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  • Things to know for Monday

    Things to know for Monday
    More than a dozen firefighters in Arizona died this weekend, political demonstrations in Brazil were suppressed by more than 10,000 troops, and Egypt is seeing resurgent political demonstrations of its own. Welcome to your post-weekend trends report for...
  • With 'Big Tiger' caught, Chinese media can finally name its prey

    BEIJING (Reuters) - "Big Tiger" is gone. "Master Kang" has disappeared. The various euphemisms Chinese media have used to describe a once powerful domestic security tsar are no longer necessary, after the Communist Party announced on Tuesday that it...
  • Pro-democracy marchers fill streets in Hong Kong

    Pro-democracy marchers fill streets in Hong Kong
    Braving heat and rain showers, and hoisting signs with slogans such as “Universal suffrage!” marchers filled the streets of Hong Kong on Tuesday to press for greater democracy in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory. Demonstrators packed...
  • Hong Kong activists push democracy through polling

    BEIJING Hong Kong's 3.5 million registered voters are making a statement that they want ballot choices in 2017. China's Communist Party is making a statement it wants to control those choices. Those entrenched positions are clashing this week as Hong...
  • Ashley Dunn - Assistant Managing Editor, California

    Ashley Dunn - Assistant Managing Editor, California
    Ashley Dunn was named assistant managing editor in charge of California news in March 2011. He oversees the Los Angeles Times' largest group of editors and reporters, who cover the length and breadth of the state. The staff has won numerous awards,...
  • Hong Kong brothers go on trial in 'Transformers' extortion case

    Hong Kong brothers go on trial in 'Transformers' extortion case
    BEIJING -- Two Hong Kong brothers accused of attempting to extort about $12,800 from the crew filming Michael Bay’s “Transformers: Age of Extinction” last year went on trial Tuesday in the Chinese territory. Mak Chi-shing, 27, and...
  • How to not win friends and influence lovers, Shanghai edition

    How to not win friends and influence lovers, Shanghai edition
    Now this is spite raised to an art form. As long as my colleagues are posting unconventional love-related stories on Valentine’s Day, this one might as well get some play too: A Shanghai man whose romance dissolved last year decided to spread...
  • Hong Kong journalist slashed amid concerns of eroding media freedoms

    Hong Kong journalist slashed amid concerns of eroding media freedoms
    BEIJING -- A recently dismissed Hong Kong newspaper editor was hospitalized in critical condition Wednesday after assailants wounded him in the back and leg and fled on a motorbike. The assault on Kevin Lau, whose removal as editor of the Ming Pao daily...
  • Zhou Yongkang, the Chinese ex-official not on everyone's lips

    Zhou Yongkang, the Chinese ex-official not on everyone's lips
    BEIJING — In J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter books, few dare to speak the name of the evil Lord Voldemort. Lately, Chinese politics has had its own "He Who Must Not Be Named" or "You Know Who": the former domestic security czar, Zhou Yongkang. Zhou...
  • Malaysian military: Missing jet veered far off course in last hour

    Malaysian military: Missing jet veered far off course in last hour
    The Malaysia Airlines flight missing since Saturday had veered hundreds of miles off its flight path by the time of its last radar tracking and appeared to be flying in the opposite direction from its intended destination of Beijing, Malaysian military...
  • Painting may have been tossed in trash just after selling for millions

    Painting may have been tossed in trash just after selling for millions
    The security guard is an art critic? A painting that recently sold at auction in Hong Kong for about $3.7 million is feared to have been thrown out in the trash, according to reports from China.  "Snowy Mountain" by contemporary Chinese artist Cui...
  • A turn, a snap, a fall: Signatures of the stars

    A turn, a snap, a fall: Signatures of the stars
    Jack Nicholson called them "Dernsies." At least, he did when referring to Bruce Dern, the "Nebraska" star who appeared in the 1971 film "Drive, He Said," which Nicholson directed. So what are "Dernsies"? "It's not something I set out to do and not...