USC University Village Closure Displaces Small Restaurant Owners

The USC University Village closure displaces small restaurant owners and leaves them without a job. 



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USC Hosts Irvine For NCAA Men's Volleyball Championships

Among a sold-out crowd in the USC Galen Center, #2 USC hosts #1 UC Irvine for the NCAA men's volleyball national title.

Among a sold-out crowd in the USC Galen Center, #2 USC hosts #1 UC Irvine for the NCAA men's volleyball national title. 



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USC Students Unsure How Safety Will Improve

Jerry Ting
Associate News Editor

USC students are unsure whether measures taken by the university will actually improve safety for students.

Some say they're wary of how effective Nikias' measures will be.



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Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Reflects On His Innovations

Steve Wozniak speaks to students at the University of Southern California

Steve Wozniak considers himself a geek who likes to watch Star Trek.



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USC Shooting Brings Together Divided Asian Community

USC students gathered Wednesday to remember two students from China killed in a shooting.

Students from across Asia grieve the shooting of two students from China.



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NFL To Be Brought Back To LA By One Powerful Man

Philip Anschutz, who built LA Live, has built more stadiums than did the Romans.

Philip Anschutz, who built LA Live, has built more stadiums than did the Romans.



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Romney Needs To Unify GOP To Compete Against Obama

Mitt Romney needs to unify the GOP to stand a chance against Obama.

Mitt Romney needs to recover from a competitive GOP primary and look forward.



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Pasadena Police Shooting May Be Investigated

Kendrec McDade's shooting by Pasadena police may be under investigation.

Kendrec McDade's shooting by Pasadena police may be under investigation.



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Obamacare Hearing To Sway Elections Regardless Of Outcome

Liberal and conservators voter will be reignited depending on the court's ruling.

Supreme Court decision will come during increasingly polarized political climate.



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Louisiana Primary Last Stand For Some

Santorum needs to pull out a win in Louisana to continue to challenge Romney.

Losing the Louisiana primary may be too great a setback to overcome for Gingrich and Santorum.



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Brown Vs. Munger: A Tale Of Two Tax Plans

Infographic by Jerry Ting.

How California's tax plans stack up.



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Super Tuesday: Virginia Voters May Vote For Paul In Protest

Mitt Romney is the front runner in the Virginia Primary on Super Tuesday.

Romney leads the polls in Virgnia, but Santorum and Gingrich supporters may vote for Paul. 



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Gay Rights Movement Unprecedented In Momentum

Currently six states issue same-sex marriage licenses with several considering legalizing same-sex marriages.

The momentum in the last few months for same-sex marriage is unprecedented.



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Voting Rights Under Attack By Conservatives

The Voting Rights Act requires certain states to receive DOJ approval before making election-related changes (Creative Commons).

Conservatives attack the Voting Rights Act which gurantees equal access to ballots.



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Los Angeles Reviews LADWP Spending

Electric workers receive annual salaries of almost $100,000 in Los Angeles.

The LADWP pays employees almost $100,000 a year.



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Obama Visits Contested California To Raise Funds and Help Democrats

President Barack Obama speaks to listeners at a campaign event.

Obama makes a strategic stop in Los Angeles and San Francisco.



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Homeboy Industries: A Year Later

(Photo by Jerry Ting)

After nearly going bankrupt, Homeboy Industries manages to find financial stability. 



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UC Students Protest Rising Fees In Sacramento

UC students from Berkeley, Davis, and Merced are protesting in Sacramento.

U.C. students take to Sacramento to lobby legislators to invest in education.



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Enron Ten-Year Anniversary A Time Of Reflection

Enron was an energy giant before filing for bankruptcy in 2001.

10 Years after the Enron Scandal a journalist and a company representative share their story.



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Analyst: Obamacare Likely To Be Upheld By Supreme Court

President Barack Obama is asking the Supreme Court to review Obamacare before 2012.

The Obama Administration takes a risk in asking the Supreme Court to review the case.



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Herman Cain Accused Of Sexual Misconduct By Third Woman

Presidential candidate Herman Cain is under allegations for sexual harrasment.

Political implications of these accusations remain unclear.



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Occupy L.A. Continues After Oakland Clash

Tents at Occupy L.A. (Jerry Ting)

Is Los Angeles next?



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California Bonds Improve In Sales

Gov. Jerry Brown speaks at a news conference.

California bonds are preforming better than expected, suggesting the state will not default.



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Alleged Iran Terror Plot Decried By Critics

Secretary of State Hilary Clinton urges governments to sanction Iran.

U.S. Accusation of Iran's plot to assasinate ambassador is decried by critics.



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Occupy L.A. Protestors Not Scared Away By Rain

Occupy LA continues through cold and rain.

Protestors remain at Occupy LA through cold and rain.



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Turkey Signs Controversial Deal To Drill In Cyprus

A drilling rig out at sea

New pipeline may be retaliation for Greek contact with southern Cypriots.



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Facebook IPO Delayed Until Next Year

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks about Facebook.

Zuckerberg delays initial public offering until next September.



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Report Concludes North Korea Continues Nuclear Program

A confidential United Nations report says North Korea is conducting nuclear activity in violation of U.N. rulings.



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Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Needs Smart Route, Community Says

VIDEO: Community members raise concerns for proposed extension to Montclair.



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Obama to Address Agricultural Subsidies in State of the Union Address

Corn Harvest (Courtesy Creative Commons)

President Obama plans on addressing cutting aid to farmers Tuesday.      



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Activists Protest Budget Cuts In Downtown Los Angeles

VIDEO: Footage of the National Day of Action To Defend Public Education



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