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  • New independent fundraising group backing Garcetti

     
    This post has been corrected. See below for details. Supporters of Los Angeles mayoral candidate Eric Garcetti are launching an independent campaign to raise and spend money on his behalf in an effort to even the playing field with his......
  • Dorner manhunt: Mayoral candidates want probe of ex-cop's claims about LAPD

     
    City Councilman Eric Garcetti said trouble with racism among officers had diminished in recent years. “That doesn’t mean that it’s a perfect department or that things can’t get worse,” he said. He promised to ensure “an...
  • No rest for mayoral hopeful Eric Garcetti, who's ready for a runoff

     
    L.A. mayoral candidate Eric Garcetti wasn’t carrying any lucky charms when he went to vote Tuesday morning in Silver Lake, but he said he was ready to launch the next phase of the campaign — his expected runoff with City......
  • Has Perez Hilton gone soft since becoming a father?

     
    Most people think of Perez Hilton as a pesky celebrity blogger with a sharp tongue and edgy sense of humor. But Hilton, whose real name is Mario Lavandeira, has also been at the center of some profound cultural and ethical......
  • 'Tonight Show' leaving Burbank; mayor threatens hunger strike?

     
    Burbank is not just sitting back and letting NBC move its signature tourist attraction back to New York City after 40 years. It’s fighting back. “I am going on a hunger strike,” Burbank Mayor Dave Golonski said this afternoon. “I&#...
  • Disneyland doesn't want to be your nanny -- and shouldn't be

     
    How many years has it been since parents let their kids roam freely around the neighborhood in Southern California? Two decades? Three? How bizarre, then, to read Wednesday morning that Disneyland has just stopped allowing parents to ditch -- I......
  • Hey, Jimmy Fallon -- Burbank isn't good enough for you?

     
    It may be the end of an era, but does anyone really care whether “The Tonight Show” stays in Burbank? According to the Times’ Joe Flint, after Jay Leno retires sometime in the next couple of years, his planned successor,......
  • Military sex crime record should bring shame

    Maybe, in the end, we will thank Lt. Col. Jeffrey Krusinksi, head of the Air Force’s Sexual Assault Prevention Unit, who was arrested on suspicion of sexual battery early Sunday after a woman reported he drunkenly approached her in a parking lot and...
  • Democrats Seize On Candidate's Pregnancy, Rape Comments

    Democrats Seize On Candidate's Pregnancy, Rape Comments
    WASHINGTON -- In an election that increasingly is a battle for women's votes, the Obama campaign seized on a provocative claim about abortion and rape by a Republican Senate candidate in Indiana, arguing that it shows Mitt Romney does not support women'...
  • As clock ticks on election day, a final push in Ohio

    As clock ticks on election day, a final push in Ohio
    It’s up to the voters now. After a bitter presidential campaign that lasted a seeming eternity, was financed from a bottomless well of partisan cash and remained tight until the very end, election day dawned across a country that may be divided...
  • Paul Ryan runs well-oiled fundraising machine

    Paul Ryan runs well-oiled fundraising machine
    WASHINGTON — Rep. Paul D. Ryan has cultivated his "affable wonk" persona into an effective moneymaker, winning over CEOs and K Street lobbyists to build a fundraising machine that has boosted his standing on Capitol Hill and helped make him one of...
  • Money is on the unofficial agenda at the Republican National Convention

    Money is on the unofficial agenda at the Republican National Convention
    TAMPA, Fla. — A little more than a year ago, Frank VanderSloot contributed $1million to a "super PAC" supporting Mitt Romney. Now, the Idaho-based health products executive is a sought-after donor at the Republican National Convention as he makes...