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  • Feng-shui-friendly Rose Hills cemetery cultivates Chinese clientele

    Feng-shui-friendly Rose Hills cemetery cultivates Chinese clientele
    Bruce Lazenby remembers the spring morning when the management staff of Rose Hills Memorial Park in Whittier gathered in a boardroom, baffled by the events of the weekend. In two days, the cemetery had seen Dodger Stadium-size crowds of Chinese...
  • Zeituni Onyango dies at 61; aunt of Obama gained asylum in U.S.

    Zeituni Onyango, an aunt of President Obama whose bid for asylum in the United States received national attention during her nephew's first campaign for the presidency and contributed to the debate over illegal immigration, died Tuesday in Boston. She was...
  • L.A. County grapples with healthcare for remaining uninsured

    L.A. County grapples with healthcare for remaining uninsured
    One long period of Obamacare hand-wringing in Los Angeles County will end Monday, as the window for residents to enroll in mandatory healthcare coverage comes to a close. But less than 24 hours later, county elected officials will be confronted with...
  • Chan Lowe: Jeb Bush, illegal immigration, and "act of love"

    Chan Lowe: Jeb Bush, illegal immigration, and "act of love"
    Those unfamiliar with the three-dimensional chess of presidential politics could say that Jeb stepped in it with his “Illegal immigration is an act of love” comment. But Jeb — the smarter brother — is crazy like a fox. Rush...
  • Jeb Bush, GOP's best choice for 2016

    Jeb Bush, GOP's best choice for 2016
    If Republicans want someone who can win the White House, they should pull out the stops and make sure Jeb Bush runs for president in 2016. Florida's former governor won't say whether he's running, though all indications are that he is. He's making...
  • The price of being black and bright in 2014

    Congratulations, Kwasi Enin. You're a 17-year-old Long Island, N.Y., high school student who applied to all eight of the nation's elite Ivy League colleges — and received acceptance letters from each one of them! For this astounding feat, you...
  • L.A. County sheriff candidates praise, fault Lee Baca

    L.A. County sheriff candidates praise, fault Lee Baca
    Six candidates running for Los Angeles County sheriff squared off in the latest election debate late Tuesday but found common ground in both praising retired Sheriff Lee Baca as well as criticizing his response to department scandals. The complex view...
  • The GOP's 2016 handicap -- immigration

    In case you missed it, here's what former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush had to say last week when asked about people who come to America illegally to make better lives: "Yes, they broke the law, but it's not a felony. It's an act of love. It's an act of...
  • Jeb Bush for president? He actually has a chance

    "The notion that Jeb Bush is going to be the Republican presidential nominee is a fantasy nourished by the people who used to run the Republican Party," writes Ben Smith of BuzzFeed. The former governor of Florida, who over the weekend said that he...
  • Donnelly doesn't fear fallout from 2006 speech

    Donnelly doesn't fear fallout from 2006 speech
    SACRAMENTO — Republican candidate for governor Tim Donnelly on Tuesday brushed off concerns that his 2006 speech comparing illegal immigration to war would hurt his chances of winning over Latino voters. "I have more support from Latinos than most...
  • In 2006 speech, Tim Donnelly compared illegal immigration to war

    Comparing illegal immigration to a war that threatened the United States' future, GOP gubernatorial candidate Tim Donnelly once exhorted citizens to rise and join his fight to stop people from crossing the border, according to audio of a speech he gave in...