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LA Times National News
Nov 11, 2019

Noel Ignatiev, scholar who called for abolishing whiteness, dies at 78
Noel Ignatiev, a historian who wrote "How the Irish Became White" and co-edited the journal Race Traitor, dies at 78.



LA Times National News
Nov 11, 2019

Man set on fire after police shoot protester in Hong Kong
Neither protesters nor the government is showing any sign of compromise amid the violent standoff in Hong Kong.



LA Times National News
Nov 11, 2019

Protester shot and man set on fire as violence surges in Hong Kong
Neither protesters nor the government are showing any sign of compromise amid the violent standoff in Hong Kong.



LA Times National News
Nov 11, 2019

Newsletter: Fallout in the Marshall Islands
Here are the stories you shouldn't miss today: TOP STORIES Fallout in the Marshall Islands Between 1946 and 1958, the United States detonated 67 nuclear bombs on, in and above the Marshall Islands.



LA Times National News
Nov 11, 2019

Heading into crucial British vote, a patrician prime minister takes up the populist Brexit banner
Brexit is the big question in Britain's upcoming election. To champion that cause, Prime Minister Boris Johnson plays to populism.



LA Times National News
Nov 11, 2019

Ex-felons allowed to vote? Floridians gave the issue national prominence, but it could be in jeopardy
Ex-felons in Florida had their right to vote restored through Amendment 4. But within months, Florida's legislature tried to limit the effect of the initiative.



LA Times National News
Nov 11, 2019

Ex-felons allowed to vote? Floridians said yes, but it may not be so simple
Ex-felons in Florida had their right to vote restored through Amendment 4. Within months, Florida's Legislature tried to limit the effect of the initiative.



LA Times National News
Nov 11, 2019

Supreme Court case of Trump vs. 'Dreamers' may come down to Chief Justice Roberts
Dreamers' best hope for victory at the Supreme Court almost surely depends on Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr.



LA Times National News
Nov 11, 2019

Protester shot, man set on fire as violence surges in Hong Kong
The 21-year-old is in intensive care after operation on his ruptured kidney and liver.



LA Times National News
Nov 11, 2019

Police shoot Hong Kong protester during morning rush hour
The 21-year-old is in intensive care after operation on his ruptured kidney and liver.



LA Times National News
Nov 10, 2019

At least one Hong Kong protester shot by police during morning rush hour
At least one Hong Kong protester was shot with live ammunition by police Monday morning as tensions soared over a planned general strike that disrupted commuter traffic across the city.



LA Times National News
Nov 10, 2019

Bolivian President Morales resigns after deadly protests
After calling for a new election earlier in the day, Evo Morales, South America's longest-serving leader, announced his resignation amid unrest.



LA Times National News
Nov 10, 2019

Bolivian President Morales resigns from office after deadly protests
After calling for a new election earlier in the day, Evo Morales, South America's longest-serving leader, announced his resignation amid unrest.



LA Times National News
Nov 10, 2019

Bolivian President Morales calls for new election after deadly protests
Bolivia's Evo Morales called for a new election after his claim to have won a fourth term triggered suspicions of fraud and set off deadly protests.



LA Times National News
Nov 10, 2019

15 months, 5 trips, a gut-wrenching sight: How we reported the Marshall Islands story
We started out planning to focus on the U.S. legacy of radiation in the Marshall Islands, then encountered firsthand the effects of climate change. Both issues are converging in the central Pacific.



LA Times National News
Nov 10, 2019

He saw a Marshall Islands nuclear bomb test up close. It's haunted him since 1952
Alan Jones witnessed the first U.S. hydrogen bomb test in the Marshall Islands. He was shaken by the terror of the explosion and believes the radiation exposure may have plagued him for years.



LA Times National News
Nov 10, 2019

Column: How often has Trump changed his story on Ukraine? Let us count the ways
President Trump has changed his story on Ukraine so many times in the impeachment probe that it's hard to keep up. Here's a score card.



