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Los Angeles Times › Opinions › 3 weeks ago
The Framers feared just what Trump is doing when they wrote two emoluments clauses into the Constitution.
Los Angeles Times › Opinions › 3 weeks ago
William B. Taylor's statement sketched a picture of Trump employing a strategy of persuasion with Ukraine that looked an awful lot like extortion.
Los Angeles Times › Opinions › 3 weeks ago
Brits are put off by the prospect of negotiating a trade deal with President Trump, especially if it would open the door to chlorinated U.S. chicken
Los Angeles Times › Opinions › 3 weeks ago
L.A.'s new law regulating short-term rentals through Airbnb, VRBO and other sites is long overdue
Los Angeles Times › Opinions › 3 weeks ago
Patt Morrison talks with Eric Schmidt, former CEO of Google and former executive chairman of Google's parent company Alphabet.
Los Angeles Times › Opinions › 3 weeks ago
Americans are slow to make momentous decisions, but it appears they are supporting President Trump's impeachment. Even some Republicans are coming around.
Sputnik International › 3 weeks ago
The anonymous Trump administration insider who authored a New York Times article last year pledging to be “part of the Resistance” has written a behind-the-scenes, tell-all book on the real estate mogul’s government, to be published next month...
Los Angeles Times › Opinions › 3 weeks ago
The impulse to acquiesce to bad suggestions can make it very hard to stand up to people in authority, even when we know something is wrong. But there are ways to resist this response.
Los Angeles Times › Opinions › 3 weeks ago
If Trump backed down on hosting foreign leaders at the Doral, what else could Republicans get him to do?
Los Angeles Times › Opinions › 3 weeks ago
As a comedian, I have entertained U.S. troops around the world. In the current atmosphere, that doesn't seem to count for much.
Los Angeles Times › Opinions › 0 month ago
I tried to use a book as currency in modern-day Los Angeles, and it worked. I feel like celebrating that there are people in a big city who choose to be kind to strangers and think outside the box.
Los Angeles Times › Opinions › 0 month ago
We're drowning in plastic pollution. We have to stop discarding things like plastic bags, water bottles and cigarette butts — all made with petroleum formed over millions of years — after a few minutes of use.
Los Angeles Times › Opinions › 0 month ago
Training teachers to recognize the sound of gunfire but not the distress signs of children spiraling toward violence is a bleak, wasteful affair.
Los Angeles Times › Opinions › 0 month ago
Devin Nunes, a co-sponsor of the Stop Frivolous Lawsuits Act, seems to have discovered a new fundraising tool: frivolous lawsuits.
Los Angeles Times › Opinions › 0 month ago
On Saturday, Boris Johnson adopted a tone of statesmanlike politesse in his appeal for a yes vote on his Brexit deal in the House of Commons. But the roller coaster ride continues.
Los Angeles Times › Opinions › 1 month ago
Mitt and I and every other Mormon kid in the 1950s heard the "White Horse" prophecy, which says the Constitution will be "hanging by a thread," and a Mormon will save it.
Los Angeles Times › Opinions › 1 month ago
A brief cease-fire in the military invasion of Syria won't solve a conflict created by a century of Turkish oppression of the Kurds.
Los Angeles Times › Opinions › 1 month ago
Buttigieg's strategy-and-organization approach sometimes fails to deliver the dopamine blast that debate watchers seem to live for.
Los Angeles Times › Opinions › 1 month ago
As past impeachment investigations have shown, a president's fate sometimes hinges on a single sentence. Trump's may, too.
Los Angeles Times › Opinions › 1 month ago
Substance abuse is the primary reason for the foster care crisis in this country, but cities and states don't make that clear. A Muppet named Karli corrects the record.
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