Worthless D.C. hacks fawn over Obama during Panetta meeting

Politics | Jamie Weinstein

Liberal Washington Post columnist reveals dirty details

Sources: Koch Industries not buying LA Times

Business | Josh Peterson

Complications cramp business negotiations

Journalist may have attributed fake quote to McCain aide - TheDC

US | Will Rahn

The LA Times’ Timothy Rutten appears to have falsely attributed a quote to former McCain aide Mark Salter and then used it to attack him

TheDC Morning: Charlie Rangel knows a thing or two - TheDC

| Mike Riggs

Read TheDC Morning: An unvarnished e-mail summary of what’s really happening in political news

TheDC Morning: TSA gropes the wrong diplomat - TheDC

| Mike Riggs

Read TheDC Morning: An unvarnished e-mail summary of what’s really happening in political news

Recording captures Brown campaign aide calling Whitman a 'whore' - Fox News

Politics | Vince Coglianese

Private remark captured via voicemail when Brown failed to properly end the call

Dodgers falter every which way in a 13-1 loss to Atlanta - LA Times

Sports | Julia McClatchy (admin)

With 44 games left in the regular season, the Dodgers trail the first-place San Diego Padres by 10 games in the National League West

A Byrd of completely different feather - TheDC

Politics | Mike Riggs

The deceased senator was not only a KKK member but led his local Klan chapter

Argument over media bias doesn’t go quite far enough

Opinion | J. Peder Zane

Much of the mainstream media, especially in their opinion pages and talking-head analysis, have crossed the line into propaganda. Where bias reflects a particular way of looking at the world that emphasizes some facts over others, propaganda is an echo-chamber effort to skew facts in order to serve a larger “truth”

Is 'Shrek's' box office collapse tied to sky-high 3-D ticket prices? - LA Times

Entertainment | Julia McClatchy (admin)

It has been big news everywhere that ‘Shrek Forever After’ took a big tumble at the box office this weekend, barely scraping together $71 million in revenues

Lance Armstrong crashes, exits Tour of California - LA Times

Sports | Julia McClatchy (admin)

Armstrong dramatically crashed out of the Amgen Tour of California, caught in a tangle of at least 20 falling cyclists, leaving the race with a bloodied eye and swollen elbow

A change to the Iraqi election results?

Opinion | Scott Sadler

There is no going back. Iraq must settle its politics, form a government, roll up its sleeves, and begin to serve the people who put them there.

New Google search ranking shuns Net Neutrality

| interns

The Internet has been a revolutionary technology that has empowered the little guy, but not for the reasons Free Press and others neutrality advocates think

Tiger Woods still rules golf - LA Times

Sports | Julia McClatchy (admin)

The voice is apologetic, the posture accommodating, the presence appreciative. But the aura remains. Tiger Woods still has it, still works it, still lords it over a game he embarrassed and players he compromised

Making the most of one big shot - LA Times

Sports | Julia McClatchy (admin)

Jimmy Chitwood in ‘Hoosiers’ made the most of his one big shot – when his character Valainis calmly sinks the game-winning jumper to give the Hickory High Huskers the 1952 Indiana state title