Christine Mai-Duc, Wall Street Journal

Christine Mai-Duc

Wall Street Journal

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • Wall Street Journal
Past:
  • Los Angeles Times
  • The Union-Tribune
  • Sun Sentinel
  • chicagotribune.com
  • Orlando Sentinel
  • The Morning Call
  • Hartford Courant
  • The Baltimore Sun

Recent articles by Christine:

Flooding in Eastern Oregon Strands Residents

Prolonged rains coupled with a recent snowstorm led to rapidly rising waters around Pendleton, Ore., and authorities warned that it could be weeks before residents could get out. → Read More

PG&E Strikes Deal With Bondholders as Governor Blasts Bankruptcy Strategy

PG&E said it has reached a new deal with bondholders that threatened opposition to its strategy for getting out of bankruptcy, but friction continues with California Gov. Gavin Newsom, who has threatened a state takeover of the troubled utility. → Read More

In California, New Year Brings New Regulations for Businesses

California ushered in a host of laws Wednesday—the first day of the year—that will mean major changes for consumers, workers and businesses. → Read More

It Isn’t Just Uber: California Prepares for New Gig Worker Rules…and Confusion

A new California law requires employers to reclassify many gig-economy workers as employees rather than independent contractors, but truck drivers, therapists and entertainers say it is unclear how the law will affect them. → Read More

With little to lose, Orange County Democrats throw support behind Trump impeachment

By the time Nancy Pelosi agreed to an impeachment inquiry, California's vulnerable freshmen had already come out for the action. → Read More

At state convention, California Republicans plan a comeback

After crushing losses last year, California Republican activists gathered in the desert, hoping to plot a path back to relevancy. → Read More

California Rep. Katie Porter outraises other vulnerable House Democrats with $1-million haul

Orange County Rep. Katie Porter (D-Irvine) was one of several House Democrats from California reporting healthy fundraising hauls in the second quarter. → Read More

Orange County assemblyman accused of misconduct by four women

Four women, including an Orange County supervisor, have accused Assemblyman Bill Brough (R-Dana Point) of unwanted touching and other misconduct. → Read More

Rain returns to Southern California and another storm is coming Tuesday

Rain soaked Southern California on Sunday and brought hail to the Bay Area and snow in the Sierra. → Read More

Trump pardons Pat Nolan, former GOP lawmaker taken down in FBI’s ‘Shrimpscam’ probe

President Trump has pardoned Pat Nolan, a former Republican state legislative leader who spent years in prison after being convicted in the “Shrimpscam” FBI sting in the 1990s. → Read More

Nazi imagery posted from O.C. teens’ party stirs soul-searching by local officials

Newport Mesa Unified School District officials and local leaders were grappling Monday with how to respond to images from a party of teens gathered around a swastika and making a Nazi salute. They condemned the actions but also urged the community to use the moment to learn. → Read More

Newport Beach students seen on social media in Nazi salute around makeshift swastika; school officials condemn action

Newport Beach school officials on Sunday said they are investigating images posted on social media appearing to show a group of partying students — arms outstretched in a Nazi salute — gathered around red plastic cups arranged in the form of a swastika. → Read More

Coroner’s officials responding to possible suicide at Beverly Center

Police responded to reports of shots fired in the Beverly Center and later determined it was an apparent suicide. → Read More

Coroner’s officials responding to possible suicide at Beverly Center

Police responded to reports of shots fired in the Beverly Center and later determined it was an apparent suicide. → Read More

During Kamala Harris' tenure as attorney general, harassment and retaliation claims led to $1 million in settlements

The California Department of Justice disclosed additional settlements with employees who alleged they were sexually harassed or retaliated against by co-workers during Kamala Harris' time as attorney general. → Read More

Sacramento police break up confrontation outside Tea Party’s ‘Build the Wall’ dinner

Sacramento police broke up a fracas outside a Tea Party "Build the Wall" dinner on Saturday evening downtown. The confrontation ignited between Trump supporters and protesters. → Read More

Federal officials seize more than 200 pounds of cocaine in Port Hueneme

A joint operation between U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and U.S. Customs and Border Protection led to the seizure of more than 220 pounds of cocaine, the biggest stash in more than two decades. → Read More

California Democrats aim to send Trump a message with State of the Union guests

Many in California’s newly expanded delegation of House Democrats are using their invites to cement the state’s place in the resistance. → Read More

California Democrats back teachers in LAUSD strike, but encourage a swift end to the walkout

As the LAUSD strike began Monday, Democrats from across California said they supported UTLA and L.A. teachers. → Read More

William Alfred Newsom III, retired judge and father of Gov.-elect Gavin Newsom, dies at 84

William Newsom, a retired state appellate court justice and father of Gov.-elect Gavin Newsom, died Wednesday morning at his home in San Francisco. He was 84 → Read More