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The sunrise over Santa Fe Dam on March 26 in Irwindale.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times

Participants in a downtown rally seek autographs from Dr. Luigi Gratton, vice president of marketing of Herbalife, during a demonstration by members in support of the embattled company on March 25. About 4,000 people dressed in green, waved signs and cheered executives in a show of support for the company, which has been accused of being an illegal pyramid scheme.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times

A large group of striking farmworkers pray on the roadside in Vicente Guerrero, Baja, Mexico, on March 25. As a farm laborer strike enters its second week, agribusiness representatives are resisting farmworker demands for a living wage.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Don Bartletti / Los Angeles Times

Long Beach Police Chief Robert Luna and Mayor Robert Garcia announce the arrests of multiple suspects in connection with the Jan. 3 kidnapping and murder of 3-week-old Eliza Delacruz, shown in photo, at a news conference at Long Beach Police Department on March 25.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times

Firefighter Donny McMasters walks through the tornado-damaged River Oaks Estate mobile home park in Sand Springs, Okla., on March 26.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Sue Ogrocki / AP

An armed member of the Houthi militia keeps watch as people gather beside vehicles allegedly destroyed by a Saudi airstrike in Sana, Yemen.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: YAHYA ARHAB / EPA

Marseille prosecutor Brice Robin, center, with Gen. David Galtier, right, holds a news conference in Marseille, France, on March 26. Robin said the co-pilot was alone at the controls of the Germanwings flight and "intentionally" sent the plane into the doomed descent, killing 150 people.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: AP

Alexa Scimeca and Chris Knierim of the United States perform during the ISU World Figure Skating Championship at the Oriental Sports Center in Shanghai, China, on March 25.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Ng Han Guan / AP

A trumpeter and his horse fall as the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment parades in Hyde Park in London on March 26.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Kirsty Wigglesworth / AP

British television presenter Jeremy Clarkson is surrounded by media as he leaves his London home on a bicycle on March 26. The BBC announced that it was not renewing his "Top Gear" contract after he physically attacked a producer.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: JUSTIN TALLIS / AFP

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1 Comment

  1. March 28, 2015, 9:37 am

    An injustice for one is an injustice for all in the recent I learned that I have had asperger syndrome. All my life suffering cruel and hateful acts from others; never understanding as to why. When my co worker’s at UPS discovered I had a life threatening condition they became hateful and cruel demanding me out of their department. Management moved me to another area saying I was the most hated person at UPS and it was easier to handle me than the others. My pay was cut in half; I told Mr. Coffee, the manager I would sue if he did not get right with me. He told me to go a head and sue. I looked for legal representation and they all wanted tall money that I did not have. So I represent myself. However I requested the court to appoint representation on two occasions. These request fell on deaf ears. Today I have an appeal in the 6th circuit court of appeals because I really believe that there was so much on the line or at stake. The court should have granted me representation and it was a mistake on their part for not doing so. THE PLAYING FIELD WAS UNFAIR, IT WAS AN UN LEVEL PLAYING FIELD. I HAVE A MENTAL DISABILITY. It was wrong that the court allows the mentally disabled to appear in court without proper representation. This fight to me is not just for me but for all the mentally disabled who want to work but want to with out being discriminated against.

    By: Timothy Kays

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