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Tim Arango
New York Times national correspondent, based in Los Angeles. previous: bureau chief in Baghdad and Istanbul, media reporter in New York. tarango@nytimes.com
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Julie Bloom May 17
Chinese Government Expresses Outrage at Allegations Against U.S.C. Doctor from , and from Los Angeles:
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Jennifer Medina May 15
For years, staffers complained of inappropriate exams. The gynecologist wasn’t suspended until one went to rape crisis center. Even after he was gone, there was no report to patients or state medical board.
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Jacob Wolf May 6
This story from and is crazy:
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Tim Arango May 3
The Cold Case That Inspired the ‘Golden State Killer’ Detective to Try Genealogy via
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Adam Goldman Apr 27
What happens when an FBI lawyer and Contra Costa County detective team up?
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Matt Stevens Apr 13
This is a really excellent NYT story on LAT’s big day. Has some tantalizing nuggets in it. Ex: PSS wants to “lure a big name editor” to lead. 👏🏼👏🏼
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Rebecca Keegan Apr 13
The L.A. Times moving to El Segundo is like the N.Y. Times moving to Ronkonkoma. But if the LIRR didn't exist. Godspeed, friends.
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Jonathan Martin Apr 7
Great joint on the entire American pol and entertainment establishment rolling out red carpet for the Saudis, fresh off their throwing members of royal family into a Ritz-cum-prison
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Tim Arango Apr 7
He saw Clinton, but not Obama or Carter
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Jose A. Del Real Mar 30
Great piece by : "Greater diversity in LAPD has not ended longstanding police biases against black men. 'It doesn’t seem to be white versus black, but blue versus take-your-pick,' said Steven A. Lerman, a lawyer who represented Rodney King."
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Tim Arango Mar 30
Long before police shootings and protests in Ferguson, Mo., or Sacramento focused America’s attention on how the police treat black men, Los Angeles was a byword for police brutality and racism. Here is the story of one recent police shooting in LA.
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Tim Arango Mar 30
Anatomy of a Los Angeles Police Shooting: A Black Teenager, a Missing Gun, Protests, Grief via
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Steve Saldivar Mar 29
is not an official holiday. But in Los Angeles, it might as well be.
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Loveday Morris Mar 27
Paul Bremer is now a ski instructor in Vermont, which he says is more relaxing than running the CPA. Apparently he's "much more at peace now". Hope Iraqis also get to relax and see a lasting peace soon.
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Tim Arango Mar 16
The Price French Bulldogs Pay for Being So Cute via
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UpFront Mar 9
You might find this discussion interesting. asks US Brigadier General (Ret.) Mark Kimmitt if the US should apologise for invading Iraq. Full interview:
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Tim Arango Mar 4
Everything from spilled apple juice to a lockdown, and all on Pajama Day: A look into the world of school resource officers, who may be giving hugs one minute and need to morph into a tactical warrior the next.
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Tim Arango Mar 3
Bill was such a wonderful soul and loving presence in my life and many others. What a man. William Borders, Former Times Reporter and Editor, Dies at 79 via
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