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Operation Pandora's Box blew up in L.A. County sheriff's officials' faces

Los Angeles Times (Richard Winton, Shelby Grad) — At the center of the FBI's investigation into allegations of obstruction of justice by Los Angeles County sheriff's officials was a top-secret program known to a select few deputies as Operation Pandora's Box. The federal investigation into the operation took a dramatic turn Wednesday with news...
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'Spotlight's' makers went for 'simple, unvarnished truth,' not sensationalism

Los Angeles Times (Michael Ordoña) — No car chases. No fistfights. Not even an illicit affair. The makers of "Spotlight" stuck to the facts, believing the unvarnished story of Boston Globe reporters uncovering the sexual abuse of children within the Catholic Church would be compelling enough. "In many ways, the film is a study of...
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Essential California: The fight over California's coast

Los Angeles Times (Alice Walton) — Good morning. It is Thursday, Feb. 11. San Francisco is now home to the $15 cup of coffee . It’s eight ounces of pour-over coffee, and it’s served in a paper cup. Here's what else is happening in the Golden State: TOP STORIES Coastal firing When some members of the California Coastal Commission...
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Wins by Trump and Sanders portend another American revolution

Los Angeles Times To the editor: The New Hampshire election results demonstrate a sad and scary truth: Our citizens are ready to revolt. (" As a long race beckons, Tuesday winners Trump and Sanders face challenges ," Feb. 10) There's no question that government serves special interests, not the people. Citizens are...
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Where's the outrage on Syria?

Los Angeles Times (The Times Editorial Board) — A United Nations commission concluded this week that the Syrian government has engaged in crimes against humanity, including murder, rape, torture, imprisonment and enforced disappearance, as well as what it characterized as "extermination" and other "inhuman acts." But is anyone listening? Where's...
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The U.S. can't allow Supreme Court clean power roadblock to slow its fight against climate change

Los Angeles Times (The Times Editorial Board) — The Supreme Court's order late Tuesday halting President Obama's Clean Power Plan is frustratingly opaque. The terse ruling offers no hints about why the court took the unusual step of pausing Obama's important new regulations — which would have significantly curtailed emissions from the nations'...
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The truth behind Gloria Steinem's and Madeleine Albright's impolitic remarks

Los Angeles Times To the editor: In her critique of feminist writer and activist Gloria Steinem and former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, both of whom expressed dismay that many young woman support Bernie Sanders for president, Robin Abcarian may be sending a confused message. (" Gloria Steinem and Madeleine...
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Retired L.A. Sheriff Lee Baca admits he lied to the FBI in the jail abuse scandal

Los Angeles Times (Joel Rubin, Cindy Chang, Harriet Ryan) — In the jail abuse scandal that has roiled the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and resulted in the convictions of more than a dozen officials, one question has remained open: How high did the corruption go? Retired Sheriff Lee Baca admitted in federal court Wednesday that it went all the...
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Mayor Eric Garcetti on the death of Olympic Piggyback Yard plan, and how it helps transit

Los Angeles Times (Mariel Garza) — One of the biggest pieces of any Olympic bid is the plan to accommodate thousands of athletes, if not in high style then at least in relative comfort and proximity to sporting venues. This can also be the priciest piece because, unlike arenas and coliseums, cities don't generally have gigantic...
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Lean, mean -- and obese, according to BMI charts

Los Angeles Times To the editor: According to my body mass index, not only have I been overweight for years, I've even been obese. (" BMI mislabels 54 million Americans as 'overweight' or 'obese,' study says ," Feb. 4) Really? I am 65 and have worked out all of my adult life. I'm 5 feet 8 and 176 pounds. My blood...
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Is that milk past its 'sell by' date? Drink it anyway.

Los Angeles Times (Emily Broad Leib) — My father used to keep food in the refrigerator for days, even weeks after the “best by” date, so long as it looked and smelled OK. My mom, by contrast, went out to buy a new carton of milk as soon as the date passed. Often there would be two containers of milk in our refrigerator: the half-empty...
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'Deadpool' to laugh off 'Zoolander 2,' 'How to Be Single' at box office

Los Angeles Times (Ryan Faughnder) — Profane Marvel antihero Deadpool is poised to wallop the competition at the multiplex, giving a boost to the box office over the Presidents Day weekend, which will also see the debut of "Zoolander 2."  "Deadpool," a very R-rated twist on the superhero genre, could generate as much as $70 million...
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Charlie Beck: The real Ferguson effect in L.A.

Los Angeles Times (Charlie Beck) — Crime statistics for 2015 showed a sharp increase in violent crimes in Los Angeles — and the rest of the country — over previous years. One much-discussed rationale for the crime spike is the so-called Ferguson effect. This is the theory that law enforcement has withdrawn from protecting communities...
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Capitalism doesn't justify ripping off the sick with high drug prices

Los Angeles Times To the editor: In response to David Lazarus' Feb. 5 column on price gouging by Big Pharma, one reader wrote, “As much as I appreciate Lazarus' reporting, this is a lost cause.” It is, but only as long as we the people continue to allow our representatives to be bought off by the lobbyists. (" With...
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A Jewish candidate won a U.S. presidential primary for the first time. And America yawned.

Los Angeles Times (Jonathan Zimmerman) — For the first time in American history, a Jewish candidate won a presidential primary election. And America yawned. I'm talking about Bernie Sanders, of course, who thumped Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire's Democratic contest on Tuesday. Everyone is aware that Clinton would be our first female...
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