LA Times National News
Nov 10, 2019

For Spain, Franco's exhumation causes consternation
The disinterment and reburial of the remains of longtime Spanish military dictator Francisco Franco — a political milestone for the governing Socialist party — has stirred up controversy among his supporters and residents.



LA Times National News
Nov 10, 2019

The tiny plastic packages that are fueling Asia's waste crisis
Single-use sachets have helped low-income consumers but cannot be easily recycled, and are spilling into the oceans.



LA Times National News
Nov 09, 2019

In the Deep South, a reenactment for the 21st century
First came the SUVs and golf carts. Then came the men on horseback.



LA Times National News
Nov 09, 2019

Amazon's big spending to defeat socialist Seattle City Council member fails to deliver
Amazon dropped a "money bomb" on the Seattle City Council elections. It missed Kshama Sawant, a socialist incumbent and one of the company's primary targets.



LA Times National News
Nov 09, 2019

Pot or not? Confusion over hemp grows, as seen in a New York case of seized plants and a related arrest
New York police boast of seizing plants they say is marijuana, and a shop owner is arrested. But the grower and shop owner say the plants are hemp, not marijuana -- and perfectly legal.



LA Times National News
Nov 09, 2019

Pot or not? Hemp confusion grows, as seizure and arrest in New York show
New York police boast of seizing plants they say is marijuana, and a shop owner is arrested. But the grower and shop owner say the plants are hemp, not marijuana -- and perfectly legal.



LA Times National News
Nov 09, 2019

Germany marks 30th anniversary of the fall of Berlin Wall, but post-Cold War gains are under threat
Hundreds of thousands of Germans converged at this once-divided city's iconic Brandenburg Gate to celebrate the fall 30 years ago of the Berlin Wall.



LA Times National News
Nov 08, 2019

Another red line is crossed in Hong Kong as a 22-year-old protester dies after fall
The student who died had been in the hospital since Sunday, after falling from a multistory parking garage during a confrontation between protesters and police.



LA Times National News
Nov 08, 2019

Another red line is crossed in Hong Kong as a 22-year-old student dies
The student who died had been in hospital since Sunday, after falling from a multistory parking garage during a confrontation between protesters and police.



LA Times National News
Nov 08, 2019

Billionaire Michael Bloomberg would face a steep climb in the 2020 presidential race
The former New York mayor and Trump critic will have a steep climb in the 2020 Democratic primary contest if he decides to run. He would bet on winning later and larger states.



LA Times National News
Nov 08, 2019

Bogaletch Gebre, who fought to end female genital mutilation in Ethiopia, dies in L.A.
Gebre helped end nearly all cases of female genital mutilation in areas where her organization worked.



LA Times National News
Nov 08, 2019

Elizabeth Warren took down an Obama nominee from Wall Street. Was it for nothing?
In 2014, Sen. Elizabeth Warren demonstrated her ability to galvanize liberals. But as it turns out, the fight she won was mostly symbolic.



LA Times National News
Nov 08, 2019

Elizabeth Warren used bare-knuckle tactics to take down an Obama nominee
In 2014, Sen. Elizabeth Warren demonstrated her ability to galvanize liberals. But as it turns out, the fight she won was mostly symbolic.



LA Times National News
Nov 08, 2019

Newsletter: Girding for the impeachment battle
Here are the stories you shouldn't miss today: TOP STORIES Girding for the Impeachment Battle With public hearings in the House impeachment inquiry into President Trump starting next week, both sides of the aisle are gearing up.



LA Times National News
Nov 08, 2019

Opinion: The Berlin Wall fell and the U.S. learned the wrong lessons. It got us Donald Trump
Three decades into the post-Cold War era, we can assess what U.S. primacy has yielded. U.S. global leadership has been irrelevant or counterproductive.



LA Times National News
Nov 08, 2019

Kim Kardashian enters China's influencer world — just in time for the country's shopping frenzy
Despite the trade war, American products — and celebrities — still have cachet in China. Just ask Kim Kardashian.



