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Archive for February 3rd, 2013
A Super Bowl ad produced by a group backed by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg uses old video of the NRA chief calling for limited background checks.
Leon Panetta has split his life on two coasts: his home in California and his work in Washington. He reflects on years of service as he prepares to leave his job.
A bizarre post-Beyoncé blackout delayed Super Bowl 47 in New Orleans.
A former priest and suspected child molester who left the Los Angeles Archdiocese to work for the LA Unified School District has been dismissed from his new job.
Wildlife officials say a unique, slow-growing, long-living lizard found only on the Channel Islands may get a change in status under the Endangered Species Act.
Tracks in that area are owned and operated by Metrolink, the local commuter rail agency that shares lines with Amtrak on the Los Angeles-San Diego rail corridor.
A letter from Archbishop Gomez describing the newly-released clergy sex abuse files as "terribly sad and evil," was read at Catholic churches around L.A. on Sunday.
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