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Janet Napolitano

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  • Obama lauds Janet Napolitano as she leaves Cabinet to run UC system

    Obama lauds Janet Napolitano as she leaves Cabinet to run UC system
    President Obama on Friday thanked Janet Napolitano for her four years of service as Homeland Security secretary and credited her with helping make the country safer before wishing her well in her new role as president of the University of California...
  • Asiana: Bay Area TV station apologizes for racist pilot names

    Bay Area television station KTVU incorrectly reported the names of the pilots flying the ill-fated Asiana Airlines Flight 214 using racially insensitive monikers. The segment on Friday at noon that referred to two of the pilots as "Captain Sum Ting...
  • Garcetti picks former rival Kevin James for public works board

    Garcetti picks former rival Kevin James for public works board
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Friday named former rival Kevin James, who placed third in the March 5 primary election, to serve on the powerful Board of Public Works. James, a Republican radio host who campaigned aggressively for Garcetti in the...
  • UCLA 'Dreamers' express dismay at choice of Napolitano to head UC

    Seth Ronquillo is a fourth-year film and linguistics major at UCLA. He is co-chair of IDEAs, a group for students in the country illegally. Like many immigrant rights activists, he holds Janet Napolitano responsible for the increasing number of...
  • Woman with 'visions' found Menifee boy's body, officials say

    Woman with 'visions' found Menifee boy's body, officials say
    Authorities confirmed Friday that the volunteer citizen who located the body of a missing Menifee boy was Pam Ragland, a woman who says she found the child using her "intuition." The Riverside County Sheriff's Department received a call just before 1 a....
  • Air board may decide fate of L.A.-area beach fire rings today

    Air board may decide fate of L.A.-area beach fire rings today
    The dispute over hundreds of fire rings that blaze nightly on Los Angeles and Orange County beaches has been raging for months, but is expected to come to a head today as the South Coast Air Quality Management District meets to vote on new restrictions....
  • Air quality board adopts first-ever restrictions on beach bonfires

    Air quality board adopts first-ever restrictions on beach bonfires
    Air-quality regulators narrowly approved the first-ever restrictions on beach bonfires that have long been popular along the coast in Los Angeles and Orange counties. The 7-6 vote by the board of the South Coast Air Quality Management District came...
  • Goldberg: The politicization of violence

    Goldberg: The politicization of violence
    If it hasn't completely vanished down the memory hole, you might recall that last week a man walked into the headquarters of the conservative Family Research Council with a backpack of Chick-fil-A sandwiches and bullets, said something like "I don't...
  • McManus: Reshuffling Obama's Cabinet

    McManus: Reshuffling Obama's Cabinet
    "Second terms are hard work," a veteran of the Bill Clinton White House told me Tuesday. "It's a good idea to get some fresh blood in there." But so far, President Obama seems more inclined to simply shuffle the chairs as he reshapes his Cabinet for...
  • Walsh faults 'politically correct' U.S. government in 2009 Fort Hood massacre

    Walsh faults 'politically correct' U.S. government in 2009 Fort Hood massacre
    U.S. Rep. Joe Walsh said that a “politically correct” U.S. government was so fearful of offending Islam that it failed to prevent the Fort Hood massacre. Walsh, a first-term Republican congressman with tea party support, told an audience in...
  • Young Illegal Immigrants Can Seek Deportation Reprieve

    Young Illegal Immigrants Can Seek Deportation Reprieve
    WASHINGTON -- Starting Wednesday, people who arrived in the United States as children and without documentation can apply to work without fear of deportation, the director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services said Tuesday. "This afternoon,...
  • Muslim leader reflects, celebrates as holy month ends

    Muslim leader reflects, celebrates as holy month ends
    For Dr. Zaher Sahloul, the holy month of Ramadan has tested his strength and recharged his spirit. Gathering with thousands of other Muslims in Bridgeview’s Toyota Park on Sunday to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr, a day of prayer and festivities to break...