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L.A. NOWGov. Arnold Schwarzenegger made an unannounced stop at a San Francisco Democratic Party gala Wednesday night -- and wasn???t exactly greeted with open arms. When the Republican governor took the podium and began to speak, San Francisco Assemblyman Tom...
The Swampby Mark Silva "You lie,'' the lawmaker yelled at the executive. Sound familiar? So may the executive's response: A common, if rough, insult ending with "you.'' But this is not what you may think it is. This is a reported......
Top of the TicketGay rights has made strides, but also suffered setback, in an uneven political year....
Top of the TicketCapsule version and full text of Republican's final State of the State address, warning of more cuts....
Opinion L.A.When Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman laid out her plan in April for salvaging California's public pension system, she blamed her Democratic opponent, Atty. Gen. Jerry Brown, for planting the seeds for the crisis when he was governor in...
Jack Tatum, the storied Oakland Raiders safety best known for landing the hit that paralyzed New England receiver Darryl Stingley, has died. He was 61. Tatum, among the most feared and respected NFL players of his era, died of a heart attack Tuesday...
The Swampby Mark Silva Republican Sen.-elect Scott Brown of Massachusetts wasn't the only one having a big night Tuesday. FOX News had its best night since the presidential election of 2008. Nearly 7 million viewers were watching when FOX made its......
Tags: News Media, Massachusetts, NPR, Bill O'Reilly , San Francisco
L.A. NOWLos Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s all-expenses-paid vacation to South Africa last July, provided by the group Academy of Achievement, was valued at $17,346 -- topping the list of gifts he received in 2009, city records show. During his trip to......
WARNING: THE column you are about to read is hot. Real hot. McDonald's-drive-through-scalding-coffee-see-you-in-court hot. Given the state of the world, which erodes almost daily because of the seemingly unlimited ineptitude of certain politicians, steamy...
Times Staff WritersSACRAMENTO — In his first six weeks as the Democratic candidate for governor, Phil Angelides has struggled to define a clear campaign message and been outspent and often outmaneuvered by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. This weekend, the state...
Tags: Primaries, Unions, San Francisco, Elections, Pete Wilson
Tribune staff reporterA paving contractor pleaded guilty Tuesday to making cash payoffs to Hired Truck crews to fraudulently obtain city-owned asphalt for use in private paving projects. Eddie Miller admitted in federal court in Chicago that between 2002 and 2004 he bought at...
SACRAMENTO IS a suburb of Los Angeles. Nothing drives home that point more than a walk through Terminal A at Burbank's Bob Hope Airport at the start of the workweek, where you can see a host of L.A. lawmakers — and lobbyists, political lawyers,...
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