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102-year-old Woman's Eviction Threat Sparks Investigation, Support From Schwarzenegger
LOS ANGELES - Los Angeles County is investigating whether an eviction notice sent to a 102-year-old woman at her longtime home in Ladera Heights violated temporary renter protections approved by lawmakers last year. Thelma Smith, 102, has rented in a
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Stan Lee's Ex-business Manager Arrested In Arizona On Suspicion Of Elder Abuse
LOS ANGELES - Comics legend Stan Lee's former business manager was arrested Saturday in Arizona, the Los Angeles Police Department has confirmed. Keya Morgan, 43, is charged with five counts of elder abuse involving the late comics mastermind, includ
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Raptors Beat Bucks To Advance To NBA Finals For First Time
TORONTO - Kawhi Leonard had 27 points and 17 rebounds to lead the Toronto Raptors into the NBA Finals for the first time with a 100-94 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night. The Raptors overcame a 15-point deficit to win the series in si
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Hyun-Jin Ryu Continues To Dominate And Dodgers Power Their Way Past Pirates
PITTSBURGH - The streak ended at 9:34 p.m. local time Saturday, 6:34 p.m. for those on the West Coast, at PNC Park after a rain delay of one hour and 48 minutes and a flawless first inning, on a mistake beyond Hyun-Jin Ryu's control. Josh Bell's lead
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Bong Joon-ho's 'Parasite' And Mati Diop's 'Atlantics' Make History At Cannes
CANNES, France - History was made and history repeated itself, albeit with a wicked twist, when Bong Joon-ho's "Parasite" won the Festival de Cannes' Palme d'Or on Saturday night. Bong, whose most recent films were "Okja" and "Snowpiercer," is the fi
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Angels Snap Rangers' Win Streak, 3-2
ANAHEIM, Calif. - Jared Walsh nestled a 203-foot pop-up between Texas shortstop Elvis Andrus and left fielder Hunter Pence for a pinch-hit run-scoring single in the ninth inning Saturday night, capping a two-run rally that gave the Angels a 3-2 walk-
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Rankings for hard-cover books sold in Southern California, as reported by selected book stores: ___ Nonfiction 1. "Educated," by Tara Westover (Random House: $28) A young woman raised without schooling by survivalists describes her path to Cambridge
Los Angeles Times4 min de lecturePolitics
Libya's Violent Free-for-all
TRIPOLI, Libya - On paper, Libya should be booming. It's one of the world's top 10 countries in oil reserves. It has more than a thousand miles of coastline on the Mediterranean. And it serves as a vital conduit linking Africa, Europe and the Middle
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Trump Lands In Japan For First State Visit To New Emperor Naruhito
TOKYO - President Donald Trump landed in Tokyo on Saturday, the first of two trips here in coming weeks, on a largely ceremonial visit that marks a high point in Japan's efforts to woo the unpredictable American leader. The three-day state visit by t
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Even If California Spends Millions More On Homelessness, Here's Why Few Will Notice
LOS ANGELES - In a few weeks, Los Angeles is expected to report an increase in homelessness - the latest in a string of similarly dire reports from cities and counties across California. The pressure is on to find ways to get more people indoors quic
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Abortion Debate Sparks Women's Activism And Jumps To The Head Of 2020 Campaign Agenda
WASHINGTON - After Alabama's governor signed a near-total ban on abortion into law last week, a surge of women interested in running for office contacted EMILY's List, a political group that supports abortion rights. The Virginia Democratic Party saw
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As He Faked Students' Resumes, Rick Singer Appears To Have Fudged His Credentials Too
LOS ANGELES - William "Rick" Singer was well into orchestrating an elaborate bribery and cheating scheme to slip his clients' children into elite colleges when he sat down for a deposition in Washington, D.C., in 2016. Asked why he should be consider
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Secret USC Records Reveal Dire Warnings About Gynecologist Accused Of Abusing Students
LOS ANGELES - Confidential records released this week show decades of warnings to the University of Southern California about Dr. George Tyndall, the longtime campus gynecologist accused of sexually abusing hundreds of students. The documents span th
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Maryland And Florida Not Going Along With New Horse Racing Regulations In California
LOS ANGELES - As the most tumultuous meeting in Santa Anita's 85-year history creeps toward its close June 23, the one constant the past few months has been change, be it how trainers do their job, how horses do their work or how many days a week rac
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Doctored Video Of Nancy Pelosi Shows Social Media Giants Ill-prepared For 2020
Hours after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi addressed a conference Wednesday, a distorted video of the California Democrat's conversation began spreading across the internet. The manipulated clip, slowed to make Pelosi sound as if she were slurring her wo
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Brexit-battered May Resigns; Battle To Replace Her Begins
