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  • Obama vs GOP: 'Fiscal responsibility'

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama hopes to turn the tenor of the political debate this week from unprecedented and massive new spending to "fiscal responsibility.'' He will do this with the presentation of the outline of a new federal......
  • Obama's back-to-school lesson plans

     
    by Mark Silva and updated at 230 pm EDT The suggested lesson plans accompanying President Barack Obama's planned address to schoolchildren next week have been modified, but this hasn't mollified critics of the president's back-to-school speech.: The...
  • Scalia, Stevens and Sotomayor (and rest of Supreme Court) to grapple with another handgun ban

     
    The news today that the Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to Chicago's ban on handguns has invigorated gun-rights activists across the country. Groups like the NRA and the Second Amendment Foundation say they hope the high court's......
  • Fed's new mantra: Tighter credit is coming, but not soon

     
    Another day, and another Federal Reserve official warning us that the central bank will someday have to take away the enormous wad of cheap money it has provided to the financial system and the economy. Just not soon. Fed Vice......
  • Theater review: 'Creditors' at La Jolla Playhouse

     
    With its beautiful curving coastline, carefree surfer dudes and posh shops, La Jolla makes for a somewhat incongruous locale for encountering August Strindberg???s baleful vision of intimate relationships. Ducking into La Jolla Playhouse???s Saturday...
  • Music review: Long Beach Symphony begins 75th season

     
    Saturday night the Long Beach Symphony celebrated the beginning of its 75th season. The mayor, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors and the State Assembly and Senate sent proclamations. Champagne and cake were served in the Terrace Theater Lobby......
  • In today's pages: A new police chief, new school rules and neocons

     
    The Times editorial board and columnist Tim Rutten both throw their support behind Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa's choice of Charlie Beck to lead the Los Angeles Police Department. The board likes Beck's credentials as a reformer, but notes the work still to...
  • Fatal skid row shooting believed tied to narcotics dispute

     
    Los Angeles police detectives said this morning that the fatal shooting of a woman on skid row may have been the result of a dispute over narcotics and that the victim's 23-year-old son was the original target. Michelle Cato, 26,......
  • Witnesses chase skid row slaying suspect to police officer [Updated]

     
    A woman who allegedly gunned down another woman on Los Angeles' skid row was arrested today after witnesses chased her into the arms of a police officer, authorities said. Michelle Cato, 26, ran into the Los Angeles Police Department officer......
  • Still no decision on bombshell Supreme Court campaign finance case

     
    It was thought to be coming today, a Supreme Court decision on Citizens United vs. the Federal Election Commission, a case that could have a huge impact on how campaigns are financed. During the 2008 presidential election, Citizens United, a......
  • Morning Money Links: Hitting the ceiling on debt; Google leads tech-stock comeback; tanning salons see ruin

     
    --- When $12.1 trillion is not enough: The Senate gets ready to lift the Treasury’s borrowing limit to accommodate another wave of deficit financing. The Cato Institute's Richard Rahn fears we're nearing the tipping point on the U.S. debt load.......