January 27, 2021

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Can Kim Jong Un’s economic ambitions survive the COVID-19 pandemic?

After declaring three years ago that his country fulfilled it decades-long ambition to become a nuclear power, North Korean leader

January 26, 2021 By LA Times

After declaring three years ago that his country fulfilled it decades-long ambition to become a nuclear power, North Korean leader

Jimmie Rodgers, singer of ‘Honeycomb’ and other hits, dies at 87

Jimmie Rodgers, singer of the 1957 hits “Honeycomb” and “Kisses Sweeter Than Wine” whose career in music and movies was disrupted

January 24, 2021 By LA Times

Jimmie Rodgers, singer of the 1957 hits “Honeycomb” and “Kisses Sweeter Than Wine” whose career in music and movies was disrupted

First-ever global treaty to ban nuclear weapons enters into force

The first-ever treaty to ban nuclear weapons entered into force Friday, hailed as a historic step to rid the world

January 22, 2021 By LA Times

The first-ever treaty to ban nuclear weapons entered into force Friday, hailed as a historic step to rid the world

Editorial: How can America recover from its Trump-induced trauma?

Thursday, the nation will wake up and there will be no tweet from the president of the United States fomenting

January 21, 2021 By LA Times

Thursday, the nation will wake up and there will be no tweet from the president of the United States fomenting

President Biden reverses Trump’s travel ban targeting Muslim-majority countries

President Biden, in one of his first moves in office, reversed the immigration restriction put in place by the Trump

January 21, 2021 By LA Times

President Biden, in one of his first moves in office, reversed the immigration restriction put in place by the Trump

Korean Americans who remember 1992 riots fight to save LAPD station

During the 1992 riots, Chang Lee stood on the roof of his family’s mini-mall in Koreatown holding a borrowed gun

January 19, 2021 By LA Times

During the 1992 riots, Chang Lee stood on the roof of his family’s mini-mall in Koreatown holding a borrowed gun

Five takeaways from Pompeo’s Twitter victory lap

When Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo launched his unusual Twitter victory lap on New Year’s Day, he promised

January 19, 2021 By LA Times

When Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo launched his unusual Twitter victory lap on New Year’s Day, he promised

Biden’s national security Cabinet nominees face Senate tests

President-elect Joe Biden’s national security Cabinet may be bare on Day One of his presidency, but an inauguration eve

January 19, 2021 By LA Times

President-elect Joe Biden’s national security Cabinet may be bare on Day One of his presidency, but an inauguration eve

Editorial: Our disastrous president

Having failed in his effort to thwart the voters’ will and hold on to power, Donald J. Trump will leave

January 17, 2021 By LA Times

Having failed in his effort to thwart the voters’ will and hold on to power, Donald J. Trump will leave

Gen. Mark Milley key to military continuity when President-elect Joe Biden takes office

In taking charge of a Pentagon battered by leadership churn, the Biden administration will look to one holdover as a

January 17, 2021 By LA Times

In taking charge of a Pentagon battered by leadership churn, the Biden administration will look to one holdover as a

Biden agenda of executive actions on Day 1 to address immigration, climate and pandemic

President-elect Joe Biden plans to issue a flood of executive orders in his first days in office, signaling a sharp

January 16, 2021 By LA Times

President-elect Joe Biden plans to issue a flood of executive orders in his first days in office, signaling a sharp

North Korea holds huge military parade as Kim Jong Un vows nuclear might

North Korea displayed new submarine-launched ballistic missiles under development and other military hardware in a parade that underlined leader Kim

January 15, 2021 By LA Times

North Korea displayed new submarine-launched ballistic missiles under development and other military hardware in a parade that underlined leader Kim

Why veterans of the military and law enforcement joined the Capitol insurrection

An Air Force veteran from Southern California and ardent conspiracy theorist bent on war against the government. An Army psychological

January 15, 2021 By LA Times

An Air Force veteran from Southern California and ardent conspiracy theorist bent on war against the government. An Army psychological

Soy latte with a shot of diplomacy? China’s leader asks ex-Starbucks CEO to help fix Sino-U.S. ties

Chinese President Xi Jinping has appealed to former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz to help repair Sino-U.S. relations, which have

January 15, 2021 By LA Times

Chinese President Xi Jinping has appealed to former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz to help repair Sino-U.S. relations, which have

Today’s Headlines: Impeached, again

President Trump has been impeached a historic second time, but the Senate trial won’t come until after he leaves

January 14, 2021 By LA Times

President Trump has been impeached a historic second time, but the Senate trial won’t come until after he leaves

Renie Bardeau, photographer who captured Disneyland’s early evolution, dies

It was 1976 and Kim Petersen found herself on the fringe as several photographers prepared to shoot Disneyland’s bicentennial-them

January 14, 2021 By LA Times

It was 1976 and Kim Petersen found herself on the fringe as several photographers prepared to shoot Disneyland’s bicentennial-them

Demoted? Pushed aside? Fate of North Korean leader’s powerful sister is unclear

What has happened to Kim Yo Jong, the influential sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un?  That’

January 13, 2021 By LA Times

What has happened to Kim Yo Jong, the influential sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un?  That’

Sacha Baron Cohen moves the needle of history with ‘Borat,’ ‘Chicago 7'

Sacha Baron Cohen was all set to play radical activist Abbie Hoffman in 2007. Steven Spielberg planned to direct the Aaron

January 12, 2021 By LA Times

Sacha Baron Cohen was all set to play radical activist Abbie Hoffman in 2007. Steven Spielberg planned to direct the Aaron

Column: ‘That page doesn’t exist.’ Welcome to life without Trump’s Tweets

He’s the most dangerous president in modern memory and he wielded his Twitter account like a weapon of mass

January 11, 2021 By LA Times

He’s the most dangerous president in modern memory and he wielded his Twitter account like a weapon of mass

North Korea’s Kim vows to improve ties with outside world

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un underscored the need to drastically improve his nation’s ties with the outside world

January 08, 2021 By LA Times

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un underscored the need to drastically improve his nation’s ties with the outside world