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November 23, 1994 | ELIZABETH SHOGREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Labor Secretary Robert B. Reich challenged the new Republican Congress on Tuesday to scale back business tax breaks and other forms of "corporate welfare" at the same time that it tries to reduce assistance to the poor. The provocative proposal caught the Clinton Administration off guard and potentially won Reich some unlikely allies among conservative Republicans.
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November 23, 1994 | ELIZABETH SHOGREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Labor Secretary Robert B. Reich challenged the new Republican Congress on Tuesday to scale back business tax breaks and other forms of "corporate welfare" at the same time that it tries to reduce assistance to the poor. The provocative proposal caught the Clinton Administration off guard and potentially won Reich some unlikely allies among conservative Republicans.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 29, 1991
Members of the Los Angeles media and two local television stations were honored by the Multi-Ethnic Coalition on Friday for demonstrating sensitivity toward the special needs of ethnic and racial groups. The coalition's top media award went to the news division of KCBS, Channel 2, for sending a local reporting team to Armenia to report on events there. Plaques also were presented to KTTV, Channel 11, and seven individuals, including reporter Ken Reich of The Times.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 29, 1991
Members of the Los Angeles media and two local television stations were honored by the Multi-Ethnic Coalition on Friday for demonstrating sensitivity toward the special needs of ethnic and racial groups. The coalition's top media award went to the news division of KCBS, Channel 2, for sending a local reporting team to Armenia to report on events there. Plaques also were presented to KTTV, Channel 11, and seven individuals, including reporter Ken Reich of The Times.
SPORTS
September 11, 1988 | KENNETH REICH, Kenneth Reich , The Times' lead Olympic writer for the Los Angeles Games , has written the book, "Making It Happen, Peter Ueberroth and the 1984 Olympics . "
The 1984 Olympics went right when so many people here and abroad thought they would go wrong. From the inception of Los Angeles' bid for the Games in 1977, which followed closely the financially disastrous Montreal Olympics, there was strong public sentiment that an Olympics here would more likely than not lose money. Had anyone predicted that the Games would actually turn a profit of $222.7 million, as they did, he would probably have been laughed out of the city.
NEWS
September 12, 2001 | USHA LEE McFARLING, TIMES SCIENCE WRITER
The terrorists who piloted two planes into the World Trade Center apparently managed--either by careful calculation or evil luck--to have hit the buildings at their weakest spot to cause their disastrous collapse, structural engineers said Tuesday. "It's like hitting someone at the back of the knee," said Nabih Youssef, a structural engineer who heads the Tall Building Council in Los Angeles and is an expert on the design and strength of skyscrapers.
NEWS
October 10, 1995 | MARK FINEMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dozens of people were killed and more than 100 injured Monday when a powerful earthquake rumbled along the Pacific coast of Mexico, crushing homes, hotels, bridges and a jail and giving the nation's capital its second scare in a month. The quake, which U.S. scientists measured at 7.6, triggered mudslides, downed power lines and cut telephone service in towns near the epicenter, located 15 miles southeast of Manzanillo--340 miles west of Mexico City--in the small coastal state of Colima.
SPORTS
September 11, 1988 | KENNETH REICH, Kenneth Reich , The Times' lead Olympic writer for the Los Angeles Games , has written the book, "Making It Happen, Peter Ueberroth and the 1984 Olympics . "
The 1984 Olympics went right when so many people here and abroad thought they would go wrong. From the inception of Los Angeles' bid for the Games in 1977, which followed closely the financially disastrous Montreal Olympics, there was strong public sentiment that an Olympics here would more likely than not lose money. Had anyone predicted that the Games would actually turn a profit of $222.7 million, as they did, he would probably have been laughed out of the city.
NEWS
October 19, 1993
Contributing to coverage of the Denny case verdicts were Times staff writers Miles Corwin, Paul Feldman, Andrea Ford, Laura A. Galloway, Shawn Hubler, K. Connie Kang, Eric Malnic, Penelope McMillan, John L. Mitchell, Sonia Nazario, Jim Newton, Mack Reed, James Rainey, Kenneth Reich, Cecila Rasmussen, Carla Rivera, John Schwada, Richard Simon and Cynthia L. Viers.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 4, 1998
Today we're pleased to announce the debut of two columnists in The Times Orange County Edition. Shawn Hubler gives voice to the everyday delights and concerns in our lives. Her column will appear on this page every Monday. Kenneth Reich tackles the tales of consumers, telling you about those who take on bureaucracies and companies. His column appears Mondays on Page B3.
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