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  • GOP gavel fights: 11 House committee chairmanships in play

    WASHINGTON Almost every House member is on the stump this month, wrapping up re-election bids, with most cruising to new terms and a handful on both sides of the aisle scrambling to hang on to their jobs. But for a select few GOP lawmakers those...
  • Live Nation's bid to run Greek Theatre gets parks panel's backing

    Live Nation's bid to run Greek Theatre gets parks panel's backing
    The Greek Theatre could change hands after a Los Angeles city commission recommended Thursday that another company take over running the historic Griffith Park venue, the latest step in a bitter battle between entertainment titans. The decision could...
  • Inside the Beltway with the residents of 'Alpha House'

    Inside the Beltway with the residents of 'Alpha House'
    As the cameras whirred, John Goodman read the paper at the kitchen table. Fellow actor Matt Malloy nervously washed dishes at the counter. A third performer, Mark Consuelos, scrolled though the morning's news on his tablet. "Gil, did you know Sarah...
  • In South Bay Assembly race, state ethics agency fuels campaign fodder

    Most of the back-and-forth in a hotly-contested state Assembly race in the South Bay has been on typical political fare: taxes, education, local jobs. But recently, the race between incumbent Democrat Al Muratsuchi and his Republican challenger, David...
  • Mailbag: Because The Ranch is no Montage

    A recent letter asked why, unlike a prior proposal by Montage Laguna Beach, The Ranch project does not include a public trail through the property (Mailbag, Oct. 17). The Montage was indeed considering a potential trail in return for approval of their...
  • Even in situational role, Terps' Yannik Cudjoe-Virgil remains 'key guy'

    Even in situational role, Terps' Yannik Cudjoe-Virgil remains 'key guy'
    On a third-and-8 during the fourth quarter of Maryland’s win over Iowa on Saturday, Terps outside linebacker Yannik Cudjoe-Virgil -- lined up over center -- used a quick swim move to beat Hawkeyes center Austin Blythe before converging with fellow...
  • S. Carolina House Speaker Harrell pleads guilty to misconduct in office, resigns

    COLUMBIA, S.C. Bobby Harrell, speaker of the South Carolina House since 2005, pleaded guilty to six counts of use of campaign funds for personal expenses on Thursday morning and has agreed to resign immediately from his House seat. In a plea hearing at...
  • Emmaus grad Kevin White making better life for himself at West Virginia

    Emmaus grad Kevin White making better life for himself at West Virginia
    Kevin White was checking out websites last weekend, looking at different angles of his one-handed touchdown catch that helped West Virginia beat then-No. 4 ranked Baylor. "It was pretty cool seeing that catch and hearing people talk about it," the senior...
  • UNC report: Faculty member Jan Boxill suggested grades for athletes in 'paper' classes

    In 2012, when former North Carolina Gov. Jim Martin unveiled the last report into academic fraud and no-show classes in African and Afro-American Studies, the leader of the faculty, Jan Boxill, called the report "disturbing," and "astonishing."...
  • McCaffery suspension may pit king's power against will of the people

    McCaffery suspension may pit king's power against will of the people
    HARRISBURG — King's Bench power. It's a 12th-century legal authority the Legislature bestowed in 1722 on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, granting the court constitutional authority over legal and supervisory aspects of the court system in the...
  • John Lanchester's 'How to Speak Money' decodes economic talk

    "How to Speak Money: What the Money People Say And What It Really Means" by John Lanchester; Norton (288 pages, $26.95) "There's a huge gap between the people who understand money and economics and the rest of us," writes novelist John Lanchester ("...