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L.A. Times Tech BlogThe American Civil Liberties Union is bringing its heavy artillery to bear on the mobile location privacy debate. The civil advocacy group has coordinated 34 of its offices to send 375 public records requests to police and law enforcement agencies......
The Hartford CourantWhen Gov. Dannel P. Malloy took the oath of office in January as the first Democratic governor in 20 years, he vowed that things would be different. And they were. For the first time in recent years, the state legislature finished the budget and tax...
Party time again: Michelle Obama explains the Angela Merkel state dinner for you guys without invitesTop of the TicketGermany's leader is feted at the Obamas' fourth White House State Dinner. With full guest list....
Rahm Emanuel plans to return to the White House on Friday morning, his first visit since he was elected mayor of Chicago on Feb. 22. He's scheduled to meet in the Oval Office with his former boss, President Barack Obama, and plans to spend some time...
WASHINGTON—Susan Sher, until last week the top aide to Michelle Obama, hits the road Sunday for Chicago. She heads to a place she's called home for 40 years with mixed reviews of the capital, no plans beyond some R & R in the Caribbean and enough...
— Occidental College professor Roger Boesche said his class on European political thought late last week was unremarkable. His students apparently were unaware their teacher had received the ultimate endorsement: The president of the United...
Tags: Barack Obama, Elections, Los Angeles, Politics, Arts and Culture
WASHINGTON — Does President Barack Obama's appointment of William Daley as his new chief of staff keep the White House perilously top-heavy with Chicagoans? Grover Norquist, the president of Americans for Tax Reform, thinks so. "If everybody...
Tags: Georgia, California, William Daley, John F. Kennedy, White House
A cynic might be justified in seeing a call for a sweeping reorganization of the federal government as the last refuge of a politician who doesn't want to ruffle any ideological feathers. For example, President Barack Obama could have used last week's...
— A changing of the senior guard takes place Monday at the White House as a new management team takes over and David Axelrod, President Barack Obama's confidant and longtime political strategist, returns home to Chicago. Axelrod's next assignment...
Tags: Barack Obama, Elections, Politics, Medical Services, White House
It's shaping up to be a busy few days for Chicago sports fans in Washington this week. Wednesday night, President Barack Obama was set to host the Illinois and North Carolina congressional delegations for a party to watch the Bulls take on the...
Experts will field questions on common sleep mistakes. Myth: Watching TV in my bedroom and working on my laptop in bed helps me wind down and fall asleep. Fact: Doing work, watching TV and using the computer, both close to bedtime and especially in...
Tags: Heart Disease, Obesity, Shelton, Physical Conditions, Insomnia
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHollywood's chief lobbying arm and federal trade officials are laying the groundwork for negotiations with China that could substantially increase the number of American films allowed in the country -- a long-sought goal of the major studios....
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