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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 21, 1996 | LARRY GORDON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If Cardinal Roger M. Mahony decides to build the new St. Vibiana's Cathedral at another location, he might not stray far from home. Mahony and his advisors have been studying six sites within about a mile of the current, earthquake-damaged cathedral, according to sources involved in the search. Two of the downtown sites are across the street from the existing St. Vibiana's, and three are within a few blocks.
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OPINION
February 20, 2013 | Doyle McManus
Last August, then-Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and then-CIA Director David H. Petraeus proposed that the United States change its policy and send weapons and other aid to the rebels fighting the Syrian government. Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta and Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, signed on too, an unusual step for the normally cautious Pentagon. President Obama's national security advisor, Thomas Donilon, opposed the proposal, and in the end, the president sided with him. As a result, U.S. assistance to Syria's opposition remains limited to "nonlethal" aid to unarmed political groups, plus humanitarian aid to civilian refugees.
NATIONAL
September 28, 2011 | By Peter Nicholas, Washington Bureau
Even as President Obama crosses the country selling his jobs plan, his advisors aren't banking on an economic turnaround to make voters more upbeat about his record come the 2012 election. During his three-day Western swing, Obama faithfully pitched his $447-billion proposal, asserting that it would give the wheezing economy a lift by putting more money in workers' pockets and 2 million people back to work. But his campaign team concedes that game-changing drops in the unemployment rate won't happen any time soon.
NATIONAL
June 17, 2012 | By Paul West, Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON - Mitt Romney has already had one run-in with the vice presidential selection process, and it did not end well. In late May 2008, well after John McCain had sewed up the Republican presidential nomination, he summoned Romney and other vice presidential contenders to his Arizona ranch. None was picked, and the prize ultimately went to a little-known governor, Sarah Palin of Alaska. Soon the party nominee himself, Romney may not subject his finalists to a similar display.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 22, 2012 | By David Lauter, Los Angeles Times
On Oct. 28 and 29, 1929, when the great crash devastated the stock market, Herbert Hoover had been president just shy of eight months. For more than three years, he lingered in office as the nation's economy sank into Depression. By the time ofFranklin D. Roosevelt's inauguration, hard times and Hoover had become near synonymous. Barack Obama's timing resembled Hoover's far more than Roosevelt's. The 2008 financial panic hit on George W. Bush's watch with the collapse of Lehman Brothers less than two months before the election.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 3, 1996 | H.G. REZA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Over the last 28 years, Frank Norwood had often wondered about the South Vietnamese Army captain he advised during his 1968 combat tour. He assumed that his counterpart, Capt. Le Tan Lao, did not survive the war and perished either on the battlefield or in a Communist prison camp after South Vietnam's defeat in 1975. Earlier this year, Norwood was "shocked" to learn that Lao was alive and living in Minnesota.
SPORTS
January 22, 2012 | Eric Sondheimer
If you want to know how badly UCLA football recruiting had fallen, let me tell the story from Harbor City Narbonne Coach Manuel Douglas. He said that during the City Section playoffs in 2010, a UCLA recruiter was on campus and didn't know who the best player was at Crenshaw High. "He didn't know who De'Anthony Thomas was," Douglas said. "If you don't know in your backyard who the best player in the City was, you're doing a crappy job recruiting. " Fast-forward to 2012. New UCLA Coach Jim Mora hasn't held a single practice, but in recruiting, he's getting an A on an early report card thanks to his hiring of assistant coaches Adrian Klemm, Steve Broussard, Eric Yarber and Demetrius Martin.
BUSINESS
March 11, 2003 | From Associated Press
Capital One Financial Corp. gave advance notice to some of its lenders and advisors that its finance chief planned to resign amid an insider trading probe. The McLean, Va., consumer credit company said that it had discussions with some of its "lenders under its corporate credit facility, advisors, rating agencies and regulators shortly before the public announcement" last week of the probe and the resignation of Chief Financial Officer David Willey.
NEWS
April 23, 2012 | By Christi Parsons
WASHINGTON - President Obama defended his administration's work to prevent mass atrocities Monday while speaking to Holocaust survivors. The U.S. government has worked with international partners to protect civilians in Cote D'Ivoire, Libya and South Sudan, Obama told an audience at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. And he has sent American advisors to central Africa in an effort to contain Joseph Kony's Lord's Resistance Army and secure the region, Obama noted. Obama said those advisors would continue their efforts to “bring this madman to justice” and that the world must continue to stand with the people of Syria under the oppression of the regime of Bashar Assad.
NEWS
February 1, 2012 | By Kim Geiger
Mitt Romney may be holding a rally in Minnesota on Wednesday, but it's not an indication that he'll win the backing of former rival Michele Bachmann, the Minnesota congresswoman said. Pushing back against speculation that Bachmann is preparing to throw her support behind Romney, Bachmann called on the Boston Globe to retract an article that reported that her advisors had been in talks with Romney advisors about a possible endorsement. “Let me be absolutely clear,” Bachmann said in a statement.
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