Tehran, June 24, IRNA -- Managing Director of Iranian Oil Terminals Company Peirouz Mousavi announced on Saturday preparedness of 9 jetties for berth of oil tankers in Kharg Terminal.
Host nation Russia fought valiantly but could not avoid early elimination at the Confederations Cup after a 2-1 loss to Mexico on Saturday in Kazan, a result that secured the Mexicans a place in t
Ahwaz, June 24, IRNA -- Managing Director of Khuzestan Regional Electricity Company (KREC) Mahmoud Dasht-e-Bozorg said on Saturday that KREC has signed memorandum of understanding (MoU) with French i
Here's how the Senate version of Trumpcare might change your healthcare access and costs.
Home may be where the heart is, but it certainly hasn’t been where the wins are for the Galaxy this season. And that’s becoming cause for concern. “We have to win now at home,” said midfielder Rom
British officials are investigating a cyberattack on the country's Parliament after discovering "unauthorized attempts to access parliamentary user accounts." A spokeswoman for the House of Common
Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova beat Lucie Safarova in the Aegon Classic semifinals on Saturday in Birmingham, England, to reach the first final since her playing hand was injured in a k
Ahvaz, Khuzestan Prov, June 24, IRNA – Director General of Khuzestan Province Airports said on Saturday that the two-way flights between Ahvaz city of Iran and Tbilisi city of Georgia started as of F
A 125-pound gentle giant named Martha has been crowned the winner of the World's Ugliest Dog Contest. The gassy Neapolitan mastiff was a favorite of the Northern California crowd from the start at
Two news items jumped out at me in the last several days. Item one: The U.S. Senate, after conducting its business behind closed doors, burped up a healthcare reform package that is likely to thro
Hi. I’m Carolyn Kellogg, book editor of the L.A. Times, with this week’s newsletter. THE BIG STORY “This book is not just an appreciation of our friendship or an acknowledgment of Coach Wooden’s d
As the summer heats up, the pleasures of Southern California farmers markets intensify, especially if you head out early in the morning when the farmers — and your neighbors — are in a conversatio
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When I met Dan I wasn’t wearing a seatbelt. An L.A. native, I’ve waded through a sea of the city’s most promising players. I’ve had my heart marred by the son of a Middle Eastern mogul, been duped
My first suggestion for surviving summer: Avoid any and all sports tournaments. We were at one the other day, if not in the bosom of Los Angeles, then up near the larynx. Four games. Gravel parkin
Tucked within a garden courtyard, this remodeled three-story in Marina del Rey takes entertaining to new heights, with a penthouse-level bar room that opens to an ocean-view deck space. Scaled for
Kid Rock has officially checked out of Malibu, but with a whimper rather than a bang. The singer-songwriter recently sold his Balinese-inspired compound for $9.5 million, $2.1 million less than he
Question: Our HOA’s website, which was created and controlled by the management company, houses a treasure trove of documents and information pertaining to our association and its members. The web
If the ubiquity of pollutants in modern life has you yearning for the simpler ways of California’s early residents, an unusual scientific experiment may prompt you to reconsider. After constructin
In an interview to CNBC-TV18#39;s Latha Venkatesh, Anant Narayan of Standard Chartered, R Shankar Raman of Larsen and Toubro and V Srinivasa Rangan of HDFC spoke about the strength of the rupee vers
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It is Saturday, June 24. Here’s what you don’t want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES The dream is dead — for now A high-profile e
Bill Cosby was not convicted of sexually assaulting Andrea Constand. Nor was he acquitted. And while his supporters may be claiming a victory, his legal travails are far from over. Following the d
What a difference four years makes. In the summer of 2013, newly elected Mayor Eric Garcetti faced the first significant test of his leadership skills. He had won the election despite the fact tha
Government-sanctioned and supported “supervised injection centers,” where addicts can bring their illicitly obtained drugs and shoot up with little fear of arrest or a fatal overdose, have been in
To the editor: I’m a doctor, and I’m sick and tired. (“Senate Obamacare repeal bill would slash federal healthcare funding for Medicaid,” June 22) Over the last six years, I have taught a course a
To the editor: Lawyer and sociologist Laura Beth Nielsen ignores the obvious: the mischief that would result from allowing government to determine what is hate. (“The case for restricting hate spe
To the editor: Promoters of the nascent movement of scientists into political life suggest that rational, objective research (and researchers) in government will lead to better policy results for
Luanda - Since last February revenues that enter the Single Treasury Account (CUT) receive a tighter control, resulting from the implementation of up-to-date computer technology installed by the Mini
President Trump cited Cuba’s poor human rights record as his primary reason for tightening the restrictions on travel and business dealings with that island nation that were loosened by his predec
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A $330-billion price tag should not deter California from establishing a single-payer healthcare system.