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Michael Justice, who shot for the Wall Street Journal, Daily Breeze and LA Herald Examiner, was on assignment for the port in San Pedro.
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Austin Raishbrook, an owner of RMG News, put down his camera and saved a life on the freeway.
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Co-managing editor Larry Ingrassia goes after the magazine and writer Ed Leibowitz for "What's the matter with the Los Angeles Times?"
The public has property rights, too - and we're tired of being forced to use our state taxes to fight decades-long battles for public access that has been long established.
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Maya Lau comes to the LAT from Baton Rouge, where she covered crime and investigations.
Editor-publisher Davan Maharaj says the letters to the editor of Travel violated the paper's standards for "civil, fact-based discourse."
A extra big helping of our occasional roundup of media, politics and place notes.
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Standards editor says explain the term because many readers don't know that "It’s a racist, far-right fringe movement that embraces an ideology of white nationalism and is anti-immigrant, anti-Semitic and anti-feminist." what it means:
New attorney general appointed. An anchor leaves the news desk. What to do with P-45.
The Washington Post editor known for the film "Spotlight" doesn't scare easily.
Donald Trump tweets his way to the top item again by inventing a new conspiracy. Plus much more.
It's been awhile since there was an editor in charge of covering prominent deaths. He doesn't get any assigned writers.
Our semi-regular column of media and politics notes, with other news and observations.
"Your impact on this town is difficult to measure," Fox 11 anchor Steve Edwards says in a video tribute.
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Ifill died of cancer complications. Co-anchor Judy Woodruff gave viewers the news on "PBS News Hour," where Ifill was managing editor.
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Queuing to vote across LA, Trump's last stand, and why the sports department hates election night.
The second memo of the fall election cycle reminds reporters and editors that social media is on the record.
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LA Times loses a top Hollywood voice. Dodgers go home. More Trump and Clinton notes.
In my 40 years at the L.A. Times, I heard stories. Some were true.
There will be a ceremony on Thursday at Cal State San Bernardino.
Because there's more going on than Donald Trump's get-even war on America.
I believe that's Sarah Parvini at left, then Priya Krishnakumar, Alexandra Manzano, Marcus Yam and Paloma Esquivel. Photo posted to Twitter by Los Angeles Times editor-in-chief and publisher Davan Maharaj....
First time the f-word got in print since 1998, the paper says. The explainer is less revealing about the Trump tapes landing on Saturday's page 10.
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Los Angeles can breathe again. The day no one wanted to come has passed.
Ken Doctor reports that a deal may be announced as soon as Monday, over the oposition of LA billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong.
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