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  • House passes defense spending bill

    The House on Thursday approved a $579 billion defense spending bill that offers a slight pay raise to U.S. troops, but reflects deep divisions on budget priorities and whether President Barack Obama needs new war powers to fight Islamic State militants....
  • Airport curfew measure defeated

    Airport curfew measure defeated
    A proposal that would have allowed a mandatory nighttime curfew at Bob Hope Airport failed to gain the support needed to pass in the U.S. House of Representatives this week. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) offered the amendment to a House Appropriations...
  • US orders more troops to Iraq, but no overhaul of strategy

    President Barack Obama ordered the deployment of up to 450 more American troops to Iraq on Wednesday in an effort to reverse major battlefield losses to the Islamic State, an escalation but not a significant shift in the struggling U.S. strategy to defeat...
  • U.S. orders more troops to Iraq, but no overhaul of strategy

    U.S. orders more troops to Iraq, but no overhaul of strategy
    President Barack Obama ordered the deployment of up to 450 more American troops to Iraq on Wednesday in an effort to reverse major battlefield losses to the Islamic State, an escalation but not a significant shift in the struggling U.S. strategy to defeat...
  • Cyberattack on federal workers linked to foreign government, Schiff says

    Cyberattack on federal workers linked to foreign government, Schiff says
    The cyberattack on the federal Office of Personnel Management was orchestrated by someone working directly for a foreign government or in concert with a foreign state, a key member of the House Intelligence Committee said Sunday. “There are only...
  • US should retaliate for theft of personal data, lawmakers say

    WASHINGTON �� The Obama administration should retaliate for a cyberattack on federal employee records that U.S. officials have linked to the Chinese government, members of the House Intelligence Committee said Sunday. "There has to be a...
  • Norman Lear, Sam Zell: Sunday guests

    Norman Lear, Sam Zell: Sunday guests
    UPDATED: John Dickerson debuts as moderator of CBS' "Face the Nation" this weekend. Former Gov. Rick Perry, R-Texas, a presidential candidate, will be a guest on "Face the Nation" and CNN's "State of the Union." Also on the Sunday morning guest list:...
  • Saturday TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'The Graham Norton Show'

    Saturday TV Highlights and Weekend Talk: 'The Graham Norton Show'
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of June 7 - 13, 2015 in PDF format This week's TV Movies --------------------   SERIES When Calls the Heart After a defiant...
  • Chinese hackers got data on millions of U.S. federal workers, officials fear

    Chinese hackers got data on millions of U.S. federal workers, officials fear
    Hackers based in China may have obtained personnel data on as many as 4 million federal employees in a large-scale cyberattack uncovered this spring, administration officials said Thursday. Investigators discovered signs of the attack in April while...
  • Push grows to add Rim of the Valley lands to national recreation area

    Push grows to add Rim of the Valley lands to national recreation area
    As a graduate student at California State University Northridge in the mid-1970s, the late Marge Feinberg began rabble-rousing for a "green belt" of wildlife habitats, parks and recreational areas encircling the San Fernando Valley. She even copyrighted...
  • If NSA surveillance program ends, phone record trove will endure

    If NSA surveillance program ends, phone record trove will endure
    The National Security Agency will mothball its mammoth archive of Americans' telephone records, isolating the computer servers where they are stored and blocking investigators' access, but will not destroy the database if its legal authority to collect...