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Justin Bieber accidentally struck a photographer with his pick-up Wednesday night in Beverly Hills, police said. The 57-year-old photographer was taken to a hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening, according to Beverly Hills police Sgt. Matthew Stout. Bieber stayed at the scene…
07.27 / 06:40
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Last August in Cleveland, the Angels fell further below .500 than they had been in 17 seasons with Mike Scioscia presiding. The Indians swept them in four heavily delayed games, each muggy day threatened by rain, making for a miserable weekend and cross-country flight home. The Angels’ r…
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For nearly six minutes, Samuel Chang slurped in desperate, ragged breaths as four men held him down on a Chatsworth street on Halloween night. “Stop fighting us and I will loosen up,” says a man sporting a He-Man costume, who can be seen restraining Chang in a chokehold in a video that cap…
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After his hit rolled into the outfield, Justin Turner disappeared inside a cloud of resin powder and a mob of teammates. In the final act of a comeback from a five-run deficit, Turner smacked a walk-off single to secure a 6-5 Dodgers victory over Minnesota on Wednesday night. The Dodgers are…
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Real Madrid plays in a stadium nearly 6,000 miles away under a French coach and with a superstar from Portugal. Yet each summer, it doubles as America’s team. Since the inception of the International Champions Cup five years ago Real Madrid has drawn the two largest crowds in U.S. soccer h…
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When the final whistle sounded on Wednesday's CONCACAF Gold Cup final, Bruce Arena pumped his fist, then turned to his assistants and smiled.As celebrations go, it was a muted one, especially since Arena was commemorating more than just a win. He was making history as well.With the U.S.…
07.27 / 05:39
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White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci tweeted a confusing statement late Wednesday night, addressing information reported earlier by Politico as a "leak." The article reported on Scaramucci's financial disclosures. According to Politico, those details had been filed with the Offic…
07.27 / 05:39
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Hoping to make it easier for people leaving prison to re-enter society — and avoid going back — several states enacted laws aimed at helping ex-offenders get jobs, pay off court debt, and access food…
07.27 / 05:13
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July 26, 2017, 9 p.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily look at California political and government news. Here's what we're watching right now:Gov. Jerry Brown signed an extension to the state's cap-and-trade climate policy, in a setting that mirrored the creation of the law in…
07.27 / 04:40
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When the final whistle sounded on Wednesday’s CONCACAF Gold Cup final, Bruce Arena pumped his fist, then turned to his assistants and smiled. As celebrations go it was a muted one, especially since Arena was commemorating more than just a win. He was making history as well. With the U.S. b…
07.27 / 04:40
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July 26, 2017, 8:52 p.m. Here's our look at the Trump administration and the rest of Washington:Trump announces on Twitter that transgender people will be barred from militaryGOP senators running out of options to repeal ObamacareA leading GOP healthcare compromise was voted down with…
07.27 / 04:40
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SERIES Hollywood Game Night Celebrity contestants include singer Michael Bolton, Nick and Vanessa Lachey, and “SNL’s” Chris Parnell. 8 p.m. NBC Penn & Teller: Fool Us Veteran comic Louie Anderson puts in an appearance on the reality series. 8 p.m. KTLA Boy Band The 13 remaining hopefuls sing…
07.27 / 03:41
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July 26, 2017, 7:57 p.m. Here's our look at the Trump administration and the rest of Washington:Trump announces on Twitter that transgender people will be barred from militaryGOP senators running out of options to repeal ObamacareA leading GOP healthcare compromise was voted down with…
07.27 / 03:41
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USC President C.L. Max Nikias acknowledged Wednesday that the university “could have done better” in its handling of a former medical school dean who a Times investigation found took drugs and associated with criminals and drug abusers. Nikias didn’t detail how the university could have done more…
07.27 / 03:41
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Viacom Inc. is out of the running to buy cable television programmer Scripps Networks Interactive, according to people briefed on the matter. That leaves rival Discovery Communications as the lone bidder for Scripps, which is known for owning cable channels such as HGTV, Cooking Channel,…
07.27 / 02:42
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It wouldn’t be the first time a reckless marriage led straight to hell. Rarely, however, has a spouse — however demonic — turned out to be literally Satan. Which somewhat raises the stakes for three sisters hoping a mysterious suitor will rescue them from desperate financial straits in “The Devil’s…
07.27 / 02:42
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Josh Rosen may have set an unofficial record for being the talk of Pac-12 Conference media days without having said a word. Two years ago, there was buzz about UCLA’s hotshot freshman quarterback. Last year, it was his posts on social media lampooning Donald Trump and the money-grubbing n…
07.27 / 02:42
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A day after the team worked out a former Heisman Trophy winner in an effort to add quarterback depth, the Chargers decided to trade for a former collegiate national champion. The team acquired Buffalo quarterback Cardale Jones on Wednesday for a conditional draft pick, reuniting him with…
07.27 / 02:42
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To save enough to fight a fire, city enacts complete ban on lawn…
07.27 / 02:14
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Quincy Jones had sued the estate of Michael Jackson, citing breach of…
07.27 / 01:43
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