LA Times National News
Nov 08, 2019

Kim Kardashian enters China's influencer world. She says she'd love to eat hot pot and play mah-jongg
Despite the trade war, American products — and celebrities — still have cachet in China. Just ask Kim Kardashian.



LA Times National News
Nov 08, 2019

Hong Kong protesters call for 'revenge' after 22-year-old student dies in fall
The student who died had been in hospital since Sunday, after falling from a multi-story parking garage during a confrontation between protesters and police.



LA Times National News
Nov 07, 2019

Amazon spends big in attempt to defeat Socialist city council member in Seattle election
Amazon dropped a "money bomb" on the Seattle City Council elections. Kshama Sawant, a Socialist incumbent, was one of its primary targets.



LA Times National News
Nov 07, 2019

Amazon's big spending to defeat socialist Seattle City Council member apparently fails to deliver
Amazon dropped a "money bomb" on the Seattle City Council elections. Kshama Sawant, a socialist incumbent, was one of its primary targets.



LA Times National News
Nov 07, 2019

Mormons mourn their massacred relatives in Mexico: 'Our lives will never be the same'
Memorial services begin in Mexico for Mormon family members killed this week.



LA Times National News
Nov 07, 2019

Democrats to build case for abuse of power against Trump next week
Democrats hope three State Department witnesses will help build the case that President Trump abused his power. But they haven't decided yet how expansive their impeachment articles will be.



LA Times National News
Nov 07, 2019

Mormons mourn their massacred kin in Mexico: 'Our lives will never be the same'
Memorial services will be held in Mexico for some of the Mormon families killed.



LA Times National News
Nov 07, 2019

Historic Armenian monuments were obliterated. Some call it 'cultural genocide'
For centuries the sacred khachkars of Djulfa stood tall along the banks of the River Aras — hulking and ornately carved 16th-century headstones, an army 10,000 strong, steadfastly guarding the world's largest medieval Armenian cemetery.



LA Times National News
Nov 07, 2019

1 in 4 Americans are uncertain about Trump impeachment, poll finds
As public hearings on impeachment near, many Americans haven't made up their minds, a USC/Los Angeles Times poll finds. They're generally younger, less partisan and paying less attention.



LA Times National News
Nov 07, 2019

1 in 4 Americans uncertain about impeachment as public hearings near, poll finds
With the House set to begin public hearings on impeachment, about 1 in 4 Americans haven't made up their minds about it, a new USC/Los Angeles Times poll finds. They're generally younger, less partisan and paying less attention to the news.



LA Times National News
Nov 07, 2019

Newsletter: Who's undecided on impeachment? 1 in 4
Here are the stories you shouldn't miss today: TOP STORIES Who's Undecided on Impeachment?



LA Times National News
Nov 07, 2019

GOP is already thinking about how to turn a Senate impeachment trial to Trump's advantage
Senate impeachment trial could keep 2020 candidates in Washington during lead-up to Iowa



LA Times National News
Nov 07, 2019

Fighting nationalism and religious violence in Myanmar, one rose at a time
A small but passionate group of interfaith activists has sought to bridge Myanmar's religious divisions, sometimes at personal risk.



LA Times National News
Nov 07, 2019

Buddhists fight violence against Muslims with flower power
A small but passionate group of interfaith activists has sought to bridge Myanmar's religious divisions, sometimes at personal risk.



LA Times National News
Nov 07, 2019

By handing out roses, Buddhists fight violence against Myanmar's Muslims
A small but passionate group of interfaith activists has sought to bridge Myanmar's religious divisions, sometimes at personal risk.



LA Times National News
Nov 06, 2019

For Mexico ambush victims, there was no safety in numbers
The Mexican government has suggested the attack on members of a Mormon community was a case of mistaken identity. The victims' relatives say the group was targeted.



LA Times National News
Nov 06, 2019

Top Ukraine diplomat Bill Taylor threatened to quit over 'nightmare' Trump demand, transcript shows
Previously disclosed text messages show William B. Taylor Jr. navigating the interests of Trump and his personal lawyer, Rudolph W. Giuliani, outside the normal State Department processes.



