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- Erroll Southers, assistant chief of the LAX police, will be nominated by President Obama to run the TSA. AP, Aviation News Today
- Ten years after white separatist Buford Furrow’s attack at the North Valley Jewish Community Center, by Daniel A. Olivas. La Bloga
- Chief Bratton said his successor should come from inside the LAPD and briefly discussed the merits of the candidates. LAT
Plus: Even ACLU sorry to see Bratton go. LAT
And: If Bratton returns to NYC, Latinos need to remember the blood on his hands. VivirLatino
- Bratton says that L.A. politicians hold a grudge longer than those in New York. Orlov/DN
- The Police Protective League is concerned about the move to use Google Aps for city of Los Angeles communications. Information Week
- Now it's the Times' turn to run a list of the city retirees receiving at least $100,000 a year in pensions. Ron Deaton tops the list and says, "It was a deal made at the beginning of my career, not the end of my career." LAT
- An appeals court has ruled that a rent increase for airlines that operate out of LAX terminals 1 and 3 was not discriminatory. AP
- Forty questions editor Jon Regardie would like to ask Mayor Villaraigosa, starting with "do you plan to date any other brunette television newscasters?" Downtown News
- Mayor Villaraigosa speaks at 10 a.m. at the National Clean Energy Summit Roundtable in Las Vegas hosted by the Center for American Progress.
- The Times revisits the state of the porn business again, concludes it's getting more difficult to make a living. LAT
- Supporters of Save Film at LACMA have produced a 51-second video that's on YouTube. Blog
- Every major U.S. airline is in the process of outfitting its aircraft with WiFi or testing the service to keep passengers happy. Travel Weekly
- Dr. Dean Ornish, a best-selling author and clinical professor of medicine at the University of California, was named Medical Editor of The Huffington Post.
- Ten weeks after being dropped by KDAY, comedian Steve Harvey's syndicated morning show returns to local radio on KJLH. LAT
- PBS nationally is rebroadcasting the documentary "Made in L.A." on Tuesday night, but it won't air in Los Angeles except on a digital subchannel of KCET. Franklin Avenue
- Nicole Campos, another longtime employee and former union chief of the LA Weekly, has been downsized, according to her email to friends.
- A memorial service for U.S. District Judge Robert M. Takasugi will be held Thursday at USC. He died Aug. 4 at the age of 78. LAT