Tim Arango

Los Angeles correspondent for the New York Times

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Tim Arango is the Baghdad bureau chief, and former media reporter, for the New York Times.

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An oak tree has been growing for 86 years in the LA backyard of high jumper Cornelius Johnson’s childhood home. But it’s sickly and developers are considering removing it.

Part of LA Black history: 86-year-old tree in danger of removal

An oak tree has been growing for 86 years in the LA backyard of high jumper Cornelius Johnson’s childhood home. But it’s sickly and developers are considering removing it.

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Ady Barkan has commanded the attention of the Democratic presidential candidates.

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Ady Barkan has commanded the attention of the Democratic presidential candidates.

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Dozens of Iraqi civilians were buried alive and calling for help this weekend in the city of Mosul, where the death toll could reach 200.

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Dozens of Iraqi civilians were buried alive and calling for help this weekend in the city of Mosul, where the death toll could reach 200.

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