Los Angeles Times4 min de lecturePolitical Ideologies
Mexico Owes Its Young Democracy To Its Elections Institute. The President Wants To Dismantle It
MEXICO CITY — For most of the last century, elections in Mexico were a farce. The ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party controlled ballot boxes, voter rolls and even tallied votes. Unsurprisingly, the party won every time. It became known as “the
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In Ukraine's War-shrouded Capital, A Play About A Murderous Dictator Hits Close To Home
KYIV, Ukraine — In a black-walled theater at the heart of a darkened capital, the audience sits rapt as the plot unspools on a stark stage: A murderous dictator's calculated cruelty spirals out of control, and his madness grows in tandem with plots a
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What’s On TV This Week: People's Choice Awards, Trevor Noah's 'Daily Show' Sendoff, 'Emancipation' And More
“Fit for Christmas” (CBS, 8 p.m. ET): A fitness instructor hooks up with a hunky businessman in this new TV movie. “Undercover Holiday” (Hallmark, 8 p.m.): A pop star hooks up with her hunky bodyguard in this new TV movie. “Merry Textmas” (Lifetime,
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When Just A Shell Of A Character Is All You Need To Chase Away The Blues
The news is bad. The world feels too hot or too cold. And maybe the midterm elections didn't go your way. It's going to be OK. "Marcel the Shell with Shoes On" is the tonic we all need. "Sweet" makes it sound too simple; there's a genuine positive vi
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Review: 'Emancipation,' With Will Smith, Struggles To Do Its Real-life Survival Story Justice
In March 1863, two months after President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation, a Black man known as Peter (other accounts name him as Gordon) escaped a Louisiana plantation, endured 10 days in alligator-infested marshes and found his
Los Angeles Times4 min de lectureAmerican Government
Supreme Court Agrees To Decide On Biden’s Stalled Student Loan Forgiveness Plan
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Thursday refused an emergency appeal to immediately revive President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan, but agreed to rule early next year on its legality. The justices left in place an appeals court ruling t
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J. Brady McCollough: Inside The Rose Bowl’s Tricky Road To College Football Playoff Expansion Approval
LOS ANGELES — As of Wednesday, the College Football Playoff did not have its answer after months of waiting. The Rose Bowl was still on the clock, and, accordingly, Pasadena attorney Laura Farber, the chairman of the game’s management committee, warn
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LeBron James, Austin Reaves power Lakers over Trail Blazers
Sometimes it's a quick look back over his shoulder before spinning the other way. Other times it's a fake with the ball or maybe with his head. Whatever it is, the result, increasingly, has been the same — Austin Reaves figuring out a way to create e
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Jason David Frank’s Wife Sets Record Straight With Details Of Night He Died By Suicide
Jason David Frank, the “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers” star who died in Texas on Nov. 19, took his own life, his wife confirmed in an interview Wednesday. She also said they had reconciled in their 19-year marriage in the weeks before his death. Tammi
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TLC Cast Her 14-person Family In Its Reality Empire. Behind The Scenes, It Was 'Life And Death'
NEW YORK — When Jessica Willis Fisher was in her early 20s, her life looked different from that of most people her age. Instead of expanding her mind in college or partying with friends, Fisher was the unwitting star of a reality TV show that present
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Shorthanded Clippers Erase Double-digit Deficit But Fall To Jazz
SALT LAKE CITY — Over the course of two days this week, what could be the Clippers’ future spilled over into the team’s present as a team ravaged by injuries turned to its long-term projects in search of wins right now. Just as rookie forward Moussa
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Christian Pulisic Is ‘Doing Everything In My Power’ To Play For U.S. Vs. Netherlands
DOHA, Qatar — Christian Pulisic learned the U.S. had advanced to the World Cup’s round of 16 by staring at a cellphone in a hospital examination room. Which is odd because it was Pulisic’s goal that had sent the Americans there. But the scoring play
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'The Wiz' Will Ease On Back To Broadway In 2024. But First, A National Tour
"The Wiz" will ease on down the road back to Broadway in an all-new adaptation set for 2024. But before its return to New York, the Tony Award-winning musical will kick off a national tour next year in Baltimore, where the original production debute
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'Today' Co-host Al Roker Returns To Hospital After Scare With Blood Clots
Al Roker is back in the hospital "due to some complications" after experiencing a blood-clot scare last month. The famed weatherman was absent Thursday from NBC's "Today" show in New York where co-anchor Hoda Kotb updated viewers on his condition. Th
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Sam Farmer's Week 13 NFL picks
The Los Angeles Times' NFL writer, Sam Farmer, examines this week's matchups. Lines according to FanDuel Sportsbook(O/U = over/under). Last week's record 10-6 (.625); season 108-71-1 (.603). Using point spreads with the scores Farmer predicted, the r
