Brown Signs Bill Revoking California’s 10-Year Statute Of Limitation On Rape Cases Opponents say the bill could lead to false convictions as memories fade among victims and witnesses. As Voter Registration Deadline Nears, UCLA Students Seem Prepared One of the most contentious presidential campaigns in quite some time seems to be resonating with young voters.
Gov. Brown Vetoes Bill That Would Repay San Bernardino Terror Response Costs Governor Signs Law That Reduces ‘Super Pollutants’ To Combat Climate Change Tim Kaine To Begin 2-Day Fundraising Swing Through Los Angeles ‘We Condemn Those Responsible,’ Says Mayor Garcetti Following Weekend Attacks In New York, New Jersey & Philadelphia Former County Supervisor, LA Councilman Edmund Edelman To Be Laid To Rest Peace Activist Stanley Sheinbaum Dies At 96 Conspiracy Theorists Suggest Hillary Clinton Uses Body Double After Health Scare In Historic Move, California Expands Overtime To Farmworkers
Los Angeles Times Building Sold To Canadian Developer The iconic Los Angeles Times building in downtown Los Angeles has been sold to a Canadian developer. Rusty Patched Bumble Bee Recommended For Endangered List Federal wildlife officials last week made a formal recommendation to list the rusty patched bumble bee as an endangered species because it has disappeared from about 90 percent of its historic range in just the past two decades.
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