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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 31, 2013 | By Ari Bloomekatz
Southern California residents who have suffered through days of hot and muggy weather conditions may soon get some relief. A turn in airflow and slightly cooler temperatures and lower humidity may be just around the corner, said meteorologist Carol Smith of the National Weather Service station in Oxnard. "Today we're looking at mid-90s away from the coast ... tomorrow kind of edging down to the mid-80s," she said. "It will still be kind of humid, but the trend is in the direction of drying as we get less moisture coming up in the area.
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NEWS
April 25, 2012 | By Meghan Daum
In my April 19 column , I weighed in on the latest round in the "mommy wars": the firestorm ignited when Democratic pundit Hilary Rosen accused Ann Romney of "never working a day in her life"; a statement President Obama then condemned, saying, "There is no tougher job tougher than being a mom. " By way of exploring the ways in which Americans are obsessed with and define themselves according to circumscribed notions of work, I submitted that...
NEWS
July 25, 2012 | By Maeve Reston
LONDON - Mitt and Ann Romney arrived in London showing their U.S.A. colors as they prepared to attend the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games, but given the tight security encircling them, it seemed unlikely they would be spotted by many expatriate or English fans outside of their public events. The hotel where the Romneys are staying, which overlooks Hyde Park and is hosting many top Olympics officials, was a virtual fortress of security Wednesday afternoon, shortly after the Romneys arrived.
NATIONAL
January 26, 2012 | By Matea Gold and Tom Hamburger, Washington Bureau
Some investments listed in Mitt and Ann Romney's 2010 tax returns — including a now-closed Swiss bank account and other funds located overseas — were not explicitly disclosed in the personal financial statement the Republican presidential hopeful filed in August as part of his White House bid. The Romney campaign described the discrepancies as "trivial" but acknowledged Thursday that it was reviewing how the investments were reported and would...
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 14, 2012 | Gale Holland, Los Angeles Times
Everyone else seems to have calmed down. But I'm still shaking my head at the mom Olympics that competed with the real ones this political season. First, former State Department official Ann-Marie Slaughter in the Atlantic magazine told us we can't have it all. Then Marissa Mayer, the new head of Yahoo, declared she'd work through her brief maternity leave. The usual chorus of voices rose to defend or attack each woman. The mommy wars, yawn. I just can't get worked up over them anymore.
NATIONAL
November 17, 2008 | Nicholas Riccardi, Riccardi is a Times staff writer.
In June, leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints made a fateful decision. They called on California Mormons to donate their time and money to the campaign for Proposition 8, which would overturn a state Supreme Court ruling that permitted gay marriage. That push helped the initiative win narrow passage on election day. And it has made the Mormon Church, which for years has striven to be seen as part of the American mainstream, a political target.
SPORTS
February 12, 1999 | MIKE PENNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cleanup and confession were the dominant Olympic themes emanating from here Thursday as the Salt Lake Organizing Committee named a new president and an American member of the International Olympic Committee admitted giving a job to the son of an IOC member who resigned last month because of the bribery scandal.
OPINION
October 11, 2012
Re "Romney assails Obama foreign policy," Oct. 9 It is absurd for Mitt Romney to criticize anyone in the area of foreign policy. Romney has called Russia our "No. 1 geopolitical foe" (as though the Cold War continues). He promised to brand China a currency manipulator and impose tariffs on Chinese goods on Day 1 of his administration (without mentioning Day 2, when China may well stop purchasing U.S. Treasury notes, thus sending interest rates soaring and our economic stability into tatters)
OPINION
November 28, 2007
Re "Working to break his own storybook spell," Nov. 24 Mitt Romney is not working to break the positive patterns he has established in his life, nor is he apologizing for the stability of his life. Would it be so bad to have a president who was as disciplined in his personal affairs as we would like our government to be in our national affairs? The implication of the article is that the voters should view Romney's lack of problems as a problem.
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