Los Angeles Times3 min de lectureCrime & Violence
Commentary: A Jury Delivers The Truth About Jan. 6. It Was Seditious Conspiracy
The conviction of Oath Keepers leaders Stewart Rhodes and Kelly Meggs on charges of seditious conspiracy is a historic legal victory for the Department of Justice, but it is much more than that as well. Tuesday’s verdicts in federal court in Washingt
Los Angeles Times3 min de lectureAmerican Government
Commentary: It’s Groundhog Day For The GOP. Failure After Defeat Is Becoming A Republican Hallmark
A favorable map. Media narratives dissecting the uphill climb for Democrats. A Senate majority within sight. But Republicans underperform and fail to win the Senate. A postmortem is ordered by the Republican National Committee. Sound familiar? If it
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Commentary: In The UC Strike, Professors Can’t Keep Up With Grading. Students Will Suffer
When graduate teaching assistants strike, my work becomes impossible. I’m a professor at the University of California as we see the largest higher education strike in U.S. history. My 250 students — mostly new to UC San Diego this fall — have lost th
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Review: Tilda Swinton Meets Tilda Swinton In 'The Eternal Daughter,' A Wondrous Ghost Story
Tilda Swinton, shapeshifting multitasker extraordinare, may be one of the few living actors who run the risk of seeming lazy if they play only one character per movie. Conniving identical twins, like the ones she played in "Hail, Caesar!" and "Okja,"
Los Angeles Times2 min de lectureCrime & Violence
Corrections Officers Shoot, Kill 2 Inmates During Fight At Northern California Prison
Two men were shot and killed by corrections officers during a fight with another inmate Tuesday at a state prison in Northern California, according to prison officials. The men attacked 68-year-old Anthony Aguilera with prison-made weapons, the Calif
Los Angeles Times3 min de lectureCrime & Violence
Commentary: US Border Killings Evade Justice. An International Commission Can Change That
To people of color in the United States, the death of Anastasio Hernández-Rojas — a brutal killing at the hands of U.S. government officials followed by impunity — is all too familiar. Yet in an extraordinary moment challenging that impunity, the Int
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California Set For Another Year Of Brown Lawns, Tight Water Restrictions
LOS ANGELES — Californians should brace for another year of brown lawns, tight water restrictions and increased calls for conservation as state water managers Thursday warned that severely reduced allocations are once again likely in 2023. The Depart
Los Angeles Times3 min de lectureAmerican Government
Appeals Court Ends Special Master Review Of Trump Mar-a-Lago Documents
WASHINGTON — A three-judge panel ruled Wednesday that a special master should not have been appointed to review materials the FBI seized from former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate, a decision that ends the outside review of thousands of d
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How Jordan Peele, Antonio Banderas And Sea Monsters Lift These Animated Films
Among the contenders for the 2023 animated feature Oscar are a gorgeously framed, important lesson for kids (and adults); the return of Henry Selick in a collaboration with Jordan Peele; and a startlingly good entry in the "Puss in Boots"/"Shrek" fra
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LA County COVID Surge Raises Prospect Of Return To Indoor Masking Order
LOS ANGELES — Coronavirus case and hospitalization rates have risen dramatically in Los Angeles County, which on Thursday reentered the medium COVID-19 community level for the first time since the end of the summer omicron wave. The increasing rates
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Six Best College Football Conference Championship Games To Watch
It's conference championship week and the stakes are high for teams looking to secure a College Football Playoff berth or a top bowl invite. Here's a rundown of six conference championship games that should be worth your viewing time. All times are P
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'Inu-Oh,' A Tale Of Cutting-edge Artists In Ancient Times, Is Like Nothing You've Seen
"Inu-Oh," the animated film depicting 14th-century Japan, starts conventionally with the look and exposition one might expect of such a venture. After all, it's adapted from Hideo Furukawa's historical novel "Tales of the Heike: Inu-Oh," set during a
Los Angeles Times2 min de lecture
CNN Is Canceling ‘Morning Express With Robin Meade,’ Another Cost-cutting Casualty
The budget cutting ax is in full swing at CNN. The news network is shutting down “Morning Express,” the daily program hosted by Robin Meade has aired on CNN’s sister channel HLN since 2005. Meade and her program’s staff will be departing CNN as part
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Kanye’s Purchase Of Social Network Falls Through Amid Ongoing Antisemitic Tirade
After weeks of virulent antisemitism, Kanye West is no longer set to buy the right-leaning social network Parler, the company announced Thursday. “Parlement Technologies would like to confirm that the company has mutually agreed with Ye to terminate
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Tata Martino Is Out, But Here Is What Else Mexico Must Fix After Its World Cup Collapse
DOHA, Qatar — No one on the Mexican team in Qatar was alive the last time El Tri went out of a World Cup in the first round. Even Yon de Luisa, the federation's personable president, was just 8 in 1978 when Mexico lost all three of its group games in
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