Profile

Cover photo
Verified name
Los Angeles Times
26,884,975 views
AboutPostsPhotosYouTube

Stream

 
Scientists have replicated one of the most significant accomplishments in stem cell research by creating human embryos that were clones of two men.

#science  
Scientists have replicated one of the most significant accomplishments in stem cell research by creating human embryos that were clones of two men.
53
9
rosaliza panag's profile photoRaul Borel's profile photoCarlos Alamillo's profile photoLian Siregar's profile photo
10 comments
 
All kinds of silly coded language that doesn't mean much...False.
Add a comment...
 
"He brought the life and history of ordinary Latin American working people onto the stage of world art. And for that, this son of Latin America is deeply grateful," +Hector Tobar writes of the late author Gabriel Garcia Marquez, who died Thursday at his home in Mexico City. He was 87.
38
9
Daniel Rosiak's profile photoRunsheng He's profile photo
Add a comment...
 
New +GALLUP survey data suggest that about 12 million previously uninsured Americans have gained coverage since last fall through the Affordable Care Act. 

That's millions more than Gallup found last month and suggests that as many as 4 million people signed up for some kind of insurance in the last several weeks as the first #obamacare  enrollment period drew to a close.

+Noam N. Levey reports on the survey results:
WASHINGTON — President Obama ’s health law has led to an even greater increase in health coverage than previously estimated, according to new Gallup survey data, which suggest that about 12 million previously uninsured Americans have gained coverage since last fall.
27
6
Charles Schultz's profile photoWilliam Turner's profile photoLori Marks-Noble's profile photoGreg G's profile photo
30 comments
 
U r so correct +Jeremy K. 
Add a comment...
 
Music writers Mikael Wood, +Gerrick Kennedy and +August Brown join social media editor +stacey leasca to review and preview the Coachella experience. 
This Hangout On Air is hosted by Los Angeles Times. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
Q&A
Preview
Live
Talking Coachella: What to look forward to this weekend
Wed, April 16, 3:00 PM
Hangouts On Air

6
Add a comment...

Los Angeles Times

Shared publicly  - 
 
Bostonians returned to the marathon finish line today to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the bombings that took three lives and injured more than 260 people. People stood in the rain on Boylston Street as the city observed a moment of silence.

Later in the day, people were evacuated near the marathon's usual finish line and police took a man into custody after two suspicious backpacks were left lying on the street: http://lat.ms/1eNAIdu
BOSTON--It seems, at times, that nearly everyone in Boston knew someone who ran in last year's Boston Marathon , who watched it, or who responded to the bombs that went off at the finish line on Boylston Street.
30
2
NEWS-LINK's profile photoTemha Sar's profile photoJihoon Kim's profile photoJose Salinas's profile photo
3 comments
 
Terror is terrible can't be erase in our memory, Rest in peace.
Add a comment...

Los Angeles Times

Shared publicly  - 
 
New York's smallest museum (called simply Museum) is tucked inside a 60-square-foot elevator shaft in a trash-strewn alley in Chinatown. Its founders say it's not meant to be quirky; their goal is to celebrate the beauty of everyday objects and the stories behind them. Part of the collection is permanent, including, they say, the shoe thrown at George W. Bush in 2008 during his visit to Iraq. Other pieces, like a collection of tip jars and a display of potato chip bags from around the world, rotate.
17
1
Chris Kim A's profile photo
Add a comment...

Los Angeles Times

Shared publicly  - 
 
It's believed to be the first arrest in connection with Heartbleed: 
A 19-year-old has been arrested in Canada for exploiting the Heartbleed bug to steal data about hundreds of Canadians from the country's tax revenue agency.
Canadian police this week made what is believed to be the first arrest related to Heartbleed, a recently discovered bug that left countless websites vulnerable to cyber attacks.
21
5
Kerry Amburgy-Dickson's profile photoAlfred Ramirez's profile photo
Add a comment...
 
Heading to #Coachella  this weekend? Make sure to watch our recap from weekend one to help you prepare! #Music  
21
5
Travis Bell's profile photoAndrew Symeon's profile photoWlkrsNews's profile photoGreg G's profile photo
3 comments
 
Ok thanks mate
Add a comment...
 
It's been five months since Comet ISON disintegrated after its close encounter with the sun. But it lives on in photos, a handful of which were honored this weekend at the Northeast Astronomy Forum in New York.

The National Science Foundation's Division of Astronomical Sciences sponsored a photo contest with +Astronomy magazine and +Discover Magazine; the winning entries earned cash prizes and will be published in the June issue of Astronomy.

#space   #astronomy   #science  
It's been five months since Comet ISON disintegrated after its close encounter with the sun, but skywatchers on Earth are still savoring its captivating journey.
29
2
Chiara Caprera's profile photosafdar ali's profile photoAngelo Rosanio's profile photo
 
please help me to build a school building for needy students
Add a comment...

Los Angeles Times

Shared publicly  - 
 
Season 2 of "Orphan Black," starring Tatiana Maslany, starts on April 19. Join +Yvonne Villarreal and +mary mcnamara on Monday to talk about the series on BBC America.  
This Hangout On Air is hosted by Los Angeles Times. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
Q&A
Preview
Live
'Orphan Black': Talking TV
Today, April 21, 3:00 PM
Hangouts On Air

11
4
sally chapman's profile photoEnrique Rea's profile photoVeraonna Hutchings's profile photojon allen's profile photo
 
Good
Add a comment...
Communities
Created by Los Angeles Times
View all
L.A. Food's profile photo
311 members
L.A. Culture's profile photo
268 members
Story
Tagline
Hand-picked stories, Hangouts and more from the Los Angeles Times.
Introduction
This is the official Google Plus page of the Los Angeles Times. We are using it to share our journalism and interact with our audience. Let us know how we are doing.

Thanks,
+Martin Beck, reader engagement and social media editor