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Archive for April 25th, 2018
Officials arrested former police officer Joseph James DeAngelo, who they believe to be the notorious rapist and murderer. He has been charged with eight counts of murder
Students still learning English in the L.A. Unified School District are becoming proficient in their new language at record levels. Statewide, the numbers are also up.
President Donald Trump's personal attorney says he will exercise his constitutional right against self-incrimination in a lawsuit brought by a porn actress who said she had an affair with Trump.
It came down to freedom of speech, according to Fresno State President Joseph Castro. He noted Randa Jarrar made the remarks in a "private capacity," even as he called her conduct an embarrassment.
Detailed new allegations surfaced Wednesday against Dr. Ronny Jackson, President Trump's pick to lead the VA. The White House is defending Jackson, who wants a chance to clear his name.
Scientists are growing increasingly large and sophisticated clusters of human brain cells. Ethicists are now wondering what to do if these minibrains start thinking.
A federal court filing says both sides will bear their own attorneys' fees, but gives no other details on whether a settlement was reached.
In Sierra Leone, there are about 4,000 Ebola survivors. They still face physical and mental issues, but as Ebola has faded from the news, government support has dwindled.
Funds in the Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund are at risk because the World Bank is not adequately monitoring how they are used. The U.S. has contributed $3 billion to the fund.
A bill pending in the State senate would make it easier for utilities to pass on to ratepayers the costs of wildfires their equipment cause.
The U.S. District Court judge put his decision on hold for 90 days to give the Department of Homeland Security time to provide a better explanation as to why the program is unlawful.
LA's mayor is among those supporting an initiative to lift state limitations on rent control. Will it stem sky-high housing costs — or discourage future building?
The court will consider Hawaii's challenge to the revised travel ban. At issue: whether officials can block entry of those from certain Muslim-majority countries.
There were no blog entries published on this date.
According to reports, just a few minutes before driving his van into a Toronto sidewalk, Alex Minassian wrote a Facebook post praising the Isla Vista mass shooter and paying tribute to the “Incel Rebellion.”
Why research suggests bosses who make jokes in the workplace could be encouraging subordinates to break the rules| April 25 2018, 9:55 AM
Most would probably agree that working for a boss who has a sense of humor is preferable to working for one who doesn't.
President Donald Trump appears likely to win his travel ban case at the Supreme Court.
An activist group announced the launch of a statewide campaign Tuesday asking Latinos not to collaborate with local law enforcement.
Artificial intelligence is already being used in courtrooms, children’s toys and, of course, labs… but it turns out it may be used in your workplace it, too.
"It's amazing when you think about it that they managed to make a movie at all."
Final word on DACA will determine for many local students if they can attend school in the fall. It may also influence how Democrats do in the next election.
Ranjana Kishore comes from a part of southern India that's vibrant with colors. When she visited Pasadena for the first time, she was taken aback by how stunning it could be, too.
Even people who don't speak Cantonese or Mandarin are getting these calls, which claim to come from the Chinese Consulate.
Never fear, your favorite shows aren't going away, but big changes could be in store for local public television.
His new book spans over half a century of images capturing two very different visions of Los Angeles, from pop culture icons to social activists.
The school's expansive music program has a salsa band that reflects the institute's growing Latino student population.