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  • California GOP sees Democrats Newsom and Harris as sitting pretty

    Republicans trying to unseat Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom and Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris share a common complaint: The two Democrats are so confident of reelection that they're already laying ground to run for governor in 2018. "She's looking right past us,"...
  • To combat truancy, California should follow Compton's lead

    To combat truancy, California should follow Compton's lead
    How to improve California's education system is a challenge that has long divided state and local elected officials, education advocates, teachers and parents. One thing is certain, however: No solution to our schools' problems will make an ounce of...
  • California attorney general to audit San Diego Opera

    California attorney general to audit San Diego Opera
    The office of the California attorney general is launching an audit of San Diego Opera, the company said on Tuesday, a day after the company announced it has reversed its decision to close and will have a 2015 season. Opera officials said they...
  • Kamala Harris for attorney general

    Six challengers stand in the way — barely — of California Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris as she seeks a second term. Several of them are, to be kind, colorful; one or two may have political futures. One will wind up on the Nov. 4 general election...
  • Southland grocery workers ratify new labor contract, avoid strike

    Southland grocery workers ratify new labor contract, avoid strike
    Southern California grocery workers ratified a new labor contract with grocery chains Vons, Ralphs and Albertsons, avoiding the possibility of a crippling strike. Rick Icaza, president of the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 770, said the 60,000...
  • Newly reborn San Diego Opera now facing state audit

    Newly reborn San Diego Opera now facing state audit
    Having announced this week that it had reversed its decision to close its doors, the newly reborn San Diego Opera faces another challenge on its road to recovery: an investigation by the California attorney general. The opera said it had received a...
  • How Justice Scalia could become the savior of public employee unions

    How Justice Scalia could become the savior of public employee unions
    Organized labor is on tenterhooks these days over a pending Supreme Court ruling that could spell life or death for public employee unions. What makes this a man-bites-dog story is the identity of the man who might save public employee unions from...
  • Laurie David on Food Expose 'Fed Up': 'I Just Hope It Helps People'

    "Fed Up" narrator and executive producer Katie Couric didn't make the L.A. premiere Thursday as she was getting ready for a barrage of media appearances for the film this week in New York. But exec producer Laurie David and director Stephanie Soechtig...
  • Chumash have political backer in fight with Santa Barbara County

    Chumash have political backer in fight with Santa Barbara County
    Considering how much money may be at stake, it was inevitable that the increasingly nasty fight between a Santa Barbara Indian tribe and its neighbors over a big parcel of undeveloped land would attract outside interest. Enter Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-...
  • June 3 primary election: The Times recommends

    June 3 primary election: The Times recommends
    The Times has offered its recommendations in many of the races in the June 3 elections and has posted them at latimes.com/endorsements. We endorse selectively, and this year have focused on the county and statewide races, on judicial elections, and on the...
  • Beck mourns loss of LAPD officer; 'today the grief is different'

    Beck mourns loss of LAPD officer; 'today the grief is different'
    For the third time in two months, hundreds of police officers filled a downtown Los Angeles cathedral Wednesday morning to bid an emotional farewell to an LAPD officer killed in a car crash. L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti, Police Chief Charlie Beck and...
  • More scrutiny for UCLA's School of Medicine

    More scrutiny for UCLA's School of Medicine
    In the wake of a $10-million payout to a whistleblower, UCLA's School of Medicine is drawing more scrutiny over its financial ties to industry and the possibility that they compromised patient care. A new study in this month's Journal of the American...