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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe 411 on the 395 U.S. 395 covers about 1,300 miles, from California through parts of Nevada to Oregon and Washington state. 1895: A 14,000-mile network of roads — including what would be bits of 395 — is recommended to the California...
Cecilia Rasmussen's fine Nov. 11 story about the Drye family's noble personal fight against racist post-war housing covenants in Los Angeles begs an obvious Cold Copy question: What did the L.A. Times itself editorialize about the xenophobic, racist and...
Today, Ali and Rothstein discuss ways to educate students who aren't fluent in English. Previously, they debated devoting resources to closing the achievement gap, the No Child Left Behind Act and reasons for lagging minority performance. Tomorrow, they'...
Today, Jean and Prentice discuss the effect of same-sex marriage on religion and government. Previously, they debated social ramifications, rapid shifts in public opinion and the campaign for a marriage amendment to the California Constitution. Tomorrow,...
Tags: Education, Schools, Curricula, Elections, Sacramento
Times Staff WriterSan Francisco — IT'S Chinatown. You've been there and done that, strolling vaguely under the dragon gate at Grant Avenue, dawdling past the kitschy gift shops, then strolling out again, maybe not much wiser, maybe not much merrier. Me too. But...
If you happen to have been a reader of The Times in 1918, you'd probably be terrified to see the German-speaking Arnold Schwarzenegger linked to anything having to do with healthcare reform. Of course, times change, and so has the paper's editorial stance...
Today's question: What's the future of the personal automobile? Previously, White and Taylor discussed calls to build more nuclear power plants, T. Boone Pickens' alternative-energy plan and offshore drilling. More electric, less driving Point: V. John...
Associated PressThe picture on Page 95 of ``An Age of Voyages: 1350-1600,'' a seventh-grade history book used in California schools since last fall, had been unremarkable to state education officials: a stiff 19th-century portrait of a man with a trimmed beard holding...
SACRAMENTO - A new two-year session of the California Legislature will be gaveled in today, with lawmakers facing one of the worst budget crises in state history and a sinking economy that will limit their ability to enact new programs. Brimming with...
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The California Legislature's budget analyst says the recession has created another $8 billion hole in the state's budget just weeks after the end of a bruising fight to close a $42 billion gap through June 2010. Legislative...
HOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST SMOKE ALARMS FOR YOUR HOME Someone dies in a home fire every three hours in the United States. Properly installed and maintained, residential smoke alarms are one of the best and least expensive ways to provide an early warning...
Tags: Christmas, Health, Crimes, Consumer Confidence, Chicago
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSteve Allen, the zany comedian and witty social commentator whose career zipped at warp speed from one occupation to the next--from hosting the original "Tonight" show to lecturing about morality to composing thousands of songs--has died in Encino at...
Tags: Christmas, Health, David Letterman, Jayne Meadows, Asthma
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