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  • Bell jury wants more testimony read back; still no verdict

     
    Before leaving the courthouse Thursday without reaching a verdict, jurors in the Bell corruption trial asked for a read-back of testimony regarding one defendant's pay and another's ability to read and write. The testimony will be read to the panel......
  • Thomson Reuters editor Matthew Keys faces hacking charges

     
    Thomson Reuters deputy social media editor Matthew Keys will face charges next month after being indicted Thursday for allegedly conspiring with members of the hacking group “Anonymous” to infiltrate a Tribune site shortly after he was fired....
  • Journalist Matthew Keys says he's 'fine' after hacking indictment

     
    Thomson Reuters deputy social media editor Matthew Keys said on Twitter that he was "fine" after being indicted Thursday for allegedly conspiring with members of the hacking group “Anonymous” to infiltrate a Tribune site shortly after he was...
  • UC San Diego council seeks divestment from firms with West Bank ties

     
    UC San Diego’s student government joined a widening movement urging the university system to divest from companies that some student activists contend are violating the human rights of Palestinians and aiding Israel’s occupation of the West...
  • Matthew Keys' computer 'dismantled' after indictment, Reuters says

     
    Thomson Reuters has "dismantled" the work computer of deputy social media editor Matthew Keys after he was indicted Thursday for allegedly conspiring with members of the hacking group “Anonymous” to infiltrate a Tribune site, the wire...
  • Columnist Vladimir Putin vs. a grandmaster

     
    Russian president Vladimir Putin has an op-ed about Syria in today's New York Times A Plea for Caution From Russia This prompted former world chess champion and chairman of the Human Rights Foundation Garry Kasparov to tweet: I hope Putin......
  • Matthew Keys 'fine' after indictment on hacking charges

     
    Matthew Keys, the Thomson Reuters deputy social media editor indicted Thursday for allegedly conspiring with members of the hacking group “Anonymous” to infiltrate a Tribune site, reassured friends on Twitter that he is "fine." He said that it...
  • Las Vegas Strip shooting suspect refuses to waive extradition

     
    A 26-year-old man arrested in Studio City and held on suspicion of murder in a car-to-car shooting on the Las Vegas Strip refused to waive extradition Thursday and asked Nevada authorities to produce a governor’s warrant. Ammar Harris is accused.......
  • Journalist helped 'Anonymous' hack news story, prosecutors say

     
    A former Web producer for a Tribune-owned Sacramento television station was indicted Thursday and accused of conspiring with members of the hacking group “Anonymous” to infiltrate a Tribune site shortly after he was fired. Matthew Keys, 26,...
  • Labor leader says L.A. like 'ghost town' before AEG's Leiweke arrived

     
    One of L.A.' most important labor leaders said Anschutz Entertainment Group's departing chief executive Tim Leiweke set a new precedent for how developers could work with labor unions in the city....
  • Politicians vs. judiciary: A misguided war

    Politicians vs. judiciary: A misguided war
    State House Speaker Dean Cannon says they threaten the freedom and liberty of Americans. U.S. Rep. Sandy Adams says they disregard our "national sovereignty." Are they talking about Al-Qaida? Osama bin Laden? No. American judges. And so they are...