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  • TV Review: 'O.J.: Trial of the Century'

    Television commemorates a lot of arbitrary anniversaries, but 20 years since the start of the O.J. Simpson trial -- given how vivid many of those moments remain -- does seem particularly resonant, if jarring. Investigation Discovery has done the milestone...
  • Letter: The tree canopy makes LCF special

    We stand with Larry Moss in support of La Cañada trees! The trees of La Cañada are such an integral part of our lives that we often overlook them. I will never forget the smoky, anxious days of the “Rodney King riots” in 1992, leaving...
  • Retired L.A. County judge admonished again for comments made to lawyers

    A recently retired Los Angeles County Superior Court judge who once ordered an attorney to leave the courtroom and go across the street to a law library to research an issue has been publicly admonished by a state panel for the second time in his career....
  • Donald Sterling, Jay Z find that private space is open to scandal

    Celebrities once landed in hot water when they ventured out into the world, escaping their families or handlers. Hugh Grant was arrested on a side street near Sunset Boulevard, Mel Gibson  after a night of drinking in Malibu. Institutions often revealed...
  • County leaders get proposal for civilian panel to oversee sheriff

    County leaders get proposal for civilian panel to oversee sheriff
    Los Angeles County supervisors received a proposed blueprint Monday for a civilian oversight commission that would monitor the Sheriff's Department and its troubled jail system. Offered by an activist group known as the Coalition to End Sheriff Violence...
  • What L.A.'s inspectors general need to succeed

    What L.A.'s inspectors general need to succeed
    It's becoming a Los Angeles tradition: Whenever a law enforcement agency gets into trouble, a special commission is convened and a recommendation is made to hire an inspector general. Elected officials follow the recommendation and the inspector general...
  • Film Review: 'Greencard Warriors'

    Uncle Sam wants you, but not quite enough to give you your citizenship. At least that's the message imparted by "Greencard Warriors," a well-meaning but leaden and predictable inner-city drama about the hardscrabble lives of Mexican illegals trying to...
  • Robert L. Brosio dies at 77; retired federal prosecutor

    Robert L. Brosio dies at 77; retired federal prosecutor
    Robert L. Brosio, a retired federal prosecutor who supervised high-profile cases that included those against bank swindler Charles Keating Jr. and Los Angeles police officers who were involved in the beating of Rodney King, has died. He was 77. Brosio,...
  • Harvey J. Fields dies at 78; rabbi led Wilshire Boulevard Temple

    Harvey J. Fields dies at 78; rabbi led Wilshire Boulevard Temple
    Rabbi Harvey J. Fields, who for 18 years presided over Los Angeles' oldest synagogue, Wilshire Boulevard Temple, and was prominent in interfaith efforts to mend race relations after the 1992 riots, died Thursday at his home in Beverly Hills. He was 78....
  • Getting a read on the city with Edward W. Soja's 'My Los Angeles'

    Getting a read on the city with Edward W. Soja's 'My Los Angeles'
    When people say that Los Angeles is hard to read, as they often do, they're usually not talking about books. They're talking about the city itself or rather the megalopolis, made up of dozens of cities. It is this sprawling, tangled, confusing,...
  • To reform the Sheriff's Dept., look to the LAPD

    To reform the Sheriff's Dept., look to the LAPD
    The recent resignation of Sheriff Lee Baca presents a much-needed opportunity for meaningful, lasting and long-overdue reform of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. The federal indictments in December of 18 former and current sheriff's deputies...
  • John Corrigan - Assistant Managing Editor, Arts & Entertainment

    John Corrigan - Assistant Managing Editor, Arts & Entertainment
    John Corrigan is the assistant managing editor for Arts and Entertainment, leading one of the Los Angeles Times’ largest editorial departments in its coverage of film, television, culture, music, media and the fine arts. Corrigan has worked at The...