Managing Editor, Digital, LA Times
Managing Editor, Digital, Los Angeles Times. Former White House spokesman & Internet Dir. Schwarzenegger alum. CSMonitor alum. US Senate alum. Up the Irons!
latimes.com — In a legal deposition, celebrity chef Paula Deen has reportedly admitting making racial slurs. (Carlo Allegri/Associated Press / ) Looks like Paula Deen has cooked up another mess for herself. In a videotaped deposition, the celebrity chef has reportedly admitted openly making racist jokes and slurs.
gawker.com — On Saturday, Jesus Mabalot, a 38-year-old resident of Anchorage, Alaska, went to his church's picnic at a state park campground. While there, he presumably mingled and talked with his fellow churchgoers. He reportedly drank throughout the afternoon, and, at some point, stuffed his backpack with BBQ.
latimes.com — The Los Angeles county coroner's office had yet to determine Tuesday night whether a body recovered from a fiery car crash was that of award-winning journalist Michael Hastings. The body was badly charred and identified only as "John Doe 117," law enforcement authorities told The Times.
latimes.com — Journalist Michael Hastings, best known for a Rolling Stone feature that led to the resignation of Gen. Stanley McChrystal, died early Tuesday in a car crash in Los Angeles, his employer said. Neither the Los Angeles Police Department nor coroner's officials could immediately confirm whether Hastings was the victim of a single-car crash that occurred about 4:25 a.m.
ktla.com — HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (KTLA) - A man was killed Tuesday morning when the car he was driving slammed into a tree and caught fire. The wreck happened near the intersection of Hollywood and Melrose avenues around 4:15 a.m. in Hollywood, according to LAPD Officer Lillian Carranza. The man was pronounced dead at the scene.
huffingtonpost.com — Journalist Michael Hastings died in a car crash in Los Angeles early Tuesday at the age of 33, according to a statement from his employer, BuzzFeed. Prior to reporting for BuzzFeed, Hastings contributed to Rolling Stone and GQ magazine.
rollingstone.com — Michael Hastings, the fearless journalist whose reporting brought down the career of General Stanley McChrystal, has died in a car accident in Los Angeles, Rolling Stone has learned. He was 33. Hastings' unvarnished 2010 profile of McChrystal in the pages of Rolling Stone, " The Runaway General," captured the then-supreme commander of the U.S.-led war effort in Afghanistan openly mocking his civilian commanders in the White House.
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