Retired four-star Gen. David Petraeus, who resigned in disgrace as director of the CIA following revelations that he carried on an affair with his biographer, Paula Broadwell, has landed in Southern California. USC announced just after midnight that the architect of the American "counterinsurgency" ... More >>
Kenneth Starr.Pepperdine University Monday announced a nationwide search for a law school dean after Kenneth Starr revealed he's leaving the post to become president of Baylor University in his native Texas. As the U.S. independent counsel during the administration of Bill Clinton his invest ... More >>
Many expect state Supreme Court to back Proposition 8
Last fall, when gay marriage opponents from the Mormon and Catholic churches were funding an extraordinarily expensive campaign to sell Proposition 8 to California voters, the "Yes on 8" campaign, headed by political strategist Frank Schubert, adopted a distinctly secular tone. Every now and then th ... More >>
The color of dirt
Meet the L.A. four who started all the trouble
All the news the Times should be covering and isnt
Bashing Hillary from the right — and the left
A few of the issues Bill Clinton needs to come clean on
The ongoing saga of Air America
Ted Stein’s turbulent flight comes to an end — for now
New details from Blackmun’s papers show how 1992 begets 2004
Can Bob Shrum beat Karl Rove?
Suzan-Lori Parks is rewriting the American
Whip it good
Should genetically modified produce frighten you?
Bush, Gore and the limits of orthodoxy
Sir Peter Hall's rep of Shakespeare's comedies at the Ahmanson
Why the American Right can’t move on
The congressman from Glendale is the most hard-line of the House managers
In — but not of — the district
Goaded by America’s indifference, Republicans rampage in Senate
And Washington may never be the same again
Donatien Alphonse François, a.k.a. the Marquis de Sade
From Gingrich to Lungren, the right is routed
Racy Elizabethans, speedy Cruise
Barbara Boxer's toughest campaign
Sandra Tsing Loh on Bad Sex . . . and more. So much more.
...The people who were interviewed said that they felt they had been stopped because they were minorities, pointing to the fact that the police had not issued them tickets. As a working police officer, I hear too much of this in the media...
Intern trouble in swingin' D.C.
Kenneth Starr's theocratic law
The Crucible reinterpreted
A publisher meets his public
Sacramento rapper becomes first imprisoned for his lyrics
Loony prosecutors! Rabid media! Oval Office obsessions!