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SPORTS
February 25, 2014 | By Chris Foster
USC guard Byron Wesley will play this week, Coach Andy Enfield said Tuesday. Wesley, the Trojans' leading scorer, was suspended for USC's games at Stanford and California last week for violating an unspecified team rule. He will be in the lineup against Oregon State on Thursday and Oregon on Saturday. “Byron has another whole year here and he needs to understand, he needs to be a leader,” Enfield said. “We're doing our part as a coaching staff to help him understand that.” Wesley averages 17.6 points and 6.9 rebounds per game.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 24, 2014 | By Patrick McGreevy
SACRAMENTO - Senate leaders said Monday they will give Sen. Ronald S. Calderon (D- Montebello ) one week, until March 3, to either resign or take a leave of absence, after which he will face a possible Senate vote to suspend him from office. “I think it is fair that we give Sen. Calderon a chance to consider the request we made” last Friday, said Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg (D-Sacramento). “We are being very deliberative.” Senate Republican leader Bob Huff of Diamond Bar said he is willing to go along with the Democrats' move to give Calderon some time to act. “Certainly, giving time to let some of the issues run their course with Sen. Calderon, who is not here today, is something we are willing to go along with the pro tem on, as long as action is coming soon,” Huff told reporters.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 21, 2014 | By Patrick McGreevy
SACRAMENTO -- Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg (D-Sacramento) said the Senate Democratic Caucus agreed Friday to ask Sen. Ronald Calderon to resign or take a leave of absence, and if he refuses, the Senate would move to suspend him pending the outcome of the criminal case. Calderon, a Democrat from Montebello, was charged Friday with 24 federal counts involving the taking of $100,000 in bribes to affect legislation. Steinberg said in a statement that he values the legal process and the principle that people are innocent until proven guilty.
WORLD
February 14, 2014 | By Amro Hassan
CAIRO - Libya's former army chief posted a video statement on Friday calling for the suspension of the government, parliament and constitution, but the nation's prime minister dismissed the remarks as a failed attempt to engineer a coup. Reflecting the continued political chaos in the country since his rebel forces helped to overthrow Moammar Kadafi in 2011, former Maj. Gen. Khalifa Haftar called for the formation of a presidential committee and a temporary cabinet to lead Libya until new elections could be held.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 13, 2014 | By Martin Tsai
In "A Stranger in Paradise," hedge-fund hotshot Josh (Colin Egglesfield of "The Client List" and the "Melrose Place" TV reboot) narrowly evades an SEC investigation with an impromptu trip to Thailand, only to find thugs and crooked cops on his trail. His brother, Paul (Stuart Townsend), runs a local hot spot and has shady dealings with the mob. The managing partner who urged Josh to take the vacation - who also happens to be Paul's college pal - vanishes along with the mob money he helped launder.
SPORTS
February 7, 2014 | By Bill Shaikin
That long and bitter fight to persuade a court to overturn the Alex Rodriguez suspension? Never mind, the New York Yankees' third baseman said Friday. Rodriguez dropped his lawsuits against Major League Baseball, the players union, and Commissioner Bud Selig, according to a notice of dismissal filed by his attorneys Friday. “Alex Rodriguez has done the right thing by withdrawing his lawsuit," the union said in a statement. "His decision to move forward is in everyone's best interest.” Rodriguez filed suit last month, after an arbitrator reduced his suspension from 211 games to one full season.
SPORTS
February 5, 2014 | By Gary Klein
National signing day could not have gone better for USC. New Coach Steve Sarkisian and his staff closed with a flourish as three top Southland players announced Wednesday that they would become Trojans. Bellflower St. John Bosco lineman Damien Mama, Gardena Serra cornerback and receiver Adoree' Jackson and Long Beach Poly receiver and defensive back John "Juju" Smith said during news conferences at their schools that they were headed to USC. Euphoria pulsated through USC's McKay Center and on Trojans-related message boards as the announcements were made.
BUSINESS
February 3, 2014 | By Andrew Tangel
NEW YORK - The nation's top securities regulator halted the buying and selling of 255 stocks in what the agency called a "massive trading suspension" to curtail a persistent investor fraud. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said Monday the suspensions - part of its "Operation Shell-Expel" - affects stocks of dormant companies based in 26 states and two foreign countries. The action is part of a broader crackdown on fraud involving shares of small, or "micro-cap," companies.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 31, 2014 | By Scott Glover
Acting Los Angeles County Sheriff John L. Scott on Friday suspended a controversial program that consisted of politically appointed civilian “field deputies” who served as aides to former Sheriff Lee Baca. The suspension of the program followed reports on KABC-TV Channel 7 news that raised questions about the extent of the deputies' duties. The most recent report aired Thursday night . Channel 7 reported that there were four employees of the program drawing a combined salary of $500,000 and receiving perks such as take-home cars and cellphones.
SPORTS
January 26, 2014 | By Dan Loumena
Milwaukee Brewers slugger Ryan Braun, ready to resume his All-Star career after a 65-game suspension for violating Major League Baseball's anti-drug policy, took part in the team's annual fan festival and admitted, "I don't ever know if I could apologize enough for what's occurred. " Braun reportedly received a warm welcome, except for one heckler, when he was introduced Sunday at a downtown Milwaukee convention center during the Brewers On Deck event. Braun had drawn the contempt of many fans and baseball officials because he originally denied using performance-enhancing drugs, beat the charge on a technicality and then proceeded to claim his innocence while taking to task everyone involved in the case.
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