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February 4, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
 Perhaps Downey Warren should change its nickname from Bears to Phantoms, as in Cathedral Phantoms, because there's a big Cathedral influence. Former Cathedral Coach Scott Pearson has three of his former players on his roster _ pitchers Alan Trejo and Byan Duenas and catcher Julian Perez. Perez, a senior, had to sit out last season after transferring. Duenas, a junior, will sit out until April. Trejo sat out about a month last season. All are top players for a team that's beaten Loyola, JSerra and Lakewood in winter games.
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April 23, 2014 | By Seema Mehta
In her new book, “A Fighting Chance,” Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren accuses California gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari of lying to her when he led the taxpayer-funded federal bank bailout. Warren, a Democrat, served as chair of the bipartisan Congressional Oversight Panel that was created in 2008 to scrutinize the $700-billion Troubled Assets Relief Program. In her book, released Tuesday, Warren writes that members of the panel had grown “deeply concerned” that within seven weeks of the law's passage, $172 billion in taxpayer funds had been committed to various banks with little oversight.
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BUSINESS
September 8, 2013 | By Ricardo Lopez
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) urged labor leaders Sunday to prepare for an uphill battle as they seek to strengthen the labor movement, beat back "powerful interests" and enact financial reform.   Warren made a speech at the quadrennial convention of the AFL-CIO, which kicked off Sunday in Los Angeles. The labor federation's convention has brought together traditional union groups with new, progressive allies such as the Sierra Club and the NAACP.  Warren, the freshman senator and newest member  of the Senate Banking Committee, voiced her support for the labor movement, which has seen its political power wane in recent years as union membership has dropped.  Photos: Jobs with the longest and shortest workdays "In every fight to build opportunity in this country ... in every fight for working families, we have been on the front lines because our agenda is America's agenda," Warren said.  "But let's be clear, we have always had to run uphill," she said.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 23, 2014 | By David Lauter, Los Angeles Times
Elizabeth Warren's ninth book is a campaign biography with a twist. Warren, who emerged as a national figure during the early days of the financial crisis, rapidly became a star of the Democratic Party's liberal-populist wing. Her 2012 Senate campaign in Massachusetts attracted so much money and attention that admirers began talking her up as a presidential candidate even before she won. "A Fighting Chance" could easily fit as the next step toward that goal. It weaves her life story and political manifesto in the classic manner of books designed to accompany a run for office.
FOOD
November 25, 2011 | By David Karp, Special to the Los Angeles Times
With the partial exception of Bartletts, great locally grown pears are scarce at farmers markets in Southern California, where warm winters and disease render cultivation problematic. This makes it all the more special that Al Courchesne of Frog Hollow Farm, a rock star organic fruit grower from Brentwood, Calif., an hour east of San Francisco, will make a cameo appearance the next two Wednesdays at the Santa Monica farmers market to sell his legendary Warren pears. Arguably the most delicious pear variety in the world, praised by the likes of Alice Waters, Martha Stewart Living and Oprah Winfrey, the Warren combines the best features of its ancestors, with the intensely sweet, rich, spicy flavor of Seckel, and the larger size and voluptuous juiciness of Comice.
OPINION
May 17, 2007
Re "Campaign calls for Christians to adopt needy kids," May 13 Contrary to this article, Saddleback Church Pastor Rick Warren did not come to an adoption summit hosted by Focus on the Family in Colorado Springs, Colo., to "criticize a narrow focus on abortion, homosexuality and pornography as un-Christian." He came to exhort churches nationwide to find room for the 115,000 U.S. children awaiting adoption. Is the quote attributed to Warren accurate? Sure. But it's hardly a criticism of the "religious right," as the article states.
SPORTS
February 17, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
 Downey Warren plans to introduce Raul Lara as its new football coach on Wednesday. The school sent out a news release on Tuesday night confirming Lara's hiring. Lara spent 13 years as the coach at Long Beach Poly, winning five Southern Section championships. His record was 142-30. He will take over a football program at Warren that has been winless the last two seasons. Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com  
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 23, 2014 | By Seema Mehta
In her new book, “A Fighting Chance,” Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren accuses California gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari of lying to her when he led the taxpayer-funded federal bank bailout. Warren, a Democrat, served as chair of the bipartisan Congressional Oversight Panel that was created in 2008 to scrutinize the $700-billion Troubled Assets Relief Program. In her book, released Tuesday, Warren writes that members of the panel had grown “deeply concerned” that within seven weeks of the law's passage, $172 billion in taxpayer funds had been committed to various banks with little oversight.
BUSINESS
July 12, 2013 | By Jim Puzzanghera
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Elizabeth Warren has launched a campaign to make banks boring again as she pushes legislation to enact stricter regulations forcing deposit-taking financial institutions out of the investment business. The Massachusetts Democrat wants to reinstate the Depression-era Glass-Steagall law, which separated what she called boring checking and savings accounts that are backed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. from risky investment banking. And after joining three other senators Thursday in introducing a bill to do that, Warren went to the Twitterverse to rally support.
