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  • Judge rejects motion

    SANTA ANA — An Orange County judge on Thursday rejected a motion by prosecutors that he unseal the transcript of a grand jury investigation into the Irvine 11 case. Eleven students stand criminally charged for allegedly disrupting a speech at UC...
  • 'Clumsy' talk, but no deals offered, Blagojevich says

    'Clumsy' talk, but no deals offered, Blagojevich says
    The retrial of Rod Blagojevich has ended for the day after the former governor made another flat denial that he tried to swap a cabinet post for himself in exchange for appointing someone to the U.S. Senate.   Blagojevich said he did not offer a trade...
  • Major Scholarship Winner for Community Contributions

    Major Scholarship Winner for Community Contributions
    High school graduates all over the country are sweating it out these days, waiting to see if they'll get valuable scholarships for college that they have applied for.  This week's Reaching 4 Excellence Young Achiever doesn't have to do that.  Selchia Cain...
  • Lawrence S. Eagleburger dies at 80; former secretary of State

    Lawrence S. Eagleburger, the wisecracking, chain-smoking diplomat who charmed both Republicans and Democrats, handled tense assignments during the first Persian Gulf War and rose up the ranks to become secretary of State toward the end of President George...
  • Crackdown on bicyclists: 240 warnings, 1 ticket

    Crackdown on bicyclists: 240 warnings, 1 ticket
    For motorists who think bicyclists in Chicago have been granted unconditional rights to violate every traffic law on the books, authorities were out in force today to suggest otherwise. The sting was conducted at only one intersection near downtown,...
  • Are city, activists ready to compromise on homeless feedings?

    Are city, activists ready to compromise on homeless feedings?
    We have many bits of tid in today's Friday Files. But first, an update on the battle between the city of Orlando and the activists atLake Eola. In Wednesday's column, I made a pitch for compromise in this long-running feud, which isn't helping anyone....
  • UCI students could face grand jury

    The college students who interrupted Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren's speech last year at UC Irvine -- the so-called "Irvine 11" -- may face a grand jury and criminal charges in the coming weeks, a lawyer representing some of the students said Friday....
  • Political Landscape: Huff plans to hold the line

    Last time a California governor asked voters for a tax increase, Sen. Bob Huff (R-Diamond Bar) offered his support. That won’t be the case this time. Huff, whose district includes the Montrose Shopping Park and parts of La Crescenta, said this week...
  • D.A. charges 'Irvine 11' with misdemeanors

    The Orange County district attorney's office announced Friday that it is charging the so-called "Irvine 11" with misdemeanor charges related to their protest of the Israeli ambassador who spoke at UC Irvine last year. The group of student activists...
  • Editorial: Drop charges against 'Irvine 11'

    There must be something better for the Orange County district attorney to do than go after the "Irvine 11," the students who were charged Friday with disrupting a February 2010 speech by Israel's ambassador to the United States at UC Irvine. The...
  • Mailbag: 'Irvine 11' denied others' free-speech rights

    Let's see if I've got this right: 50 or so activists marched outside the O.C. district attorney's office last week to protest a reported grand jury investigation of the "Irvine 11" over their having interrupted a speech by Israeli Ambassador Michael...