LA Times National News
Nov 06, 2019

Newsletter: That quid pro quo
Here are the stories you shouldn't miss today: TOP STORIES That Quid Pro Quo Gordon Sondland, U.S. ambassador to the European Union and a key defender of President Trump in the impeachment inquiry, has revised his statement to House impeachment investigators.



LA Times National News
Nov 06, 2019

Massacre of U.S. citizens aims spotlight at Mormon community with deep roots in Mexico
The deadly attack Monday on U.S.-Mexican citizens in northern Mexico has brought renewed attention to the history of fundamentalist Mormon communities that settled in northern Mexico in the 19th century.



LA Times National News
Nov 06, 2019

Massacre of U.S. citizens puts spotlight on Mormon community with deep roots in Mexico
The deadly attack Monday on U.S.-Mexican citizens in northern Mexico has brought renewed attention to the history of fundamentalist Mormon communities that settled in northern Mexico in the 19th century.



LA Times National News
Nov 06, 2019

U.S. victims in Mexico massacre were tied to family with a long history of violence
The deadly attack Monday on U.S.-Mexican citizens in northern Mexico has brought renewed attention to the history of fundamentalist Mormon communities that settled in northern Mexico in the 19th century.



LA Times National News
Nov 06, 2019

Even in discordant times, a poignant national symbol endures in Britain. It's small and red
Many Britons wear artificial red poppies at this time of year to commemorate war dead. But even a symbol of unity can be divisive.



LA Times National News
Nov 05, 2019

Trump calls for 'war' on drug cartels after 9 Americans killed in Mexico
The victims, three women and six children, were members of a fundamentalist Mormon sect that has been based for decades in a remote stretch of Mexico southwest of El Paso.



LA Times National News
Nov 05, 2019

Trump calls for 'war' on drug cartels after nine Americans killed in Mexico
The victims, three women and six children, were members of a fundamentalist Mormon sect that has been based for decades in a remote stretch of Mexico southwest of El Paso.



LA Times National News
Nov 05, 2019

Trump calls for 'war' on drug cartels after 9 U.S. citizens killed in Mexico
The victims, three women and six children, were members of a fundamentalist Mormon sect that has been based for decades in a remote stretch of Mexico southwest of El Paso.



LA Times National News
Nov 05, 2019

Trump calls for 'war' after 9 U.S. citizens killed in attack in Mexico
The victims, three women and six children, were members of a fundamentalist Mormon sect that has been based for decades in a remote stretch of Mexico southwest of El Paso.



LA Times National News
Nov 05, 2019

9 U.S. citizens — including six children — killed in attack in northern Mexico
Officials in the northern Mexican state of Sonora told a local newspaper that seven American citizens were killed Monday



LA Times National News
Nov 05, 2019

They've managed the forest forever. It's why they're key to the climate change fight
Scientists and world leaders increasingly recognize the need to bolster indigenous rights not only on humanitarian grounds, but for the good of the global environment.



LA Times National News
Nov 05, 2019

Newsletter: Going to the transcripts
Here are the stories you shouldn't miss today: TOP STORIES Going to the Transcripts House committees that have conducted the impeachment inquiry into President Trump behind closed doors for the last six weeks have released the first two transcripts of witness testimony, and more could be on the way today.



LA Times National News
Nov 05, 2019

'Deep fake' videos could upend an election — but Silicon Valley may have a way to combat them
Technologists unveil the first significant effort to arm reporters and campaigns with software tools to combat the growing problem of "deep fake" videos. The effort faces formidable hurdles — both technical and political — and developers say there's no time to waste.



LA Times National News
Nov 05, 2019

South Dakota executes man in 1992 slaying of former co-worker
A convicted killer who fatally stabbed a former co-worker during a 1992 burglary was executed on Monday.



LA Times National News
Nov 04, 2019

'We don't just study': Inside Asia's bloody history of student-led protests
In the quest for democracy throughout Asia, students often lead the way.



