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Michael Allen

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  • Will the NSA be reformed?

    Remember Edward Snowden? For a while, the National Security Agency's renegade contractor seemed like the most influential man in American intelligence, even though he's been hiding out in Moscow. Snowden's disclosures touched off a wave of enthusiasm in Congress for reforming the NSA's surveillance practices — and anger overseas when he revealed that American spies were listening to foreign leaders' cellphone calls.
  • Assembly speaker appoints ex-lawmaker to plum post

     
    Former Assemblyman Michael Allen may have lost a close race for reelection in November, but his state service is far from over.

    Boys' Basketball Preview: Success takes different forms for local boys' basketball teams

    Boys' Basketball Preview: Success takes different forms for local boys' basketball teams
    Success in the local boys’ basketball scene will depend heavily on which teams can integrate new players and develop on the fly, while more veteran squads will have to show progress from last season. At St. Francis, much has changed for a Golden...

    Boys' Basketball Preview: City trio all has young talent

    Boys' Basketball Preview: City trio all has young talent
    While the jersey colors of the St. Francis High, La Caņada and Flintridge Prep boys’ basketball teams vary, each squad will share one distinct tint this season: green. That’s because while all three programs have talent to boast, key losses...

    Street by street, new police commissioner is learning Baltimore

    Street by street, new police commissioner is learning Baltimore
    A group of children play ball in the courtyard after dark as Anthony W. Batts walks through a high-crime West Baltimore public housing project wrapped around the Edgar Allan Poe House. It's quiet here, with an officer permanently stationed on-site, but...