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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 22, 2014 | By Richard Winton
Two Los Angeles police officers who are being sued on allegations of using excessive force took the witness stand Wednesday and denied that they beat a former banking executive during an arrest that left the man with a broken shoulder blade and multiple nose fractures. LAPD Officer James Nichols told jurors hearing a federal civil rights lawsuit that he never struck onetime Deutsche Bank Vice Chairman Brian Mulligan, a former co-chair of Universal Pictures, with a baton and wasn't even carrying one during the May 2012 confrontation in Highland Park, as Mulligan has alleged.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 21, 2014 | By Richard Winton
A former Hollywood and banking executive's excessive force trial against the LAPD began Tuesday with him testifying that an officer's baton fractured his nose, broke his shoulder blade and shattered his life. Brian Mulligan, the former vice chairman of Deutsche Bank and former co-chairman of Universal Pictures, held up his blood-soaked shirt in court and called the 2012 encounter with two police officers "a nightmare night, a very scary night that continues today. " Mulligan recalled his version of events that unfolded shortly before 1 a.m. May 16, 2012, with Los Angeles Police Officers James Nichols and John Miller.
SPORTS
December 25, 2013 | By Dan Loumena
All J.J. Watt, the star Houston Texans defensive end, wants for Christmas is plastic surgery for his busted nose. OK, the NFL's reigning defensive player of the year probably wants more than that. The nose job, which he likely needs to clean up scarring from a gash that reopened during games after the initial injury, will come after the season. “Once it gets time to heal up and rest, it goes back to pretty normal,” Watt told the Associated Press in reference to his nose.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 19, 2013 | By Joel Rubin
A judge has tossed out the claims of a former Hollywood deal-maker and banking executive that the Los Angeles police union conspired to retaliate against him for suing LAPD officers. In an order issued this week, U.S. District Judge R. Gary Klausner found Brian Mulligan fell far short of making a legitimate legal case in his lawsuit against the Los Angeles Police Protective League. Mulligan's allegations against the union were part of a broader story of abuse and conspiracy the onetime Deutsche Bank vice president leveled against the LAPD and the union in a lawsuit after his arrest by LAPD officers in May 2012.
OPINION
December 3, 2013 | By Sarah Chayes
He's done it again. Afghan President Hamid Karzai has startled and dismayed the world. After an arduous diplomatic process to define the terms of a future international presence in Afghanistan, he balked at the last second, like a white-eyed horse in front of a jump. Karzai was on board when the language of the Security and Defense Cooperation Agreement with U.S. negotiators was finalized on Nov. 19. Less than a week later, a gathering of Afghan elders, officials and community leaders (known as a loya jirga )
SPORTS
December 1, 2013 | By Eric Sondheimer
The Koch family knows drama. Howard W. Koch was one of Hollywood's biggest producers. And his grandson, Billy, is the managing partner for Little Red Feather Racing. The star horse in the stable, Egg Drop, provided plenty of thrills Sunday at Betfair Hollywood Park. Taking the lead from the start in the Grade I, $250,000 Matriarch, Egg Drop surrendered the lead to Discreet Marq in midstretch, then rallied along the rail under Martin Garcia and came away with a nose victory in the one-mile turf race at odds of 10-1.
NEWS
November 26, 2013 | By Stacey Leasca
Babies may be cute and cuddly, but (as any sleep-deprived parent knows) they can also be smelly, vicious, mini fighting machines. That's why everyone should watch this instructional and (very tongue in cheek) video “How to fight a baby.” Comedian Gavin McInnes shot the instructional video with his own baby, showcasing a few signature baby-fighting moves including the sleeper hold, the power-slam, tickling and of course what he calls a baby's Achilles' heel: wind. You may have thought a grown man would come out the victor in the man versus baby grudge match, but McInnes wasn't so lucky.
OPINION
November 18, 2013 | By The Times editorial board
What team nickname would you give to a high school in Granada Hills? Something Spanish-sounding, to go with "Granada," perhaps? The folks at Granada Hills High School must have instead focused on the "Hills" part way back when, because the teams, the students, the teachers - they're all called the Highlanders. As in the Scottish Highlands. The marching band dresses in tartan kilts and includes bagpipers; rally squads dance the Highland fling. The wonderfully incongruous name is no slam on the real Highland Scots; in fact, Scottish American groups embrace the school and its salute to their culture.
NEWS
November 18, 2013 | By Amy Hubbard
A Boeing airliner crash was caught on video Sunday, showing the plane perpendicular as it crashed nose first into the ground. Fifty people -- 44 passengers and six crew members -- died as the plane exploded into a fireball.  See the video above. The crash occurred Sunday evening in Kazan, Russia . The city is the capital of the Tatarstan republic, and as the Los Angeles Times' Sergei Loiko reported from Russia, among the dead was the son of the president of the republic.
SPORTS
November 7, 2013 | Sam Farmer
The last time Cam Cleeland had two good eyes, a pillowcase was being pulled over his head. It was 15 years ago in a University of Wisconsin La Crosse dormitory that housed New Orleans Saints players for training camp. Cleeland and his fellow rookies were herded at one end of a long, narrow hallway. Their veteran teammates, most of them drunk, lined either side of the hall, leaving about a one-foot gap to get through. This was the gantlet, a well-worn Saints tradition of hazing and a rite of passage for the rookies.
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