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  • An election quiz-a-thon that's not aimed at political junkies

    An election quiz-a-thon that's not aimed at political junkies
    During my seven years as a reporter in the nation's capital, I came to love and hate election campaigns in equal measure. I love the policy debates they tee up for voters, but I hate how those issues get lost in the cacophony of personal attacks and...
  • Tilda Swinton to star in Nars campaign

    Tilda Swinton to star in Nars campaign
    Nars has selected cool and quirky actress Tilda Swinton to star in its spring ad campaign. [WWD] Colin Farrell is the new celebrity face of Dolce & Gabbana's new men's fragrance, Intenso. [The Cut] Apple unveiled its iPad Air2 and Retina 5K display...
  • LAUSD regrouping after Deasy's departure

    LAUSD regrouping after Deasy's departure
    The end of Supt. John Deasy's dynamic and controversial 3 1/2 year reign over public schools in Los Angeles leaves school district leaders with the daunting task of mending broken relationships with employees, especially teachers, while stoking a...
  • Why the poor pay sky-high interest rates for trappings of middle-class life

    The love seat and sofa that Jamie Abbott can't quite afford ended up in her double-wide trailer because of the day earlier this year when she and her family walked into a new store called Buddy's. Abbott had no access to credit, no bank account and little...
  • Apple busca impulsar débil crecimiento de las tabletas

    Apple busca impulsar débil crecimiento de las tabletas
    SEATTLE - Apple Inc presentaría nuevos modelos más finos y potentes del iPad el jueves de cara a la temporada de fiestas, pero podría enfrentar obstáculos entre los consumidores de tabletas pues el mercado ya cuenta con varios dispositivos similares. La...
  • Deasy slams teachers unions, speaks of regrets

    Deasy slams teachers unions,  speaks of regrets
    Days after stepping down as Los Angeles schools chief, John Deasy acknowledged he should have worked harder to improve relations with the school board but also criticized the teachers union for making it difficult to improve the district. Deasy resigned...
  • University High students try food truck fare at school

    University High students try food truck fare at school
    More than 200 University High School students lined up Friday when a food truck visited their campus at lunch time. But it wasn't a typical food truck -- it was one run by the school district's Food and Nutrition Services department as a mobile...
  • The public is still owed an accounting on John Deasy's iPad emails

    The public is still owed an accounting on John Deasy's iPad emails
    Will the public eventually find out the truth regarding the question-raising emails between John Deasy and the two companies that won the contract to provide iPads to students in the Los Angeles Unified School District? The terms of the separation...
  • Apple event: iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3 and new iMacs announced

    CUPERTINO, Calif. Apple showed off new iPads on Thursday morning, confirming the release of the iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 at an event on the company's campus, while adding new iMacs and a Mac Mini. "What do you do when you make the best tablet in the...
  • No surprises at Apple's unveiling of iPad Air 2 and Retina 5K display

    Apple's Phil Schiller may have put it best when, more than an hour into the company's media event Thursday, he said there was yet another "small update" to share. Because that's essentially what the 80-minute presentation boiled down to: a series of...
  • LAUSD Supt. John Deasy's resignation is no cause for celebration

    LAUSD Supt. John Deasy's resignation is no cause for celebration
    For years before John Deasy took over as superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District, administrators there agonized about high truancy rates and large numbers of dropouts. But the problems seemed close to intractable; change, for the most...