Political Reporter, LA Times
Non-Academy Award winning political writer for the LA Times. Proud California native, happiest when in the Sierra. Them hills aren't brown, they're golden.
latimes.com — LAS VEGAS - He was just a kid from the neighborhood who never had much. Mature for his age, the eldest of 11 children, Marcos Arenas always knew his blue-collar father was just scraping by. So the iPad was precious, a gift for his 15th birthday and the Christmas before that and all the other birthdays when he never got anything.
latimes.com — WASHINGTON - President Obama took pains to place the new restrictions on targeted killings he announced Thursday into the context of a broad reappraisal of the nation's anti-terrorism effort. Drones are not "a cure-all for terrorism," he said in his speech at the National Defense University.
latimes.com — SEATTLE - Dan Sligh was on his way to a camping trip with his wife when he noticed the oversized truck in front of him on Interstate 5. It seemed about four feet too wide on the right side for the bridge they were approaching near Mount Vernon , Wash.
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latimes.com — The magnitude 5.7 earthquake that struck Northern California on Thursday was the largest on-land temblor in California since 2008, officials said. The last quake similar to this magnitude was a magnitude 5.5 that struck Southern California in July 2008, said David Schwartz, an earthquake geologist for the Northern California USGS division in Menlo Park.
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