PHOTOS: Wacky Scenes At CES 2013

Attendees walk by a CES sign in front of the Las Vegas Convention Center on January 10, 2013. (Rosa Trieu/Neon Tommy)

SLIDESHOW: Off the radar details at this year's CES.



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PHOTOS: On The Floor Of L.A. Auto Show 2012

A concept car by Honda at the L.A. Auto Show 2012 on November 28, 2012. (Rosa Trieu/Neon Tommy)

PHOTOS: See what's on the floor of the L.A. Auto Show 2012.



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USC Annenberg Breaks Ground For New Building

USC Annenberg affiliates break the ground for the new Wallis Annenberg Hall. (Rosa Trieu/Neon Tommy)

SLIDESHOW: USC breaks ground for a new state-of-the-art building, the Wallis Annenberg Hall.



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Change L.A. County Voters Want To See In The 2012 Election

Voters like Jimmy Iwamoto were strongly motivated in participating in the 2012 election. (Rosa Trieu/Neon Tommy)

SLIDESHOW: See what brought L.A. County voters out to polling booths.



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Props. 30 And 32 Ask Occasional Voters To Vote

A volunteer from Good Jobs L.A. reminds an occasional voter to cast her ballot on November 5, 2012. (Rosa Trieu/Neon Tommy)

SLIDESHOW: Good Jobs L.A. in Gardena goes door-to-door to remind occasional voters to cast their ballots.



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VIDEO: L.A. Porn Stars Speak Out Against Measure B

A porn industry backer holds posters against Measure B in Canoga Park on November 3, 2012. (Rosa Trieu/Neon Tommy)

Watch what porn stars have to say about Measure B.



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Wilshire Grand Hotel Becomes $1 Billion Project

L.A. city council members and business leaders in front of the Wilshire Grand Hotel, which began demolition Oct. 23, 2012.

SLIDESHOW: The Wilshire Grand Hotel will become the second tallest building in L.A.



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PHOTOS: Endeavour Inches Its Way Through Inglewood From LAX

(Rosa Trieu/Neon Tommy)

SLIDESHOW: A community gathers in Inglewood to see Endeavour up close



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Reactions To First Vice Presidential Debate

SLIDESHOW: See reactions to the first vice presidential debate between Joe Biden and Paul Ryan.



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SLIDESHOW: An Occupy L.A. Reprise

 

SLIDESHOW: Occupy LA marks its one-year anniversary with a rally



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Care Harbor LA Clinic 2012

SLIDESHOW: Photos from L.A.'s largest free health care event.



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Hot Presses: Inside The L.A. Times Printing Plant Tour

SLIDESHOW: The L.A. Times opened up its doors for a rare tour around its printing plant.



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House Approves Student Loan Bill, Defying Veto Threat In Senate

Speaker of the House John Boehner. (Gage Skidmore/Flickr)

Students are caught between desires for spending cuts and tax increases.



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Obama To Visit Top College Campuses In Three Swing States

President Obama is trying to staying on top of the re-election game. (Wikimedia Commons)

Obama will try to convince Congress to keep interest rates on student loans low.



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U.S. Stocks Mostly Higher, Except For Nasdaq

New York Stock Exchange (photo courtesy of Creative Commons).

Good news came from most U.S. stocks and Europe, except in technology shares.



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Police, USC Announce $125,000 Reward For Info Leading To Murdered Grad Students

Police on the scene in West Adams area (Alan Mittelstaedt)

LAPD encourages help in finding the killer.



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Tornadoes, Storms Predicted Throughout Weekend

A tornado that hit Oklahoma in 1999. (NOAA Photo Library via Creative Commons)

Expect a storm throughout the weekend in Los Angeles.



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Half A Million Mac Computers Infected With Flashback Trojan

(Photo by Robert S. Donovan, Creative Commons)

Has your Mac been infected by the widespread trojan?



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Phone Records May Help Zimmerman's Defense

George Zimmerman (Creative Commons)

Analysis of newly processed versions of Zimmerman's 911 phone call may prove he was not racist.



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U.S. And Other Countries To Pay Rebels In Syria

(Victoria Pickering, Creative Commons)

The Obama Administration has agreed to suit the opposition force up with communications equipment.



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Storm Hits Southern California From NorCal

Photo by Jennifer Kendall

The National Weather Service has issued an advisory due to snow and high winds from a storm moving south.



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Rave Producers, Former L.A. Coliseum Execs Charged In Scandal

A rave hosted by Insomniac in 2007. (Insomniac Events)

Six people were indicted as part of a corruption scandal.



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Pope In Western Hemisphere To Address Drug War And Communism

Pope Benedict. (Creative Commons Licensed by Sergey Gabdurakhmanov)

Expected to cover challenges facing Mexico and Cuba.



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Stephanie Wiggins' Battle To Tackle L.A. Traffic

Stephanie Wiggins, right, shows various community neighborhood councils how Metro ExpressLanes work.

SLIDESHOW: The project manager of the Metro ExpressLanes talks about changing traffic and driving mentality in LA forever.



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Taliban Calls for Vengeance On U.S. After Shooting

Taliban insurgents in support of the peace process, northern Afghanistan, April 2011. (Tamkeen/Wikimedia Commons)

The Afghan Parliament are demanding a public trial within the country.



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Syrian Opposition Regime Says It's Too Late To Talk

Kofi Annan called for peace in Syria (Wikimedia Commons)

Syrian opposition forces reject talks between president and U.N. envoy, calling it pointless.



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"Slut": Term Yields No Results On Rush Limbaugh's Site

(Gage Skidmore, Creative Commons)

You won't find "slut" or some of the related content on Rush Limbaugh's site anymore.



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Teacher And Former Student Embrace National Media Attention

Another teacher-student relationship surfaces. (Photo courtesy of Creative Commons)

The pair defend their relationship on television.



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White House Hints At Tapping Oil Reserve

The White House hinted at tapping into oil reserves to lower gas prices. (Courtesy Creative Commons)

The White House hinted it might tap oil reserves to lower gas prices.



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Iran Ignores International Concerns About Its Nuclear Program

Iran has increased its uranium production, ignoring international concern. (Courtesy Creative Commons)

Iran has tripled its production of enriched uranium, ignoring international concern about its progress toward an atomic bomb.



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Google Sued By Apple Safari User, Under Scrutiny From Lawmakers

Google is being used for violating users' privacy rights. (Creative Commons)

Question over users' privacy violations.



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