Tuesday, November 12


The Getty fire potentially originated at the 1800 block of North Sepulveda Boulevard when a branch landed on power lines. The Los Angeles Fire Department Arson/Counter-Terrorism Section determined the cause using burn patterns, witness statements and physical evidence. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Investigation suggests Getty fire started by tree branch falling on power lines

A flying branch likely sparked the Getty fire when it crashed onto nearby power lines on Sepulveda Boulevard. The branch likely broke off during high wind conditions and landed on the power lines, causing sparks and arcing to ignite a nearby bush, according to an investigation by the Los Angeles Fire Department Arson/Counter-Terrorism Section. Read more...

Photo: The Getty fire potentially originated at the 1800 block of North Sepulveda Boulevard when a branch landed on power lines. The Los Angeles Fire Department Arson/Counter-Terrorism Section determined the cause using burn patterns, witness statements and physical evidence. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The Getty fire potentially originated at the 1800 block of North Sepulveda Boulevard when a branch landed on power lines. The Los Angeles Fire Department Arson/Counter-Terrorism Section determined the cause using burn patterns, witness statements and physical evidence. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Security seized the banner after five minutes of protest and escorted the demonstrators out. Several protesters spoke to the Daily Bruin outside of Royce Hall following their removal from the event. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)

JPMorgan CEO interrupted by protesters while speaking in panel at UCLA

This post was updated Oct. 29 at 7:24 p.m. Indigenous rights protesters disrupted a panel featuring current CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co. and the former CEO of Google on Tuesday morning. Read more...

Photo: Security seized the banner after five minutes of protest and escorted the demonstrators out. Several protesters spoke to the Daily Bruin outside of Royce Hall following their removal from the event. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Security seized the banner after five minutes of protest and escorted the demonstrators out. Several protesters spoke to the Daily Bruin outside of Royce Hall following their removal from the event. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)


The UCLA chapter of conservative advocacy group Turning Point USA will be hosting Donald Trump Jr. on campus Nov. 10. Trump will be discussing his new book, “Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us." (Creative Commons photo by Max Goldberg via Wikimedia Commons)

Donald Trump Jr. to visit UCLA to discuss upcoming book at student group event

Donald Trump Jr. will be coming to campus Nov. 10 to promote his new book. The UCLA chapter of the conservative advocacy group Turning Point USA will be hosting Trump in Moore Hall, according to an event listed on the ticketing website Eventbrite. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA chapter of conservative advocacy group Turning Point USA will be hosting Donald Trump Jr. on campus Nov. 10. Trump will be discussing his new book, “Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us." (Creative Commons photo by Max Goldberg via Wikimedia Commons)

The UCLA chapter of conservative advocacy group Turning Point USA will be hosting Donald Trump Jr. on campus Nov. 10. Trump will be discussing his new book, “Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us." (Creative Commons photo by Max Goldberg via Wikimedia Commons)

Only 8.1% of Californians were uninsured in 2018, a decrease from previous years, according to the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research. The decrease in California comes despite an increase in the national uninsurance rate. (Daily Bruin file photo)

As national uninsured rate rises, California’s rate remains low

The number of uninsured Californians remained low in 2018, despite national increases, according to a UCLA study. Just 8.1% of Californians were uninsured in 2018, compared to 15.5% in 2013, according to a policy brief from the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research. Read more...

Photo: Only 8.1% of Californians were uninsured in 2018, a decrease from previous years, according to the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research. The decrease in California comes despite an increase in the national uninsurance rate. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Only 8.1% of Californians were uninsured in 2018, a decrease from previous years, according to the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research. The decrease in California comes despite an increase in the national uninsurance rate. (Daily Bruin file photo)



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