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'El Chapo' trial winds up with the key question: Who's the boss?

'El Chapo' trial winds up with the key question: Who's the boss?
  • 'El Chapo' trial winds up with the key question: Who's the boss? FWC: ‘El Chapo’ trial winds up with the key question: Who’s the boss?

    The prosecutor’s message to the jury on Wednesday morning was clear: Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman was the boss. U.S. Assistant Atty. Andrea Goldbarg faced the seven women and five men who’ve sat for 11 weeks in a federal court jury box, across from one of the world’s most notorious drug kingpins,…

  • What $500,000 buys right now in three San Bernardino County communities FWC: What $500,000 buys right now in three San Bernardino County communities

    Here’s a look at what roughly $500,000 buys right now in the cities of Ontario and Chino and the town of Yucca Valley in San Bernardino County. ONTARIO: This brick-clad cottage expands to a trellis-topped patio with a pool, spa and outdoor shower. Address: 722 W. Berkeley Court, Ontario, 91762 …

  • CBS board meets this week at a crossroads, weighing the company's future FWC: CBS board meets this week at a crossroads, weighing the company’s future

    Nearly five months after longtime Chief Executive Leslie Moonves was forced out over a widening sexual harassment scandal, CBS Corp. and its board of directors are facing a pivotal moment in the company’s future. When the board meets at the company’s West Coast headquarters in Studio City on Thursday,…

  • Essential California: Mayhem in Tijuana FWC: Essential California: Mayhem in Tijuana

    Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It’s Thursday, Jan. 31, and here’s what’s happening across California: TOP STORIES Few people know the streets of Tijuana better than Margarito Martinez. As a crime photographer for Zeta, one of the city’s most respected newspapers,…

  • The brief bipartisan window for this Congress to get anything done is closing soon FWC: The brief bipartisan window for this Congress to get anything done is closing soon

    Even in divided government, Republicans and Democrats realize they need each other to accomplish at least a few pieces of legislation to boast about back home when it comes time for reelection. This year, however, that window for bipartisan action looks smaller than usual. It can’t really open…

  • Campaign donations should be for campaigns, not sexual harassment legal defense funds FWC: Campaign donations should be for campaigns, not sexual harassment legal defense funds

    To the editor: We strongly disagree with your editorial, “Why sexually harassing pols, unfortunately, should be able to use campaign funds for their legal defense.” We believe the state Fair Political Practices Commission’s present course, which is to disallow the use of campaign funds for defense…

  • Here’s your first look at Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in Bad Boys for Life FWC: Here’s your first look at Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in Bad Boys for Life

    It’s been a long road toward the third Bad Boys movie. But finally, after multiple stops and shuffles, production is underway on the sequel that sees Will Smith and Martin Lawrence returning as Miami detectives Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett. Today, Smith shared a Boomerang on his Instagram account aptly set to the sounds of Puff Daddy’s 2001 single, “Bad Boys…

  • From radical roots, candidate Chesa Boudin seeks to become San Francisco's top prosecutor FWC: From radical roots, candidate Chesa Boudin seeks to become San Francisco’s top prosecutor

    Chesa Boudin was a model of understatement as he sat across the table inside a high-end Spanish bistro. Dark suit, white shirt, nondescript royal blue tie. A recent email announcing his candidacy for San Francisco district attorney was similarly understated, referring to the “unique background”…