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  • This is what $245 million looks like

     
    The U.S. Coast GuardÂ?this week announced the Dec. 2Â?seizure of more than two tons of cocaine from a vessel in the Gulf of Mexico. AÂ?special forces team operating from the USS Oak HillÂ?discovered more than two tons of cocaine duringÂ...
  • Mistrial declared in L.A. fetish film producer's obscenity case

     
    A mistrial has been declared in the federal obscenity trial of Los Angeles fetish film producer and distributor Ira Isaacs after jurors deadlocked on charges that he produced, sold and transported obscene material....
  • Islamic rebel group claims responsibility for Nigerian prison break

     
    Nigerian militants Boko Haram free 119 inmates in jail break: Heavily armed gunmen on motorbikes stormed a Nigerian prison, blew open the front gate and freed 119 inmates, authorities said Thursday. Islamic rebel goup, Boko Haram, claimed responsibility...
  • Must Reads: Deadly fire and a political star who lived in a cave

     
    From a deadly prison fire in Honduras to the Chinese political star who lived nearly seven years in a cave, here are five stories not to miss from this week....
  • See the world: Sri Lankan protesters slammed with water cannons

     
    Every day on World Now, we highlight a photo from somewhere in the world. Today our photo comes from Sri Lanka, where fishermen and Maoist opposition groups are protesting increases in fuel prices. Protests have raged in the South Asian island nation...
  • Nigerian gunmen free 119 inmates in prison break

     
    Heavily armed gunmen on motorbikes stormed a Nigerian prison, blew open the front gate and freed 119 inmates, authorities said Thursday....
  • Budget cuts: L.A. County court system to lay off 350 employees

     
    The Los Angeles County Court system is expected to lay off some 350 employees in June and "restructure" more than 50 courtrooms because of deep cuts in court funding by the state, according to a memo obtained Tuesday by the the Times....
  • Downey woman sentenced to federal prison for wire fraud

     
    A Downey woman has been sentenced to nearly five years in federal prison for running a scheme that collected $1 million from investors who believed their money was paying for Christian rock concerts and real estate investments....
  • L.A. mayor candidate Perry claims corruption in redistricting fight

     
    L.A. mayoral candidate Jan Perry sent out a sharply worded campaign email laced with accusations of corruption on Tuesday. But she wasn’t attacking City Councilman Eric Garcetti, City Controller Wendy Greuel or any of her other opponents in next...
  • Man killed in Honduras prison fire was deported despite court stay

     
    Los Angeles immigration agents are reviewing why a Honduran man who died in a massive prison fire was sent back to his native country weeks after receiving a stay of deportation....
  • Are immigrants deported despite court orders halting their removal?

     
    Nelson Javier Avila Lopez was deported by the U.S. to Honduras in October despite a court order barring his removal. Now it turns out that Lopez, 20, was among the estimated 360 trapped inmates killed in a massive Honduran prison......
  • Columnist: Immigrant rights community must react to Mexico migrant massacre

     
    The massacre in Mexico of 72 migrants bound for the U.S. should be met with outrage and introspection by immigrant-rights groups, but has so far been met mostly with silence, Hector Tobar argues in a Thursday column in The Times. The columnist writes that...