LA Times National News
Nov 04, 2019

Trump says he wants to keep Syria's oil. Here's the problem
President Trump has ordered U.S. forces to secure oil fields in northeastern Syria and has said the United States will keep the oil. But there was never that much oil in Syria, and nearly a decade of civil war has badly damaged the country's capacity to exploit it.



LA Times National News
Nov 04, 2019

Trump left the Paris Agreement, but cities, states and companies say they're still in. How much can they do?
How close can U.S. cities, states and companies get to meeting the country's abandoned climate goals without help from the federal government?



LA Times National News
Nov 04, 2019

News Analysis: Cities, states and companies vow to meet U.S. climate goals without Trump. Can they?
How close can U.S. cities, states and companies get to meeting the country's abandoned climate goals without help from the federal government?



LA Times National News
Nov 04, 2019

In Spain, thousands protest verdict in sex crime case
In Spain, thousands protest verdict in sex crime case



LA Times National News
Nov 04, 2019

In Berlin, quirky reminders linger from East-West divide
In Berlin, quirky reminders linger from East-West divide



LA Times National News
Nov 04, 2019

Newsletter: Amazon at your ... campsite?
Here are the stories you shouldn't miss today: TOP STORIES Amazon at Your ... Campsite?



LA Times National News
Nov 04, 2019

How rock 'n' roll shook East Berlin's core — and the wall
East Germans recall how their hard-line government tried to keep out rock music, considered a 'weapon of NATO policy.' Then Bruce Springsteen played.



LA Times National News
Nov 04, 2019

Did rock 'n' roll help bring down the Berlin Wall?
East Germans recall how their hard-line government tried to keep out rock music, considered a 'weapon of NATO policy.' Then Bruce Springsteen played.



LA Times National News
Nov 04, 2019

Who brought down the Berlin Wall? It might have been the Boss
East Germans recall how their hard-line government tried to keep out rock music, considered a 'weapon of NATO policy.' Then Bruce Springsteen played.



LA Times National News
Nov 04, 2019

Iran held these Americans hostage 40 years ago. Here's what they have to say about U.S.-Iran relations
Years later, some former hostages at U.S. Embassy in Tehran say America and Iran have more reason to be allies than enemies. Others are not so sure.



LA Times National News
Nov 04, 2019

Forty years later, former U.S. Embassy hostages reflect on relations with Iran
Years later, some former hostages at U.S. Embassy in Tehran say America and Iran have more reason to be allies than enemies. Others are not so sure.



LA Times National News
Nov 04, 2019

Forty years later, former U.S. Embassy hostages reflect on the future of relations with Iran
Years later, some former hostages at U.S. Embassy in Tehran say America and Iran have more reason to be allies than enemies. Others are not so sure.



LA Times National News
Nov 03, 2019

Days after breaking pelvis, former President Carter is back teaching Sunday school
Former President Carter taught a Bible lesson on life after death Sunday less than two weeks after breaking his pelvis in a fall.



LA Times National News
Nov 03, 2019

They were hostages in Iran for 444 days. Decades later, they're waiting for compensation
A 2015 bill set aside money to compensate Iran hostages, their spouses and children. But only a fraction of the money has come through.



LA Times National News
Nov 02, 2019

Trump a Florida man? Not a done deal
Donald Trump a Florida man? Not so fast. Despite a stinging "good riddance" tweet from New York's governor, the president's home state may not let him go to Florida without a fight.



LA Times National News
Nov 02, 2019

Washington tribe saves Snoqualmie Falls land, held sacred, from development
The Snoqualmie tribe is buying acreage around the majestic falls shown in the "Twin Peaks" TV series to prevent development on sacred land east of Seattle. The controversy has a lower profile than protests elsewhere, but the deal is a win for a Native American cause.



LA Times National News
Nov 02, 2019

Scenes of turmoil: Kurds protest Turkey's incursion into Syria, lament U.S. withdrawal
Kurds protesting Ankara's expansion into Syria march through the streets of an ethnic-Kurdish border city.



LA Times National News
Nov 02, 2019

Is it safe to travel to Hong Kong?
The chant of "What about the riots?" from people in Los Angeles fell on my deaf ears.



