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  • It's GM today, but why do automakers keep building cars that kill us?

    Would you buy a car from General Motors? There was a time when the majority of Americans would’ve answered, unhesitatingly and resoundingly, yes. Today? Probably not so much. PHOTOS: From the Fed to GM, 5 top-tier women trying to fix man-...
  • Parents plead not guilty to kidnapping children from Boyle Heights

    Parents plead not guilty to kidnapping children from Boyle Heights
    A couple accused of abducting their children from Boyle Heights and taking them to the U.S.-Mexico border have pleaded not guilty to kidnapping and other felony charges. Enrique Felix and Rose Chairez, both 28, were arraigned Tuesday on two counts of...
  • Thousands of acres in Yosemite closed by Rim fire are reopened

    Thousands of acres in Yosemite closed by Rim fire are reopened
    Thousands of acres of Yosemite National Park closed to the public since last year's massive Rim fire have been reopened, officials announced Wednesday. However, park officials cautioned those visiting the affected areas — which include Hetch...
  • Leland Yee falls, and California secretary of state candidates rise up

    Leland Yee falls, and California secretary of state candidates rise up
    Thanks to state Sen. Leland Yee’s alleged attempts to broker illegal gun deals for campaign contributions, candidates for California’s secretary of state are suddenly getting a lot of attention and news coverage. Yee is out of the race,...
  • Transient in Selena Gomez's guest house charged with trespassing

    A homeless man found in the bathroom of performer Selena Gomez's Calabasas guest house was charged Wednesday with trespassing. Che Cruz is charged with misdemeanor unauthorized entry of a dwelling house, said Deputy Dist. Atty. Eduards Abele. Cruz,...
  • Karen Joy Fowler wins 2014 PEN/Faulkner award for fiction

    Karen Joy Fowler wins 2014 PEN/Faulkner award for fiction
    Karen Joy Fowler is the winner of the 2014 PEN/Faulkner award for fiction with her novel "We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves," it was announced Wednesday. Fowler's acclaimed novel tells the story of sharp-voiced woman raised by scientist parents who...
  • Book 'Em Mysteries in South Pasadena is closing after 24 years

    Book 'Em Mysteries in South Pasadena is closing after 24 years
    Book 'Em Mysteries in South Pasadena will close its doors April 30 after 24 years in business. On Tuesday it began its going-out-of-business sale, marking down the remaining 7,000 books in stock. The furniture and fixtures are also for sale. Mary...
  • Littlerock man charged with owning 28 birds for cockfighting

    A Littlerock man was charged Tuesday with owning more than two dozen game birds altered for cockfighting after a property search was conducted last month by L.A. County sheriff's deputies. Inocencio Rodríguez Aguirre, 46, faces 28 misdemeanor counts...
  • A tunnel under Sepulveda Pass? It might be yours for 25 cents a day

    A tunnel under Sepulveda Pass? It might be yours for 25 cents a day
    Having experienced the misery of commuting from the San Fernando Valley to Santa Monica, my ears always perk up when someone mentions building some kind of rapid transit through the Sepulveda Pass. There have been ideas floated, but the magnitude of the...
  • Jimmy Carter signs 1,600 books in one sitting at Powell's

    Jimmy Carter signs 1,600 books in one sitting at Powell's
    Former President Carter met his adoring, book-buying public in Portland, Ore., on  Sunday, the Oregonian reports. The 89-year-old statesman signed 1,600 books in about two hours at Powell's Bookstore. Carter's new book is "A Call to Action: Women,...
  • Paul Ryan the anti-Robin Hood: Robbing the poor to help the rich

    No, Paul Ryan isn’t Ebenezer Scrooge. But give him time; he’s young. And he shows such promise. On Tuesday, Ryan, the Republican tax-hatchet-man from Wisconsin, unveiled a new spending blueprint. Got a catchy title too: “The Path to...