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  1. Trump sits down with Ukrainian president

    09.22 / 02:33 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Sept. 21, 2017, 7:07 p.m. His tweets have the power to shape international relations, send stock prices up — or down — and galvanize the American public.We're watching how Donald Trump is using this platform of unfettered communication now that he’s commander in chief. Here is every…
  2. Trump on his meeting with Afghanistan's president: 'A pleasure!'

    09.22 / 02:33 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Sept. 21, 2017, 7:07 p.m. His tweets have the power to shape international relations, send stock prices up — or down — and galvanize the American public.We're watching how Donald Trump is using this platform of unfettered communication now that he’s commander in chief. Here is every…
  3. NBC hopes the ratings will rise and shine on 'Megyn Kelly Today'

    09.22 / 02:33 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Megyn Kelly is shown shaking hands and hugging regular folks in the promotional spots for her new NBC morning show that debuts Monday. She looks like a candidate running for office, and in a way, she is. Kelly was part of a politically charged atmosphere during her 12 years at Fox News,…
  4. Trump tweets that his endorsement has boosted Sen. Luther Strange in polls

    09.22 / 02:33 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Sept. 21, 2017, 7:07 p.m. His tweets have the power to shape international relations, send stock prices up — or down — and galvanize the American public.We're watching how Donald Trump is using this platform of unfettered communication now that he’s commander in chief. Here is every…
  5. Chargers hope to keep pace with the speedy Chiefs through preparation, smarts

    09.22 / 01:34 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    It’s not a Jedi mind trick or anything like that, though that might help too.Sunday, when the Chargers host the Kansas City Chiefs, part of Chargers coach Anthony Lynn’s plan to slow the opposition will place demands on brains and smarts instead of legs.“When you watch them, they have a lot of…
  6. Vice Media video workers to unionize with writers and editors guilds

    09.22 / 00:42 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Video workers at Vice Media have chosen to unionize with the Writers Guild of America, East, as well as the Motion Picture Editors Guild in a move that will organize about 300 additional individuals at the millennial-focused new media company. The East Coast chapter of the writers guild…
  7. Milo Yiannopoulos plans to speak at Cal State Fullerton despite protests and criticism

    09.22 / 00:42 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Conservative firebrand Milo Yiannopoulos will speak at Cal State Fullerton on Oct. 31, the campus' College Republicans chapter announced amid an attempt to block the appearance. A petition on the website change.org asking Cal State Fullerton administrators to block the speech has drawn nearly…
  8. With heavy rain on the way, a stunned Puerto Rico begins to dig out after Hurricane Maria

    09.22 / 00:42 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Gregmarys Garcia stood atop the home she shares with her two sons, ages 5 and 3, and five relatives. The house was surrounded by thigh-high water.The family had stockpiled bottled water and food, packing their freezer with ice. But when Hurricane Maria hit, they lost water and, like the rest…
  9. Plant-eating dinosaurs may have dined on crustaceans on special occasions, study says

    09.22 / 00:42 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Think dinosaurs didn’t mix things up at mealtime? Think again. Researchers studying fossilized dinosaur feces from about 75 million years ago have discovered that at least some plant-eating dinosaurs also snacked on shellfish.The discovery of crustacean remains in the droppings, described in S…
  10. Jordan Spieth in contention early at PGA's Tour Championship

    09.22 / 00:42 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Kyle Stanley and Jordan Spieth got off to strong starts in the Tour Championship with entirely different goals in mind. Stanley ran off four consecutive birdies on the front nine, one of them from 40 feet, and then added two more late in his round on a steamy Thursday afternoon at East Lake…
  11. Woman barges into Kardashians' WeHo boutique with gun, returns later with machete

    09.21 / 23:44 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    A woman barged into the Kardashians’ clothing boutique in West Hollywood on Thursday, pulling out a revolver and pointing it at the sales staff while knocking over merchandise. Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies responded to reports of a woman with a gun in the store about 11:30 a.m. The sal…
  12. On last day of summer, California is hit by unusual snow and hail storms

    09.21 / 23:44 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Snow fell in Sierra Nevada on the last day of summer, giving the towering mountain range shared by California and Nevada a wintry look in September and making travel hazardous. Sixteen vehicles crashed on Interstate 80 as snow and hail fell Thursday, killing a man driving a pickup truck and…
  13. Francisco Lindor and the Indians deal a big blow to Angels' playoff hopes

    09.21 / 23:44 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    The Angels have gone through several rolls of duct tape trying to hold their team together, somehow remaining in playoff contention despite an endless string of injuries that has depleted their roster and severely tested their depth. The scorching-hot Cleveland Indians punctured those…
  14. Kim Jong Un: 'Deranged' Trump will 'pay dearly' for threat

    09.21 / 23:44 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un called President Donald Trump "deranged" and said in a statement carried by the state news agency that he will "pay dearly" for his threats. Kim said that Trump is "unfit to hold the prerogative of supreme command of a country." He also described the president…
  15. Mammoth's first snow of the season coats roads and village. Tahoe hit early too

    09.21 / 22:42 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    It's snowing in the Sierra. Then again, when isn’t it snowing in the Sierra? Mammoth Lakes got more than a dusting Thursday in the first snowfall of the season, with three inches reported in the village. Snow coated the roads so heavily that the plows were out, and locals left footprints on s…
  16. Southern California native Shane Harper is one of many local products trying to make a mark in NHL

    09.21 / 22:42 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    The memory is so fresh in Shane Harper’s mind that the details come right to the surface when he tells the story. As a kid growing up in Valencia, Harper played hockey at the Kings’ former practice facility, the Iceoplex in North Hills. One year he was put on the same team as Ty and Paulina Gre…
  17. After months of challenges and controversy, Trump's travel ban expires Sunday — and a new one may be coming

    09.21 / 22:42 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    Days before the expiration of President Trump’s much-contested travel ban, the White House is reviewing a security report that aides say could serve as the basis of a new, and perhaps broader, version. The classified report by the Department of Homeland Security, sent to the White House last w…
  18. German Chancellor Merkel's unflappable style may carry her to an election victory Sunday

    09.21 / 22:42 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    After Angela Merkel was splattered with a ripe tomato hurled by a protester at a recent campaign rally, the German chancellor stayed as cool as a cucumber. Unflappable even in the face of rising resentment over her decision to allow more than a million refugees into Germany two years ago,…
  19. U.S. stocks slide in first decline for the market this week

    09.21 / 21:39 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    A slide in technology companies weighed on U.S. stocks Thursday, pulling the market lower for the first time this week and erasing modest gains from a day earlier. Supermarket operators, beverage companies and other consumer-focused stocks also declined. Industrial companies and banks led the…
  20. Can a music-industry insider make real documentaries? This Live Nation exec says yes

    09.21 / 21:39 latimes.com LATimes-MoneyCompany
    To a person standing on the street, little distinguishes the pair of sleek, green-gray structures that make up Live Nation’s headquarters in Beverly Hills. But Heather Parry says that there’s definitely a difference between the two buildings — and that her office is in the good one. As head of…