop in...
  • L.A. Times editorial writer Robert Greene wins Walker Stone Award

     
    Los Angeles Times editorial writer Robert Greene has been awarded this year’s Walker Stone Award for “outstanding achievement in editorial writing” by the Scripps Howard Foundation. The award announced Friday is one of several accolades presented by...
  • Primary Source: DWP and city officials pitch their rate increase proposal

     
    Shortly after unveiling on Monday a plan to increase rates by between 8% and 28% on Los Angeles electricity users to cover the fluctuating cost of coal and natural gas and boost the city's efforts to get more of its energy from renewable sources,...
  • Pacific Time podcast: Primary primer, summer entertainment and tech talk [Updated]

     
    In this week's edition of Pacific Time: It's a double header. First, in every election season, the Los Angeles Times editorial board studies the issues and offers its educated and informed recommendations. Editorial writer Robert Greene leads the...
  • Pacific Time podcast: An election special edition with an audio column from Steve Lopez

     
    In this special edition of Pacific Time: We review the results of Tuesday's primary election. State political reporter Cathleen Decker gives her insight on the big California races, editorial writer Robert Greene offers a scorecard of how voters'...
  • Which came first: Chickens, eggs or Proposition 2?

     
    A year and a half after California voters overwhelmingly passed a ballot measure to improve the treatment of chickens, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Tuesday took the next peck by signing a bill to extend the same protections to out-of-state birds. How can...
  • Schwarzenegger says 'no' to majority budget votes [UPDATED]

     
    If California adopted its budgets by majority vote of the Legislature, like every other state except Arkansas and Rhode Island, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger would be home by now. But we don't, and apparently the governor wants to keep things the way they...