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  1. From the Archives: Two wars, two sons lost

    05.26 / 08:10 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Rita Duarte's grief was compounded by government mix-ups that took 57 years to correct. The Mirror, sister paper to the Los Angeles Times, reported Aug. 26, 1952: A 19-year-old paratrooper killed in action in Korea was buried in Calvary Cemetery yesterday without the guard of honor to which…
  2. Progressives decried Jimmy Gomez's 'coronation' in L.A.'s congressional primary. Now they're lining up behind him

    05.26 / 07:14 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    If you asked Wendy Carrillo three months ago, the California Democratic Party’s endorsement of Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez in the crowded race for Los Angeles’ 34th Congressional District was a “coronation,” the result of “dirty tricks being played by establishment politicians.” “What the Democratic…
  3. No one knows how many untested rape kits there are in California. This bill aims to fix that problem

    05.26 / 07:14 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Tens of thousands of rape kits are sitting on shelves in police and sheriff’s department evidence rooms nationwide. And no one has tested them to see what crimes they could help solve. A bill by Assemblyman David Chiu (D-San Francisco) would help determine how many of those unanalyzed exam k…
  4. From day to day, the Dodgers stay unpredictable

    05.26 / 06:16 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Sitting in the Dodger Stadium press box Thursday night preparing to write an optimistic Dodgers column, I am interrupted by a crack. Dexter Fowler begins the game with a single up the middle against Kenta Maeda. With the old rival St. Louis Cardinals finishing a series here and the new rival…
  5. Judge to consider contempt against antiabortion group leader after release of Planned Parenthood videos

    05.26 / 06:16 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    A federal judge said Thursday that he would consider holding the leader of an antiabortion group in contempt after links to videos that the judge had barred from release appeared on the website of the man's attorneys. U.S. District Judge William Orrick ordered David Daleiden and his attorneys…
  6. Alabama executes murderer known as 'Houdini of death row'

    05.26 / 06:16 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Called the "Houdini" of death row, Alabama inmate Thomas Arthur has been scheduled to die Thursday, after seven…
  7. Maeda and Ryu team up to deliver the Dodgers a 7-3 win over the Cardinals

    05.26 / 06:16 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Just past 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, Hyun-Jin Ryu rose from his seat inside the Dodgers bullpen and climbed atop a mound. A pitcher warming up should not sound an alarm. But these are strange times for the pitching staff of the Dodgers. Earlier in the afternoon, hours before a 7-3 victory over…
  8. Trump's day in tweets: Thursday, May 25

    05.26 / 05:19 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    May 25, 2017, 9:52 p.m. His tweets have the power to shape international relations, send stock prices up — or down — and galvanize the American public.We're watching how Donald Trump is using this platform of unfettered communication now that he’s commander in chief. Here is everything Tr…
  9. Jacques Wilson of Hamilton puts on show at City championships

    05.26 / 04:14 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    May 25, 2017, 9:03 p.m. Eric Sondheimer has been covering high school sports for the Los Angeles Times since 1997 and in Southern California since 1976. Get his latest from the field and follow all our prep sports coverage and analysis here. …
  10. Republican Greg Gianforte opens a steady lead in early returns in Montana congressional race

    05.26 / 04:14 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    With more than half the vote counted, Republican Greg Gianforte was clinging to a steady lead over Democrat Rob Quist on Thursday night in Montana’s closely watched congressional contest. Gianforte, 56, a wealthy businessman who ran unsuccessfully for governor in November, had long been the f…
  11. LeBron James passes Michael Jordan, Cavaliers back in Finals with 135-102 win

    05.26 / 03:12 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    LeBron James scored 35 points and passed Michael Jordan to become the NBA's all-time playoff scoring leader as the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Boston Celtics 135-102 on Thursday night to claim their third straight Eastern Conference title and a return trip to the NBA Finals. Kyrie Irving…
  12. Trump wants to cut funding for earthquake early warning system, which would likely kill project

    05.26 / 03:12 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    The West Coast's earthquake early warning system would die under Trump's…
  13. MLB: David Price to make debut Monday

    05.26 / 02:16 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Red Sox pitcher David Price is set to make his season debut for Boston on Monday at the Chicago White Sox. The 31-year-old left-hander, starting the second season of a $217-million, seven-year contact, has been recovering from a strained pitching elbow. He gave up nine runs — six earned — and…
  14. Some conservatives justify 'manly' Montana candidate's alleged body-slam of 'snowflake' reporter

    05.26 / 02:16 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    After he was accused of physically attacking a reporter, Greg Gianforte had some very visible defenders while he went invisible for election day Thursday. The Republican candidate for Montana’s open congressional seat canceled his national TV appearances after he was charged with misdemeanor a…
  15. Dodgers place Joc Pederson on the concussion disabled list

    05.26 / 02:16 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Two days after an ugly collision with Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig, Joc Pederson landed on the seven-day concussion disabled list before Thursday’s game against St. Louis. The Dodgers shut Pederson down to make room on the roster for Kenta Maeda’s return. “It’s the most responsible thing to do…
  16. Rape allegation leads to protests at Cortines School of Visual and Performing Arts in Los Angeles

    05.26 / 00:58 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    May 25, 2017, 5:36 p.m. Welcome to Essential Education, our daily look at education in California and beyond. Here's the latest:At a Congressional hearing, Betsy DeVos was unable to answer some major questions, and would not agree to prevent private schools that discriminate against…
  17. After criticism, civilian oversight panel calls for improved transparency by the L.A. sheriff

    05.26 / 00:58 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Renewing a call for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department to be more open about use of force, deputy discipline, complaints and other information, the agency’s civilian oversight commission adopted a formal resolution Thursday to push the department to post the data — which could inclu…
  18. FBI investigating Kushner meetings, report says; House leader seeks more Comey documents

    05.26 / 00:58 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    May 25, 2017, 5:32 p.m. Here's our look at the Trump administration and the rest of Washington:The Congressional Budget Office score on the House healthcare bill is outThe House Intelligence Committee prepares subpoenas for Michael FlynnIsrael concedes intelligence changes are needed…
  19. Trump tweets: Touts poll that puts his approval rating at 48%

    05.25 / 23:57 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    President Trump’s standing in national polls has consistently declined since the end of last month. His approval rating now sits at the lowest point of his presidency. Here are some questions and answers about what the polls do — and don’t — tell us.How significant is Trump’s slide?At the end of April, the share of Americans who disapproved of Trump’s job in office outnumbered those who…
  20. Taxpayer money wasted on bar tabs, trips to Las Vegas and expensive electronics in South El Monte, audit shows

    05.25 / 23:57 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    South El Monte officials racked up thousands of dollars on city credit cards for consultants’ bar tabs, airfare and pricey electronics. They splurged on hotel stays and a trip to Las Vegas without proof that it was related to city business. The former city manager charged more than $3,000 for a…