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  • L.A.'s May Day Rally Draws Nation's Largest Crowd

    L.A.'s May Day Rally Draws Nation's Largest Crowd
    LOS ANGELES -- Tens of thousands of marchers crossed downtown and rallied at Los Angeles City Hall Saturday to urge immigration reform. The event was the largest May Day rally in the nation. Authorities unofficially estimated the turnout to be between...
  • The holy war over Kathleen Sebelius

    The holy war over Kathleen Sebelius
    When Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius this week vetoed another in the seemingly unending series of restrictive abortion bills her state's Legislature churns out, it guaranteed that her confirmation as secretary of Health and Human Services would become a...
  • A look at the nine Christmas Eve shooting victims

    A look at the nine Christmas Eve shooting victims
    More than 1,500 mourners turned out this morning for the funeral of nine family members killed during a Christmas Eve shooting rampage. Cardinal Roger Mahony and Covina Police Chief Kim Raney were among those who attended the 10 a.m. Mass at the Holy...
  • Letters to the editor

    People make traffic worse Re "Isolated in our cars, but suffering together," June 8 Very good article on congestion in L.A. But did you notice that many of the people highlighted in the article contribute, in his or her own way, to the congestion?...
  • Dark charges from Mahony's inner circle

    Dark charges from Mahony's inner circle
    If you've got rosary beads handy, please say a prayer for the leader of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Last week was not a good one for Cardinal Roger Mahony, and there may be no letup in weeks to come if a certain monsignor continues to testify in a...
  • Is The Times really dying?

    Today's question: Are predictions of the L.A. Times' death exaggerated, given that the paper still makes a lot of money, draws millions of readers and has a major impact on the region? Click here to read the entire week's exchange between Cooper and Frey....
  • Why a liberal Catholic is embarrassed

    In his recent L.A. Times article, "None So Blind," Jason Berry describes Chicago's Cardinal Francis George, who is about to assume leadership of the U.S. Council of Catholic Bishops, as arrogant and callous. But George's character and attitudes are not...
  • Does the Mahony probe have a prayer?

    Does the Mahony probe have a prayer?
    After news broke last week that a federal grand jury is investigating Cardinal Roger M. Mahony, some legal experts questioned the U.S. attorney's strategy. The move was unlikely to result in a prosecution, they said, and was a little like throwing a...
  • Church still unreformed

    Sister Sheila McNiff's recent Op-Ed article "Tallying church abuse" is nothing more than the Archdiocese of Los Angeles' latest attempt to have the laity and public simply trust that the church will protect children placed in its care. Sister Sheila...
  • 'Nos separaron, nos encerraron'

    'Nos separaron, nos encerraron'
    Magdalena y Rosa narran con lujo de detalles lo que fue vivir una redada de agentes de la Oficina de Control de InmigraciĆ³n de Aduanas (ICE) de Estados Unidos. Ellas no dieron sus apellidos porque el hecho sucediĆ³ apenas hace cuatro meses en la planta...
  • Cardinal Mahony to attend funeral for El Monte educator slain in Mexico

     
    Los Angeles Cardinal Roger Mahony will attend the funeral and burial services Thursday for Agustin Roberto "Bobby" Salcedo, the El Monte school official killed last week while visiting Mexico. The private services will begin with a funeral Mass at...
  • Alleged abuses at L.A. carwashes detailed at hearing

     
    A City Hall panel including Cardinal Roger Mahony heard from witnesses today about alleged abuses in the Los Angeles carwash industry, which has been targeted by the U.S. labor movement in a major organizing drive. Several former carwash employees told......