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The Week in Pictures | November 4 – 10, 2013

The Week in Pictures | November 4 – 10, 2013

Posted On: 6:00 p.m. | November 8, 2013

Each week we bring you the very best in visual journalism. One of the strongest storms ever recorded battered the central Philippines, ripping off rooftops, knocking out power and communications and forcing hundreds of thousands of people from their homes. View Post»

Pictures in the News | November 8, 2013

Pictures in the News | November 8, 2013

Posted On: 9:18 a.m. | November 8, 2013

Friday's Pictures in the News be gins in Asia, where the strongest typhoon this year slammed into the Philippines, setting off landslides, knocking out power in several provinces and cutting communications in the country's central region of island provinces. Four people died. View Post»

1944 CHP vehicle inspection stop
  • Al Humphreys / Los Angeles Times

1944 CHP vehicle inspection stop

Posted On: 12:35 a.m. | November 8, 2013

California Highway Patrol officers check cars funneled into "stationary" traffic block on Western Ave. south of Sunset Blvd. View Post»

Photo essay | Holy Land drag queen
  • Oded Balilty / Associated Press

Photo essay | Holy Land drag queen

Posted On: 11:55 a.m. | November 7, 2013

By Oded Balilty A week before the annual gay pride parade in Tel Aviv, I was looking for something to shoot other than the colorful procession that's seen every other year. I searched newspapers and websites related to the local gay community and found out about a drag queen school in the city's gay center. I was invited to shoot backstage before the students' first show when a man with a... View Post»

Pictures in the News | Nov. 7, 2013

Pictures in the News | Nov. 7, 2013

Posted On: 10:10 a.m. | November 7, 2013

In Thursday's Pictures in the News, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies restrain family members of a man suspected of burglarizing a market at Firestone Boulevard and Hooper Avenue in South L.A. on Wednesday as the man is wheeled to an ambulance. Authorities said the man was believed to have entered in the early morning, perhaps falling through a skylight, and hidden there till about noon. ... View Post»

Fans check out the 1973 Rams
  • Art Rogers / Los Angeles Times Archive/UCLA

Fans check out the 1973 Rams

Posted On: 12:28 a.m. | November 7, 2013

The fence surrounding the Los Angeles Rams training camp at Cal State Fullerton is a popular gathering place for kids of all ages. View Post»

Veterans Affairs properties are at risk of being demolished

Veterans Affairs properties are at risk of being demolished

Posted On: 8:23 p.m. | November 6, 2013

Hundreds of landmarks on U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs properties are at risk of being demolished because of the agency’s lack of maintenance and its failure to comply with federal laws protecting historic sites, according to a study by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. View Post»

Pictures in the News | November 6, 2013

Pictures in the News | November 6, 2013

Posted On: 9:29 a.m. | November 6, 2013

Wednesday's Pictures in the News begins in the Southland, where a Los Angeles councilman arrives with a life-size cardboard cutout of William Mulholland at the LA Aqueduct Cascades for a reenactment of the opening of the Aqueduct 100 years ago. In nearby Orange County, a ghoulish couple stroll through downtown Santa Ana for the Noche de Altares (Night of Altars) street festival. View Post»


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