Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsDepartment Of State
IN THE NEWS

Department Of State

TRAVEL
October 4, 1992 | LARRY HABEGGER and JAMES O'REILLY, Habegger and O'Reilly are San Francisco-based free-lance writers. and
Asia India: Troubles continue in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, where, according to a Reuters report, the rebel Muslim Brotherhood on Sept. 20 warned all non-Kashmiris to leave the state within two days. The threat was directed at Indian security forces, but tensions are high and travelers run the risk of accidentally being caught up in hostilities. Travel to Jammu and Kashmir should be avoided at this time. Ethnic violence erupted in two northeastern state capitals Sept.
Advertisement
NEWS
April 4, 2001 | KATHLEEN DOHENY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Other than hearing that your policy has been canceled, it's about the worst news you can get from your auto insurer: Sorry, your vehicle has been "totaled." But if you loved that car or truck, totaled doesn't always have to be the death sentence that the term implies. A totaled vehicle isn't always a mangled mess. Sometimes it's salvageable. And even if it can't be saved--or you chose not to try--the settlement your insurer offers isn't necessarily the best you can do.
MAGAZINE
December 15, 1991 | DIANA SHAW, Diana Shaw is a writer, and a researcher for the movie industry.
One night last spring I lay sleepless and sweltering in the dying city of Haiphong, North Viet Nam, asking myself the question that has taunted so many young Americans caught in faraway places: "What in the hell am I doing here?" . . . Out there, in the makeshift refugee camp I had set up with U.S. Army tents, were more than 12,000 wretched, sick and horribly maimed Vietnamese, most of them either very young or very old.
BUSINESS
August 16, 1985
Garry W. Pearson has been named a vice president in the finance and accounting department of Golden State Sanwa Bank, Los Angeles.
TRAVEL
December 14, 1986
The Department of State and the Internal Revenue Service are studying possible methods of sharing data under new regulations approved by Congress. One proposal is that when persons apply for a passport, new or renewal, the information will be sent on to the IRS. But the target date for any such changes in the rules is January, 1988, according to the Bureau of Consular Affairs for the Department of State, not January, 1987, as reported by Eric Friedheim last Sunday in the Travel Section.
OPINION
December 3, 1989 | JEREMY J. STONE, Jeremy J. Stone is president of the Federation of American Scientists.
Once upon a time, in Europe, Jews were being slaughtered. The United States was at war with the murderers, the government of Nazi Germany. As one might expect, the United States maintained that its policy was to work out programs to save those European Jews who could be saved. History now records that this was not true. On the contrary, during half the war the Department of State actually used the machinery of government to sabotage the rescue of Jews.
NEWS
April 7, 1990 | Reuters
The U.S. government issued an advisory to American citizens Friday against traveling to Nepal, saying violent clashes between demonstrators and police there had resulted in hazardous conditions. "The Department of State advises U.S. citizens to defer travel to Nepal until further notice. There have been violent clashes between demonstrators and security forces in Katmandu, resulting in fatalities," spokesman Dave Denny said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 11, 2013 | By Paige St. John
Citing "significant and troubling evidence" that inmates are not receiving adequate mental health care, a federal judge Thursday expanded court oversight to include the Department of State Hospitals. Judge Lawrence Karlton said prisoners' lawyers said severe staffing shortages, wait lists and even "denial of basic necessities including clean underwear" may be harming mentally ill prisoners. His order requires a court-appointed monitor to report back in 75 on those conditions. The judge said he is holding off on issuing further orders until he receives that report.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|