latimes.comLuxury-jet market is so hot, even used planes are selling - Los Angeles TimesSteve Varsano, an aircraft broker in London said that when a client wanted to buy a certain model, the tightening market pushed him to bid sight-unseen on a plane in India. That was unheard of until recently, so he was surprised to find three other bidders vying for the plane. He didn't win.
latimes.comAn L.A. councilman held an $800-per-person fundraiser. The next day, he announced he was stepping down - Los Angeles TimesLos Angeles City Councilman Mitchell Englander held a fundraiser the night before announcing that he was vacating his seat at City Hall, shocking some who had shown up to the $800-per-person event.
latimes.comWriter Stephen Elliott sues Media Men List creator Moira Donegan; supporters raise more than $100,000 for her defense - Los Angeles TimesThe crowd-sourced list of sexual harassment allegations about men in publishing was meant to be anonymous. Now one of the writers who appeared on the list has sued its creator, Moira Donegan, and her supporters are raising funds for her defense.
latimes.comTrump's approval rating is in the dumps, even though the economy is soaring. One reason is Trump himself - Los Angeles TimesTrump's overwhelming personality has overshadowed his policies, turning the midterm election into a very personal referendum. In Nevada, which has rebounded smartly from the Great Recession, the economic recovery is a surprising non-issue, in part because not everyone is feeling the effects.
latimes.comAs talks with EU flounder, Britain continues to have a big 'Brexit' problem: Ireland - Los Angeles TimesThe moods in Britain and the European Union swung between hope and gloom on Monday over an intractable dispute about the Irish border — shifts that came only two days ahead of a summit once seen as the last moment to reach a deal on Britain's divorce from the bloc.
latimes.comSen. Elizabeth Warren, eyeing 2020 White House bid, fights back against Trump's 'Pocahontas' taunts - Los Angeles TimesAfter years of enduring “Pocahontas” jibes and mock war chants, Sen. Elizabeth Warren has begun playing political offense, trying to turn the fight over her claimed Native American ancestry into a weapon against President Trump as she sets up an all-but-certain run for the 2020 presidential race.