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Mistreatment of Sessions reveals a lot about Trump: Charles Krauthammer

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    What to do for little Charlie Gard: Charles Krauthammer

    One cannot imagine a more wrenching moral dilemma than the case of little Charlie Gard. He is a beautiful 11-month-old boy with an incurable genetic disease. It depletes his cells’ energy-producing structures (the mitochondria), thereby progressively ravaging his organs. He cannot hear, he cannot see, he can barely open his eyes. He cannot swallow, he cannot move, he cannot breathe on his own. He suffers from severe epilepsy and his brain is seriously damaged. Doctors aren’t...

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    Wireless-access bill can help L.A. businesses connect and compete: Guest commentary

    In Los Angeles, we’re not just competing with other California cities. Economic competition extends far beyond our state borders, and Los Angeles needs to be able to compete for investment and business from all over the world. These days, the availability of latest-generation technology is critical for attracting businesses and new opportunities. Businesses want to know they can rely on this new technology and the technology of the future. Unfortunately, many of our communities...

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    Metro electric buses could deliver for workers as well as environment: Guest commentary

    The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) has been a leader in advancing clean-air solutions for public transportation dating back to the early 1990s, when it became the largest transit agency in the country to transition from diesel to natural gas buses. Recognizing that its current fleet still runs on fossil fuels and that cleaner bus technology options exist, Metro is about to weigh a big decision to phase out fossil fuels and move to all-electric...

    By Erika Thi Patterson and Evan Gillespie|

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    Executive loses when image, truth wrestle: Guest commentary

    It’s riveting: The president of the United States and the media appear to be engaged in an intense wrestling match that has effects on all of our lives. The reality is it’s just another example of the timeless wrestling match between image and truth. This is what happens when government officials, business executives and others seek to increase their power and influence. The person in a position of authority seeks to shape their image by controlling their...

    By Calvin Naito|

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    Skepticism might be best response to N. Korea ‘crisis’: Commentary

    “But we have to do something, don’t we?” This is the most repeated trope not only in American history but in the history of every great power. While my generation, of the 1960s, wanted to give peace a chance, history pushes us to give war a chance. After all, we can’t let “mad men” get away with threatening us or killing their own people. It’s amazing how many of our adversaries develop diagnosable psychiatric disorders. Muammar...

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    California’s economy outstrips other states’ — including Texas: Thomas Elias

    For many years, Californians have heard “experts” (read: folks who figure to profit by touting the theory) claim their state suffers from a lousy business climate and is steadily losing middle-class population and jobs to other states, especially arch-rival Texas. The current national secretary of Energy, Rick Perry, even made radio and television commercials while governor of Texas touting the advantages of moving there. And there have been moves: a major one is the...

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