LA Times National News
Nov 01, 2019

Beto O'Rourke ends his presidential run as hype fails to match reality
The former El Paso congressman never matched the performance that made him a star after near-miss 2018 Texas Senate bid



LA Times National News
Nov 01, 2019

Beto O'Rourke ends presidential run, as hype fails to match reality
The former El Paso congressman never matched the performance that made him a star after near-miss 2018 Texas Senate bid



LA Times National News
Nov 01, 2019

Beto O'Rourke drops out of 2020 presidential race
Beto O'Rourke, the former congressman from El Paso who entered the 2020 Democratic presidential contest on a wave of hype but slowly sank from contention, announced his withdrawal Friday on Twitter.



LA Times National News
Nov 01, 2019

'Dear Europe ...' J.K. Rowling and other British authors bid farewell to Continent
British writers who have drawn inspiration from the Continent mourn the end of an affair, as Britain looks to separate from the European Union.



LA Times National News
Nov 01, 2019

J.K. Rowling's powerful Brexit parting words: 'I really don't want to lose my homeland'
British writers who have drawn inspiration from the Continent mourn the end of an affair, as Britain looks to separate from the European Union.



LA Times National News
Nov 01, 2019

With Brexit looming, British literary luminaries pen farewells to continental Europe
British writers who have drawn inspiration from the Continent mourn the end of an affair, as Britain looks to separate from the European Union.



LA Times National News
Nov 01, 2019

Iraqis defy crackdown to hold biggest antigovernment protests yet
Tens of thousands of Iraqis mass in Baghdad, defying a crackdown that has killed scores of people since antigovernment protests erupted a month ago.



LA Times National News
Nov 01, 2019

Elizabeth Warren outlines $20-trillion 'Medicare for all' plan at pivotal point in the campaign
Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren proposes a $20-trillion 'Medicare for all' plan funded by hefty taxes on the rich and corporations.



LA Times National News
Nov 01, 2019

Newsletter: The impeachment stage is set
Here are the stories you shouldn't miss today: TOP STORIES The Impeachment Stage Is Set On a near party-line vote, and with not a single Republican in support, the House of Representatives has passed a resolution affirming the impeachment investigation into President Trump and clearing the way for public hearings.



LA Times National News
Nov 01, 2019

The land of 'El Chapo' was once at peace. Then it was in flames
The Sinaloa cartel shattered the social contract in Culiacan last month when it took the city hostage.



LA Times National News
Nov 01, 2019

There was an unspoken pact between narcos and civilians. It broke when 'El Chapo's' son was captured
Culiacan has long been a city of open secrets.



LA Times National News
Nov 01, 2019

There was an unspoken pact between narcos and civilians. It broke when El Chapo's son was captured
The Sinaloa cartel shattered the social contract in Culiacan last month when it took the city hostage.



LA Times National News
Nov 01, 2019

There was an unspoken pact between narcos and civilians. Then El Chapo's son was captured
The Sinaloa cartel shattered the social contract in Culiacan last month when it took the city hostage.



LA Times National News
Oct 31, 2019

Final 'Or-derrrs': U.K. House of Commons Speaker John Bercow bows out
Final 'Or-derrrs': British House of Commons Speaker John Bercow bows out



LA Times National News
Oct 31, 2019

Islamic State names new leader, threatens 'vengeance' against U.S.
Islamic State confirms the death of its leader Abu Bakr Baghdadi and names a successor, vowing "vengeance" for his death.



LA Times National News
Oct 31, 2019

The Trump-Netanyahu bromance appears over. What's that mean for the Middle East?
President Trump has cooled on his erstwhile best friend Benjamin Netanyahu, whose political fortunes are faltering. Israel's enemies will feel emboldened.



LA Times National News
Oct 31, 2019

Belgium confronts ugly colonial past, but African museum renovations don't please everyone
Controversy over Belgium's renovated Royal Museum for Central Africa is in some ways akin to the debate in the United States over Civil War memorials.



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