LONDON - When Theresa May became Britain's prime minister in July 2016, only the second woman to hold the post, the vicar's daughter-turned-politician inaugurated her tenure with the brisk declaration: "Brexit means Brexit." Few political catchphrase
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Federal Judge In California Halts Trump's Plan To Build Parts Of Border Wall
LOS ANGELES - A California judge Friday granted a preliminary injunction sought by the Sierra Club and two other advocacy groups that sued to block construction of President Donald Trump's border wall. The groups had claimed that the Trump administra
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Ashley Judd Not Interested In Weinstein Settlement, Says She Plans To See Him In Court
NEW YORK - The tentative $44 million settlement involving Harvey Weinstein's sexual misconduct allegations won't drop the curtain on all lawsuits filed against the movie mogul, some of his accusers said Friday. Ashley Judd, the first A-list actress t
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David Freese And Dodgers Rock Pirates Opener In 10-2 Win
PITTSBURGH - The Dodgers unveiled their starting lineup against the Pittsburgh Pirates Friday at around 3:45 p.m. local time. They were facing an opener for the third straight game so it was different than their usual configurations. Most notably, 26
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Kawhi Leonard Has Raptors On Brink Of NBA Finals With A Historic Postseason Run
MILWAUKEE - Early in his NBA career, after his once-creaky jumper had been rebuilt but before he'd become a bonafide superstar, Kawhi Leonard was just one part of a team that will be widely celebrated in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
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San Francisco Police Chief Reverses On Raid Of Journalist's Home And Apologizes
San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott apologized Friday for his officers' raid of a journalist's home to identify a confidential source, and said he was referring his department's investigation into the leak of a report on public defender Jeff Adachi
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Even Trout Zones Out As Rangers Beat Angels, 4-3
ANAHEIM, Calif. - It had been more than two years since Drew Smyly won a big league game, the Texas Rangers pitcher missing the 2017 and 2018 seasons because of Tommy John surgery and going winless with a 6.51 earned-run average in his first eight ga
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Helene Elliott: WNBA At 23 Has Labor Issues, But Also A New Boss And A Plan To Stand Alone
LOS ANGELES - Terri Jackson remembers being confused as she got off the train on the way to see her first New York Liberty game. She had plugged the address of the Westchester County Center into her phone but saw nothing to indicate a WNBA arena was
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For Tripoli Residents, Snatches Of Normality In A Life Disrupted
TRIPOLI, Libya - It's Ramadan in Tripoli, and come midnight the streets around the Kabir public garden are a melee of bumper-to-bumper traffic. In the park, families hold post-fasting picnics, as teenagers roam in energetic clumps amid a panoply of k
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Future Of Horse Racing In California Discussed At Tension-filled Meeting
ARCADIA, Calif. - The agenda of the May meeting of the California Horse Racing Board at Santa Anita was generally filled with routine procedural matters, leaving center stage to the heightened, and at times, hyperbolic rhetoric over what should be th
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Hot Property: Desert Digs Are A Fit With Supermodel Cindy Crawford
LOS ANGELES - Supermodel Cindy Crawford and husband Rande Gerber have found a fashionable spot in the desert, paying $4.9 million for a home in La Quinta's exclusive Madison Club. The stone-finished contemporary home, built in 2013, is entered throug
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Dodgers Reliever Pedro Baez Shrugs Off Boos, Quietly Gets The Job Done
PITTSBURGH - Pedro Baez does not talk much at work. To his teammates. To the coaching staff. To the media. The stout right-handed pitcher is, by all accounts, particularly quiet. His peers, Spanish speakers included, say he's always been that way. He
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After More Guilty Pleas, Focus In Admissions Scandal Shifts To Parents Fighting Charges
LOS ANGELES - Three California parents pleaded guilty Friday to fraud conspiracy and admitted their roles in a test-fixing and bribery scheme, wrapping up an early string of guilty pleas for federal prosecutors in their investigation into college adm
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USC Was Told Gynecologist Could Be Preying On Asian Students, Records Show
LOS ANGELES - After decades of complaints about a campus gynecologist, administrators at the University of Southern California hired a team of medical experts to evaluate him. The experts came back with a disturbing report saying there was evidence D
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Michael Hiltzik: Trump's $16-billion Farm Bailout Means You're Paying For His Tariff War Twice
We'll say this for President Trump: When he misunderstands something, he misunderstands it more than anyone else in creation. Take the business of tariffs. Trump is unshakably convinced that his tariffs are a tax on China. He repeated this grossly er
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