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Women's marches live updates: Flagship Washington march underway Jan. 21, 2017, 8:15 a.m. A day after the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump, hundreds of thousands nationwide and around the world are marching in support of women's rights. • Huge crowds are still converge at flagship W…
01.21 / 16:20
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As President Trump stood before the Capitol on Friday morning, swearing the oath of office, a group of Los Angeles City Council members gathered some 2,700 miles to the west to discuss their city’s bid to host the 2024 Summer Olympics. The simultaneous events might have seemed unrelated but t…
01.21 / 01:37
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Well, that was fast. Scientists, environmentalists and other concerned citizens were quick to notice that there is no longer any mention of climate change on the new White House website.  It’s a significant departure from how the site looked Friday morning, when President Obama was still in charg…
01.21 / 01:37
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Goldman Sachs has rejected allegations by an Indonesian businessman who is seeking $1.1 billion in damages from the U.S. bank for making what he called unlawful trades in the shares of a property firm.The U.S. bank said the legal dispute may affect foreign…
01.20 / 22:00
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General Electric Co. is seeking a sharp cut in corporate tax rates under President Donald Trump but is bracing for U.S. sales of medical equipment to suffer if Congress delayschanging U.S. healthcare…
01.20 / 21:58
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Inauguration Day live updates: 'American carnage stops' here and now, Trump says Jan. 20, 2017, 1:01 p.m. This is our look at President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration: A dark vision of America in Trump's inaugural address (analysis) Trump has not signaled that he will try to unify the…
01.20 / 21:20
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(Robert Carter / For the Times) Everyone is moving to L.A. It's a sentence you might be tired of hearing, but it appears to be true for a certain subset of the nation's culinary elite. This year, an impressive group of celebrated chefs and restaurateurs from New York, San Francisco, Chicago …
01.20 / 17:02
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Less than 12 hours before Donald Trump was scheduled to be sworn into office in Washington, D.C., roughly three dozen actors, writers, directors, crew members and others affiliated with the Actors' Gang theater in Culver City gathered in the plaza outside its building to turn on a light.  Th…
01.20 / 14:35
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Shares of General Electric edged lower in premarket trading after the company reported earnings in line with analysts' expectations, but missed on…
01.20 / 12:31
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Insurance broker Aon Plc is in advanced talks to sell its employee benefits outsourcing unit to a buyout…
01.19 / 20:49
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A federal judge is expected to block a proposed deal between health insurer Anthem and Cigna, the New York Post reported, citing…
01.19 / 20:48
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Goldman Sachs Group Inc. may cut its London staff in half to 3,000 workers while transferring some to other locations as it prepares for the U.K.'s exit from the European Union, Handelsblatt reported, citing unidentified people in the financial industry.A spokeswoman…
01.19 / 16:33
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Sundance 2017 updates: The curtain rises on a diverse slate of films, returning talent and a political vibe Jan. 19, 2017, 4 a.m. The Sundance Film Festival is always exciting - ski slopes, film nerds and movie stars! This year the festival is being held during a Presidential inauguration, a…
01.19 / 12:11
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Graphic surveillance video released Wednesday shows a throng of Fontana police officers surrounding a legally blind and mentally ill man in a convenience store before an officer opens fire, killing him. The muted video of the Nov. 22, 2015, incident shows multiple police officers cornering…
01.19 / 06:01
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Baby raccoons that inadvertently hitched a cross-country ride to Northern California are recovering at the Oakland Zoo. Animal care authorities said this week that a man had unknowingly transported the raccoons from Florida to Marin County in September in a moving truck. The truck had been…
01.19 / 02:58
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J.J. Redick stood with his back against the wall before practice and stared straight ahead as he contemplated playing basketball without Chris Paul, while the All-Star point guard recovers from surgery he had Wednesday to repair a torn ligament in his left thumb. The two Clippers guards…
01.19 / 01:44
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United Airlines last week tightened its belt, laying off some high-ranking managers, as it progressed deeper into its corporate makeover. …
01.18 / 23:54
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Big companies love to force their legal adversaries into arbitration, especially when those adversaries are employees, customers, or others without money or power, and therefore are at a disadvantage. Judges usually love arbitration too, because it relieves them of the chore of overseeing…
01.18 / 21:27
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Poetry flows through Jim Jarmusch’s latest film, “Paterson,” in much the same way that the Passaic River winds through the titular New Jersey city, before gracefully dropping over the Great Falls. The initial effect is subtle, but the lasting impression is sublime.  The film’s protagonist, a self-effacin…
01.18 / 17:46
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The world's biggest education company is facing turmoil as customers turn to cheaper digital alternatives, or choose to rent instead of buy…
01.18 / 17:37
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