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The Los Angeles Times (sometimes abbreviated as LA Times or L.A. Times) is a daily newspaper based in El Segundo, California, which has been published in Los Angeles, California, since 1881. It has the fifth-largest circulation among United States newspapers, and is the largest U.S. newspaper not headquartered on the East Coast. The paper is known for its coverage of issues particularly salient to the U.S. West Coast, such as immigration trends and natural disasters.Source
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LAX to end curbside pickup by Uber and Lyft

LAX to end curbside pickup by Uber and Lyft

Frequent fliers, beware. Los Angeles International Airport will soon ban ride-hailing companies from picking up passengers outside its terminals, LAX officials said Thursday. Starting on or about Oct. 29, travelers looking to hop on an Uber or Lyft will be taken by shuttle to a parking lot next to Terminal 1, where they can book their rides, said Keith Wilschetz, deputy executive director of the Operations and Emergency Management Division at Los Angeles World Airports. Drop-offs at terminals will still be allowed. The decision is in response to worsening congestion at the airport, which is...

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October 4, 2019
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Gov. Newsom criticized the new vaccine bill. Anti-vaccine activists are celebrating.

Gov. Newsom criticized the new vaccine bill. Anti-vaccine activists are celebrating.

Gov. Gavin Newsom thrust himself into a debate over one of California’s most controversial legislative proposals by suggesting he did not agree with a bill to tighten vaccine exemptions because it would create an immunization bureaucracy. Opponents of the bill immediately , with anti-vaccination advocate the governor Monday for “his wise and sober opposition to a draconian proposal.” Advertisement The problem is that Newsom, who raised his concerns during a question-and-answer session with reporters at the California Democratic Party’s convention last weekend, did not say he opposed the...

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Gavin Newsom dismisses fellow Democrat John Chiang's attack in governor's race

Gavin Newsom dismisses fellow Democrat John Chiang's attack in governor's race

Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom dismissed on Thursday an attack on his record as mayor of San Francisco from another Democrat in the race for California governor, state Treasurer John Chiang, saying it was indicative of the standings in the race. “It gives you a sense of where they think they are right now. I think it’s unfortunate they have to go down this path at this stage,” Newsom said in an interview. “I’m not going to go down there with them. I’m going to elevate above it.” Newsom, the front-runner in the race, made the remarks hours after which the campaign says will “give California voters...

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Details emerge in deal to bring 2028 Summer Olympics to Los Angeles

Details emerge in deal to bring 2028 Summer Olympics to Los Angeles

Here are the cities that have hosted the Summer Olympics since Los Angeles last hosted in 1984. After weeks of negotiations with the International Olympic Committee, Los Angeles officials have reached a deal to host the 2028 Summer Games under terms they hope will generate hundreds of millions in savings and additional revenues. The agreement will bring the Olympics back to Southern California for a third time, after Los Angeles hosted in 1984 and 1932. It also opens the door for the 2024 Games to be held in Paris. Advertisement "It has been certainly a roller coaster," L.A. bid chairman...

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August 1, 2017
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Former Ukraine prosecutor says he saw no evidence of wrongdoing by Biden

Former Ukraine prosecutor says he saw no evidence of wrongdoing by Biden

Ukraine’s former top law enforcement official says he repeatedly rebuffed demands by President Trump’s personal lawyer to investigate Joe Biden and his son, insisting he had seen no evidence of wrongdoing that he could pursue. In an interview, Yuri Lutsenko said while he was Ukraine’s prosecutor general he told Rudolph W. Giuliani that he would be happy to cooperate if the FBI or other U.S. authorities began their own investigation of the former vice president and his son Hunter but insisted they had not broken any Ukrainian laws to his knowledge. Lutsenko, who was fired as prosecutor...

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October 4, 2019
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House votes along party lines to repeal key Dodd-Frank financial reforms

House votes along party lines to repeal key Dodd-Frank financial reforms

The law created the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which oversees credit cards, mortgages, payday loans and other financial products. (Feb. 3, 2017) The House voted along party lines Thursday to repeal many of the stricter regulations enacted after the 2008 financial crisis, taking the first step in a long-held Republican desire to roll back landmark rules they complain are hurting banks, restricting consumer credit and slowing economic growth. The legislation, which faces major hurdles in the Senate because of united Democratic opposition, would continue the Republicans’...

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June 19, 2017
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The FDA tried to ban flavors years before the vaping outbreak. Top Obama officials rejected the plan

The FDA tried to ban flavors years before the vaping outbreak. Top Obama officials rejected the plan

Unicorn Vomit. Cotton Candy. Gummy Bear. Skittles. Some teenagers who tried these playful vaping flavors thought they were just inhaling water vapor — not also nicotine, a chemical considered as addictive as heroin and cocaine. Now, as a mysterious vaping-related lung disease has doctors and parents urging the nation’s 3.6 million young users to quit, many are finding that they physically can’t — they’re hooked. It’s exactly the kind of youth addiction crisis the Food and Drug Administration had warned of four years ago, when it tried to ban flavored fluids for e-cigarettes. If the FDA...

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October 4, 2019
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Trump's 'emoluments' defense argues he can violate the Constitution with impunity. That can't be right.

Trump's 'emoluments' defense argues he can violate the Constitution with impunity. That can't be right.

The lawsuit has already drawn more congressional plaintiffs than any legal action previously taken against a president. When the president of the United States violates the Constitution there must be a way for a federal court to hear the case and provide a remedy. Three different lawsuits have been filed against President Trump claiming that he is violating the emoluments clauses of the Constitution by receiving unlawful payments or other benefits from foreign governments and from the United States. Trump's position is that the federal courts can hear none of these suits because no one has...

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June 26, 2017
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Coronavirus spreads to Los Angeles, Orange County: How concerned should we be about spread?

Coronavirus spreads to Los Angeles, Orange County: How concerned should we be about spread?

Copyright © 2020, Los Angeles Times | | | |Breaking NewsAdvertisementLos Angeles and Orange County health officials are ds of a patient with the new strain of coronavirus. But they are stressing that there is no evidence the virus has been spread beyond the two patients.Q: What do we know about Orange County patient?The Orange County recently visited the epicenter of the outbreak in Wuhan, China.The patient is in good condition and is in isolation at a hospital.AdvertisementThey are following up with anyone who has had close contact with the patient, but also noted that people with casual...

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2020 election celebrity endorsements, a guide to who is backing Sanders, Warren and all the rest

2020 election celebrity endorsements, a guide to who is backing Sanders, Warren and all the rest

Celebrities rarely stop talking politics. Now with the 2020 race heating up, they’ve started to open their wallets as well as their mouths. The Times pored over more than 15,000 entertainment industry contributions in search of stars. We’ve ranked the POTUS contenders by the star power they’ve amassed. Most celebs have yet to formally endorse, and some have given to more than one person, but here is who’s supported whom so far. 1. Kamala Harris The California senator is the “Game of Thrones” of the 2020 primary: devoted fans, strong story, disappointing finale. She’s tops in celebrity...

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