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  • 13 assailants reported killed in attack on police station in China

    Chinese authorities said 13 assailants died and three police officers were injured Saturday in an attack on a police station in the far western region of Xinjiang. The state-run media said a truck was driven into the station and explosives were...
  • Ukraine's president declares one-week cease-fire in restive east

    MOSCOW Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Friday declared a one-week, unilateral cease-fire to try and end the bloody conflict with pro-Russian insurgents in the country's east. The truce will last until June 27 in order to allow the "terrorists" to...
  • Judge throws out part of Zimmerman libel case against NBC

    Judge throws out part of Zimmerman libel case against NBC
    SANFORD – A judge on Thursday threw out part of George Zimmerman's libel suit against NBC Universal and held out the prospect that she may throw out the whole thing. Circuit Judge Debra S. Nelson tossed the allegations related to one of five...
  • Jimmy Fallon in Orlando; 'Rizzoli' returns

    Jimmy Fallon in Orlando; 'Rizzoli' returns
    Orlando will gain national exposure when Jimmy Fallon brings "The Tonight Show" here, starting Monday. In announcing Fallon's first road trip with "Tonight," NBC was clear that the visit to Universal Orlando Resort is "timed to celebrate the resort's...
  • L.A. Times updates newsroom ethics guidelines

    L.A. Times updates newsroom ethics guidelines
    The Los Angeles Times has updated its newsroom ethics guidelines. The guidelines, which apply to all Times journalists as well as freelancers, were last revised in 2011. The guidelines are publicly available at latimes.com/ethics. LOS ANGELES TIMES...
  • Ukrainian peace plan: President offers rebels a unilateral cease-fire

    Ukrainian peace plan: President offers rebels a unilateral cease-fire
    Ukraine's president said Wednesday that he has a peace plan that would provide for a unilateral cease-fire on the part of government forces, giving pro-Russia separatists a chance to lay down their arms and end a weeks-long confrontation that has left...
  • A maddening game: Assigning blame

    At times of crisis, we slip reflexively into finger-pointing mode. President Barack Obama's critics blame the swift fall of major Iraqi cities to Islamist radicals on his decision to withdraw U.S. combat forces from the battered country. His supporters...
  • Los Angeles Times Ethics Guidelines

    June 2014 INTRODUCTION The goal of the Los Angeles Times is to publish news and information of the highest quality. This requires The Times, across its entire portfolio of editorial products, to be, above all else, a principled news organization....
  • O.C. Register owner to cut staff, merge Long Beach and L.A. newspapers

    O.C. Register owner to cut staff, merge Long Beach and L.A. newspapers
    Seven weeks after launching a new Los Angeles newspaper amid great fanfare, the Orange County Register's parent company, Freedom Communications Inc., is showing signs of financial distress. The Santa Ana company said Tuesday that it is merging the...
  • Commander's death in Syria points to Iranian role in civil war

    Commander's death in Syria points to Iranian role in civil war
    A prominent Iranian military figure has been killed while fighting in Syria, according to both Syrian opposition and Iranian government sources, adding to mounting evidence of Tehran's military assistance to Syrian President Bashar Assad. Abdollah...
  • Tourist from Ohio is detained in North Korea

    Tourist from Ohio is detained in North Korea
    North Korea has detained another American tourist, bringing to three the number of U.S. citizens being held in the country. The reclusive state’s Korean Central News Agency said Friday that Jeffrey Edward Fowle entered the country April 29 as a...