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  • Who wins in the City National bank sale

    Royal Bank of Canada's purchase of City National Corp., the priciest bank deal since the financial crisis, will create major expansion opportunities for the L.A. banking firm's key businesses — wealth management, entertainment services, private...
  • Obama should sign Keystone Pipeline bill

     Obama should sign Keystone Pipeline bill
    The U.S. Senate voted Thursday to follow the House in authorizing construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. Amendments remain to be worked out with the House, but a compromise version is expected to reach President Obama's desk as soon as next week. And...
  • Keystone pipeline wins Senate vote in victory for GOP, Mitch McConnell

    After weeks of unusually robust debate, the Senate on Thursday approved legislation to expedite construction of the massive Keystone XL pipeline, brushing aside President Obama’s threat to veto the measure. Passage secured not only a top...
  • Obama should rescind Keystone veto threat: Editorial

    Obama should rescind Keystone veto threat: Editorial
    Although some squabbling this week held up a final vote, the U.S. Senate is likely to follow the House in passing legislation to authorize the Keystone XL pipeline. President Obama, who again appealed last week to Republicans to work with him —...
  • City National deal began with a Canadian banker going undercover

    City National deal began with a Canadian banker going undercover
    Before spending $5.4 billion to buy City National, the Los Angeles "bank to the stars," Royal Bank of Canada Chief Executive Dave McKay wanted to see firsthand what he would be getting. McKay personally went to branches in L.A. and New York, posing as...
  • Pro-Clinton group plans to raise money in downtown L.A.

    As Hillary Rodham Clinton edges closer to announcing whether she will seek the White House next year, a group urging the former secretary of State to run is planning a Latino-themed fundraiser next month in downtown Los Angeles. The Super PAC “...
  • Thoughts on the latest in the Dan Duquette saga and incentives for Ryan Flaherty

    Thoughts on the latest in the Dan Duquette saga and incentives for Ryan Flaherty
    The latest chapter in the Dan Duquette drama took another step forward on Sunday, fueled by a SportsNet report out of Canada that the Toronto Blue Jays have ended negotiations with the Orioles on a compensation package to let Duquette out of his contract....
  • World Cup of Hockey tournament set for 2016

    World Cup of Hockey tournament set for 2016
    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The World Cup of Hockey will be making a long-awaited return in 2016. The tournament will feature eight teams with the games played in Toronto before NHL training camps open in September. NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman and...
  • From would-be lawyer to ex-coach, Ravens coordinator Marc Trestman has learned his lessons

    If Marc Trestman had listened to Howard Schnellenberger, he might not have started on the path that has led him into 11 NFL cities and two college campuses, and that took him to Canada to realize a lifelong goal. He might not have been hired by football...
  • Canadian man pleads not guilty to U.S. terrorism charges

    Canadian man pleads not guilty to U.S. terrorism charges
    A Canadian man who had been extradited to the United States pleaded not guilty to federal terrorism charges that he sent money and long-distance support to jihadists who used a truck bomb to attack a U.S. base in Iraq where five Americans were killed,...
  • Hillary Clinton warns U.S. 'can't close our eyes' to Muslim extremism

    In her first extended public remarks about the recent deadly attacks in Paris, former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Wednesday that Americans "can't close our eyes" to the "dangerous strain of extremism within the Muslim world." Speaking...