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  • Terrorism charges for 2 in Mexico who spread attack rumor on Twitter, Facebook

     
    The government of Veracruz state in Mexico has jailed a man and woman on charges of terrorism and sabotage after they published rumors of an unconfirmed narco attack on a school on the social networking sites Twitter and Facebook (link in Spanish). The...
  • Religious tolerance under attack

     
    Sunday's editorial about post 9-11 religious tolerance in America is fair game for criticism, as are all editorials. But some of the responses we got Рseveral dozen letters to the editor Рmade me wonder if some readers well, read the...
  • It's 10 a.m.: Do You Know What Car Your Kid is Driving?

     
    Two years ago, my son started driver???s education at our local high school. Curious about what cars they were using, I discovered it was a Chevy Aveo, which had some of the poorest crash test ratings, according to the Insurance......
  • Irvine 11 D.A.'s closing statement branded 'political theater'

     
    Leaders of various groups gathered for a news conference outside the Santa Ana Courthouse on Monday afternoon to condemn the actions of the Orange County district attorney's office in the case of the so-called Irvine 11. Shakeed Syed, executive director.....
  • Obama calls for gay rights at the United Nations

     
    A major moment for human rights occurred yesterday when for the first time a sitting American President called for support for international LGBT rights in front of the United Nations General Assembly. President Obama's morning address included a public...
  • Bed, breakfast and beyond the pale

     
    Friday's print column is a version of Wednesday's post on the same subject: In less time than it takes you to read this paragraph, you can find on the Internet a variety of pages that cite scriptural authority to back......
  • 'Irvine 11' case goes to the jury

     
    The trial of seven UC Irvine and three UC Riverside students who are accused of illegally disrupting a speech at UC Irvine is now in the hands of the jury,...
  • ‘Irvine 11’: Prosecutor calls verdict a victory for free speech

     
    As protesters took to Twitter to express disappointment and anger in the conviction of 10 Muslim students for a campus protest, Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackaukas called the verdict a certain victory for free speech....
  • Happy banned books week!

     
    Banned Books week begins today, runs through October 30, and includes everything from challenged children's books to banned erotica....
  • PST, A to Z: 'Peace Press Graphics 1967-1987' at UAM CSULB

     
    Pacific Standard Time will explore the origins of the Los Angeles art world through museum exhibitions throughout Southern California over the next six months. Times art reviewer Sharon Mizota has set the goal of seeing all of them. This is......
  • Hank Williams Jr. fired by ESPN

     
    A country boy can survive. But not in this case. ESPN has pulled the plug on the longtime "Monday Night Football" theme song after singer Hank Williams Jr. used an analogy that included Adolf Hitler and President Obama to make......