BUSINESS
July 12, 2013 | By Jim Puzzanghera
WASHINGTON - Sen. Elizabeth Warren has launched a campaign to make banks boring again as she pushes legislation to enact stricter regulations forcing deposit-taking financial institutions out of the investment business. The Massachusetts Democrat wants to reinstate the Depression-era Glass-Steagall law, which separated what she called boring checking and savings accounts that are backed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. from risky investment banking. And after joining three other senators Thursday in introducing a bipartisan bill to do that, Warren went to Twitter to rally support.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 14, 2014 | By Howard Blume
Los Angeles teachers union President Warren Fletcher said he would no longer actively campaign for reelection, clearing the path for challenger Alex Caputo-Pearl to become the next leader of United Teachers Los Angeles. In the first round of voting in March, Caputo-Pearl received 48% of the votes and Fletcher 21%. The runoff election takes place this month, with ballots set to be counted April 29. In an interview Sunday, the one-term incumbent also said that he had not formally suspended his campaign and that he would serve if he won. But Fletcher emphasized that he had accepted that an incumbent who finished so far back in a primary had little hope of winning a runoff.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 20, 2014 | By Howard Blume
The contest to head the nation's second-largest teachers union will go to a second round, pitting challenger Alex Caputo-Pearl against incumbent Warren Fletcher, who finished a distant second in the initial race, according to results released Thursday. Caputo-Pearl, 45, received 48% of the votes and Fletcher 21%. In the vote-by-mail election, 7,158 members of United Teachers Los Angeles returned ballots, about 23% of those eligible to vote. Fewer than one in four voters supported the one-term incumbent.
NATIONAL
March 17, 2014 | By Molly Hennessy-Fiske
HOUSTON - Polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs, who has been serving a life sentence in Texas prison, has been hospitalized, officials said. Jeffs was in stable condition Monday at a Galveston hospital, where he was admitted March 11 for treatment of a non-life-threatening condition, according to Texas Department of Criminal Justice spokesman Robert Hurst. Hurst declined to release additional details, including why Jeffs, 58, was hospitalized. Jeffs was transferred to the hospital from a state prison in Palestine, about 140 miles north of Houston, where he had been held in isolation.
SPORTS
February 17, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
 Downey Warren plans to introduce Raul Lara as its new football coach on Wednesday. The school sent out a news release on Tuesday night confirming Lara's hiring. Lara spent 13 years as the coach at Long Beach Poly, winning five Southern Section championships. His record was 142-30. He will take over a football program at Warren that has been winless the last two seasons. Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com  
NEWS
February 13, 2014 | By Michael McGough
Sen. Elizabeth Warren's populist crusade has a new objective: preventing “a corporate capture of the federal courts.” The Massachusetts Democrat and progressive heroine graciously concedes that “there are some really talented judges who came from the private sector.” But she insists that “it matters that someone has represented people other than corporate clients, that they've had real experience with people who can't afford lawyers, that...
SPORTS
February 4, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
 Perhaps Downey Warren should change its nickname from Bears to Phantoms, as in Cathedral Phantoms, because there's a big Cathedral influence. Former Cathedral Coach Scott Pearson has three of his former players on his roster _ pitchers Alan Trejo and Byan Duenas and catcher Julian Perez. Perez, a senior, had to sit out last season after transferring. Duenas, a junior, will sit out until April. Trejo sat out about a month last season. All are top players for a team that's beaten Loyola, JSerra and Lakewood in winter games.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 27, 2010 | By Jon Caramanica, Special to the Los Angeles Times
It's been only a few years since Dr. Drew Pinsky first brought C-list celebrities and invasive video cameras to the Pasadena Recovery Center to film "Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew," and already it's a punchline. At the beginning of each episode of the crude, fantastical, tragic- comedy series "Warren the Ape" ( MTV, Mondays at 10:30 p.m.), our protagonist, a down-on-his-luck puppet attempting to build a comeback after losing an acting career to addiction, sits with Dr. Drew in the same chair that's held the likes of Heidi Fleiss, Jeff Conaway and Rodney King.
OPINION
September 6, 1998
Is chivalry dead? I always thought that covering up an extramarital affair was a virtue, not a crime. WARREN STARK Carlsbad
SPORTS
January 29, 2014 | By Chuck Schilken
Warren Sapp wasn't happy when Michael Strahan set the all-time sack record in 2002 on what appeared to be a dive by Green Bay quarterback Brett Favre. And with Strahan a leading candidate to join him in the Hall of Fame this year, Sapp is unhappy with his fellow former lineman again. "When you stack it up, and he only has four straight Pro Bowls and a mythical sack record that y'all still walk around like it's something to be praised -- I mean y'all have got to get off your high horse in New York and speak about the real," Sapp, now an analyst with the NFL Network, told Newsday.
BUSINESS
January 21, 2014 | By Stuart Pfeifer
Even billionaires like Warren Buffett think watching sports is more fun with a little money on the line. Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is insuring a Quicken Loans contest that will award $1 billion to anyone who can correctly guess the winners of all 67 games in this spring's NCAA men's basketball tournament. Buffett said the idea for the contest was his. He said he was talking sports with Quicken Loans founder and Chairman Dan Gilbert in November when he pitched the idea to insure a $1-billion prize for a perfect bracket.
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