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  • Justice by chokehold

    Justice by chokehold
    There are outrages in life so horrible that choking someone might be a reasonable response. For instance, a chokehold might be appropriate for an extremely bad dancer at a nightclub or that annoying woman who keeps talking too loudly on her Bluetooth on...
  • Restaurant review: M.B. Post delivers

    Restaurant review: M.B. Post delivers
    The concrete walls of the new M.B. Post (short for Manhattan Beach Post) are stenciled with giant faded postmarks beneath a barrel-vaulted ceiling. The design by Stephen Francis Jones of SF Jones Architects plays off the fact that from the '50s through...
  • Crazy fight breaks out in Afghanistan Parliament

    Crazy fight breaks out in Afghanistan Parliament
    Let's see: Our Wisconsin Supreme Court is choking each other. Our New Jersey lawmakers are threatening to punch each other in the head. But when it comes to crazy fights in government, we're still way behind Afghanistan.  At least the fight in their...
  • Market climate warms for house hunters

    Market climate warms for house hunters
    Traditionally, spring is when prospective homebuyers come out of hibernation and begin the hunt for their next residence. But with the economy still in flux, budget battles raging in Washington and a housing market on shaky ground, many house hunters...
  • From the archive: A mother's heartbreak

    In the front window of a modest brick two-flat on Chicago's West Side hangs a handmade sign with fading pictures of a smiling 15-year-old Yasmin Acree that says "we miss u." The honor student and kind of girl who made her bed every morning and hung out...
  • Waste throws wrench into Los Angeles community colleges' massive project

    Waste throws wrench into Los Angeles community colleges' massive project
    The effects of decades of neglect were all too visible at the nine far-flung campuses. Roofs leaked. Furniture was decrepit. Seismic protections were outdated. In 2001, leaders of the Los Angeles Community College District decided to take action. With...
  • Patt Morrison Asks: U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis

    Patt Morrison Asks: U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis
    Ahigh school counselor in La Puente once told Hilda Solis' mother that the girl really ought to forget about college and become a secretary. Well, so she has. Hilda Solis is the U.S. secretary of Labor. The daughter of factory workers and ardent union...
  • Moonshine's profile rises in Los Angeles bars

    Moonshine's profile rises in Los Angeles bars
    Moonshine is having its day in the sun. Once a back-road country cousin, it is taking on a new life as a city slicker. And now that it's out of the barn and into the bar, mixologists at tony drinking dens are experimenting with moonshine, and spirit...
  • What Barack Obama's really saying at all these cross-country stops to collect money

     
    Full text of a new Obama fundraiser speech to see the president's concerns and political priorities for the fall....
  • Egg recall expands; several California stores affected

     
    Wright County Egg of Galt, Iowa, one of the largest egg producers in the country, has recalled at least 228 million eggs connected to a salmonella outbreak that sickened hundreds of people across the nation, including as many as 266......
  • New proposal could bring endangered whooping cranes back to their old Louisiana stomping grounds

     
    NEW ORLEANS — The whooping crane -- one of the world's most endangered birds and one of the first animals on the U.S. endangered list -- could be back in Louisiana's wetlands as early as February under a U.S. Fish......