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French sociologist Emile Durkheim wrote, "No fact is more readily transmissible by contagion than suicide." According to writer Giles Fraser, the media play a part in this transmission. In an article in the British newspaper The Guardian, Fraser argues...
A student club at Pasadena High School has started a petition calling on school district officials to halt public spending on products from companies that manufacture or sell guns. Tenth-graders Roxana Honowitz and Mia Hepner, leaders of the school&...
Glendale City Councilman Rafi Manoukian is pushing a ban of gun shows at Glendale Civic Auditorium. Mayor Frank Quintero is backing Manoukian's proposal, saying, "I think the time has come for this country to reexamine easy access to guns." Manoukian...
Q: Many consider this to be the season of peace and hope. Reflecting on 2012, what has given you peace? What are your hopes for the coming year? Peace and hope are rather difficult concepts to ponder in light of this past week's horrific events at the...
Tags: Politics, Christmas, Human Interest, Tra Thomas, NATO
Workers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory are asking for a congressional investigation into the agency's data security efforts after learning the theft of a laptop and documents last month may have compromised information for 10,000 NASA employees. The...
An increasingly bitter battle to replace termed-out Assemblyman Mike Eng (D-Monterey Park) spilled over into a Pasadena courtroom on Wednesday, with the wife of Republican candidate Matthew Lin winning a temporary restraining order against the campaign of...
Tags: Mike Eng, Litigation, Politics, Arts and Culture, Trials
Pasadena City Council members voted last week to give themselves and many city workers a 3% salary increase next year, offsetting pension reforms that will cost municipal employees but save taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars. Two council...
Pasadena City Council members voted Monday to give themselves and many city workers a 3% salary increase next year, offsetting pension reforms that will cost municipal employees but save taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars. Two council members...
Pasadena City College student Isaac Barrera sat in the dining room of his family's Boyle Heights apartment, asking his youngest brother Israel if he recalled what prompted immigration officials to detain Isaac and their brother Ruben last year. “...
Although the U.S. military's presence in Afghanistan is winding down, with combat troops scheduled to be withdrawn by the end of 2014, suicides in the U.S. military have risen sharply this year. In the first 155 days of 2012, 154 service members have...
Tags: Politics, Human Interest, Suicide, Barack Obama, Stress
WASHINGTON — On the surface, President Obama would seem to have a strong hand as he heads to the annual Group of 8 economic summit. Instead, the meetings Monday and Tuesday seem set to provide the first test of how much his administration's...
From what I've been reading, the Santa Monica killer was packing an illegal assault rifle and 40 high-capacity ammunition magazines. He sprayed 100 bullets and had access to 1,300. And, oh yes, he was a mental case. The guy's exact background and...
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